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Readers’ Services
(Ground Floor, Sen. Jose Diokno building)

I. Circulation Section

The circulation section provides the following services such as
borrowing, returning and renewal of books, reserve book, users education through library orientation and personal advise, current awareness through bulletin board display, Pathfinder and Bibliography, new acquisitions on display, class reservation, discussion rooms, library clearance, general reference tools for school administrators, faculty, staff, students and other Learning Resource Center users.

  1. Services
    1. circulation (book loans)
    2. borrowing, returning and renewal of books
    3. reserve book
    4. users education through library orientation and personal advise
    5. current awareness through bulletin board display, Pathfinder and Bibliography
    6. new acquisitions on display
    7. OPAC/Web OPAC
    8. class reservation
    9. discussion rooms
    10. library clearance
    11. general reference tools
    12. referral
    13. photocopying service

     

  2. Loan Policies
  3. Validated School ID with barcode is required when borrowing any library materials.

    Type of Library books/materials

    Duration

    Bibles including NSTP story books

    Library and classroom use only

    General circulation

    2 days - renewable 3 times

    Fiction books

    one (1) week only

    General references like encyclopedias, almanacs, yearbooks, atlases

    library and photocopy use only

    Teacher’s Reference (TER) Collection

    faculty use only for (1) week

     

    Reserve books

    library/photocopy use and for overnight use starts 5:00pm and must be returned not later than 9:00am the next day.

    JPIA books

    one (1) week – For Accountancy students only


     

  4. Overdue Fines
  5. Reserve books including NSTP story  books

    Php2.00/ library hour

    Non-Reserve/ General circulation books

    Php10.00/ book/ school day

    AV materials/equipment

    Php2.00/hour

    Lost and/or Damaged Library Materials

    will be paid for or replace with the same or with a related or updated title plus 50.00 processing fee.

    Lost and/or damaged Date Due Card

    Php50.00.

          

  6. Photocopying
  7. A photocopying pass is issued by the Circulation counter before the service is availed and should abide the Philippine Copyright Law on Fair Use that only parts of the material should be reproduced or photocopied.


    Photocopying Guidelines

    1. Published materials (Reserve, Filipiniana, General and Reference Collections)
      1. Single copy may be made of any of the following by or for a teacher at his or her individual request for his or her research or use in teaching or preparation to teach a class:
        • A chapter from a book
        • An article from a periodical or newspaper
        • A short story, short essay or short poem, whether or not from a collective work
        • A chart, graph, diagram, drawing, cartoon or picture from a book, periodicals or newspaper
      2. Allowed to photocopy 3 books (only parts needed for class use as mentioned above) at a time for 15-minutes. Beyond 15-minutes, if books are not returned, the amount of Php2.00 pesos per hour shall be collected and 10.00 pesos per day.
    2. Unpublished materials (include Theses, Feasibility Studies, Management Technology Report)
      1. These unpublished materials are for library use only.
      2. Photocopying, video and photo shots thru cellular phones, digital/video cameras are not allowed.
      3. Only authors of the unpublished material shall be allowed to photocopy/reproduce of is/her own work, provided that the owner shall present a request form secured from the CLRC circulation section, a letter of intent address to CLRC Head together with his/her ID.
    3. Sanctions
    4. The researchers are subject to disciplinary actions once caught in action. These sanctions apply to students, faculty, staff and outside researchers.
      First offense: Oral warning
      Second offense: Written warning
      Third offense: Termination from the use of Theses, FS, MTR, for one semester and denied request for referral letter.

     

  8. Referral Services
  9. The referral letter is issued to the faculty/staff/students who need to visit other schools and companies for their research needs.  Fill out a request form at the Readers’ Services counter a day before the scheduled date.  Each school has its own schedule and policies to be followed. Request should be made one (1) day prior to scheduled visit.

    1. Unclaimed referral letter/s would mean thirty–day (30) suspension of
    2. During the summer term, referral letters are not issued and outside are not entertained.
    3. A maximum of 5 persons per school per day can be sent for research.


  10. Discussion Rooms
    • Reservation is done at the circulation counter. It is on a first come-first-served basis.
    • Only 1 slot per day per group is allowed.
    • Only 10 students are allowed per group.
    • No foods and drinks allowed inside the room.
    • Observe silence and orderliness in the room. Aircon units should be turned off after use.

 

II. Periodical section

(4th floor, Sen. Jose Diokno building)

This is the place where current newspapers, bound and loose periodicals are housed for inside reading and photocopy use only. Theses and MTR are also found in this area.

  • newspaper, journals and magazines
  • indexes and abstracts
  • bound/loose periodicals
  • corporate profile
  • vertical files/information files
  • theses/MTR collection
  • clippings


Guidelines:

  1. Users are expected to wear their School ID and this will be used in borrowing any library materials.
  2. Users are to be counted, they should log in with their corresponding college they belong.
  3. Dress code prescribed by the D.O. should be followed.
  4. Materials are for inside(room use) and photocopy use only
  5. Users are expected to observe silence and shows respect to all library personnel including Working Scholars.
  6. Cellular phones and similar electronic devices must be turned “OFF/silent mode”. Urgent calls should be made outside the LRC.
  7. Laptop can be bought inside the library with its own battery and without the use of library’s power supply.
  8. Foods and Drinks are not allowed.
  9. Users leaving the library should present their personal belonging at the circulation area for inspection.
  10. Thesis, MTR, FS are for inside use only and cannot be photocopied, even taking pictures are prohibited.

 

Audio Visual Section
(3rd floor, Sen. Jose Diokno building)

This section consists of audio visual materials and equipment to cater the multimedia/audiovisual needs for academic related activities.

  • non- print materials (CD, DVD, maps, poster, etc.)
  • multimedia equipment for reservation
  • installed multimedia equipment in 3 buildings (Noli, Fili, Mabini Bldgs.)
  • audio visual rooms
  • MB auditorium usage/reservation

Operating Procedure of the Audio Visual Section

Office Hours:
First and Second Semester
Monday to Friday – 7:00am-8:00pm
Saturday – 7:30am-5:00pm

Semestral Break and Summer Break
Monday to Friday – 7:00am-12:00nn and 1:00pm-5:00pm
Saturday – 8:00am-5:00pm

Summer Class Period
Monday to Friday – 7:00am-5:00pm
Saturday – 8:00am-5:00pm

  1. Reservation
    At least 2 weeks (maximum) and 3 days (minimum) before the date of use. On the spot reservation is accepted provided that there is an available unit or material.
  2. AV Materials
    • home use for student - overnight and 1 title only
    • home use for faculty and staff - 3 days and maximum of 3 titles
    • classroom use – 2 weeks without maximum titles allowed and     should be returned each day after use
  3. Equipment
    • maximum of two weeks reservation only
    • can only be renewed on the last day of the continues 2 week reservation
    • no maximum unit allowed as long as available
  4. Audio Visual Room
    • for film viewing only using the installed DVD player, VHS player, and television
    • maximum of two weeks reservation only
    • can only be renewed on the last day of the continues 2 week reservation
  5. Mabini Auditorium and Amphitheater
    • for academic and non-academic use
    • should have a temporary reservation first and must fill up reservation slip
    • can be reserved for a long period provided with approved letter submitted to the LRC head
    • the AV section and the requesting party should have a copy of the approved reservation slip as a proof of reservation

Borrowing, Lending, Returning, and Usage
  • No reservation, no borrowing unless there is an available slot, unit or material.
  • Borrower’s Card (for faculty/staff only) or School ID (for faculty/staff and student) is required for faculty/staff in exchange of the equipment of material. It should only be returned to the patron once the equipment or material is returned in good condition.
  • The equipment or material will be checked first before lending to borrowers as well as upon returning.
  • Original materials are not subject for lending to preserve the materials. Only duplicate copies will be lent.
  • Food and drinks are not allowed at the AVR, Mabini Auditorium, and Amphitheater.

 

Statistics
  • Once the equipment or material is borrowed, the AV staff or CA will tally how many units were loaned to the faculty.
  • AVR, Mabini Auditorium and Amphitheater will be tallied upon usage.
  • There are also statistics for colleges to determine the top college user.
  • Statistics are summarized every end of the month and every end of the quarter.

Overdue

Overdue fines for materials and equipment are only implemented if the borrower didn’t return the items loaned to him/her.

  • Equipment - P2.00 per hour per equipment
  • Materials - for students: P10.00 per day per material
    • for faculty and staff: P5:00 per day per material

Violations

AV equipment should be returned on time, if not, there are corresponding sanctions aside from paying overdue fines and making an apology letter.

  • First offense, 1 week banned from use and reservation.
  • Second offense, 2 weeks banned from use and reservation.
  • Third offense, students and teachers will not be allowed to use and reserve for the whole semester.

Damage and Loss of AV Materials, Equipment, Turnstile ID Pass, and Yellow Temporary ID
  • If the non-print duplicate AV materials were returned damaged or lost by the borrower, he/she must replace it with blank CD-R or DVD-R and casing. If it is an original material, the borrower must replace it with the same title.
  • If the print AV materials were returned damaged or lost by the borrower, he/she must replace it with the same kind.
  • If the AV equipment is damaged by the borrower, he/she is responsible for the repair expense.
  • If the AV equipment is lost by the borrower, he/she must replace the unit with the same kind, brand and model.
  • If the turnstile ID pass was lost by the student, he/she must pay P100.00 at the cashier and present the receipt to the AV staff.
  • If the yellow temporary ID was lost by the student, he/she must replace it with laminating plastic and ID clip.

Others
  • Every morning, the opening staff on duty will conduct a simple inventory of the equipment to ensure that there is no missing unit.
  • During the evening, the closing staff on duty will conduct simple checking all the installed equipment on classrooms to make sure that all units were properly shut down and cabinets are locked.
  • Repair of the installed equipment on classrooms will be done depending on the availability of the room.
  • Minor repair of the AV equipment were performed by the AV staff while major repair were done the school’s technician or brought to the service center or supplier.

Guidelines on Reservations and Borrowing of Video Materials (VCDs and DVDs)
  • VCDs and DVDs can be borrowed for classroom and home use.
  • Faculty members can reserve & borrow the materials for class use for two (2) weeks provided that he/she will return it each day after use while materials for home use are good for three (3) days only.
  • Faculty members are allowed to borrow a maximum of three (3) titles for home use while students are allowed one (1) title only. All of which are duplicate copies.
  • Reservation and approval on the use of material is on “First Come, First Served” basis.
  • Requesting party is responsible for the care of the materials. If found damaged due to negligence, it will be his/her responsibility.
  • School ID and/or Borrower’s Card is required in every transaction.
  • Materials should be returned on time, otherwise, overdue fines will be collected at P5.00 per day (faculty) and P10.00 per day (students). 

 

Note: Students can borrow the material at 5:00pm and should be returned the next school day not later than 5:00pm

Guidelines and Procedure on Laptop Reservation and Usage All Laptop units are intended for official business use only.
  • The equipment can only be borrowed if approved by the LRC Head
  • Reservation and approval on the use of equipment is on “First Come, First

Served Basis”.

  • Students and organization’s officers are not allowed to borrow a unit for their activities except on activity period (TTH 2:35-3:55pm).
  • Off campus use is not a common practice and must be cleared with the LRC Head with approved letter and off campus pass.
  • All saving disk media such as floppy disk, CD, flash drive and others must be\

Scanned first before opening and using.

  • Presentation can be saved on desktop and must be deleted after usage.
  • Requesting party is responsible for the care of the equipment. Once the equipment is damaged, the bearer is responsible for the repair expense.
  • The AV Librarian/personnel must be properly informed if reservation will be cancelled.
  • Equipment should be returned on time, if not, there are corresponding sanctions.

                   For Students
                   1. Pay overdue fine (P 2.00 per hour)
                   2. Submit a Letter of Apology
                       i. First offense, 1 week banned for use and reservation.
                       ii. Second offense, 2 weeks banned for use and  reservation.
                       iii. Third offense, students will not be allowed to use and
                             reserve for the whole semester


  1. Guidelines and Procedures on the use of LCD Projector and other AV Equipment

The LCD Projector and other equipment such as overhead projector  (OHP), karaoke, slide projector, Vision visualizer, microphone/stand, video player, digital camera, portable frequency transmitter, headsets, & others can be borrowed and used for:

  • classroom (during class hour/period)
  • academic exhibit (maximum of four hours a day only is allowed)
  • seminar and workshop (as per schedule)
  • student organization’s activities (as per schedule)
  • institutional activities (as per schedule)
  • off campus use (as per schedule) – must submit letter and Off Campus Pass to LRC Head

Note: The LCD Projector with 4000 lumens can be used only at the Sentrum.

            

  1. Approval on the use of the equipment is on a first-come-first-served basis.
  2. Reservation by phone is accepted, however reservation form must be filled out for confirmation three (3 )days before the date of use.
  3. The AV personnel have the right to cancel unconfirmed reservation.
  4. The equipment should be returned on time. If the Audio Visual office is already closed, surrender the units at the Sen. Jose Diokno Lobby Guard. Those who will return the equipment late will be given a sanction.

For Students
  1. Pay overdue fine (P 2.00 per hour)
  2. Submit letter of apology to the LRC Head.
  3. First offense, 1 week banned for use and reservation.
  4. Second offense, 2 weeks banned for use and reservation.
  5. Third offense, students will not be allowed to use and reserve for the whole semester.
    Once the equipment is damaged, the bearer is responsible for the repair expense. (The AV staff will check the equipment once returned). All technical problems must be reported immediately to the AV office.

Guidelines on the Use of the MABINI Auditorium, Amphitheater and Its Facilities
  • Secure and fill out a reservation form from the AV office one week before the scheduled event. Always include your purpose.
  • Approval on the use of the room is on “First Come, First Served” basis.
  • Unconfirmed reservation two (2) days before the scheduled use of the venue will be cancelled.
  • Room key, remote of LCDs, air-conditioning units, and computer cabinet keys can be borrowed from the AV office, 3rd floor of Senator Jose Diokno Building, if the technician is not around.
  • Food and drinks are not allowed inside the room.
  • Handle and operate the equipment with care. Shut down and unplug them properly after use.
  • Make sure to switch off the lights, air-conditioning units, lock the equipment cabinet and room before leaving.
  • Any technical problem should be reported immediately to the AV office at local 257.

Guidelines and Procedures on the Use of Installed LCD and Computer Units
  • Borrow the key and LCD remote control units of LCD projector at the Nursing Library ground floor of the Mabini Building.
  • Cabinet for the computer units and its accessories are not movable.
  • Operate the equipment with proper care.
  • Do not unplug the VGA cable cord at the computer unit. If the presentor has his/her own laptop or computer, borrow the LCD at the AV office to avoid damage of the installed equipment.
  • Make sure to shut down, switch off, and unplug all the equipment after its usage.
  • Be sure to lock the equipment cabinet properly
  • Report to the personnel at the Nursing Library (local 272) or at the AV office (loc. 257) any technical problem that will arise.
  • Return the key and remote control units at the Nursing Library.
  • If the Nursing Library is already closed, surrender the units at the Sen. Jose Diokno Lobby Guard.
  • In case you need the equipment and your assigned classroom does not have the said equipment, swapping of room will be allowed only if it is not being used. Proper coordination with the assigned faculty is important.

Guidelines on the use of Audio Visual Rooms and its Facilities
  • Secure a reservation form from the AV office one week before the scheduled event (the AV personnel will check first the availability of the venue before issuing the reservation form).
  • AV rooms are exclusive for film viewing only.
    1. Submit the fully accomplished reservation forms three days before the scheduled use of the venue. Approval on the use of the room is on First-Come-First-Served basis.
    2. The AV personnel have the right to cancel unconfirmed reservation. Telephone reservation is accepted but he/she will still fill-out reservation forms for confirmation.
    3. Operate the equipment with proper care.
    4. Food and drinks are not allowed inside the room.
    5. Installed equipment and accessories are not movable.
    6. Make sure to shut down, and unplug all the equipment after its usage.
    7. Switch off the lights and air-conditioned units before leaving the venue.
    8. Report to the AV technician or AV personnel at the AV office (loc. 257) any technical problem that will arise and was encountered.

    Guidelines on the use of the AB Comm Equipment
    • The equipment of the AB Communication Department such as headset, lapel microphone, camera microphone, camera tripod, digital camera, videocam, SLR camera, tape recorder, boom microphone, LED projector, and crane are exclusive for AB Communication and AB Multimedia Arts students and faculty only. The equipment are for academic purposes only and NOT for personal use. Co-workers and students from other departments may borrow the equipment only if they are not used by the Communication Department and upon approval of the Communication Dept. Chair.
    • Students and faculty/staff should file a temporary reservation at the AV office at least 3 days prior to intended date of use.
    • Reservation by phone is not accepted because he/she must specify personally the equipment that he/she will need.
    • Reservation forms should also be secured and accomplished. It must be approved by the Communication Department Chair and the CLRC Head. An approved request letter (especially for a whole day reservation) must be attached when submitted to the AV Office.
    • Generally, equipment must be used within the DLSL campus only. In case there will be a need to bring the equipment off campus, the borrower must submit a formal request letter approved by the Communication Department Chair and the CLRC Head. He/she must also accomplish an “Off Campus Pass of Equipment”.
    • Approval on the use of the equipment is on a first-come-first-served basis.
    • The AV personnel have the right to cancel unconfirmed reservation.
    • Upon claiming the equipment, the borrower must surrender his school ID to the AV staff and secure a temporary pass. For faculty/staff, their library borrower’s card should be surrendered upon claiming the reserved equipment.
    • Cassette tapes, video tapes, batteries (AA), and memory card are to be provided by the borrower.
    • If the borrower is not yet familiar on to use of the equipment, the Communication Department AV Technician will give an orientation on the proper use of the equipment.
    • Lending/endorsing equipment to other users is strictly prohibited.
    • The equipment should be returned on time. A sanction will be given for those who will return the equipment beyond the prescribed date.

    For Students
    1. Pay overdue fine (P 2.00 per hour)
    2. Submit letter of apology to the AV personnel.
    3. First offense: 1 week banned for use and reservation.
    4. Second offense: 2 weeks banned for use and reservation.
    5. Third offense: students will not be allowed to use and reserve for the whole semester.
    6. Requesting party is responsible for the care of the equipment. Once the equipment is damaged or lost, the borrower is responsible for the repair expense or replacement (The AV staff will check the equipment once returned). 
    7. All technical problems must be reported immediately to the AV office.

      Internet Laboratory (4th floor, Senator Jose Diokno building)

      This room offers internet searching and an access to on-line subscriptions to electronic journals (EBSCO and Britannica Online). Selected databases are listed for your research purposes, online searching, email access, internet surfing and printing searched documents at a reasonable cost.

    Guidelines on the Use of the Internet Laboratory
    • Students should sign on the form completely for their reservation within a particular time slot. Signing up more than once is prohibited because students are allowed to only one session a day to give others a chance to use the internet. Extension on the use of internet will only be allowed if the computer unit is still available after the session.
    • If the students who had signed-up for a particular time slot come 15 minutes late, the slot will be given to any walk-in student who wants to use the internet.
    • Students are off limits to the computer units assigned to the faculty and staff.
    • Students must present their school ID once the personnel assigned starts checking during the session.
    • Eating, drinking, loitering and unnecessary discussions are strictly prohibited. Staying in the laboratory without any computer available for use is also prohibited.
    • Opening of restricted/pornographic web sites and playing online games are not allowed. Changing of air conditioner and computer settings is also not allowed.
    • After the session ends, internet users should close all the programs to give way to the next users. Bags would be inspected before leaving the laboratory.
    • Wearing of inappropriate attire (e.g. sando, plunging neckline, halter tops, cycling shorts, pants which are not full length, shorts, clothes with frayed hems, tattered jeans, slippers, sleeveless shirts, mini-skirts, hanging and off-shoulders blouses, and other revealing attire) is not allowed.
    • All technical problems should be addressed to the Internet Laboratory Clerk or to any personnel on duty.
    • Violators of the Internet Laboratory policies will be sanctioned according to the discipline provisions of the College Student Handbook.
    • Installation of any software is not allowed.
    • Printing searched documents is allowed for 2.00/page for black and 5.00/page for colored printing.

    Guidelines on How to Use EBSCOhost (online subscription)

    While inside the campus, students should:

    1. Go to www.dlsl.edu.ph
    2. Click the “library” link in the left side of the screen
    3. Under College of Learning Resources Center, click “Online Subscriptions” link.
    4. A window will pop-up, then click the link of EBSCO. Log-in the user ID and password given by the LRC personnel.
    5. Click the EBSCO service needed.
    6. To search within a single database, click the database name. To select more than one database to search, click the boxes next to the database and click continue.
    7. You can now start by typing the key word in the text box then click “search”
    8. Create a personalized EBSCO account for an easier access of the searched article/s.
    While outside of the campus:
    1. Go to http://search.ebscohost.com
    2. Type the username and password. (ask the librarian for the username and password)
    3. Click the link of EBSCO service you want to use.
    4. To search within a single database, click the database name. To select more than one database to search, check the boxes next to the databases and click continue
    5. You can now start by typing the key word in the text  box then click “search”.

    Guidelines on the use of ProQuest online database
    1. Go to www.dlsl.edu.ph
    2. Click the “library” link on the left side of the screen
    3. Under College of Learning Resources Center, click “Online Subscriptions” link.
    4. Click on the ProQuest link and type in the user ID and password (please get the user ID and password to the Internet Lab clerk or clerical assistant on duty)
    5. You can now start by typing the key word in the text box then click “search”.

    Nursing Library     
    Library Hours
    Regular Semesters:
    MWF 7:00am – 6:00pm
    TTh 7:00am – 6:00pm
    Saturday 8:00am – 11:00am, 11:00am – 12:00nn (Lunch Break), 12:00nn – 5:00 pm

    Semestral and Summer Breaks:

    Mon-Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm
    Saturday 8:00 am – 11:00am, 11:00am – 12:00nn (Lunch Break), 12:00nn – 5:00pm



    The Nursing Library is located at the 1st Floor of the Mabini Hall. Non- Nursing students are also welcome in this library.


    It has varied collections such as books, journals, magazines, encyclopedias, information files, charts and theses, which support the Nursing curriculum. It also provides audiovisual materials/equipment to support class activities such as OHP, Karaoke and LCD.


    Guidelines:

    1. SILENCE and ORDERLINESS must be observed. Discussions should be made outside the Nursing Library.
    2. Loitering and littering are not allowed.
    3. Bags are to be deposited at the depository area.
    4. Guidelines on Book Loans at the College Learning Resource Center are also   observed in the Nursing Library.
    5. On returning of materials:
      Borrowed materials from Nursing Library such as books, journals magazines, newspapers and AV equipment, should be returned only in the Nursing Library to avoid problems of lost and/or damaged materials and in recording your transactions. However, if the library is closed due to some unexpected reasons, please follow these guidelines:
      1. For borrowed books, journals, magazines and newspapers, either for home-use or photocopy use – borrowers should proceed to the College Learning Resource Center at the ground floor of Sen. J. Diokno Bldg. and/or coordinate with them about the borrowed materials.
      2. For borrowed AV Equipment (LCD, OHP, Karaoke, Keys and Remote Control Units) – borrowers should leave the equipment at the custody of the guard-on-duty at the lobby of Sen. J. Diokno Bldg. and get the ID from the Nursing Library as soon as it opens.(Reservations on Mini-Auditorium and Amphitheater are held at the AV office at the 3rd Floor, Sen Diokno Bldg.)
    6. Food and drinks are prohibited inside the Nursing Library.

    Law Library
    (2nd floor, Mabini building, room 207)
    The Law library is considered “special library” where law students are the priority clients. Non law students are accepted provided they follow the existing guidelines with some limitations.


    The Law library opens from Monday to Saturday
    MWF  7:00 am - 7:30 pm
    TTh    7:00 am - 8:00 pm
    Sat.    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

     

    Library Holdings

    It has an updated collection of SCRA, books and journals which support the Juris Doctor program of the College of law. Part of the collection came from school fund, donations from friends, Dean of the College of Law, Supreme Court and other contact institutions.

    Recto Collection

    A small area was provided and created for the books donated by the office of one of the icons of great Batangueño lawyer Claro M. Recto.

     

    Arrangement of  Books

    Supreme Court Reports Annotated (SCRA) and Philippine Reports are arranged chronologically in the shelves.

    General Reference Books are specially arranged according to codes based on Philippine laws.
    CML– Commercial law
    CRL—Criminal law
    CVL– Civil law
    LBL– Labor and Social Legislation law
    LJE—Legal and Judicial Ethics
    PIL—Political and International law
    RML—Remedial law
    TXL— Taxation law

    Book Loans
    Faculty members of the College of Law may borrow 3 basic reference book and textbooks for home use for a period of one (1) semester subject to return/renewal at the end of every term.

    Guidelines:

    1. Researchers are requested to log in their name on the sheet provided.
    2. Leave your ID and secure a photocopy pass.
    3. Most of the library materials are for Room use only like the General References and  SCRA.
    4. Researchers may photocopy maximum of 6 books each time for 30-45 mins.
    5. Late returns of photocopied materials will be charged 2.00 per hour/ per book.
    6. Faculty members of the College of Law may borrow 3 basic reference books and textbooks for home use for a period of one (1) semester subject to return/renewal at the end of the term.
    7. Researchers may bring their bags inside, however, loss of any personal belongings is not a liability of the library personnel.
    8. Food and drinks are not allowed.
    9. SILENCE and ORDERLINESS should always be observed.

     

    Lipasalliana/Archives (3rd floor, Senator Jose Dokno building)

     This is where DLSL institutional records, documents, publications, memorabilia and other Lasallian collections with historical value for research preservation and posterity. Archival materials are for room use only. All researchers are requested to register, providing their name, address, signature, student or other identification number, and their research topic.
    It is advised to contact the Lipasalliana Archives in advance of the intended visit and
    indicate the nature of the archival materials or records you want to consult. This will reduce delays and inconvenience.
               

    Hours of Service:
    Monday to Friday                  
    8:00am-5:00pm

    Guidelines and Procedures

    1. All researchers must present their school ID and register at the desk upon entering.
    2. Only papers or note cards are allowed inside the Lipasalliana research room.
    3. Smoking, drinking or eating in the research room are not allowed.
    4. All materials in Lipasalliana are for room use only. In case some of these materials would be photocopied, the users must submit the photocopying request form attached the letter of request to the Lipasalliana staff.
    5. Researchers are only allowed to borrow two kinds of materials at a time.
    6. Use of legal documents of the institution is subject to the approval of the President.
    7. All donated materials automatically become a property of De La Salle Lipa, Lipasalliana.
    8. The Archivist rserve the right to withhold any privileges of the users upon violation of the set guidelines in the use of Lipasalliana.
    9. Lipasallina is an extension of the library and is covered by the general library guidelines as stated in this provision.
    10. Leave all personal belongings except valuables at the registration desk.

    Issuance and return of archival documents
    1. User and/or borrower must fill out a request form for the materials he/she needs.
    2. All archival materials will be examined before and after use. The user is responsible for the material(s) issued, and is liable for loss and damage.
    3. The person requesting access to restricted materials must contact the personnel imposing the restrictions through a written letter for the records creator.

    Publication of Materials from the Lipasalliana Archives
    1. Request to publish documents must be referred to the records creator.
    2. Information or text derived from Lipasalliana Archives must be acknowledged.

    Guidelines on Visiting users

    Visiting schedules:

    Alumni – Monday to Saturday
    Outside researchers – Monday, Wednesday & Friday

    8:00am – 5:00pm

    Procedure

    1. Secure a Pass from the College Lobby Guard.
    2. Present a valid ID and a Referral Letter duly signed by the Library Head.
    3. If the researcher is using the thesis, proceed to the 4th floor of Sen. Jose Diokno Bldg. with the Referral Letter.
    4. Books and periodicals may be borrowed for library and photocopying use only.
    5. Theses and Management Technology Reports (MTR) are for library use only and must not be photocopied. Taking picture of any pages is prohibited.
    6. For theses section, if the owner wants to have a photocopy of his/her own thesis, a request letter for photocopy should be given to the Librarian in-charge together with his/her valid ID for the request to be granted.
    7. For alumni currently enrolled in other schools, present your alumni card and /or Referral Letter to the Librarian in charge,
    8. Only five (5) researchers per school – per day are accepted.
    9. If the researcher is going to use books, present the Referral Letter to the person in charge at the Circulation section - ground floor of Sen. Jose Diokno Bldg.
    10. The Library does not accept outside researchers during midterms and final exams week.
    11. Dress code applies to outside researchers
    12. Walk-in researchers are not allowed.
    13. The library is closed during Summer

 

   
   
   
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