Learning Resource Center
A. ABOUT THE LIBRARY
B. LIBRARY OBJECTIVES
- To help the students learn through library programs.
- To enhance students be knowledgeable in the use of books and other library
- To develop skills on the value of library resources, as a means of lifelong education.
- Provision of opportunity for transforming good individuals in the society through
proper use of the library.
- Provide a wide and update collection of instructional materials.
- To prepare, select, organize and administer the materials that will be easily available
and accessible to the faculty and students.
- To encourage and motivate faculty and students in developing love of learning by
spending more time reading books, periodicals and other printed materials.
- To meet the research needs of the students according to their level of maturity
C. LIBRARY RULES & REGULATION
- NO I.D. NO ENTRY. Students should wear their school I.D. upon entering the library
- The Students must deposit their bags and other belonging at the baggage counter and bring their valuable (e.g. money, cell phones, etc.). The library will not be responsible for any loss.
- Observe silence. The library must be quite place at all times. Students should avoid unnecessary noise when inside the library.
- Proper conduct is expected.
- Eating and drinking inside the library is prohibited.
- Avoid littering on the floor, tables and chairs.
- Push back chairs quietly and slowly, return the books and other library materials to its proper places before leaving.
- Cellular phones and other electronic devices must be set to silent mode and accepts calls outside the library.
- Students must secure a Library Borrower’s ID at the library personnel for borrowing purposes.
- Any library materials must be properly recorded/charge out before being taken outside the library.
- Library user who will tear, deface, mutilate, vandalize and/or steal library properties will be meted out with disciplinary action at the discretion of the librarian, adviser, prefect of discipline and principal.
- Library Awareness. Current awareness service is provided to raise the awareness of the readers on the currents issues.
- Library Instruction. Conducts instruction to the students during library period schedule.
- Library Orientation. It also gives information on the type of services, policies and procedures on the use of library and audio-visual center. It given formally at the beginning of the month of the school year.
- Reference Information Service. Gives information and assistance to all library users on the retrieval of information and source of information.
- Book Display. Display newly processes library materials which are ready for circulation.
- Bulletin Board Display. Post new acquisition, utilization and highlights of library policies and procedures, celebration and announcements.
- Book Borrowing Service. Allows user to borrow/return library materials within the library premises or for photocopying purposes.
- Readers Advisory Assistance. Answers queries and gives assistance to the clientele/user that needs information/materials to retrieve.
- OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog). A computerized system of card catalog and organization of materials in the library (serves as depository/the kind that contains books).
- Internet Information Research. Allows user through internet for their research needs like research, assignment and other related topics.
POLICIES IN BORROWING BOOKS
1. Students must present their borrower’s ID when borrowing books.
2. Students may borrow a maximum of three (3) books at a time
3. The student must fill out the book card and borrower’s card.
Allowable loan period of library materials by the faculty and student:
LIBRARY FINES & OTHER PENALTIES
- The student must pay on overdue fine of Php 50 per day for every book which will not be returned on or before its due date. Weekends and holidays are excluded in the computation of overdue fines.
- The student should pay the overdue fine at the circulation counter.
LOST OR DAMAGE BOOKS/PERIODICALS
- In case of lost books, the borrower must replace the book with the exact same title.
- If the book is out of print or unavailable the borrower may replace it with another book of the same subject.
- For lost periodicals, a borrower must replace the periodicals with the same title and date of issue.
- If the periodical is out of print or unavailable, the borrower must pay twice the current value of the material.
- If the borrower is found to have purposely damage (torn/defaced) a book or periodical, he/she must replace the damaged material.
MONDAYS – FRIDAYS
7:30 AM – 5:00 PM
MRS. MILAGROS Y. ROLUNA
MS. RIABEL JOY J. PANDACAN