1. Click the Link below
2. A new window will pop-up displaying the library CATALOG. In the FIND box, key in your search and hit either of the displayed buttons: KEYWORD, TITLE, AUTHOR OR SUBJECT and ENTER.
3. You will be directed to this menu. If you see the status of the book, 1 of 1 AVAILABLE, it means it is in the library and available for the following: BORROW, PHOTOCOPY OR SCANNING. You may contact the LIBRARY through the following platforms enumerated in the Contact Information section below.
1) Library Loan
eLoan is allowed for students who wish to borrow library materials using the library media platforms, phone, email, chat or Messenger or FB account or through the Web OPAC using their school ID number as access code.
Physical / F2F
Every borrower is allowed to borrow a maximum of three (3) books for a period of one (1) week; one in the reserved section and two in the non-reserved renewable for another week using the school ID.
Library staff will only cater to one user at a time. Users must follow signage in borrowing and returning library materials while observing one at a time transaction.
Returned books will be placed inside a box located near the circulation area which will be left untouched for 72 hours or three days for precautionary measures.
Book/s borrowed will initially be noted as “return” in the user’s file and will be confirmed as “cleared” once the returned book/s are checked by the library staff with no damages, writing over and missing or ripped pages. Users are held accountable for any damage to the books borrowed.
Hold Pick Up and Returned Area
Parents whose children are enrolled in both correspondence and online learning modalities but cannot enter the school are allowed to pick up books borrowed by their children through phone, email, chat or Messenger and other media platforms using student’s ID. Return books borrowed can be dropped in the Parents whose children are enrolled in both correspondence and online learning modalities but cannot enter the school are allowed to pick up books borrowed by their children through phone, email, chat or Messenger and other media platforms using student’s ID. Return books borrowed can be dropped in the Returned Area at the College Library’s Entrance Door.
Parents need to call, chat or email the LRC communication sites or FB page two days before, and wait for the confirmation to be fully assisted by a library staff in the process of claiming and returning books.
2) Inter Library Loan
Borrowing a book from the library of another school is allowed. Users are encouraged to call or chat through our FB page before the scheduled time of pick up of the Referral Form for immediate response and to avoid loitering in the library premises.
Free WiFi can be accessed within the library premises for research and academic purposes only. Student/s caught doing otherwise will be sent out and subjected to disciplinary action to be imposed by the students discipline officer.
Library users can request for a scanning of a document such as articles from a periodicals or pages from a book for research or instructional needs by coordinating with the library staff through the library’s media platforms.
5) SDI (Selective Dissemination of Information)
SDI is a current awareness service aimed to keep the users well-informed of the SDI is a current awareness service aimed to keep the users well-informed of the SDI is a current awareness service aimed to keep the users well-informed of the current and selective information which which is highly relevant to their interests.
6) Media Platforms
Library users can use all the media platforms of the library for all libraries and MMC (Multi Media Center).
7) eLibrary Orientation
Libraries and MMC will be providing a virtual orientation which covers the instruction regarding the use and services of the libraries and the MMC in the New Normal.
CE-Logic Infotrac is a database of e-books subscribed to by the library. Access to this electronic resources is via URL: http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/phlccb with password: humility
These electronic resources can be accessed full text, it can be downloaded or printed- out for instructional / research needs.
Open Educational Resources are list of free databases or open-access electronic journals and books evaluated and selected by the library staff to provide additional sources of information for researchers. Most of the electronic resources in these sites are free and openly available for public use.
California State University Merlot Collection
URL – https://merlot.org/merlot/ind
Provides access to curated online learning and support materials and content creation tools.
Community of Practice for Open Education
URL – https://cccoer.org
A consortium community and technical colleges provides epanding access to education through adoption of open educational policy, practices and resources.
URL – https://jisc.ac.uk
Multidisciplinary Aggregator of open access research which offers advanced search options to filter results by publication type, year, language, journal, repository, and author.
EBSCO Faculty Select
URL – https://ebsco.com/products/ebsco-faculty-select
Provide access to quality open textbooks, Open Educational resources (OER) and request access to unrestricted library e-books from top academic publishers.
URL – https://emerald.com/
Journals, Books & Case Studies
URL – books.google.com
URL – https://scholar.google.com
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Open Courseware
URL – https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/online-textbooks/
Index to the online textbooks in MIT OpenCourseWare. Some online textbooks are open-licensed electronic versions of print books. Others are self-published online books, or course notes which are so thorough that they serve as an alternative to a conventional textbook.
URL – https://www.oercommons.org/
A public digital library of open educational resources.
OpenStax Free e-Textbooks
URL – https://cnx.org/
Publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed, openly licensed textbooks that are absolutely free online and low cost in print.
PHL CHED CONNECT
URL – https://phlconnect.ched.gov.ph/search/category/architectureplanning
Contain higher education materials in various formats that are useful for teaching, learning and research purposes.
URL – https://gutenberg.org
Is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks. Choose among free epub and Kindle eBooks, download or read them online. Find the world’s great literature with focus on older works for which U.S. copyright has expired.
URL – https://teachables.scholastic.com/teachables/guesthomepage.html
Free worksheets, activities, lesson plans, learning games and more. Formerly known as Scholastic Printables. Download printable lesson plans, reading passages, games and puzzles, clip art, bulletin board ideas, and skills sheets for kids in any grade.
SLJ School Library Journal
URL – http://www.slj.com/
Log-in information: SLJ.com
A source of quality journalism and reviews for more than 60 years, produces award-winning features and news coverage on: literacy, best practices, technology, education policy and other issues of interest to the school library and greater educator community.
Washington State University Open Library
URL – http://opencourselibrary.org/
A collection of high quality, free-to-use course downloadable and useful for teaching. All content is stored in Google docs making it easy to access, browse and download.
World Digital Library
URL – https://www.wdl.org/en/
Provides free access to manuscripts, rare books, maps, photographs, and other important cultural documents from all countries