Coinciding with the celebration of the 54th Foundation Day of the University of Saint Louis (USL), the International Book Giving Day was observed in USL last February 21, where book lovers or givers gave away reading materials.
Fiction books and other materials donated are appropriate for children and teenagers.
The University libraries, has recently conducted the first-ever “Spoken Poetry” contest on April 4, 2018 at the Second Floor College Library and was spearheaded by the Circulation In-charge, Ms. Vanessa Joy D. Gevera. The activity was open to all students and was gracefully joined by the 5 students from the different departments. Their spoken word piece revolved around the context of library, love for books and love for reading. The participants from each department were given time to recite and deliver their piece and they did so very creatively.
The winners are:
1st place-Arnold Quilaquiga of SHS ABM-11
2nd place-Edmar Quilang of SEASH, BSED-4
3rd place- Jeffrey Vinasoy of SHS STEM (NHS)-12
The Reference Librarian, Mrs. Danoleene Marie P. Tugade spearheaded an activity entitled “Library Henyo” last May 8, 2018 as part of library’s marketing activity to improve utilization of the Reference Collection. The activity’s objectives were to: 1) identify the different information sources; 2) know the uses of each information source; and 3) increase usage statistics of reference materials. This has been graced by 10 participants across all departments (SHS, SEASH and SEAIDITE).
The winners are as follows:
1st place: SEASH- Edmar Quilang and Irene Bautista
2nd place: SEAIDITE- Felicidad Andal and Flory Mae Mina.
Certificates of Recognition and tokens were awarded to the winners and Certificates of Participation were given to all the participants.
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