University Libraries, University of Saint Louis

EMS: Now on Its Second Month

EMSUSL Elementary Library continues to keep up-to-date with the fast changing demands of technology. Starting July 27, 2013, pupils no longer fill out the logbook upon entering the library, instead, they just swipe their ID card on the Entrance Monitoring System (EMS). The newly installed EMS aims to automate and accurately generate library attendance statistics of pupils and teachers.

High School Library Promo

bd21. Blind Date With A Book
Books have been wrapped, with their barcodes written outside.  They have been displayed in a corner for students to seize and check out in their account. This way, the identity of the book remains a secret until it is brought home where the student-borrower shall have a date with the book itself. Their book dates? Fiction books! Surprise, surprise!

2. Explore Your Folklore

Books on epics, myths, legends, games, fables and folktales of the Philippines were featured. Students had a re-acquaintance with these subjects anew.

3. Loot bags on the Feast of Saint Aloysius Gonzaga

Happy Feast Day of Saint Louis! Books have been transformed to loot bags for students to grab and go! All the books in the bag were either about prayers, inspirational stories, spiritual reflections, written teenage love stories with God, daily grind or Bibles for youths! Great bag! To add to this, the history of St. Louis was printed for students to read.

4. Library’s Best and Finest Delicacy: Books

In celebration of the Nutrition Month, cook books were paraded in the exhibit corner of the Library. Students literally and figuratively devoured on these books as they tried to find their way to improving their cooking skills.

LIFP Comes To Life

library_docum_639 The Library and Information Fluency Program (LIFP), in support to the information literacy goal of the High School Library, has recently been launched among the 7th graders. The LIFP is a series of library sessions for students spearheaded by the High School Library Head. The course consists of lessons from which the students get the proper training on the usage of the different library resources. Furthermore, the program is geared toward instilling in the minds of the students the use and importance of library resources in their life as learners and launching them into greater appreciation for books, libraries and reading. 

Each of the 12 sections (Colossians, Corinthians, Exodus, Galatians, Philippians, Roman, Genesis, Proverbs, Psalms, Leviticus, Thessalonians, Wisdom) of the 7th Grade shall undertake the program once a  month at 4:00-5:00 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

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