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Provincial Library

Programs & Projects


1. Library and Information Services Month (November)

        To focus on the vital role of the library in the life of every Filipino, the month of November was declared “Library and Information Services (LIS) Month” by Presidential Proclamation 837 in 1991.

2. National Book Week (November 24-30)

     National Book Week is a celebration organized by the Philippine Library Association, intended to encourage reading and literacy among Filipinos and to promote public libraries in the Philippines.

3. Public Library Day (March 9)

4. Gifts and Exchange and Donations program

            A portion of the materials added to every library, large and small that comes thru gifts and exchange is also part of acquisition work. Whether a material is received as a gift or by exchange, the golden rule is to apply the same standard of selection that applies to purchase materials.

5. Automation of Culture and the Arts Collection

6. Circulation Services

            The main public service point is the circulation desk or loans desk, usually found near the main entrance of a library. It provides lending services and facilities for return of loaned items. Renewal of materials and payment of fines are also handled at the circulation desk. Circulation staff may provide basic search and reference services, though more in-depth questions are usually referred to reference librarians at the library reference desk

7. Reference Services

            Reference process involves a systematic  method in providing correct information to the reader. The process revolves in the interaction of three factors : the library user, the librarian and the library resources. It consists of a series of decision-making steps starting from the receipt of an information request to communication of an answer.

8. Book Exhibit

            One of the best ways to promote book to students, professionals  ands  etc. is for them to see the book in person.

9. Photo Exhibit

Photo collections of the library

10. Bulletin Board Display

            Bulletin boards offer many possibilities for interpreting library services. They can be used to stimulate interest in selected books on a particular subject, to call attention to special resources, and to announce programs and lectures . Poster, pictures, book jackets, maps, and current book lists are staples of any bulletin board display. (The Administration of the college library)

11. Read Aloud

            Read Aloud is a program that will read text aloud

12. Storytelling

            Story telling  is the art of using language, vocalization, and or physical movement and gesture to reveal the elements and images of a story to a specific live audience. A central unique aspect of storytelling is its reliance on the audience to develop specific visual imagery to detail, complete, and co-create the story.

13. Library Visit

14. Book Talk

            A booktalk in the broadest terms is what is spoken with the intent to convince someone to read a book. It is not a book review or a book report or a book analysis. The booktalker gives the audience a glimpse of the setting, the characters, and/or the major conflict without providing the resolution or denouement. Booktalks make listeners care enough about the content of the book to want to read it. A long booktalk is usually about five to seven minutes long and a short booktalk is generally thirty seconds to two minutes long.

15.  Lakbay Aral (Educational and Cultural Tour )

16. Annual Physical Inventory of Library Resources

            Inventory in simple language, is the checking of the collection on the shelves, with the hope of finding less missing items. List missing items should be properly recorded so that records for each item should be removed

17. Indexing and Abstracting

            Indexing is a process of coding & organizing articles from magazines & journals by describing the source---getting  its author, title, page, volume and issue number & assigning call number

18. Cataloging and Classification

            Library classification is the systematic arrangement of objects, ideas, books, or other items which have like qualities or characteristics into groups or classes 

            Library cataloging is a process of preparing a catalog, or preparing entries for a catalog. The process may be further  subdivided into two subordinate activities : 1) Descriptive cataloging and 2) Subject cataloging

19. Shelving and Shelf reading

20. Compilation of Newspapers clippings

            The daily provision of newspaper clipping services is important to many individuals within an organization who must be aware of and sensitive to media coverage regarding the organization's activities and interests.  Daily reading of clipping services and the various news services on the part of the reference librarians working in a special library is a must. (The management of  special libraries and information centers )

21. Book Drive and Book Shower

22. Contests (Coloring, Essay writing, Poster making)