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LIBRARY SERVICES

 The library services


are divided into :

– Technical Services
– Readers/Public Services
TEC HNI CA L SERVI CES
 are concerned with organizing the body of
knowledge that the library has acquired. It
includes services such as :
Acquisition
Cataloging & classification
Preparing bibliography
Abstracting & indexing
Webliography
READ ER/ PUBLI C
SERVI CES
 Main objective is to assist the library customer in all
his library needs and problems.

 It includes services such as :


Reference and Information Services;
Referral Services;
Viewing Services;
Current Awareness Services;
Information Literacy Services
Photocopying & Printing Services;
Library Orientation Tour;
Library Instruction and ;
Book Loans
LIBRA RY FACI LITI ES
AN D SERVI CES
o General o Internet
Circulation o Media
o Filipiniana o Archive and
o Reference Museum
o Periodical o Theses,
Feasibility
Studies,
Dissertations
CIR CUL AT ION AND F IL IP IA NA
SE CTIONS
 Circulation Section
 This section contains foreign-
authored books in different subject
areas.
 Customers may borrow the book for
overnight use only (from 5:00 PM and
return this at 10:00 AM of the following
day).
 Fill-up the research form and indicate
the call number, title, and author of the
book for easy access of the material.

•FILIPINIANA SECTION
• Filipiniana contains a collection of
Filipino authored books or other
materials whose topics are about the
Philippines whether (foreign or local
authors). It has also some of the
Rizaliana collections that provide in- Circulation Filipiniana
depth information on the life of Dr.
Jose Rizal.
RE FEREN CE SE CTI ON
•This section consists of
materials that guide students in
their researches. Reference
books such as: Encyclopedias,
Yearbooks, Dictionaries,
Gazetteer, Thesaurus, Almanac,
Atlas, Handbooks, Indexes, and
Bibliographies

•Reference materials can be


utilized freely by the customers
but their uses are limited within
the walls of the library. Piece of
papers and a pen only shall be
allowed in this section for notes
Reference Section
taking.
REFERENCE BOOKS
 Reference
books :
 Encyclopedias
 Yearbooks
 Dictionaries
 Gazetteer
 Thesaurus
 Almanac
 Handbooks
 Atlas Dictionary
 Indexes
 Bibliographies
 Pamphlet
Pamphlet
PERIODICAL SECTION
 This area collects
government
publications
(published by
government
agencies such as
NSO, UNESCO
Philippines, Journals and Magazines
PAGCOR, BIR,
etc.) journals,
magazines (foreign
and local), and
newspaper
clippings.
Clippings Newspapers
INTERNET SECTION
 Students have free access with the
Internet facilities to supplement
their information needs and other
researches.

 It is open from 10:00AM - 12:00PM;


1:00PM - 5:00 PM. First come first
serve basis for one-hour use per
student. The student must present
his/her library card and required to
log in.

 Internet is for academic research


only.

 Typing/encoding, online gaming


and online chats are not allowed.

 Use of removable devices such as


Floppy disk, CDs and USB are
strictly prohibited.
MEDIA SECTION

 It has a collection of
educational
videotapes, slides, CD-
ROMs, and diskettes.
A Faculty member can
use the AV equipment
like the
overhead/opaque
projector and
television upon
request from the Media
Librarian.
ARCHIVES AND MUSEUM
 MUSEUM
 It consists of museum
materials donated by
Japanese friends and
other institutions.
Japanese collections
 ARCHIVES
 contain RTU
publications like annual
reports, newsletters
and others

RTU Publications
TH ESES SEC TI ON
 This section houses a
collection of theses by
students in different
colleges/departments.
Theses can be used for
reference purposes and
room use only.
Photocopying of thesis
abstracts is not
allowed.
Theses collections
REFERENCE SERVICE
 The Librarian gives
reference service by
answering questions or
directing the customers
to the information they
need. He/she facilitates
the storage and
retrieval of information
for easy access.
REF ERRAL SE RVI CES
 Students and
faculty could
request for
referral letter from
the University
Library Director to
research to other
libraries/agencies.
Referral Letter
VIEWING SERVICE
 The University Library
has viewing room in all
colleges. But the
borrowing of audio-
visual and electronic
resources is
centralized . Faculty
member and students
could request for
viewing of educational
film.
PHOT OC OP YING

SE RVI CES
The University Library
provides
photocopying
services to students,
faculty and
administrative
employees.
 It is located at the 2nd
floor of ITC Building
(in front of the Main
Library). There are
also photocopying at
the Main Academic
Building and Old
Building.
PRI NTI NG SERVI CES
(EXCLU SI VE FO R INTERN ET
USERS ONLY)
 Students may request
for the printout copies
of the researched
information for a fee.
 Full text will cost Php
2.50/page
 Full text with graphics
will cost Php 3.00/page
 You are required to
provide your own bond
paper
Use of Internet with pages for printing
CUR REN T AWARE NESS
SERV IC ES
 Current Awareness
Services
 It is located at the
entrance of every
Library. It shows library
reports and activities,
newsletters,
announcements and
bibliography of newly
acquired books and
information educating
the academic
community
INF ORMA TI ON
LITERA CY
 Information Literacy is
the current innovation
in the library. The
academic community is
being informed or
educated on
information technology,
science or any topic
that will benefit them.
The information is
posted in the Bulletin
Board and is published
in Information Literacy
Journal
USER EDU CATI ON
 The University Library
conducts library orientation.
The librarians give also
individual instruction as they
see the need to deliver one
to a student who needs it.
Instruction may cover the
use of the card catalog,
indexes, and databases until
a customer is able to do an
independent research.
Brochures about these
matters are also
disseminated to students.
Library Orientation
BOO K L OA NS
 This refers to
giving of library
services to the
customers in
terms of loaning
of books and
other library
materials as well
as personal
assistance in
looking for
information
GUID EL INES IN B OOK

LOAN S
Borrowers shall be held accountable for all books
borrowed.
 Present the current validated LC together with the
filled up research form of the book to be borrowed
and sign the book card.
 Return the book at the counter on or before the due
date.
For home use books (circulation materials),
borrowings start at 5:00 p.m. and must be returned
not later than 10:00 a.m. of the following school day.
Validated library card and current registration must
be presented and attached at the book card signed
by the borrower.
 Borrowers are subject to pay fines amounting to
twenty pesos (Php 20.00) per day (including
Saturdays & Sundays) at the Cashier for overdue
books.
METHOD OF CONTROL
 The student
customer is
required to log-in
upon entering the
library unit or
section.
 In borrowing or
loaning book, the
student presents
his/her library card.
Log-in Counter
METHOD OF CONTROL
LOANING/BORROWING
( student-customer)
3. In -charging/checking
out book to the
borrower, let him/her
sign the book card at
the back of the book.
4. Attach the library Library Card
card of the borrower
to the book card.

book card
book pocket
METHOD OF CONTROL
RETURNING OF BOOK
2. In -charging/checking
IN book borrowed, get
the book card and
cross out the name of
borrower
3. Give back the library
card to the borrower.
4. Put back the book
card to the book
pocket
book card
book pocket
METHOD OF CONTROL
 Borrowing and Returning of Books
(Faculty/Employees/Graduate students)
 1. The same procedure in borrowing and returning of
books is applied for faculty members or employees
and graduate students of the institution.

 2. The graduate student is required to present


his/her library card in borrowing book/s. Part time
Faculty are allowed book for room use only.
However, he/she can photocopy specific pages of
the book.
METHOD OF CONTROL
 Borrowing and Returning
of Books –Faculty,
Employees, Graduate
Students Customers)
 3. Enter the book/s
borrowed by the
customer to the Master Master Card
Card then file in the
Pigeon Box .
 4. Cross out the book/s
borrowed when returned
and countersigned it.

Pigeon Box
AR RA NGEME NT OF
BOOKS
 Books are organized
and classified
according to Dewey
Decimal Classification
(DDC). The books are
arranged by class Example :
number, a combination 001.06
M234 001.6 001.6
of letter and number. It L477 L829
is arranged unit by unit. 1989 001.6
M569
001- is about computers, M234, L477, 1987
L829- are author numbers, 1989, 1987-
Copyright year of the book
SIGNAGE
 Signage –signs
 Guide the library
customers to the
directions or places of
library materials.
Examples : books,
Periodicals, or how to
look for information or
use of the DDC Chart.
DDC Chart-guide the customers to
the specific discipline on the shelves
OTHE R S ER VIC ES

Bibliography
Cataloging
Abstracting and Indexing
Webliography
BIBL IOG RAPH IC
SER VIC ES
 The library prepare
bibliography of books
and other library
materials by subject
then alphabetically by
author, title, edition,
copyright date and
titles/volumes. These
are distributed by
college and
department. List of books
CAT AL OG ING AN D
CLASSI FICA TI ON
 The purpose of cataloging is
to put order into collection of
books so that the volumes
may be located and used for
reference and circulation.
The purpose of classification
is to facilitate the discovery of
knowledge in literature by
grouping together the books
according to the Dewey
Decimal Classification
System (DDC)
 Tools in organization of
materials : Dewey Decimal
Classification System (DDC),
Cutter’s Author Table and
Anglo-American Cataloging Cataloging Tools
Rules.
Dewey Decimal Classification
 It is a classification  000 – 099 Generalities
system, which  100 – 199 Philosophy &
divides human Psychology
knowledge into ten  200 – 299 Religion &
Mythology
main classes with  300 – 399 Social Issues &
further decimal Folklore
division using a  400 – 499 Language
notation of  500 – 599 Pure Sciences
numbers. It is  600 - 699 Applied
called decimal Sciences
system because  700 – 799 Arts &
knowledge is Recreation
divided and  800 – 899 Literature
subdivided in group  900 – 999 History and
Geography
of tens.
Sears List of Subject Headings
 It is a printed list of subject
headings for the minds
representing various types of
libraries. By using the list as a
base for establishing subject
headings, the cataloger has a
standard on which to rely.
Consistency on both level of
specificity and accepted list
where the choice among
possible wordings has been
made and received is on the
list. By following the patterns
of headings printed in the list,
the cataloger will also have to
add new headings that will be
compatible with the tool.
C.A. Cutter’s three-figure
author table
 Author numbers are
usually taken from
this table in which
numerals are
assigned to letters
of the alphabet in
the order of the
alphabet thus,
providing for the
alphabetical
arrangement by the
author.
Anglo – American Cataloging Rules

 These are rules


designed for use in the
construction of
catalogues and other
lists in general libraries
of all sizes.
 The rules cover the
description of and the
provision of access
points for all library
materials commonly
collected at the present
time.
ABSTR ACTING AND IN DE XIN G
SE RVIC ES
 An abstract is an o 0023 Melendres, Nieves V. (BS-PE)."Instructional
abbreviated, accurate o Skills of Physical Education Teachers as Perceived by
the Students in Andres
representation of the o Bonifacio High School, Arellano University, School
contents of a Year 1986-1987." RTUB. Sept. 1986. 49p
document.
o The perceptions of 200 students on the
 Concise instructional skills of PE teachers were studied using
a researcher-made questionnaire which consists of
condensation of 10-item-5-point Likert scale. Findings showed that the
significant content of students' perceptions have "oftentimes"
interpretation. This means that the instructional skills
a document - like "analyzes and identifies specific learning tasks;
objectives, scope and identifies needs, interests and capacities of individual
students, and provides adequately for them;
major findings of a motivates the lesson [sic]; asks questions
effectively to develop critical thinking and creativity,
document. etc. are done repeatedly or frequently implications of
he findings. (5 tabs.; 19 refs.) CBG.
 The abstracts are
indexed by keywords o keywords : Education, physical education, Teachers,
to facilitate searching Instructional skills, High School

and retrieval.
Abstract of Thesis
WEBL IOG RAPH Y
 Nutrition Websites
 Webliography
Tidewater Community College
 is a list of good  Learning Resources Center
websites compiled  http://www.tcc.edu/lrc/index.html

to facilitate The Food and Nutrition Information


Center
searching of  http://www.nalusda.gov/fnic/
information by the  The Food and Nutrition Information
Center (FNIC) of the National
students using the Agricultural
Internet.  Library (USDA) maintains a variety of
electronic access points for the full
texts of its
bibliographies, resource lists, and fact
sheets.
DIFFERENCES OF CATALOGS

 There are two


types of
catalogs :
 Card Catalog
 On Line Public
Access Catalog
(OPAC)
Bibliographic
 Book
Sutton,R. (2000) Chemistry
for the Life Sciences.
Taylor & Francis.
 Journal Article
Tura, D. (2004) Antioxidant
activity of propolis of
various geographic
origins. Food Chemistry,
84(3), p. 329-339.
ON-LINE PUBLIC ACCESS
CATALOG (OPAC)

FOLLET DATABASE
Author Card
Author
Location Symbol
F
330
Call Si12 Sicat, Gerardo P
No. 1983 Economics. – Mandaluyong City :
National Book Store, 1983.

892p. : ill.
Title Includes index.
ISBN : 971-0800-868.

1. Economics.I. Title.

Tracings
LIBRA RY UN ITS

Main Library Graduate Library

College Library-Pasig Campus Laboratory High School Library


READING CENTER
 Reading Centers
(RC)
 are established in order to
augment lack of space at the
Main Library. The Reading
Centers are: CAS RC CED RC
 College of Arts and Sciences
 College of Education
 College of Business and
Entrepreneurial Technology CON RC
 College of Engineering and
Industrial and Technology
 College of Nursing.
 Books and other library CBET RC CON RC
resources are room use
only.