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  1. Technological Implementation in Philippine Libraries A Country Report Prof. Salvacion M. Arlante University Librarian University of the Philippines Diliman

  2. Network of Academic Libraries (1) • DOST-ESEP Library Network • Inter-Institutional Consortium (IIC) • Mendiola Consortium • Intramuros Library Consortium • Health Research and Development Information Network (HERDIN) • Association of Research and Academic Library Information Network (ARALIN)

  3. Network of Academic Libraries (2) • Ortigas Center Library Consortium, Inc • Philippine Association of Academic and Research Libraries Network (PAARLNET) • European Studies Consortium of the Philippines • LibraryLink • Academic Libraries Information Network (ALINET)

  4. Network of Academic Libraries (3) • Davao Colleges and University Network (DACUN) • University of the Philippines Library System • Philippine eLib

  5. Areas of Professional Activity featured in Networking Among Academic Libraries • Collection Development • Library Services • Access • Staff Development • Management • Publicity • International links • Professional involvement

  6. Forms of Library Cooperation in the Philippine Setting at the Community, National and Regional Level • In terms of the extent of involvement : interlibrary loans, union lists, shared access, cooperative acquisitions, cooperative cataloging, cooperative indexing, automation, database access and library staff exchange. • In terms of the extent to which consortium participants enjoy benefits : joint purchasing, sharing of resources, acquisition planning, cooperative training, cooperative planning and expertise development.

  7. UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES • Premier State University • “Multiversity” • UP Diliman (Arts and Sciences) • UP Baguio (Arts and Sciences) • UP Los Baños (Agricultural Sciences) • UP Manila (Health Sciences) • UP Visayas (Fisheries and Aquatic Resources) • UP Mindanao (Environment Science and Management) • UP Open University (Distance Education)

  8. Website: www.mainlib.upd.edu.ph

  9. Web OPAC: Search Form

  10. Web OPAC: Search Results

  11. Web OPAC: Record Details

  12. Online Subscriptions

  13. Online Subscriptions

  14. Online Publication: UP Library Bulletin

  15. e-Collaborative Project

  16. e-Collaborative Project

  17. e-Collaborative Project

  18. UP Integrated Library System (iLib) • Unique Features: • Based on open-source technologies • Runs on any platform (Linux, Windows, Mac) • Custom-developed for the UP Library System • Interfaced with other online services of the University (e.g. CRS, FIS, WebMail) • Has 6 Web-based Application modules integrated into one database system • Fully MARC-21 compliant

  19. iLib – OPAC Search Form

  20. iLib – OPAC Search Results

  21. iLib – OPAC Record Details

  22. iLib – OPAC MARC Record Display

  23. iLib – Cart List

  24. iLib – Cart List Preview

  25. iLib – Cataloging: Record Editor

  26. iLib – Cataloging: Shelf List Card

  27. iLib – Acquisitions: Order Form

  28. iLib – Circulation: Transaction Form

  29. iLib – Serials: Issue Management

  30. Philippine eLib Project (1) • a national information resource-sharing consortium among five government institutions, namely the: • Department of Science and Technology (DOST) • Commission on Higher Education (CHED) • Department of Agriculture • The National Library of the Philippines • UP Library System

  31. Philippine eLib Project (2) • Six (6) Components: • Network • Collection Build-up • Portal System • Digitization • Business Development • Training

  32. Philippine eLib Project (3) • Products and Services: • Union catalog of the 5 partner agencies (over a million bibliographic records) • Digitized Filipiniana materials (more than 11,000 full-text documents in PDF) • Access to online electronic journals and databases with fulltext (foreign) • Cyber Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI)

  33. Website: www.elib.gov.ph

  34. Website: Search Form

  35. Website: Search Results

  36. eLib: Record Details

  37. eLib: Book Cart List

  38. eLib: Print Preview - Bibliography

  39. eLib: Print Preview - Tabular

  40. eLib: Cart Items – Send to email

  41. Conclusion • Application of information and communications technology in academic libraries in the Philippines, particularly in the University, has strengthened and enhanced our capabilities to provide quality information services.