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1 Philippine Association of Academic and Research Librarians Newsletter Rm. 301 The National Library Building, T.M. Kalaw St., Ermita 1000 Manila Philippines No. 1 & 2 January June 2007 ISSN PAARL s 34 th Annual General Assembly and Induction/Awards Ceremonies at CEU I NSIDE T HIS I SSUE 1 PAARL s 34 th Annual General Assembly and Induction / Awards Ceremonies 2 Dr. Yabut Welcomes PAARL in CEU 3 Inspirational Message of Dr. Maria Cristina D. Padolina 4 Mrs. Marietta D. Molina s Acceptance Speech 5 Director Cruz named Outstanding Professional Librarian of the Year 6 Loreto Seriña leads PAARL 2006 Awardees 8 Report of the Outgoing President PAARL Financial Statement 11 PAARL Board Planning Seminar, New Appointments, PAARL donates to PLAI, PAARL presence in PRISSAAP Congress 12 Love and Happiness: Gateway to Success in Library Profession, PAARL P.R.O finishes Graduate Studies 13 PAARL Summer Conference 2007 in Pangasinan 15 My Trip to the Emerging Trends in Libraries and Information Services 16 List of PAARL Paid Members as of March Upcoming Events Lourdes Roman January 26, 2007 marked PAARL s 34 th Annual General Assembly and Induction/Awards Ceremonies. Held at the Tech Center Room of Centro Escolar University, the Annual General Assembly was called to order by Sr. Ignatius Tal Placido, SPC of St. Paul University Manila, 2006 PAARL President. On her President s Report, Sr. Ignatius cited the activities, accomplishments and special projects of the 2006 PAARL Executive Board. The special projects on Union Catalog of Local History Materials on Region I and Core Collection for College Libraries were reported by Mrs. Sally Arlante and Ms. Flor Mallari of the University of the Philippines respectively. Ms. Angelita Timbangcaya of the University of Santo Tomas, 2006 Treasurer, presented her financial report. Ms. Lolita Gonzales, Chair of the 2006 Committee on Elections announced the results of PAARL elections. Miss. Elvira B. Lapuz of the University of the Philippines was the Master of Ceremonies. Ms. Rosalinda Robles of San Beda College led the invocation. Dr. Maria Clara Perlita Erna P. Yabut, AVP for Research and Evaluation of Centro Escolar University warmly welcomed the guests and participants. Dr. Teresita G. Hernandez of Centro Escolar University ably introduced the Guest of Honor, Dr. Maria Cristina D. Padolina, President of the same institution. Continued on page 2 January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 1

2 Finding and organizing information and interpreting information needs called librarian. And I think this is the composition of this organization. It is interesting to note that the PAARL caters to two types of library composition, the academic and research libraries or it can be both. The academic library is located at the campuses of colleges and universities and serves primarily the students and faculty and other academic institutions while research libraries are intended for supporting scholarly research and course materials. Moreover, research libraries are most often academic libraries or national libraries. Modern libraries of the world are moving at the cutting edge of the digital and now gearing into the more imaginative and futuristic orientation. The PAARL officers and members can also do their share to modernize the library where they serve by training all the noble objectives of promoting equitable access and effective use of information policy Dr. Yabut Welcomes PAARL in CEU development, better standards of library services and linkages with other similar organizations. Indeed, most libraries have electronic catalog databases. If there will be no dedicated and committed librarians to do the noble task of helping all library users that ask their assistance, the one stop shop of great ideas and information is in vain. That is why the role of the librarian is very important. The PAARL can still move ahead long, you can promote maximal use of library facilities and vast accumulations. You can help formulate policies to maintain permanent collections and always provide easy access to all necessary materials not to forget the basic task of library management. And to the librarians, both new and old alike, there are always a lot of opportunities to do innovative things with technology, continue to hone your skills as facilitators of knowledge and analysis of tremendous amounts of knowledge. Keep yourself abreast Dr. Yabut, AVP-RE of CEU. with the various digital tools now used in modern libraries. Likewise, help develop other successful programs and offer free library services with those entities with financial difficulties and help the less fortunate ones. Again, I extend my heartfelt congratulations to the elected officers and 2007 Board of Directors and to our awardees for their contribution to the area of library profession. In behalf of the CEU Administration, I welcome you all to CEU and good day. PAARL s 34 th Annual from p.1 *********************************************************************************************** Dr. Padolina inducted into office the 2007 Officers and Board of Directors of the Philippine Association of Academic and Research Librarians. Marietta D. Molina (Centro Escolar University), President; Loreto T. Garcia (Jose Rizal University), Vice-President; Lourdes d.c. Roman (San Beda College), Secretary; Jocelyn T. Balangue (De La Salle University), Treasurer; Christine B. Arellano (Saint Paul University-Quezon City), Auditor; Christopher C. Paras (Southeast Asian College, Inc.), Public Relations Officer; Sonia Lourdes L. David (Ateneo Professional Schools), Veronica M. Jose (Mapua Institute of Technology), Purita P. Uson (Philippine Women s University), Directors and Sr. Ignatius R. Tal Placido, SPC (St. Paul University- Manila), Ex-Officio. Mrs. Marietta D. Molina delivered her Message as PAARL President for The awardees for 2006 were presented by Ms. Fe Angela M. Versoza, Chair Committee on Awards. Ms. Susan Pador accepted the award for Ateneo de Manila University Rizal Library as the year s Outstanding Academic/Research Library. Mrs. Prudenciana Cruz, Mrs. Sally Arlante and Mrs. Flora Valmonte accepted the awards for Philippine E-lib as Outstanding Library Program of the Year. Ms. Florenda D. Mallari and Ms. Linda L. Mondoñedo received the Outstanding Academic Librarians award. Mrs. Dionisia M. Angeles was given the Professional Service Award. Mrs. Loreto Seriña, Lifetime Achievement Awardee delivered her response on behalf of the Awardees. Sr. Ignatius R. Tal Placido awarded certificates of appreciation to Academic Book Sales, Inc., Anvil Publishing, Inc., Book Trend Enterprises, EBSCO Publishing, EDCA Publishing & Distributing Corporation, F & J De Jesus Inc., Felta Multimedia, Inc., Forefront Book Co., Inc., Goodwill Bookstore, Linar Educational Materials, Great Books Trading, Megatexts Phil., Inc., Rex Book Store, Inc., Swets Information Services. The programme was capped by the address delivered by Mrs. Loreto Garcia. January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 2

3 Inspirational Message on the occasion of PAARL s 34 th Annual General Assembly and Awards / Induction Ceremonies Dr. Maria Cristina D. Padolina President, Centro Escolar University Greetings first to our distinguished guests and the members and officers of the organization, Philippine Association of Academic and Research Librarians! Thank you very much for this opportunity to be with you and thank you for letting me talk to you. I don t know about being the most qualified but it s a challenge to all of us. Your role as librarian (actually that word librarian is an old-fashioned name). What is the best? Information Professional. That only goes to show how much development there has been in your field. Your field is one of those areas that have really been so much enriched by the development in information and communication technology. You have a very important goal in the present battle cry of all educational institutions and i.e. to work for lifelong learning. So you are the ones who would have a key role in that goal of all educational institutions regardless of the nature. Because nowadays, an organization that does not know how to learn is an organization that is due to fail, so all organizations have that obligation to learn, to be kept informed about what is going on around the world, around the environment and that is why we have terms such as benchmarking. This is again part of what is called lifelong learning largely apply to organizations and programs so your role has really changed and at the same time become more vital but I think you yourselves have to be the exemplars for lifelong learning and that is also why we are very glad to note that even the curriculum for information professionals have also been upgraded. When I was with the Commission on Higher Education when we worked on this particular area of the revised curriculum, I m very glad to have been part of that as well. I am a parent who always encourages our children to read. Every Christmas no fail even up to now that our children are already professionals and have children of their own, our children always get a book on Christmas. They can get other things but there is always a book for them on Christmas and it is a tradition that we have kept in our family and I am so glad to have participated in bringing up of our grandson. We have one grandchild and I was with them in the United States for this particular child of ours is based in the United States. I had the pleasure of taking care of him when he was four months old. But even at four months old, I was already starting him on reading books. And if you think that four months old babies don t appreciate books, I know you yourselves would say that it is not true. I am so glad to know that up to now our grandson seems to have imbibed that. He loves books, he would get his books and give it to you to be read. I know that this particular skill is decreasing among our students because of the presence of other media that they used. So, naturally our libraries also have to start containing all those other media. But I hope that you as librarians will continue to campaign for reading of books. There is still no substitute to books. When I was with the Open University and we were thinking of various media that can be used for distant education. I would often read that the print medium is still one of the best. The book is still the best that you can rely on. It is the most reliable actually because you don t need anything other than yourself to operate it and the book is really a good information material. I hope that even other media would become more popular, there would still be a campaign for reading books and really starts from the home. It is a campaign that has to be waged with parents and it is something that the parents will not regret. One of the things that is a concern among us information professionals is copyright and plagiarism. When you give an assignment to students, nowadays, it is easy for them to cut and paste from information in the Internet so our faculty also have to be aware of these things and to know how to cope with this. That is one thing that is indigenous to us while they bring many benefits, they also bring many challenges to all of us. I am sure that when all of these technologies have started to come in, you were probably a little bit threatened as to how you would fare in this communications technology. There will never be a substitute to the human component in all of these activities, particularly in the activity of learning. Congratulations to this organization because you have a big role in helping universities achieve their goals of education. I am glad that there such an organization that provides all of these services that librarians need. Looking at the various activities that you have conducted through the years, it is organization that is appreciated by many. To the officers, congratulations and challenges follow to your leadership. Magandang umaga at mabuhay tayong lahat. January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 3

4 Mrs. Marietta D. Molina s Acceptance Speech PAARL President 2007 The President, Dr. Maria Cristina Padolina, AVP Dr. Erna Yabut, Director Prudenciana Cruz of The National Library, PAARl s past presidents, fellow PAARL members, ladies and gentlemen, a pleasant Good Morning. I don t know if I am still dreaming, if this is a nightmare, because I never planned to be occupying this highest position of PAARL. I served the association from as Secretary and two years as treasurer. The position I was holding was a delicate one because handling the finances was not an easy task, but with the proper management of the board of officers, everything went smoothly. When we had our organizational meeting last December 16, 2006, I met the other members of the newly elected officers and most of them belong to the younger generation. So I thought this would be good, because the association, would have a more younger and energetic leader, but the selection was done according to age. A senior citizen was elected president and the vice-president, Mrs. Loreto Garcia whose age most probably is next to me were chosen by the members of the board of directors. Well, anyway, its here already, whether I like it or not, I have to perform my job as president and of course the other officers will be very supportive to the mission/vision of the association. We congratulate the previous PAARL Board for the success of all the activities which they undertook under the leadership of Sis. Ignatius Tal Placido. It was a job well done. Let s give them a round of applause. To be a member of the Executive board is not a simple thing. It is not enough to say I am the president, or vicepresident, but you promise to work for the association. It is a commitment to serve the association without expecting something in return, except the feeling of satisfaction that you did your best to serve PAARL for the benefit of the members. Last January 8, 2007, we had our organizational planning on what we want to do and offer during our one year term. The following items were taken up: 1. Reviewed the functions of each officer 2. Duties of the different committees 3. Planning for the major activities for the whole year. a) Two major seminars will be offered: 1. Summer conference: tentatively scheduled on April 25-27,2007 and tentative venue : Pangasinan. The committee on Conference is now scouting for a good place where we can hold the conference. 2. Another major seminar in October There is a plan to hold it in the south, but we still have to decide on it. b) Three forums are scheduled on the following dates: 1. March 29, August, will coincide with the Book fair activity 3. November, 2007-in celebration of the National Book week c) Special Project With the finished project on Filipiniana Core Collection in Social Science, compiled by Ms. Florenda Mallari and Elvie Lapuz, maybe we can expand this project to other discipline. Again Ms. Mallari has been voted to chair the Committee on Special Project. Thank you to the committee. With the assistance of our Council of Experts, we are confident that we will also succeed just like what have been accomplished by the previous leadership. Rest assured that we will update you with new information or you may open the PAARL website for new information. At this point, I would like to announce the different standing committee chairmen for the year 2007 and we are confident that they would be more than willing to extend their helping hands in every activity that the present Board would undertake. A. Standing Committees: 1. Committee on Conference Mrs. Loreto Garcia, Chair Mr. Christopher Paras, Vice chair 1.1. Physical Facilities, Publicity and Documentation Mrs. Lourdes Roman 1.2. Program, Invitation to Speakers, Certificates Mrs. Loreto Garcia 1.3. Invitation to PAARL Members Mr. Christopher Paras Mrs. Veronica Jose 1.4. Registration Mrs. Jo Balangue, Chair Ms. Purita Uson, Vice chair 1.5. Food Ms. Sonia Lourdes David Ms. Christine Arellano 2. Committee on Membership Mrs. Veronica Jose, Chair Ms. Ana Maria Fresnido, Co-chair 3. Committee on Ways and Means Ms. Purita Uson, Chair Mrs. Jo Balangue, Co-chair 4. Committee on Laws & Legislation Ms. Fe Angela Verzosa, Chair Ms. Sonia Lourdes David, Co-chair 5. Committee on Awards and Scholarship Mrs. Dionisia Angeles 6. NOMELEC Mrs. Rebecca Jocson B. Ad Hoc Committees 1. PAARLNET Ms. Angie Timbangcaya 2. Special Project Mrs. Florenda Mallari, Chair Ms. Elvie Lapuz, Co-chair 3. International Affairs Mrs. Teresita Moran C. Council of Elders January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 4

5 I would say that this is the Council of Experts, because the names are already experienced PAARL past presidents and they have proven their commitment to the organization for many years. I am referring to the following: 1. Mrs. Salvacion Arlante 2. Ms. Lolita Gonzales 3. Dr. Teresita Hernandez 4. Ms. Fe Angela Verzosa 5. Mrs.Marlo Chavez We hope that just like in the past they will always be with us in every activity of the association. We thank you for accepting the committee chairmanship and the as members of the council. In closing I would like to share with you what our parish priest said in his definition of DREAMS M - Make a sacrifice Each one has to make a sacrifice to leave his work and even the family during out of town seminars. S-Set a time table It is important to schedule the activities ahead of time to ensure a smooth preparation of every activity. Lastly, in behalf of the Board of Directors, I wish to thank the CEU Administration, Dr. Carmelita Lao, Miss Carmita Suiza, Head of the Physical Plant Department, my head, Dr. Teresita Hernandez, and the staff who gave their support in the preparation of this activity. Thank you, and we really hope that each one of us supports the association by attending the major seminars and forum that PAARL will offer. Good day. D Determination. Each one of us should be determined to commit and serve the association to the best of what we can offer our members. R- Resistant. Resist to criticisms. In every activity, there is always suggestions, opinions, etc. and all these are for improvement of the members for the good of the association. E-Enlist people- Have a list of names of persons which you think you could trust and comfortable to discuss matters. A-Appreciate Appreciate on what you have done and accomplished even how small it is. Mrs. Molina with Dr. Teresita Hernandez and colleagues from CEU. Director Cruz named Outstanding Professional Librarian of the Year Christine B. Arellano PAARL congratulates Director Prudenciana C. Cruz of The National Library for being recognized by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) as the Outstanding Professional Librarian of the Year Mrs. Marietta Molina, Mr. Christopher Paras and Mrs. Jocelyn Balangue attended the conferment of the PRC Awards at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza, Pasay City last June 22, The citation of Director Cruz reads: For exemplary dedication, competence and integrity in the practice of her profession which earned her prestigious awards such as, the Ten Outstanding Boholanos in the Whole World and the Philippine Librarians Association, Inc. (PLAI) Service Award in 2006, the 2005 ADOC Award for the Best e-practices in Taipei and the Hall of Fame Award by the PLAI in 2004 among others; for her outstanding innovations and modern contributions as Director of the National Library of the Philippines, as Project Manager and Steering Committee member of the Philippine elib Project and as an effective writer, publisher and resource speaker updating other librarians about their profession; for her important involvement and active leadership in various local and international professional activities which put Filipino Librarians at the forefront of international librarianship; and for her deep concern on social responsibility which she amply demonstrated through her active participation in the Carlos P. Garcia Foundation, Inc. and Kaliwat Alburanon in Metro Manila, Inc. (Source: prudenciana.html) January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 5

6 Loreto Serina leads PAARL 2006 Awardees Fe Angela M. Verzosa, 2000 and 2004 PAARL President At the General Assembly and Awarding Ceremonies held last 25 January 2007 at Centro Escolar University, six awards were presented for the year 2006 by the Chairman of the Committee on Scholarships and Awards, Ms. Fe Angela M. Verzosa, PAARL President for 2000 and The Lifetime Achievement Award went to Mrs. LORETO M. SERIÑA as a hallmark to her distinguished career of more than four decades dedicated to the cause of Philippine academic librarianship, having served as chief librarian of Jose Rizal University, as library accreditor, and as member of the PRC Board for Librarians. Also, she was awarded for her exemplary dedication and service to the association in various capacities as officer, director, President, and adviser, and for her outstanding contribution to other library associations, particularly as President of the Philippine Librarians Association Inc., and especially for her outreach programs, and other worthy activities. The Outstanding Library Award was given to ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY RIZAL LIBRARY in recognition of its outstanding contribution to academic and research librarianship through its commitment to library cooperation, particularly in information networking and linkages, for its outstanding leadership in national and regional library development, particularly in the areas of collection development, library management, education and training, information and documentation services, and the preservation of the country s rich cultural heritage, and for its continued support of PAARL s objectives, activities, and undertakings. The PHILIPPINE E-LIBRARY PROJECT was presented the Outstanding Library Project Award for its exemplary contribution to academic librarianship as one of the priority projects endorsed by the Information Technology and ecommerce Council under the egov initiatives of the President, in successfully initiating a resource sharing program by providing a portal that contains a union catalog of the holdings of the cooperating libraries with links to these resources; for initiating the digitization of valuable indigenous resources such as theses and dissertations, scholarly publications, and rare materials that represent the country s cultural heritage. Mrs. Prudenciana C. Cruz, together with CEU President Cristina Padolina and Mrs. Salvacion Arlante, received the award on behalf of the project sponsor. In recognition of her remarkable contribution to the advancement of academic librarianship, as academic librarian in the premier library institution at the University of the Philippines, as a library educator, leader, project coordinator and facilitator, for her commitment to PAARL s objectives, having served as Vice-President and Conference organizer, and for her continued support and cooperation in its activities and undertakings. Mrs. FLORENDA D. MALLARI, was given the Outstanding Academic Librarian Award. The Outstanding Academic Librarian Award for the Visayas/Mindanao region was given to Dr. LINDA C. MONDOÑEDO, for her outstanding contribution in the field of academic librarianship as an educator and leader, for sharing her expertise with fellow librarians, initiating greater cooperation and better coordination with and among librarians in the consortium of Cagayan de Oro Cooperating Academic Libraries, for her commitment to PAARL s objectives as demonstrated by her continued support and cooperation in its activities and undertakings, and for her service to other library organizations, as Vice President of CCAL and Officer/director of Misamis Oriental Librarians Association. The 2006 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AWARD went to Mrs. DIONISIA M. ANGELES, 2005 PAARL President, in recognition of her distinguished service to the Association, for her contribution to academic librarianship in her capacity as Chief Librarian of the Philippine Women s University, as officer/director of other library associations in various capacities, particularly the Philippine Librarians Association, Inc., and as a library teacher and accreditor. Mrs. Seriña receives Lifetime Achievement Award from Dr. Padolina. January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 6

7 Also for the year 2006, Ms. Corazon M. Nera, Chairman of the PRC Board for Librarians and Library Director of Lyceum of the Philippines received the Sponsorship Award granted in the amount of P 10,000 to attend an international conference. Finally, for the year 2006, PAARL granted Sponsorship Awards to sixteen (16) librarians to enable them to attend the XIII Congress for Southeast Asian Librarians held at EDSA Shangrila in Makati City last March These librarians were: Ma. Celestial M. Acha Iloilo State College of Fisheries Dumangas, Iloilo Teresita O. Eco University of Southeastern Philippines Davao City Nena V. Maneja Mondrian Aura College Olongapo City Phoebe Jane V. Navarrete Asia Pacific Theological Seminary Baguio City Marites K. Chavez Accademia di Maria Mediatrici Salawag, Dasmariñas, Cavite Charity R. Mahusay San Sebastian College-Recoletos de Cavite Santa Cruz, Cavite City Ermina M. de Leon University of the Assumption San Fernando City, Pampanga Lourdes Salvador Palawan State University Puerto Princesa City Maria Teresa P. Baylon President CLLA PNU Agusan Campus Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur Maxie Doreen L. Cavaron University of San Carlos P. del Rosario, Cebu City Ana A. Mainit Central Visayas State College of Agriculture Forestry and Technology Zamora St., Bilar, Bohol Corazon B. Garcia Holy Name University Tagbilaran City, Bohol Amelita R. Casala Canossa Academy San Carlos, Lipa City, Batangas Jocelyn B. Tolo Northeastern Cebu Colleges Danao City, Cebu Elma M. Alibangbang Saint Theresa College Tandag, Surigao del Sur Betsie Manaligod-dela Cruz Isabela State University San Mateo Campus, Isabela Dr. Padolina with Ms. Pador of ADMU; Ms. Verzosa with Sr. Ignatius, SPC, Dir. Cruz, Prof. Arlante, Ms. Valmonte and Dr. Padolina. Mrs. Mallari; Dr. Padolina with Dr. Mondoñedo and Sr. Ignatius Tal Placido, SPC; Dr. Padolina with Mrs. Angeles. January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 7

8 Report of the Outgoing President 2006 Sr. Ignatius Tal Placido, SPC I. INDUCTION OF OFFICERS Distinguished guests, dear Past Presidents, fellow Librarians, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the 34 th PAARL General Assembly, Induction and Awards Ceremonies. The PAARL Board of 2006, the Standing and Ad-hoc Committees humbly report to you today the programs and activities conducted in 2006 participated in by the members and other librarians and information professionals which were really blessed by the Lord. Ms. Wynna Marie Medina, President of St. Paul University Manila inducted into office the PAARL Board and Officers for 2006 at the Conference Room B of St. Paul University Manila on January 31, 2006, Wednesday. II. BOARD MEETINGS Before the Regular Meetings, the PAARL Board had the Annual Planning Workshop at the St. Paul Center for Renewal in Alfonso, Cavite. The Chairs of the various committees were appointed and the tentative topics and activities for 2006 were discussed. The Board sat on twelve regular meetings and one special meeting on September 3, III. SEMINAR-WORKSHOPS The Board organized only two major seminars because it gave up one in favor of CONSAL. The first was a National Summer Conference entitled: Library and Information Services: New Paradigms for the Digital Age on May 17-19, 2006 in Mount St. Paul, Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet with 138 participants excluding the Board. The Conference was geared towards redefining our library agenda for the future, taking into consideration the challenges of innovation and technology, creating a training environment focused on innovative approaches in library services, strengthening current awareness in information access, library security and safety, and other immediate concerns. La Trinidad Mayor Nestor Fongwan graced the first day of the Conference as Keynote Speaker. On the last day, the participants were treated to a sightseeing tour of La Trinidad s strawberry and flower gardens, through the courtesy and generosity of the Mayor. The second Seminar-Workshop was on Empowering Information Professionals to Make a Difference, held at the Fernando Hall, Ateneo de Naga University, Naga City on October 23-25, The participants actively participated and were truly satisfied because they were guided in completing a whole research project. They were filled with interest and enthusiasm to do research in their libraries. Ms. Angela Verzosa and Dr. Flordeliza Reyes both retired faculty members of DLSU were the resource persons for the seminar-workshop. The group had a tour of the Raul Roco Library, the Cathedral, the Shrine of our Lady of Peñafrancia and a museum in Naga. IV. FORA The first forum was held on April 6, 2006 and attended by about 100 librarians. It was almost Holy Week and the theme chosen was, Hearts, Secret Spaces for a Library of Wonders, facilitated by Sister Mary Vianney Ramirez, SPC. She led the attendees to a journey of their lives as librarians and the topic was on the greatest Love of Jesus for mankind. The participants went home full of love: for their collection in their own particular libraries, to serve their patrons and most of all, to serve God. The second forum was on August 30, 2006 during the International Book Fair at the Function Room B, World Trade Center, Financial Center Area, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City. There were more than 80 librarians and information professionals present. The forum focused on the topic, managing and handling electronic resources, E-Books, E- Publishing and E-Libraries Ms. Salvacion Arlante, Ms. Jean Tiu and Mr. Aaron Joshua Tiu composed the panel of speakers and reactors. The third forum was on Resource Generation and Funding for Libraries on November 29, 2006 at the National Library Auditorium, T.M.Kalaw, Manila. This was PAARL s contribution to the National Book Week Celebration. The resource speaker was Ms. Lourdes David, Library Director of the Rizal Library, Ateneo de Manila University. The main topic was geared towards finding additional resources in terms of materials collection, funding for staff development and training for the effective delivery of library services. The participants expressed a desire to have a follow up and a workshop. There were 127 attendees since it was free for members. The PAARL Board was requested by the Chairman of the Board for Librarians to join the BFL and TNL to organize a Special 2- days forum on the First Meeting of Philippine Experts in Cataloging. This was held at the National Library on November 16 and 17, There were 73 paid attendees. The objectives of the meeting were: to know the major international developments in cataloging affecting the teaching and practice of cataloging in the Philippines; to come up with a country report on the current practices on cataloging; to comment and review the draft Statement of an International Cataloging Principles; to comment and review the list of competencies for the Filipino cataloger; and to form a working group to study and to formulate a National Cataloging Policy for Philippine Materials and Authority Files. V. SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS The recipients of the Awards for 2006: Masteral Thesis Grant Simeona Delfin & Mary Ann Jimenez January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 8

9 Grant to attend International Conference: Ms. Corazon Nera National Representative to the 4 th IFLA Meeting of Experts on an International Cataloging Code in Seoul, Korea, August 16-18, Awardees Lifetime Achievement Award Loreto M. Seriña Outstanding Academic Librarian Award Dr. Linda Mondoñedo and Florenda Mallari Outstanding Library Award - Rizal Library ADMU Outstanding Library Program Award Director Prudenciana C. Cruz (Philippine E- Library Project) Professional Service Award Dionisia M. Angeles VI. MEMBERSHIP FOR 2006 Total number of paid individual membership 344 Total number of paid institutional membership 102 TOTAL 452 VII. PAARL NEWSLETTER AND DIRECTORY OF MEMBERS The Publications Committee chaired by Ms. Elvie Lapuz was able to publish four issues of the PAARL Newsletter. The Membership Committee chaired by Ms. Ana Maria B. Fresnido for 2006, Ms. Ma. Cristina B. Samson for 2005 with Ms. Fe Angela M. Verzosa did publish the PAARL Directory of Members VIII. FINANCIAL STATUS The Treasurer, Ms. Angelita Timbangcaya shall give a separate report. IX. NOMINATION AND ELECTION Ms. Lolit Gonzales will give her report as Chair of the NOMELEC X. SPECIAL PROJECTS a. Ms. Salvacion Arlante will give her report on the completion of the project. b. Ms. Flor Mallari will give her report on the core collection of Filipiniana materials. XI. OTHER PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES a. PAARL Endorsement Ms. Fe Angela Verzosa was nominated by PAARL to the PRC Outstanding Professional of the Year Award in the field of Library Science in June 2006, and which was unanimously approved by the BFL-PLAI Committee on Awards. b. PAARL Outreach The PAARL Board gave an outreach activity in the form of a 2-day seminar-workshop to the librarians of Zambales both public and private. This took place on August 27-28, 2006 in St. Augustine s School, Iba, Zambales. The objective of the seminar was to assist and guide the librarians, professional and non-professional in the effective and efficient delivery of library services and resources. Vice- Mayor Jun Farin gave the welcome remarks. The typhoon Milenyo did not dampen the spirit of the participants. They all came back on the 2 nd day. There were about 70 participants. Another outreach activity that PAARL had was a donation of Elementary books mostly sponsored by Don Buhain, Vice President of REX Bookstore. The beneficiary of the donation was the Aklatang Pambata in Quezon City. The library is under a volunteer librarian. c. PAARL actively joined the Fun Walk and and members of the Board prepared sandwiches for the participants.in celebration of the National Book Week d. Four PAARL librarians participated in the PLAI Fellowship Dinner, gave a Dance number and won a prize. XII. CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION In recognition of the valuable support of our Sponsors and Benefactors, we would like to present a simple certificate of appreciation to the following: i. Academic Book Sales, Inc. ii. Anvil Publishing iii. Book Trend Enterprises iv. EBSCO Publishing v. EDCA Publishing and Distributing Corporation vi. F & J De Jesus Inc. vii. Felta Multimedia, Inc. viii. Forefront Book Co. Inc. ix. Goodwill Bookstore x. Linar Educational Materials xi. Great BooksTrading xii. Megatexts Phils. Inc. xiii. Rex Bookstore, Inc. xiv. SWETS Information Services CONCLUSION In conclusion, I would like to express my deepest appreciation and gratitude to: Members of the Board for their excellent cooperation, generosity and support I shall miss you all and the beautiful family spirit that we had. Thank you for the gift of your persons Chairs of the Standing and Ad-Hoc Committees for accepting their assignment and all those who helped us in one way or another All members of PAARL, for participating and attending the seminars and fora And lastly, I thank God for the grace and opportunity He has given me to serve PAARL. God bless us all. THANK YOU! PAARL congratulates Sr. Ignatius on her 45 th year as member of the SPC Congregation! January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 9

10 PAARL Financial Statement January to December 2006 Prepared and submitted by Angelita P. Timbangcaya, Treasurer 2006 Beginning Cash, January 1, , Cash in Bank: Savings BPI 467, Cash in Bank: Savings PNB 5, Cash on Hand Add: Receipts/Income 1, Bank Interest 3, Consal Rebates 34, Credit Memo 37, Donations 10, Exhibitor Fees 69, Forum Fees 28, Meals 12, Membership Fees (Individual) 54, Membership Fees (Institutional) 52, Others 5, Outstanding Checks 3, Seminar Fees 821, Transportation (chartered bus for seminars) 45, TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR ,651, Less: Expenses 1,057, Accommodations (for seminar) 297, Consal Rebate 2, Equipment 51, Food/Drinks (for Gen. Assembly, seminars) 177, Honoraria (for project encoders/speakers/awardees) 97, Legal Fees Mimeo/Printing/Newsletter 98, Misc. 66, Other Expense (to be reimburse) 43, Photocopying/Xerox 14, Postage/Mailing 27, Refund 1, Reservation 18, Scholarship Grant 5, Supplies (Seminar kits, certifictes, etc.) 20, Tax Withheld Telephone Transportation (chartered bus for seminars) 133, Ending Cash Balance, 31 December , Composition of Fund Balances as of December 31, 2005 Cash in Bank: Savings BPI 565, Cash in Bank: Savings PNB 25, Cash on Hand Cash Advanced - A. Fresnido 3, Plus: Time deposit, Equitable/PCI 1,040, Plus: Time deposit, Interest for , TOTAL 1,744, vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 10

11 PAARL Board Conducts Planning Seminar Christine B. Arellano PAARL Board 2007 had a planning seminar in La Colina Resort, Antipolo City last January 8, Activities and projects for the entire year were set. It was also the venue for initial teambuilding of the new set of officers. See list of upcoming PAARL activities on page 20 of this issue. You may also join PAARL s yahoogroup for more updates. New Appointments In view of the resignation of Mrs. Lourdes Roman as Secretary of PAARL, Mrs. Marietta Molina, in her capacity as President of PAARL, and with the concurrence of the Board, appointed Mr. Christopher Paras as the new Secretary and Mrs. Lourdes Roman as the new Public Relations Officer effective February 15, PAARL donates to PLAI Christopher C. Paras PAARL donated (1) unit, 6 cu. ft. Samsung refrigerator to PLAI Office on May It was requested by Mrs. Susima Gonzales, PLAI President in her effort to revive the PLAI headquarters into a conducive and corporate-type venue for organizational meetings and activities of different library associations. In her letter dated June 12, 2007 addressed to PAARL Board thru its President, Mrs. Marietta Molina, she expressed her deep gratitude for granting her request and assured the Board for its proper use and maintenance. PAARL presence in PRISSAAP Congress Loreto T. Garcia Mrs. Loreto Garcia (Jose Rizal University), PAARL Vice President, was one of the speakers in the Private School Administrators Association of the Philippines (PRISSAAP) Congress and Assembly of School Librarians held last June at the Iloilo Grand Hotel in Iloilo City. Her topic was "Standards and Requirements for Basic Education Libraries". Other speakers were Ms. Lourdes David (Ateneo de Manila University), Ms. Corazon Nera (Lyceum and Board for Librarians) and Ms. Perla Garcia (formerly of De La Salle University). PAARL Vice President Mrs. Loreto Garcia (extreme right), together with PRISSAAP Participants in Iloilo City. January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 11

12 Love and Happiness: Gateway to Success in Library Profession Lourdes D.C. Roman PAARL had a heart-warming forum last March 29, 2007 at the Southeast Asian College, Inc. with Mr. Roberto O. Cabrillas as Speaker. Ms. Sonia Lourdes L. David was the emcee for the forum. It started with the invocation and national anthem led by Mrs. Lourdes D.C. Roman, P.R.O. Mrs. Loreto T. Garcia, Vice-President delivered the opening remarks and the welcome remarks on behalf of Mrs. Edita F. Enatsu, EVP & Treasurer, Southeast Asian College. Mrs. Marietta D. Molina, President introduced the Speaker. Bro. Obet as he is fondly called, is a writer of Kerygma Magazine, Didache and Gabay Daily Reflections. He tackled how love and happiness can lead to a meaningful life. A librarian who found love and happiness exudes joy in serving his/her clientele. Bro. Obet revealed the secrets to happiness: do not worry, simplify your life, count your blessings (don t sweat the small stuff), purify your heart, give thanks in all circumstances, discover the joy of serving the Lord and realize that the kingdom of God is within you. Further, he said that Two of the most beautiful things that the Lord gave us are life and love; therefore we must love life and live love. An activity led the participants to reflect on one s life as a librarian and have something to cherish when feeling low. Mrs. Molina capped the forum with her closing remarks. Indeed, the forum is a meaningful one for it led how to find love and happiness. CLOCKWISE: PAARL Board at the Registration Table; Bro. Obet with Mrs. Garcia, Mrs. Molina and Ms. Roman; Bro. Obet with the participants. PAARL P.R.O. finishes Graduate Studies PAARL congratulates Ms. Lourdes D.C. Roman for successfully completing her Master of Arts in Education with Specialization in Library Science last March 28, 2007 at Philippine Normal University. She is now the College Librarian of San Beda College Manila. January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 12

13 PAARL Summer 2007 PAARL Summer Conference 2007 dubbed Emerging Trends in Library and Information Services was held in Covelandia du Labrador, Labrador, Pangasinan last April 25 to 27, Speakers were Prof. Lourdes David (ADMU), Mrs. Corazon Nera (Lyceum) and Miss. Elvira Lapuz (UPD). 118 librarians and library staff from all over the Philippines attended the said conference, as well as publishers and book dealers. Aside from the added knowledge, participants went home with prizes from sponsors, and new found friends among colleagues. -Christine B. Arellano- January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 13

14 Conference in Pangasinan January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 14

15 My Trip to the Emerging Trends in Libraries and Information Services Melchor F. Cichon PART 1 As I promised to some of our friends that I would write a series of short articles on my observations, the lessons I learned from, and my comments on the 2007 National Summer Conference on Emerging Trends in Libraries and Information Services sponsored by PAARL in Bo. Tobuan,Labrador, Pangasinan. But first of all, my warmest congratulations to the officers and staff of PAARL for their efforts, sacrifices, and time just to make this conference a success--especially to PAARL President Mrs.Marietta Delfin Molina for her able leadership. When I learned from my boss, Ms. Teresita R. Ledesma, that I would attend the 2007 Summer Conference of PAARL in Pangasinan, I immediately checked the internet if PAARL has an egroup, and indeed there is (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/paarl/). I immediately joined in it. My first objective was to know if PAARL officers had additional information on the conference aside from the leaflet they sent to our institution. My other objective was to be online with other librarians. The Opening Prayer Before the start of the activities of the conference, someone sung/prayed. Although I failed to get the exact lyrics of the opening song-prayer, I could remember a line like Make me your servant Lord. The Mayor's Message After the opening prayer/singing, a representative of the mayor of Labrador, Pangasinan spoke. In her speech, Mrs. Gloria E. de los Santos said that the mayor could not come to the conference because he was very busy campaigning as he was running for mayor. The representative said that although Labrador is a small town, the area is peaceful. There are some beautiful places to see. One of which is a white beach. And those who like to visit the area would be brought to the place free of charge. Unfortunately, majority of the group did not like to go there. They preferred the Hundred Islands. The master of ceremonies, Ms. Loreto T. Garcia, told the group that Labrador has some delicacies like puto. They also have a lot of bangus. They have evergreen mountains. The Participants If the number of participants to the Conference is the basis for a successful conference, then the said conference in Labrador, Pangasinan was a success. All in all, there were 118 participants coming from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. The farthest came from Dipolog City. And the most number of participants came from Saint Scholastica s College Manila--14. Significantly, the number of male participants was outnumbered by the female participants. But it was also observable that there were many beautiful and handsome intelligent young participants. Their talents came when a workshop on research-based decisionmaking was held at the end of the conference, and in the cultural show that came on the first night of the conference. So were the senior citizens. *** Melchor F. Cichon is the Head Librarian of the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, University of the Philippines in the Visayas, Miag-ao, Iloilo. Library Security The first lecture in the conference was delivered by Engr. John Mark A. Empig of 3M Philippines. He talked on library security. He first defined security as "the acquisition, organization and distribution of resources (human, physical, monetary) to ensure adequate protection of historical and cultural information of enduring value and access for present and future generation" (Paul Conway). He said that security means freedom from danger, protection from unauthorized access, loss avoidance, damage prevention, and reduction of long-term threat posed by improper environmental conditions and from the human beings themselves. To counter-act these threats, the library administrator should establish a security plan on the vulnerability of the library resources, must identify the assets and threats; must evaluate existing policies/procedures, establish priorities, and identify person responsible and areas of responsibilities. What are these assets? These include books and periodicals, audio-visual materials, archives and manuscripts, computers and electronic resources, and the staff. These non-human assets can be vulnerable to theft or loss, damage/destruction by fire, earthquake or flood, and damage by neglect. To prevent these unnecessary damage of electronic resources, library administrator should establish access policies on physical access and /or intellectual access, free access vs restricted access, open stacks vs. closed stacks, use of passwords for computer access, admittance regulations, who should have access and points of access. Engr. Empig gave some practical points on how to deter thefts. He said that librarians should learn to think like thieves; they should install security devices like locks, grills, alarms, cameras, timers. Librarians should engage in close supervision, must conduct surveillance and must put up signages. Other important points shared by Engr. Empig on library security was to control the exterior of the library by providing close watch of entrance/exits and access points; sufficient lighting; intrusion-detection system, knowledge of physical lay-out and obstructive landscaping. Still another pointer shared by Engr. Empig was to insure the building and its contents. But one must only insure the marketable items. To make this advantageous to the library, library administrator should consult appraiser for value and conduct the reappraisal every five years. At the same time, one must know the coverage of the insurance policy. Before he presented the security system 3M has manufactured, Engr. Empig enumerated the common hazards, both environment and the people themselves: temperature, humidity, light, insects and rodents, fungi, mold, mildew, acid, fire and water. People can also be a potential hazard as they use ink/pens, and adhesives. They tear the pages of the library materials, they spill food/drink on these materials. And worst of all, they steal library materials. Continued next issue. January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 15

16 List of PAARL Paid Members January to May 2007 Prepared by Veronica M. Jose I n d i v i d u a l M e m b e r s NAME INSTITUTION ADDRESS Abenojar, Aquilino University of the East Library C.M. Recto Ave., Manila Addatu, Maryfel Technological University of the Philippines Manila Aguado, Chely Jan St. Scholastica's College Leon Guinto Street, Manila Alavanza, Fe Jose Rizal Maritime State College Dapitan City Aler, Olivia Immaculate Concepcion Academy Greenhills, San Juan Alonzo, Arlene Mapua Institute of Technology Muralla St. Intramuros, Manila Amiscaray, Isabel M Philippine Nuclear Research Institute Commonwealth Ave., Diliman, Quezon City Angeles, Cresencia Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Araceli, Fr. Alfonso Divine Word Missionaries Pulang Lupa, Trento, 8505 Agusan del Sur Aralar, Mercedes Philippine Women s University Taft Avenue, Manila Atienza, Alejandro Lipa City Colleges Lipa City Bacud, Evelyn O. Colegio de San Juan de Letran Calamba City Baking, Remedios Holy Family Academy - High Cutcut, Angeles city Balangue, Jocelyn T. De La Salle University 2401 Taft Avenue, Manila Baleva, Victoria P Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Baon, Almira P. UPHR Molino Cavite City Basa, Leilani University of Northern Philippines Vigan City, Ilocos Sur Bautista, Rhodora G. Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Baygan, Rhodora Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Bebeng, Jane L. Colegio de San Juan de Letran Calamba City, Laguna Bellosillo, Leslie St. Scholastica's College Leon Guinto, Malate, Manila Bite,Christopher Hermes De La Salle Zobel School Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City Bombales, Carmela Ateneo Professional Schools Library 20 Rockwell Drive, Makati City Buenaflor, Estela La Consolacion College Mendiola, Manila Cabello, Evangeline Kalinga Apayao State College Tabuk, Kalinga Cabrito, Cecilia De La Salle Zobel School Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City Cabudoy, Estrella Xavier Univ. Ateneo de Cagayan Corrales Ave., Cagayan de Oro City Cadelina, Rosario T Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig Pasig City Camonangan, Luisa Andrea St. Scholastica's Academy Marikina City Caparas, Felicidad De La Salle University 2401 Taft Avenue, Manila Caparas, Heremia De La Salle Zobel School Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City Cariaga, Hazel Pia Northwestern University Airport Avenue, Laoag City 2900 Carillo, Maylyn Immaculate Concepcion Academy Greenhills, San Juan Cerna-Reyes, Rosemarie Manila Central University EDSA, Caloocan City Chavez, Marites Congressional National high School Dasmarinas, Cavite Cichon, Melchor University of the Philippines Visayas Miag-ao, Iloilo, Visayas Cinbal, Annabel S. Far Eastern University Makati 5/F RCBC Plaza Tower!!, Ayala Ave., Makati City Clarianes, Elvira University of Rizal System Tanay, Rizal Clemente, Nora V Northwestern University Airport Avenue, Laoag City 2900 Coronel, Ma. Priscilla Don Bosco Technical College Mandaluyong City Cruz, Jennifer UPHR Molino Cavite City Dalimot, Olivia Northwestern University Airport Avenue, Laoag City 2900 David, Amelita AMG-SHTCI San Indefonso, Bulacan David, Sonia Lourdes Ateneo Professional Schools Library 20 Rockwell Drive, Makati City De Guzman, Paulita Ateneo Professional Schools Library 20 Rockwell Drive, Makati City De la Cruz, Cheryl B. St. Paul University Iloilo City De la Cruz, Emelicita University of the East Library C.M. Recto Ave., Manila January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 16

17 De la Torre, Aisa Ateneo Professional Schools Library 20 Rockwell Drive, Makati City De Nully, Corazon Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila De Vera, Lydia Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Del Mundo, Gloria Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Delfin, Imelda Phil. Nuclear Research Institute Commonwealth Ave., Diliman, Quezon City Delfin, Simeona C. World Citi Colleges 960 Aurora Blvd. Quezon City Diego, Fely University of the East Library C.M. Recto Ave., Manila Diola, Jay Michael De La Salle Zobel School Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City Domingo, Medina A. Mapua Institute of Technology Muralla St. Intramuros, Manila Dotado, Teodora T. Mapua Institute of Technology Muralla Street, Intramuros, Manila Ducat, Isabelita New Era University New Era, Quezon City Echano, Ruvic San Roque National High School Mercedes, Camarines Norte Efondo, Leonisa Mapua Institute of Technology Muralla St. Intramuros, Manila Encena, Jhenny P. Colegio de San Juan de Letran Calamba City Endaya, Gloria Philippine Women s University Taft Avenue, Manila Espiritu, Rhodora De La Salle University Dasmarinas, Cavite Eugenio, Maria C Philippine Public Safety College Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City Faustino, Leticia Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Flores, Edrose La Consolacion College Mendiola, Manila Gabalpin, Isidra Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Galang, Ofelia A. New Era University New Era, Quezon City Galicia, Imelda De La Salle Zobel School Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City Gamolo, Maria Gia Paco Catholic School Paco, Manila Gapit, Rogelio B. Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Marikina Marikina City Garcia, Emiliana St. James Academy Rizal Ave. Ext. San Agustin, Malabon City Garcia, Vanessa World Citi Colleges Antipolo City Garing, Natalia Lipa City Colleges Lipa City Gavilanes, Cecilia Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Gementiza, Sonia M De La Salle University Dasmarinas, Cavite Gerardo, Elsa La Consolacion College Mendiola, Manila Gonzales, Ofelia S. Mapua Institute of Technology Muralla St. Intramuros, Manila Gonzalez, Lolita Genesis Learning Academy Sucat, Paranaque Guarino, Ma. Elsa Lyceum of Batangas Batangas City Gumnad, Sr. Socorro, MIC Immaculate Concepcion Academy Greenhills, San Juan Gungon, Jr., Enrique M Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Haico, Fe Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila Intramuros, Manila Inay, WesleyJune P. Filipinianas.net G. Araneta Ave., Quezon City Inciong, Lailani St. Scholastica's College Leon Guinto, Malate, Manila Ingusen, Maria Cecilia Filipinas Heritage Library Makati City Japon, Aurora Regional Science High School Oriental Mindoro Jimenez, Mary Ann De La Salle University Dasmarinas, Cavite Jose, Veronica M. Mapua Institute of Technology Muralla St., Intramuros, Manila Joson, Amaryllis Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Joson, Carmina G. Philippine Women s University Taft Avenue, Manila Joven, Jenny D. Holy Angel University Sto. Rosario St. Angeles City Lalu, Katherine St. James Academy Rizal Ave. Ext. San Agustin, Malabon City Leonen, Marisol La Salle College, Antipolo Barangay San Luis, Antipolo City Lustre, Margie Daraga National High School Daraga, Albay Maceda, Evangeline St. Michael's College of Laguna Binan, Laguna Maganoy, Aileen University of the East Library C.M. Recto Ave., Manila Magbutay, Mercedes S. Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Mallari, Florenda D. University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 17

18 Manzalay, Flordelina University of the East Library C.M. Recto Ave., Manila Martin, Magdalena Jose Rizal University Mandaluyong City Masangcay, Jhenny La Consolacion College Mendiola, Manila Medrano, Wilma F University of Northern Philippines Vigan City, Ilocos Sur Modesto, Macelinda Angelicum College 112 M. Cuenco St., Quezon City Mojados, Almasita Ateneo Professional Schools Library 20 Rockwell Drive, Makati City Molina, Marietta D. Centro Escolar University Mendiola,Manila Monterola, Mary Ann O. Mapua Institute of Technology Muralla Street, Intramuros, Manila Moral, Maria Luisa C. Filipiniana.net (Vibal Publishing) Araneta Ave., Ext. Q.C. Muyano, Rochelle National College of Bus. and Arts Cubao, Quezon City Napao, Gabrielle Immaculate Concepcion Academy Greenhills, San Juan Narra, Rubylyn C. Pangasinan Merdient Marine Academy Perez Blvd., Dagupan City Navarette, Phoebe Jane V. Asia Pacific Theological Seminary #444 Ambuklao Road, Baguio City Nicdao, Siena Blanca Mapua Institute of Technology Muralla Street, Intramuros, Manila Noces, Maria Juliana M. Central Colleges of the Philippines 52 Aurora Blvd., Quezon City Noriega, alicia Don Bosco Technical College Mandaluyong City Olivar, Juliet F. De La Salle Professional Schools 5/F Tower 2, RCBC Plaza, Makati City Oman, Nelly Kalinga Apayao State College Tabuk, Kalinga Oñate, Lourdes Xavier University Corrales Avenue, Cagayan de Oro City Ong, Olga M. Technological University of the Philippines Ayala Blvd., Manila Paragas, Marie Chryza University of Baguio Library General Luna Road, Baguio City Pascual, Malween Terry San Jose City Library San Jose City,Nueva Ecija Pascual, Niño University of Asia & Pacific Pasig City Payumo, Aida Pangasinan State University Lingayen, Pangasinan Pineda, Ladelia Conrado Benitez Memorial Library Cubao, Quezon City Quidpuan, Myrna I Northern Luzon Adventist College Sison, Pangasinan Quinday, Evangeline St. Agnes Academy Rizal St., Legazpi City Ramos, Lourdes R. University of St. Anthony Iriga City Regala, Luzviminda Mapua Institute of Technology Muralla St., Intramuros, Manila Retardo, Jeneta Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Reyes, Adela Bataan Peninsula State University Balanga City Roque, Sheryl St. Scholasticas Academy - Pampanga San Fernando, Pampanga Rosalejos, Rosalie University of the East Library C.M. Recto Ave., Manila Rosales, Maricar Reedley International School Josel Bldg., Libis, Quezon City Ruiz, Bernard Fortunato Philippine Normal University Taft Avenue, Manila Ruzgal, Gloria Emilio Aguinaldo College San Marcelino, Malate, Manila Sagcal, Ann Sarah Kaye Holy Angel University Sto. Rosario St. Angeles City Sagdullas, Leny St. James Academy Rizal Ave. Ext. San Agustin, Malabon City Saile, Teresita JRMSC Dipolog Campus Dipolog City Santos,Lourdes D. Santos Centro Escolar University Mendiola, Manila Segovia, Emily S St. Paul University General Luna St., Iloilo city Siapno, Jeanne Urdaneta City University San Vicente West, Urdaneta City Silang, Nenita Lyceum of Batangas Batangas City Simbulan, Maricris S. Holy Angel University Sto. Rosario St. Angeles City Sinangan, Librada G. Philippine Women s University Taft Avenue, Manila Soriano, Rosalina EARIST Cavite GMA, Cavite Soriente, Vivian De La Salle University 2401 Taft Avenue, Manila Suarez, Melba Immaculate Concepcion Academy Greenhills, San Juan Tacad, Thelma P. Philippine Public Safety College Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City Taguinod, Vilma St. James Academy Rizal Ave. Ext. San Agustin, Malabon City Tamacay, Joan G. St. Paul University Philippines Mabini St., Tuguegarao City, Cagayan Valley Tamayo, Glory V. UPHR Molino Cavite City January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 18

19 Torio, Catherine N. Don Bosco Technical College Mandaluyong City Uson, Purita P. Philippine Women s University Taft Avenue, Manila Valenzuela, Cresencia B. De La Salle University 2401 Taft Avenue, Manila Vallejo, Larne B. Garcia College of Technology Kalibo, Aklan Verayo, Fanny La Consolacion College Mendiola, Manila Vidal, Helen St. Scholastica's College Leon Guinto, Malate, Manila Villlarin, Eliza G. Divine Word College of Laoag General Segundo Avenue, Laoag City Yusores, Filipina Dominican College San Juan, Metro Manila I n s t i t u t i o n a l M e m b e r s NAME OF INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVE ADDRESS Asian Institute of Maritime Studies Lourdes Fumera F.B. Harrison St. Pasay City Bataan Peninsula State University Elizabeth Almario Bayan Road, Orani, Bataan Cavite State University Luzviminda M. Bartolome Rosario Cavite De La Salle Zobel School Carolina Ballesteros Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City Dr. Yanga's Colleges, Inc. Jorge Manuel Bocaue, Bulacan FEU East Asia College Patricia T. Cruz Nicanor Reyes, Sampaloc, Manila First Asia Institute of Technology & Humanities Edna Popan Tanauan, Batangas Holy Cross of Davao College Angelita Bisares Sta Ana Avenue, 8000 Davao City Jose Rizal University Loreto T. Garcia Mandaluyong City La Consolacion College Elsa V. Gerardo Mendiola, Manila La Salle College Antipolo Antipolo City Mapua Institute of Technology Veronica M. Jose Muralla Street, Intramuros, Manila Maritime Academy of Asia & Pacific. Ethel R. Capellan Mariveles, Bataan Northwestern University Evelyn Tacderan Airport Avenue, Laoag City 2900 OB Montessori Center, Inc. Rapunzel Natividad Greenhills, San Juan Polo National High School Norma M. Tolosa #43 F. Valenzuela St. Palasan, Valenzuela City Southern Philippines Institute of Science & Technology Wilma Bitmal Imus, Cavite St. Jude College Ana Liza Puno Dimasalang St., Sampaloc, Manila St. Paul University Philippines Evelinda Baui Tuguegarao City, 3500 Cagayan North STI College Alabang Rodalyn Lumabi PS Franciscon Bldg, Rotonda Alabang,Muntinlupa City Technological University of the Philippines Wilhelmina G. Borjal Manila University of St.Louis Tuguegarao Michael A. Pinto Tuguegarao City University of Mindanao Virginia I. Caintic Bolton St., Davao City 8000 University of Northeastern Philippines Iriga City University of Northern Philippines Wilma Medrano Vigan City, Ilocos Sur Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation R. Dante O. Perez San Carlos City, Pangasinan Xavier University Library Annabelle Acedera Corrales Avenue, Cagayan de Oro City Marisel P. Viner L i f e t i m e M e m b e r s Esperanza A. Sta. Cruz Irene D. Amores Rogelio B. Mallillin Corazon M. Nera Theresa B. Cruz Sarah C. de Jesus Salvacion M. Arlante Lolita P. Gonzales Teresita C. Moran Rodolfo Y. Tarlit Celedonia R. Cayaban Erlinda F. Flores Marlo C. Chavez Rebecca M. Jocson Belen M. Vibar Zoraida E. Bartolome Mona Lisa P. Leguiab Loreto M. Seriña Veneranda O. Sajorda Fe Angela M. Verzosa Maribeth D. Aguila Teresita G. Hernandez Susan O. Pador Dionisia M. Angeles Sr. Ignatius Tal Placido, SPC January June 2007 PAARL Newsletter 19

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