Library

Posted: 2019-02-20 02:51:20

The Library is the "brain" of the state university and plays an indispensable role in accomplishing the goals of the respective department. 

Library Hours for Regular Semester: Monday-Saturday  8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (no noon break)

 

ONLINE RESOURCES

1. PHL CHED CONNECT

A web application containing higher education course materials in text, media, and other digital assets is useful for teaching, learning, and research purposes.        

Moreover, it expands interdisciplinary teaching and learning opportunities by allowing instructors to integrate and revise multiple educational resources. It makes learning and teaching more collaborative.

You may click this link for more information to access this free online resource.

2. Marayum Dictionary

Marayum is a dictionary-making funded by the Department of Science and Technology that can be used as an online dictionary for Philippine Indigenous Languages.

Marayum was developed to allow interested language communities to create an online dictionary whose content would be owned by its members and peer-reviewed by language experts. The features entries and content is a community-based effort done by people who speak and practice the language.

The website itself is owned and run by a research team from the University of the Philippines Diliman, and they are working in partnership with select regional universities.

3. ProQuest Central  

ProQuest Central is the largest, multidisciplinary, full-text database available in the market today. This resource provides access to 47 of ProQuest's complete databases, with various content types across over 175 subjects, making this the broadest single research resource in the world.

NOTE: To access this online resource, you may contact us by clicking this link for more details and information.

 

OFFLINE RESOURCE

1. STARBOOKS

STARBOOKS or the Science and Technology Academic and Research-Based Openly-Operated Kiosk Stations (STARBOOKS), is a standalone information source designed to reach those with limited or no access to S&T information resources.

The project aims to provide STI (Science, Technology, and Innovation)-based content in various formats to students and other constituents in geographically-isolated and economically-challenged schools and communities. STARBOOKS contains hundreds of thousands of digitized science and technology resources in multiple formats (text and video/audio) placed in specially designed "pods" set in a user-friendly interface.

STAR BOOKS contains hundreds of thousands of digitized science and technology resources in various formats (text and video/audio) placed in specially designed "pods" set in a user-friendly interface.

Note: Kindly visit the library to access this offline database resource and assist you in accessing it using your laptop or mobile phone.