During the pandemic the university library is equipped with the new trends of knowledge as we embrace the changing environment to meet the demands of the students as well as the faculty. Our library now offers better opportunities for students and faculty of the university through online services.
Online conversion of library collections is part of a wider university effort to enhance library services. Hand in hand, the university library department transformed the print materials into a digitized format and make it available as online references. In addition, online services which include book scanning and online document delivery were being assessed and delivered in cooperation of librarians and library staff.
The JBLFMU-Molo new online library brings library resources into close proximity with student and faculty engaged in research and other academic activities. It gives an introduction to the amazing online resources and it provides access to different titles of e-books, e-journal and research databases that will assist distant library clients in their researches and studies. As their studies progress, they will learn and discover a lot more about the resources and services that the new online library has to offer.
The online library is available 24/7 to students and faculty for online queries and requests. All applications will then be assessed and answered when a librarian or library staff will go online.
September 29, 2022, Thursday- The High School Library, initiated by Mrs. Rizalyn B. Pillora, MLIS, RL., conducts the first-ever library instructional program for Junior High School students for September. The library instruction program enables the students to develop their knowledge, skills, and understanding effectively using the library resources and facilities.
As we start this Academic Year, the University Library conducted Face-to-face Library Orientations for all New Students, Faculty, and Staff. This orientation aims to familiarize the library community with the library, its resources, collections, services, and events and to give updates on its latest development and innovations.
September 13, 2021 - The University Main Library conducted its Online Library Orientation for the College of Maritime Engineering and College of Business last August 26-27, 2021 and September 8-9, 2021. The orientation was hosted alternatively by Ms. Charmane Robledo, Circulation Librarian, and Mr. William L. Miaque, Serials Librarian. read more ...