Monday, September 07, 2015

PLAI-STRLC Research in Librarianship : Capacity Building to Strengthen Research Culture

 Philippine Librarians Association, Inc. (PLAI)
Southern Tagalog Region Librarians Council (STRLC) 

25 August 2015

Dear Colleagues,

Greetings from PLAI-STRLC!

Philippine Librarians Association, Inc.-Southern Tagalog Region Librarians Council will hold a Seminar-Workshop entitled “PLAI-STRLC Research in Librarianship : Capacity Building to Strengthen Research Culture” on October 7-8, 2015, at El Grande Residencia Hotel and Resort, Brgy. San Carlos, Lipa City.

The seminar-workshop aims to:

a. enhance librarian’s competencies and skills in doing scholarly research;
b. promote the conduct of research as one of the CPD of librarians;
c. encourage proactive involvement in conducting research;
d. increase & improve the quality of paper submission to ReCALIS (Research Congress for the Advancement of Library and Information Services) and others.

In view of this, we would like to invite you and your staff to attend the seminar-workshop. Registration fee is PhP 3,600.00 for live-in participants to cover 1 day accommodation, foods (1 breakfast, 2 lunch, 1 dinner, and 4 snacks), seminar-workshop kits, certificates and other incidental expenses. Registration fee for live-out participants is PhP 3,000.00 while PhP 2,600.00 for undergraduate students or accompanying person.

For further inquiries, you may contact any of the following officers:

1. Lilian C. Rabino/De La Salle-Lipa - (043) 7561849 |

2. Rene B. Manlangit / San Pablo Colleges – (049) 561-1586 |

3. Rosario A. Villamater / Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation Library - (042) 373-7542 |

Please send/fax to us the pre-registration form on/or before September 25, 2015. We look forward to seeing you at our seminar-workshop. Thank you for your continued support to PLAI-STRLC activities. God Bless Us All.

Warm regards,

(sgd) Rene B. Manlangit
Vice-President & Conference chair

(sgd) Lilian C. Rabino

PLAI-STRLC@10 : Strengthening Ties, Regional Linkages and Cooperation

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