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EISI at PAARL Summer Seminar- Workshop May 8, 2009

Posted by quelly in Cataloging, Library Automation, Philippine libraries, Trainings & Events.

The Philippine Association of Academic and Research Librarians (PAARL), held its National Summer Seminar- Workshop last April 29 to May 1, 2009 at Lyceum of Aparri, Macanayan District, Aparri, Cagayan Valley. This year’s theme is “Librarians at their Best: Envisioning and Realizing Multilevel and Progressive Readers Services”. PAARL represents the librarians of institutions supporting scholarly, research and/or formal education on the collegiate level and above. EISI took advantage of this opportunity to attend as an exhibitor to this event, for we know that our products and services could help streamline the needs of each participant’s institution. See pictures below.


Participants from different institutions nationwide at the registration booth


Some participants with our beloved client Dr. Sernande of Cagayan Colleges Tuguegarao (lower-left ) and the head librarian of Lyceum of Aparri, Ms. Melinda Banera (upper-left) who took a look at EISI booth. Sales engineer of NCR Region, Mr. Jayson Rumbawa entertained them giving full information to their queries.


A closer look to the seminar-proper at Audio-visual room of Lyceum-Aparri


Aside from learning, some participants and EISI client as well took time to have an enjoyable tour on this two-day seminar-workshop. Ms. Bartolome of Central Luzon State University (upper-left) handed a participant on awarding of certificate. Also present from Adventist University of the Philippines were Ms. Alva Marquez and Ms. Mila Sales (lower right/left).


Group picture of PAARL participants and organizers as well


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