Guide created by

Allana Delgado

About Bachelor of Library and Information Science
Library and Information Science (LIS) is a long-standing academic discipline, with its own set of theories, perspectives and methods. It studies all aspects of the creation, organisation, management, communication and use of recorded information in documents of all kinds, including new forms of digital and immersive documents.

It underlies a variety of practices such as information management, librarianship, data management, and archiving and records management, educating professionals for work in those areas, and carrying out research to improve practice (Source).

Our Faculty

Ana Mae B. Cantel, RL, MLIS
BLIS/MLIS Course Coordinator and Faculty
College of Computer Studies

Ma. Cynthia T. Peleña, RL, MLIS
Director of Libraries
Henry Luce III Library

Stephen B. Alayon, RL, MLIS
Senior Information Assistant
Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center - 
Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD)
Library & Data Bank

Allana S. Delgado, RL, MLIS
Librarian
Graduate School Library
BAHANDIAN Institutional Repository
Henry Luce III Library

Vince Ervin V. Palcullo, RL
Librarian
Archives & Special Collections
Henry Luce III Library
Links to LIS-related websites and general resources
Here are some open-access and free resources for the Library and Information Science course.
Links to LIS-related websites and general resources