Philippine Journal of Librarianship and Information Studies (PhJLIS) vol. 42(1) 2022 out now

The latest issue of the Philippine Journal of Librarianship and Information Studies (PhJLIS) is out now. The PhJLIS was formerly known as the Journal of Philippine Librarianship or JPL. It was renamed in March 2020. Read: Philippine Journal of Librarianship and Information Studies (PhJLIS) first issue now online

PhJLIS is an open access journal. The full text can be downloaded for free in the website

This issue includes the following articles:

  • EDITORIAL: Libraries and Digital Citizenship by Iyra S. Buenrostro, Editor-in-Chief &Johann Frederick A. Cabbab, Associate and Issue Editor
  • Women and the Archives: The Search for Images of Filipinas in Colonial Photography by Mary Dorothy DL. Jose
  • Multimodal Capacity Building Program for Library Paraprofessionals in the Philippines: A Case Study by Kathleen Lourdes B. Obille &Mary Grace Golfo-Barcelona
  • Spanish Origins of the National Archives of the Philippines (A Historical Article) by Jon E. Royeca
  • VIEWPOINT: The Importance of Theory for Information Professionals by Michael Olsson
  • RESOURCE REVIEW: Digital Ethnography in the Library: A Routledge Free Book from the In The Library Series by Joanne Valebia
  • RESOURCE REVIEW: Laura Fleming’s Worlds of Making: Best Practices for Establishing a Makerspace for Your School by Ivory Almoguera-Romero
This issue welcomes Prof. Elijah Dar Juan as the new Associate Editor beginning next issue. 

Download the latest issue of PhJLIS here

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