CLSU library online service

Library

CLSU library extends its services to the students, faculty, and staff through the CLSU WEB OPAC and/or eLibrary. The site may now be used to find available books, journals, thesis, and dissertations on and off-campus. The WEB OPAC helps the borrower to check the library material information—title, author/s, edition, year of publication, and call number. This is thru accomplishing the document request form. Borrowers may type in the title, author, subject, or keyword for the material that they are looking for and a number of list and/or suggestions will appear on the screen.

Borrowers may request for print and electronic periodicals, book chapter, and even theses as long as the material is available using their CLSU email account. All requests must be sent through the Google Form link provided by the CLSU Library.

Books from the Science and Technology Section, Humanities Section, Filipiniana Section, and Reserve Section may be borrowed for a week. In addition, undergraduate students are allowed to borrow three (3) books for a week and five (5) books for graduate students. These materials are available for pick-up at the CLSU main gate depending on the schedule set by the library personnel. Borrowers must show their CLSU ID card upon pick-up. This is subject to changes based on the guidelines set by the CLSU IATF.

Accessing the WEB OPAC does more than being a library catalog. CLSU WEB OPAC features the available electronic resources not only from the university but also from other well-known local and international journals, and open access database. Students, faculty, and staff may check the status of their borrowed library materials through the WEB OPAC.

          This is another initiative of the Academic Affairs Program to promote the continuous development of knowledge, skills and expertise of the students, faculty, and staff especially amidst this COVID-19 pandemic.

You may now visit and log in to our CLSU WEB OPAC

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