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2 Objectives of the Orientation: Objectives of the Orientation: To make you recognize and appreciate the importance of the MAAP Library as your partner in achieving intellectual growth and academic excellence. To make you familiar with the MAAP Library system; its different sections, departmental libraries, resources and services; To acquaint you with the rules and regulations on the use of the MAAP Library; To make you more aware of the classification, arrangement, and location of library materials; and

3  The MAAP Library 1) Main Library 2) AJSU-IMMAJ Library 3) CAMS Library - houses the bulk of the library collection - supports the information need of its students and faculty members in the west campus -supports the information need of the graduate programs i.e. MSMarE, MSMT

4  Library Hours Mondays - Thursdays Fridays Saturdays Sundays 0800H-2130H 0800H-2130H 0800H-1700H 0800H-1700H 0800H-1200H 0800H-1200H 1900H-2130H 1900H-2130H

5  The Library and Its Collection  The Academy Library houses different maritime books, references for general education subjects, and other related materials for the academy’s programs.

6 Books in the Academy Library has its own location symbol, to directly gives the patron an information where a certain book is located. Books in the Academy Library has its own location symbol, to directly gives the patron an information where a certain book is located. How are books in the Library Classified and Arranged? CAMS – books are located at the CAMS building specifically GS library WL – indicates that the book is located in the IMMAJ or west library ML - indicates that the book is located in the main library

7 The Collection Symbols MT MT MarE MarE AMR AMR PC PC F R RBS RBS FC FC PR PR - MT Collection - MarE Collection - Allied Maritime References - Presidents’ Corner - Filipiniana - Reference Section - Reserve Book Section - Fiction Collection - Periodical Section

8 - Books found in this section are supportive of the deck courses. These are all foreign materials, which bear the collection symbol (MT). 10 Main Sections of the Library Collection  Marine Transportation  Marine Engineering - This section houses the books that support the engineering courses, mainly for marine engineering. Collections found in this section bear the collection symbol (MarE).  Allied Maritime References - This section houses the books that support both the engineering and deck courses. Collections found in this section bear the collection symbol (AMR).

9  President’s Corner (PC) - Books found in this section are the books shared, given, or donated by the MAAP President. These books contain naval subjects, maritime and general knowledge. These collections are located only in the Main Library only.  Filipiniana Section (F) - This section contains books about the Philippines, authored by Filipinos, and books that are locally published.

10  General Collection (GC) - This section comprises the collection on general education subjects such as psychology, social sciences, education, language, arts, literature, history, geography and travel. (Books in this section will no longer bear the symbol GC, but only the location symbol which is either WL or ML).  Reference Section (R) - This contains general & - This contains general & specialized reference books such specialized reference books such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, as encyclopedias, dictionaries, manuals, and handbooks. Inclusive of manuals, and handbooks. Inclusive of this section are the IMO model this section are the IMO model courses. All resources found in this courses. All resources found in this section are for ROOM USE ONLY. section are for ROOM USE ONLY.

11  Reserve Book Section (RBS) - These are books assigned or designated by faculty members as suggested or required readings for the courses they teach. - These are books assigned or designated by faculty members as suggested or required readings for the courses they teach. - These books are for circulation inside Main Reading Area only and can be photocopied in the library. - This section is still an on-going project, where collections will be identified by bearing a symbol (RBS).  Fiction Corner (FC) - This section houses novels for leisure or recreational reading. - This section houses novels for leisure or recreational reading. - Although still underdeveloped, these books may be borrowed for one week.

12  Periodical Section (PR) - Materials found in this area are the - Materials found in this area are the professional journals, magazines, and newspapers. - Current issues are displayed on magazine racks; back issues are filed on shelves and are available upon request. Periodicals are strictly for ROOM USE ONLY.

13 Understanding the Call Marks ML(MT) H842s2007WL(F) C395t2011 Location symbol Collection symbol Class number Author number Copyright date Location symbol- will hint the patron whether the book is in Main or West library Collection symbol- will identify the section where the book is shelved Class number- is the number assigned for each book based on its subject matter using the DDC Author number- is a unique number assigned to every authors’ name Copyright date – is the publication date of the book

14  Dewey Decimal Classification General Works  Encyclopedias  News Media  Rare books Philosophy  Paranormal phenomena  Psychology  Logic  Ethics Religion  Bible  Christianity  Other Religions

15 Social Sciences  Law  Education  Economics Languages  English  Linguistics  Other Languages Natural Science & Math  Mathematics  Physics  Chemistry and allied sciences

16 Technology  Engineering and allied operations  Management and auxiliary services Sub-class 620Engineering & allied operations 623Military & Nautical Engineering Nautical Craft (NC) Shipyards Hulls of Nautical Craft Eng’ng Systems of NC Equipment and Outfit of NC Power Plants of Nautical Craft Seamanship Navigation

17 The Arts  Recreational & performing arts  Music  Photography Literature  American Literature  English Literature  Literatures and other Languages History  Geography  Biographies  Ancient History

18  The Library Users  Midshipmen of all levels  Graduate Students  Faculty and staff  MAAP officers  Alumni  Outside researchers with the President’s permission President’s permission  Visitors, parents and relatives of the midshipmen, and other special patrons the midshipmen, and other special patrons

19  The Library Rules When entering the library: sign in on the Attendance Computer Unit located at the library’s entrance When leaving the library: return the chairs properly return the books you have used never leave your things in the library do not leave any kind of trash/waste

20 When borrowing books: Locate directly the books on shelves Fill-in the book card with your year level and surname Hand it to the library personnel in-charge for checking out Always take note of your book’s due date Better to ask for a circulation receipt of your borrowed materials for your copy

21 When returning books: Return the books personally, never let your bunkmates, classmates, or anybody take charge of your library borrowed materials Be sure to hand it to the library staff for checking in See to it that the book card is properly inserted into the book pocket and marked as “RETURNED” before you leave Present the circulation receipt to the library staff to be marked “returned”, keep it for verification purposes

22  Loan Period Weekly – most of the books in the library are circulated for one week except books in the Reference section, and all materials that are For Room Use Only Weekly – most of the books in the library are circulated for one week except books in the Reference section, and all materials that are For Room Use Only Hourly – these are materials in the PR, including vertical files, CDs/DVDs Hourly – these are materials in the PR, including vertical files, CDs/DVDs During Examination Week: During Examination Week: Three (3) days before the final examination of every semester, no midshipmen is allowed to borrow books for weekly or overnight use. Three (3) days before the final examination of every semester, no midshipmen is allowed to borrow books for weekly or overnight use. All books will be issued for daily circulation inside the Main Reading Area only. * Same policy is applied during breaks or holidays. All books will be issued for daily circulation inside the Main Reading Area only. * Same policy is applied during breaks or holidays.

23 You can borrow five books at a time You can borrow five books at a time All borrowed books are subject for renewal if not in demand but are subject for recall as the need arises. All borrowed books are subject for renewal if not in demand but are subject for recall as the need arises. You can borrow and return books anytime of the day when the book is due or it may be ahead of the due date. You can borrow and return books anytime of the day when the book is due or it may be ahead of the due date.  Borrowing Limits

24  Library Fines Unlike other academic libraries where they set fines for overdue books, MAAP Library adopts the Demerit system. Unlike other academic libraries where they set fines for overdue books, MAAP Library adopts the Demerit system. If a student fails to return a borrowed book on its due date, he would deprive another student from using the said book. Hence, overdue notices is given. But, for the 3 rd time of issuing Overdue Notice, the student will be reported with Class 1 offense or equivalent to one semester restriction.

25  Lost or Damaged Book A lost library book must be: Replaced with a clean copy of the same edition and author, newer is preferred if there is any; Replaced with a clean copy of the same edition and author, newer is preferred if there is any; In case the book is no longer available in the market, a relative title may be an option. In case the book is no longer available in the market, a relative title may be an option.

26 When using computers: Before check available unit to be used, take note of the computer reservations made by the Instructors sign on the computer logbook After shut down properly the computer unit used; return mouse, keyboard, and chair properly * MIITD policy on computer/laptop, Internet and printer use must be strictly followed.

27 When printing: put first the required number of A4 or bond paper on printer’s tray before pressing the enter or command key always ask assistance when in need sign on the printer’s logbook after printing take all scratch papers with you, or put them in the trash bins

28 Courtesy demands observation of the following: Courtesy demands observation of the following: - no loitering and littering -avoid disruptive discussions - no dating inside the library - The Academy Library is a place for study and research, therefore midshipmen are discouraged from using the MAAP Library as a dating place. “PDA is not allowed”.  Miscellaneous Information

29 -L-L-L-Laptops are allowed provided that the owner/user complies with the MIITD policy. -C-C-C-Cases of dishonesty, defacement and damaging library property are covered by the MFR which provides disciplinary action. -T-T-T-Taking out MAAP library materials without permission or proper check out is evidently an STEALING, thus shall be dealt with appropriate action base on MFR.

30 On top of these rules: As a midshipman, you are expected to be disciplined and responsible individuals. Always keep in mind that making the library clean and organize is equated as showing courtesy to other library users. As a midshipman, you are expected to be disciplined and responsible individuals. Always keep in mind that making the library clean and organize is equated as showing courtesy to other library users.

31 Textbooks: Individual issue Individual issue Control numbers Control numbers Accountability Accountability Lost = replacement Lost = replacement

32 The MAAP Library Personnel

33 Ms. Sheryl M. Reyes Head Librarian

34 Ms. Estreleita Lubao IMMAJ LIBRARIAN

35 Ms. Ma. Sittie Lopez Library Assistant

36 Ms. Almira Bacud Library Assistant

37 Mr. Elmer Fernando Book Maintenance Staff

38 MCLs

39 Thank you! Have a Nice Day Thank you! Have a Nice Day We hope to serve you well during your stay at MAAP.


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