Proceed to the Multimedia Services of the Main Library.
Step 1: Fill out the call slip. For newspapers, make sure to indicate the title, issue no., and date while for rarebooks, make sure you have the correct call number.
Step 2: Go to the lending counter and ask for the correct microform. The assisting staff will provide you the microform as well as the card where the number of the appropriate reader you will be using is written.
For Windows OS:
Connect to the Wireless@Mainlib network via the Network tray icon.
Click the Search magnifying glass icon next to the Start button.
Type in ‘configure proxy server’ without the quotes and click the result that appears.
At the lower part of the window, click the LAN settings button.
In the Proxy server section, fill up the following:
Tick the checkbox for ‘Use a proxy server for your LAN’
In Address field, type in - proxy.upd.edu.ph
In Port field, type in - 8080
Click OK in the LAN settings window and OK in the Internet Properties window for the proxy settings to take effect
For Mac OS:
Connect to the Wireless@Mainlib network via the Network menu bar icon.
Open the System Preferences app and click the Network icon.
Click the Advanced… button at the bottom and go to the Proxies header.
In the protocols to configure, check and fill up the following:
Web Proxy (HTTP) - proxy.upd.edu.ph, port 8080
Secure Web Proxy (HTTPS) - proxy.upd.edu.ph, port 8080
FTP Proxy - proxy.upd.edu.ph, port 8080
Socks Proxy - proxy.upd.edu.ph, port 8080
Click OK to close the proxy settings window and then Apply in the Network window for the proxy settings to take effect
Connect to the Wireless@Mainlib network, then tap and hold to Modify network.
Tap the checkbox on Show advanced options
Set the Proxy to Manual and fill up the following:
Proxy hostname - proxy.upd.edu.ph
Proxy port - 8080
Tap Save for the proxy settings to take effect
For iOS devices:
Connect to the Wireless@Mainlib network, then after it’s connected tap the network again in Wi-Fi settings to show its properties.
Set the HTTP Proxy to Manual and fill up the following:
Server - proxy.upd.edu.ph
Port - 8080
Document delivery, a fee-based service for UP and non-UP library users, processes articles and book chapter requests from the journals, books, e-resources and other materials available only in UP Diliman Libraries.
These documents are scanned or photocopied and can be sent electronically or by courier. To request for document delivery:
EXTENDEND READING allows readers to use the requested item/s beyond 05:00 PM up to 12:00 MN during weekdays at the Information Services and Instruction Section (ISaIS, formerly General Reference Section/GenRef). Books, serials, and theses and dissertations from other sections of the Main Library and the UP School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS) Library, all which are closed at 5:00PM, may be requested for extended reading.
To place a request for extended reading, send an email to the ISaIS at email@example.com, mentioning information related to the material. For books and theses: title, author, date and place of publication, call number, and location. For serials: title of serial publication, volume and issue number, and date of publication. Please check the iLib WebOPAC at http://ilib.upd.edu.ph to get the bibliographic information of the library materials you wish to borrow.
Requests are processed within the same day. Please submit requests before 04:45 PM to let the staff prepare the material for transfer to ISaIS. Claiming of materials for extended reading are at the ISaIS Reference Desk.
You may also send a phone-in request by calling the Main Library section/SLIS Library (where the material you will be requesting is housed). You may also personally visit the section concerned to place a request.
You may call the reference librarian at (02)981.8500 local 2861 to schedule library orientation
The Index to Philippines Newspapers is a Web-based name-subject index to newspapers published in the Philippines.
The Index to Philippines Periodicals is a name-subject index to periodicals published in the Philippines. It is compiled and edited by the Bibliography and Indexing Section, and issued on a quarterly basis every year. The IPP is available in both print and online. NDEX is the computerized version of the IPP in print using CDS/ISIS.
Enrolled Students and current Faculty and Staff can borrow books from the different constituent universities and satellite campuses.
For UP Diliman University Library:
For UP Los Baños Main Library
1. All UP undergraduate students who are covered by the 2007 revised tuition and other fees will be allowed FREE USE of computers for Internet access for the first 20hrs (AO No. PERR 07-86, issued 17 Oct 2007). Beyond that they will be charged Php20 per hour or a fraction thereof.
2. To monitor the 20 hours free Internet access, college and unit libraries shall issue INTERNET USE CARD to all students who are covered by the 2007 revised tuition and other fees.
3. The card is non-transferable and if lost, free Internet access will be forfeited.
4. Write INTERNET USE CARD ISSUED in the Form-5 of the student with staff’s signature and date of issue.
5. For every Internet access transaction, staff shall record the date, time IN and OUT and balance plus his/her initial in the INTERNET USE CARD.
6. Actual time consumed shall be the basis for the remaining balance hours. For example, when the student consumed 1 hour and 15 minutes, write in the fourth column (Balance) 18:45, meaning he/she has a balance of 18 hours and 45 minutes.
7. All UP students will pay printing cost based on the existing rates.
8. Access or use of the CRS is FREE for ALL STUDENTS. No need to record in the INTERNET USE CARD.
9. All students enrolled prior to AY 2007-2008 will continue to pay the existing rates.