UP System’s Most Read Journals at Wiley Online Library

Beginning in January 2022, the University of the Philippines libraries have provided access to more than 1,300 peer-reviewed high quality Wiley journals, which span across multiple disciplines and subject fields, for the university’s faculty members, students and research communities.

Discover the top subjects and top 15 journals accessed by UP System users at Wiley Online Library. Below are links to those titles available via remote access, login with your UP Mail account (ending in @up.edu.ph) to view:

  1. Environment/Ecology
  2. Social Sciences
  3. Agricultural Sciences

Articles by UP System Authors in Wiley Online Library

Beginning in January 2022, the University of the Philippines’ communities have access to more than 1,300 peer-reviewed high quality Wiley journals, which span across multiple disciplines.

Are you interested in finding out what your peers have been publishing in Wiley journals? Below are snapshots of their work available via remote access, login with your UP Mail account (ending in @up.edu.ph) to view:

  1. Using deep-belief networks to understand propensity for livelihood change in a rural coastal community to further conservation
    Labao, A. B., et al. (2020). Conservation Biology, 34(4), 1008-1016.
  2. Comparative effectiveness of probiotic strains on the prevention of pediatric atopic dermatitis: A systematic review and network meta-analysis
    Tan-Lim, C. S. C., et al. (2021). Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, 32(6), 1255-1270.
  3. Geography’s trajectories in Philippine higher education
    Saguin, K. K., et al. (2022). Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 47(1), 23-27.
  4. 118-year climate and extreme weather events of Metropolitan Manila in the Philippines
    Bagtasa, G. (2019). International Journal of Climatology, 20(2), 1228-1240.
  5. Optimization and modeling of carbohydrate production in microalgae for use as feedstock in bioethanol fermentation
    Condor, B. E., et al. (2022). International Journal of Energy Research.
  6. Senna (Cassia) alata (Linn.) Roxb. leaf decoction as a treatment for tinea imbricata in an indigenous tribe in Southern Philippines
    Eusebio-Alpapara, K. M. V., et al. (2020). Mycoses, 63(11), 1226-1234.
  7. Coseismic Ground Rupture of the 15 October 2013 Magnitude (MW) 7.2 Bohol Earthquake, Bohol Island, Central Philippines
    Rimando, J. M., et al. (2019). Tectonics, 38(8), 2558-2580.
  8. Passive elementary student’s constructed epistemic emotions and patterns of participation during small group scientific modeling
    Han, M. and Gutierez, S. B. (2021). Science Education, 105(5), 908-937
  9. Heat and chlorine resistance of a soil Acanthamoeba sp. cysts in water
    Gabriel, A. A. and Panaligan, D. C. (2020). Journal of Applied Microbiology, 129(2), 453-464.
  10. Disrupting Gentrification: From Barricades and Housing Occupations to an Insurgent Urban Subaltern History in a Southern City
    Arcilla, C. A. (2022). Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography.

UL Lapuz Elected Member of IFLA Asia-Oceania Committee

Congratulations to our University Librarian, Elvira B. Lapuz, for being elected member to the Asia-Oceania Division Committee of the International Federation of Library Association and Institutions (IFLA)!

The IFLA is aimed at creating “a strong and united global library field powering literate, informed and participatory societies”. The Asia-Oceania Division Committee is among the 6 regional divisions of IFLA which support advocacy as well as develop and implement action plans in response to the needs of the library field in the region.

Padayon, Ma’am Elvie!

Presentations of UP Librarians at the PLAI Congress 2021

The University Library Diliman congratulates the UPD library staff who presented their academic papers in PLAI Congress 2021, the annual conference of the accredited organization of professional librarians in the Philippines, the Philippine Librarians Association, Inc. (PLAI).

  1. COVID-19 and Philippine academic libraries
    Ms. Sharon Maria Esposo-Betan, RL, Head Librarian, College of Engineering Libraries, University of the Philippines Diliman
  1. An exploratory study on online library instruction during the Covid-19 pandemic: The experiences and perspectives of four Philippine academic reference librarians
    Jennilyn Lindayao-Bagares, RL, College Librarian, Main Library, University of the Philippines Diliman
    Karl Emmanuel Ruiz, RL, Librarian, National College of Public Administration and Governance, University of the Philippines Diliman
    Maria Criselda Pabalan, University Extension Associate, Main Library, University of the Philippines Diliman
  1. Best practices of UP Diliman library personnel/staff in doing community outreach projects during the pandemic
    Reina Irinco, RL, College Librarian III, College of Engineering Library II, University of the Philippines Diliman
    Emmanuel Solmirano, RL, College Librarian, UP School of Statistics, University of the Philippines Diliman

Dayrit-Galang House Declared City Heritage

What is it like to grow up in a house together with the most talented intellectuals in their respective fields? 🎓 Visit the ancestral Dayrit-Galang House at the City of San Fernando in Pampanga, which was declared a structure of historical significance with the unveiling of a heritage marker on 28 May 2021.

Three notable members of the Dayrit-Galang family lived in this humble abode: Armando G. Dayrit, journalist for the Tribune newspaper; Fernando G. Dayrit, curator at the National Museum; and Marina G. Dayrit, University Librarian of the University of the Philippines.