The Reference Division maintains foreign print and non-print materials, provides onsite and offsite access to online databases, and delivers resources and services for clients/readers from the general public, including children, young adults, and persons with print disabilities.
B.1 Asia and Oceania
This section provides and maintains scholarly resources about countries in Asia and Oceania except the Philippines in print and non-print formats written in English and in other languages.
This section is responsible for providing services and activities that develop children’s interests in books and reading. These services include storytelling, read-aloud, puppet shows, arts and crafts, educational tours, and outreach programs.
This section maintains and organizes the collection, and performs advisory services and, recommends library materials to readers.
This section maintains and organizes foreign serials and United Nations publications.
This section provides resources in alternative formats for persons with print disabilities, such as Braille, large print, and audiobooks. It also offers services such as transcription of print materials to Braille and audiobook formats.
3. Children’s Services
These services include storytelling, Read-Aloud, and Puppet Show
These are specific art activities for children involving making things with one’s own hand executed with easy instructions while doing online.
These are recorded video clips of children’s arts and crafts activities.
This service refers to the loaning out of library materials in the LBS, which is offered exclusively to persons with print disabilities.
Reproduction into Braille and Audiobooks (accessible formats) is offered in the LBS to meet the needs of information resources of persons with print disabilities.