By Keziah G. Huelar


CPU officials together with the evaluation team of TCLIS, CHED and PRC.

The Technical Committee for Library and Information Science together with the Commission on Higher Education and Professional Regulation Commission conducted a monitoring visit for the Bachelor of Library and Information Science program of the university on May 29, 2019.

Composing the evaluation team are Ms. Corazon M. Nera, member, TCLIS, Hon. Yolanda C. Granda, PRC Representative, Ms. Remedios S. Talingdan, representative, CHED-Office of Programs and Standards Development and Dr. Ester Guarin, CHED, Education Supervisor, Information Technology Education Programs.


Discussing innovations and areas of concerns – both teams aimed at promoting  the Bachelor of Library and Information Science program as a competitive academic degree.

Present during the said evaluation activity were: Dr. Irving Domingo L. Rio, CPU Vice President for Academic Affairs, Prof. Ma. Cynthia Peleña, Acting Director of Libraries, Prof. Ma. Christina Quijano – Acting Dean, College of Computer Studies, Prof. Ana Mae Cantel,  Coordinator, Bachelor of Library and Information Science and Master of Library and Information Science.

The said evaluation aimed at assessing the Bachelor of Library and Information Science program of the university. The evaluation team and CPU officials discussed future innovations to strengthen the said program and to provide an avenue for competitive academic developments.

 

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