I enrolled for residency this term to work full time on my thesis but I can't seem to access the electronic journal databases off-campus. It's saying that my patron privilege has expired. How can I have access again?
As a matter of policy, students who are enrolled in residency are not granted the privilege to access the electronic databases off-campus. To avail of such privilege, students are required to pay for the corresponding library fee stipulated in the Tuition Fees Table at the Accounting Office. For assessment and other details, please proceed to the Information-Reference Section, 2nd floor of the Library building.Back to top
Alumni are only allowed on-premise access to the library's resources and facilities upon presentation of a validated Alumni card. In the absence of such, alumni are asked to pay the visiting users' access fee. For information governing access to on-premise use of the library's resources, please read the Guidelines for Visiting user.Back to top
Remote access to electronic resources is limited to currently enrolled students, active faculty members and co-academic personnel, and those who hold a DLSU ID and have Mylibrary PIN or password.Back to top
To register, follow these procedures:
Visiting users are welcome in the DLSU Library. To take advantage of the opportunity, please bring and present the following to the Information desk attendant of the University:
A tutorial on how to renew books/s online is available at this site: http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/library/tutorials/Back to top
Only those who have activated their MyLibrary account can have access to the electronic databases remotely. To activate your account, please follow these procedures:
There are two reasons why you are unable to download the full-text of an online journal article. First, it could be that there is an embargo (meaning, full text to journal articles are not available for the specified time period. It is set by the journal publisher to allow them to try to sell more print copies before making the full text available online, source: http://nova.campusguides.com/content.php?pid=126783&sid=1088395) for the journal from which the article belongs. Second, DLSU has no subscription to that journal hence, only the abstract is provided. To request for needed articles not available, please email email@example.com.Back to top
This means that your MyLibrary account is not activated yet. To have it activated, you may visit the Circulation-Reserve Section on the 3rd floor of the University Library Building or call 5244611 loc. 622. You may also send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or connect to Lora "live" at email@example.com.
Please take note that only currently enrolled students, active faculty members and co-academic personnel, and those who hold a valid DLSU ID may have their accounts activated.Back to top
Yes it is. You may renew borrowed items online through the library's Online Public Access Catalog (WebOPAC), accessible through this link: http://lib1000.dlsu.edu.ph/. Please take note that you are allowed to renew borrowed items for two consecutive times only. Moreover, there are also certain conditions when the system may not allow you to renew online, such as:
Tutorial on how to do online renewal is available on this weblink: http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/library/tutorials/Back to top
Borrowers with overdue books or with standing obligation to the Library shall not be allowed to borrow any item unless all accounts have been settled. Students with overdue accounts are also automatically included in the list of names NOT eligible for online enrollment.Back to top
A lost book must be paid according to the value determined by the library plus additional processing cost. You may contact the person in-charge of the section/collection where the book was checked-out for assessment/settlement of lost book. Please take note that presentation of an affidavit of loss is required.Back to top