Theses Section

The Theses Section is the repository of the undergraduate, graduate and doctorate works of the two (2) institutes, six (6) departments, and two (2) programs  of the College of Engineering. Materials in this section such as feasibility studies, plant designs, theses and dissertations reflect the best works and the brightest minds among students and faculty. Resources can be freely browsed through to find information and insights relevant to the field of study. Collections are for room use only.

Main Functions:

  1. Collection Development and Access Management
  2. Organization, maintenance and preservation of the section’s collection
  3. Promotion and marketing of section’s collection and services


A. Collection development and Access Management

  1. Coordinating with COE departments regarding the submission of undergraduate, graduate theses, and dissertations to the library
  2. Preventing the violations of intellectual property rights by requiring the users to read the reminders in relation to the use of the facilities and collection and providing  them  the nondisclosure agreement to accomplish before they access the collections
  3. Processing library users request such as accessing the collections, plugging of electricity, and others.   
  4. Monitoring the use of library materials and facilities by recording/compiling/consolidating statistics


B. Organization, Maintenance and Preservation of the Section’s Collection

  1. Organizing  the collection such as theses, dissertations, feasibility studies, plant designs, special projects  based on the scheme that would facilitate easy retrieval of the needed materials
  2. Updating the list of the collection in e-Gateway database
  3. Examining the condition of the materials and recommending  for rebinding if it is necessary 
  4. Archiving of the preliminary pages of the theses, dissertations, feasibility studies, plant designs, special projects, etc.
  5. Migrating the electronic copy of the collections to stable storage systems
  6. Conducting the inventory of the theses collection


C. Promotion and Marketing of Section’s Collection and Services

  1. Promoting knowledge and understanding on the guidelines and policies on public access of the collections, issues on plagiarism, intellectual property rights, and proper citations through orientations and creation of publicity materials such as flyers, brochures and posters
  2. Featuring works of notable stakeholders of the College of Engineering through exhibitions and social media accounts

Jhonalyn T. Calamanan

Mary Jane I. Lariba

John Lhevin Q. Poblete

Kaye Liane S. Rodriguez

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