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First Time in Manila: See What's Ahead For Philippine Library Automation

Library Automation Next
Library Automation Next (LAN). October 28, 2014, 1:30-5 PM, University of the East, Sampaloc, Manila

Keep your library up-to-date with the latest trends. Bring your skills to the next level. Find real solutions to real-world problems. Introduce new ways for your patrons to find the wealth of information in your library. Align with standards. Be more productive. Relax.

Technologies and services to keep your library running like clockwork are within grasp of Philippine librarians. Invest an afternoon of your time to learn and explore some of these Library 2.0 topics like

  • Web enabled systems. Provide access from anywhere, on any device. Work from home, office or any computer. Integrate and connect.
  • Federated search. Search your OPAC and database subscriptions at the same time. Search more than one library at a time. Save time and improve your search results.
  • Mobile Apps. Allow your patrons to use their smart phones and tablets to search your OPAC, reserve books, see the books they borrowed, overdues, fines.
  • Social OPACs. Think Facebook. Patrons review, rate and recommend the books they love. And many more social features.
  • Enhanced cataloging. Support RDA, the latest cataloging standard. Support ISBN- 13. Display book titles, table of contents and reviews. Simplified copy cataloging.
  • Consortium and Union Catalog. Share MARC records. Display book availability over several member libraries. Search all libraries, some or just one library. Do interlibrary lending. Cooperate and collaborate.
  • E-book and Digital Content Integration. Maximize e-book use by integrating with your OPAC. Provide controlled access to copyrighted material. Circulate e-books just like printed books. Control access to digital content.
  • Asset Management. Maximize the use and deployment of your institution's assets, prevent losses, and avoid duplication.
  • Security Systems. Provide easier checkouts and returns, faster inventory and theft prevention.

    ... and much more.

    This FREE SEMINAR is open to library professionals, library science students, IT personnel and educators interested in library automation and related educational technologies. Stay on top of the latest developments in automated libraries, network with fellow library professionals, and see technology in action.

    We're giving away a TABLET PC pre-loaded with our mobile apps, plus OTHER GIVEAWAYS, to lucky attendees to this event. HURRY, REGISTER EARLY!

    Download the printable invitation to this event HERE.

    Library Automation Next is part of Library Automation Boot Camp 3.

    About University of the East

    The University of the East (Filipino: Pamantasan ng Silangan) and commonly abbreviated as U.E.) is a private nonsectarian university located in University Belt Area, district of Sampaloc, Manila and in Samson Road Caloocan City Philippines. The university was founded in 1946 as a coeducational institution. Once labeled as the "Largest University in Asia" in terms of population, UE became the first university in Asia to have an enrollment of over 60,000 students.

    University of the East is one of the most financially stable universities in the Philippines in terms of assets. Dr. Lucio C. Tan bought the University of the East in 1990, which he considers his biggest feat and had heavily invested in promoting quality education in the country.

    In over 65 years of existence, the University of the East has grown into a respected private university in the Philippines. The university is granted by the Commission on Higher Education with an Autonomous Status that was given to few tertiary institutions in terms of High Quality Education. From Wikipedia. Visit their website at

    About Electronic Information Solutions Inc (EISI)

    EISI is the leading provider of library automation systems in the country. For the last 19 years, we have been serving the technology needs of various libraries, information centers and hospitals nationwide with our solutions to improve library services, manage information resources, provide access to scholarly information and assist medical practitioners with vetted clinical information for better health care. Visit our website at

    To reserve, you may call us at 02 8436571 and 09228829759, or email You may also register online by filling up the form below: