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Memorandum of Agreement


Library Local MOA
Library Regional MOA

Memorandum of Understanding


To make library resources and services available to the library customers.


• To provide relevant and updated informational, curricular and recreational reading needs of the academic community.

• To provide fast access and delivery of information support to instruction, research and extension services.

• To continuously meet the information needs if ISAT U academic community through selection and acquisition of updated and relevant print and non-print materials such as books, current journals, software and online resources.

• To improve and upgrade library facilities.

• To regularly evaluate the effectiveness of library programs and policies.


Library E-Newsletter v1 2022

Library Staff


Rovilyn D. Somcio, RL, MLIS

 University Librarian



Mario Sunday C. Adison, RL


Cataloger, Selection & Acquisition, Inventory & Distribution,
Liaison Officer – CEA


Jamela C. Mantiquilla, RL


Cataloger, Circulation Librarian,
Liaison Officer – CIT & COE


Janeca S. Alegria, RL


Graduate Studies & Reference Section,
Liaison Officer – Graduate Studies


Roe Jenn G. Mira, RL


Cataloger, Serials & Reserve Section,
Liaison Officer – CAS


Dahlia Angelica F. Trance


Filipiniana Section


Rhea L. Flores


Information Desk


Christian A. Zambra


Internet Section, IT Technician & LVR


Bren Louise E. Tamagos


Website Maintenance & LVR

Rules and Regulations


• The ISAT U students, faculty and key officials, non-teaching personnel, alumni and outside researchers can avail of the library resources and services subject to its rules and regulations.

• Researchers from other institutions can avail of the library services upon presentation of the letter from their librarian, subject to the rules and regulations of the university library.

• Alumni of the university can avail of the library resources and services upon presentation of their alumni id.






Library Card

• All students are required to secure a library card to avail of the library resources and services. Picture taking is done at the MIS Department and the issuance/validation of library cards is at the University Library. A new library card can be issued for a fee of php85.00. This is automatically charged in the students’ fees of all first year and new students.

• Appropriate fees apply for lost library cards, damaged or with correction on name or change of course. (Requirements for lost library card: affidavit of loss and note from the librarian. For damaged library card, change of name and course: registration form and a note from the librarian.) All payments are made at the cashier’s office.

• A properly validated library card must be presented at the circulation counter upon entering a circulation section.

• The library card is non-transferable. Any material drawn upon it, the owner is held liable or accountable.

• Lost library card should be reported immediately to the librarian. An affidavit of loss is required for the of a new library card.

Library Conduct Code

• The Library is a study area in which reasonable QUIET IS ESSENTIAL. Walking along the library corridors and standing-by must be done in silence or subdued voice tones.

• Return books to the library when you have finished with them. Other students may need them.

• Bags and other bulky materials shall be deposited at the baggage counter.

VANDALISM (defacing, marking, cutting, mutilating or damaging library resources in any way shall not be tolerated. Whoever is caught shall be subject to disciplinary action and/or will be charged the full replacement cost of the resource. Books borrowed should be protected from RAIN, DUST, INSECT, etc.

• Cleanliness and orderliness should be everybody’s concern.

Fines and Penalties

• Circulation book/s overdue – 0.25cents/hr. (undergraduate and graduate students after 8:30 am except on Sundays and holidays).  

• Lost book/s should be reported immediately to the librarian. Otherwise, if its overdue, the borrower will have to pay the overdue fines incurred until the day the loss is reported.

• A book of the same author, title and copyright can replace a lost book. However, if it is not available, a book of the same subject but of the latest edition can be made as a replacement. (Please see the librarian for your replacement).    

• A student caught stealing or found cutting or mutilating library material/s will be reported to the office of the students services for appropriate disciplinary action.    

• Books that were badly damaged or with missing or torn pages upon return should be replaced with a new one of the same author, title and copyright or if it is not available, get the latest edition.  

• Forgery. Penalty for students who has forged the librarian’s signature for the purpose of settling account from the library would be sanctioned. (Refer to the college code, 2014 page 55).


Lending System

• Subject reference books are loaned for overnight use only. Borrowing time starts at 3:00pm Monday to Friday and to be returned the following day not later than 8:30am.  Graduate  students can borrow books in the morning during Saturdays.

• General reference books such as: encyclopedia, yearbooks, dictionaries, atlases, manuals and other types such as newspapers, magazines, journals are to be read inside the library only.

• Thesis and dissertations are not lent for overnight use and are not allowed to be photocopied.

• Reserve books are not lent for overnight use.

• Permanent faculty members are allowed to borrow a maximum of five books for one semester for the subjects they are teaching. Books with only one copy will not be allowed to be borrowed by the faculty if it is used as one of the references in the subject/s taught.

• Regular employees are allowed to borrow a maximum of two books for a certain period of time and will be recalled if needed by the students. Borrowed books of faculty and non-teaching personnel should be returned to the library as soon as he/she has his/her clearance signed by the librarian.

• Part time faculty members are allowed to borrow a maximum of two book/s upon presentation of their id and appointment for the term they are hired or if it is not available, a signed schedule and a letter from the dean or department head. Borrowed materials should be returned upon signing of clearance.

• Renewal of books borrowed by faculty would depend on the demand for use of the book.

• Non-print materials such as dvd’s or cd’s, and other videos are not allowed to be brought outside the library. Viewing of the same should be done in the library.

List of New Acquisitions


Bloomsbury Collections (On Campus Access)

  • Folk Fashion: Understanding Homemade Clothes

Cambridge Core – (On Campus Access)

  • Education and Globalization in Southeast Asia
  • Integration Techniques for Micro/Nanostructure-based Large- Area Electronics
  • Categories, Constructions, and Change in English Syntax
  • Learning through Language
  • The English Phrasal Verb, 1650–Present
  • A-Z Common Reference Questions for Academic Librarians
  • Digital Archives

De Gruyter – (On Campus Access)

  • Thinking Color in Space: Positions, Projects, Potentials
  • Turning Point in Timber Construction: A New Economy
  • A History of Art History
  • Politics of Things: A Critical Approach Through Design
  • Technological Innovation: An Introduction
  • Education and Intergenerational Social Mobility in Europe and the United States
  • Communication, Signal Processing & Information Technology
  • Compliant Systems: Mechanics of Elastically Deformable Mechanisms, Actuators and Sensors
  • Energy Harvesting for Wireless Sensor
  • Networks: Technology, Components and System Design
  • Signal and Acoustic Modeling for Speech and Communication Disorders
  • Systems, Automation, and Control
  • Engineering Ethics: Contemporary and Enduring Debates
  • A Typological Approach to Grammaticalization and Lexicalization: East Meets West
  • Cognitive Linguistics – Foundations of Language
  • Non-Lexical Pragmatics: Time, Causality and Logical Words
  • Phonological Typology
  • Changing Face of Information: Support Services for Scientific Research
  • Conservation Research in Libraries
  • Calculus Simplified
  • Fundamentals of Set and Number Theory
  • Mathematics and Computation: A Theory Revolutionizing Technology and Science
  • Rigid Body Dynamics

GALE eBooks (On Campus Access)

  • Biotechnology for Beginners, 2nd ed.
  • Becoming a Globally Competent School Leader
  • Becoming a Globally Competent Teacher
  • Blended Online Learning and Instructional
  • Design for TPACK: Emerging Research and Opportunities
  • Integrating Technology in the Classroom:
  • Tools to Meet the Need of Every Student
  • Raising Mental Health Awareness in Higher
  • Education: Emerging Research and Opportunities
  • Mathematics Applied to Engineering
  • Food Processing Technology: Principles and Practice, 4th ed.

Wiley OnlineLibrary (On Campus Access)

  • The SketchUp Workflow for Architecture: Modeling Buildings, Visualizing
  • Design, and Creating Construction Documents with SketchUp Pro and LayOut, 2nd
  • Beginning C# 7 Programming with Visual Studio 2017
  • Cybersecurity Essentials
  • Essential Algorithms – A Practical Approach to Computer Algorithms Using
  • Python and C# P 2E
  • Mastering AutoCAD 2019 and AutoCAD LT 2019
  • Networking Fundamentals
  • Practical Java Programming for IoT, AI, and Blockchain
  • Composite Structures of Steel and Concrete – Beams, Slabs, Columns and
  • Frames for Buildings, Fourth Edition
  • Design of Steel Structures for Buildings in Seismic Areas
  • Effective Project Management – Guidance and Checklist for Engineering and Construction
  • Estimating in Heavy Construction – Roads, Bridges, Tunnels, Foundations
  • Railway Information Modeling RIM – The Track to Rail Modernization
  • Structural Analysis 1 – Statically Determinate Structures
  • Structural Analysis 2 – Statically Indeterminate Structures
  • High Voltage Direct Current Transmission – Converters, Systems and DC Grids, 2nd Edition
  • High-Power Converters and AC Drives,  Second Edition
  • Power Electronics-Enabled Autonomous
  • Power Systems – Next Generation Smart Grids
  • Fundamentals of Electronics 1: Electronic
  • Components and Elementary Functions
  • Fundamentals of Electronics 2:
  • Continuous-time Signals and Systems
  • Fundamentals of Electronics 3:
  • Discrete-time Signals and Systems and Conversion Systems
  • Internet of Things A to Z: Technologies and Applications
  • Introduction to AC Machine Design
  • Mobile Robots – Navigation, Control and
  • Sensing, Surface Robots and AUVs, Second Edition
  • Practical Power Plant Engineering – A
  • Guide for Early Career Engineers oBook WOL(PDF)                                        
  • Food Safety for the 21st Century
  • Managing HACCP and Food Safety Throughout the Global Supply Chain, Second Edition

WorldSciNet (On Campus Access)

  • Quantum Field Theory
  • Geometry In Advanced Pure Mathematics

TriTech (Request for Password using Request Form)

  • Project Management For Engineering And Construction
  • Engineering Mathematics: 5Th Edition
  • Fundamentals Of Engineering Economy
  • Strength Of Materials
  • A Handbook On Safety Measurements
  • Fundamental Structural Analysis
  • Surveying And Levelling
  • Construction Technology-Analysis And Choice
  • Earthquake Resistant Building Design And Construction
  • Fundamentals Of Engineering Drawing
  • History Of Architecture
  • Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machines
  • Handbook Of Technical Drawing With Engineering Graphics
  • Fundamental Principles Of Heat Transfer
  • The Shanghai Yangtze River Tunnel – Theory, Design And Construction Practice
  • A Textbook On Hydraulics And Pneumatics
  • Basic Principles Of Pumps And Hydraulics
  • Analysis Of Construction And Design
  • Formulas Civil Engineering
  • Principles Of Highway Engineering
  • Structural Stability In Bridge Construction
  • Surveying Theory And Problems
  • Foundation Engineering: Basics And Principles
  • Control System
  • Basic Electrical Engineering, 23Rd Edition
  • Principles Of Electronics
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Power Electronics For Renewable Energy Sources
  • Wireless Communication
  • Physics II: Optics, Electricity And Magnetism
  • Physics I: Mechanics, Thermodynamics And Waves
  • Engineering Fluid Mechanics
  • Principles Of Quantum Mechanics
  • Structures Of Graph Theory In Discrete Mathematics
  • Handbook Of History Of Technology
  • Education Quality In Higher Studies
  • Foundation Of Education
  • Global Education-Challenges And Opportunities
  • Technology Challenges In Curriculum And
  • Principles In Educational Technology
  • The Study Of English Language
  • Twentieth Century English
  • Languages And Linguistics – Theory Of Pragmatics Analysis
  • Language And Literature Development And English Linguistic
  • The Key Concepts Of Language And Linguistics
  • Encyclopedia Of A Grammar Of Organizing
  • Cultural History of the English Language
  • Global Englishes and Change in English Language Teaching
  • Child Psychology, Child Development and Modern Education
  • Educational Psychology: Teaching and
  • Learning Perspectives
  • Data Structures with C
  • Engineering Fluid Mechanics
  • Theory and Design of Steel Structures
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures: Analysis and Design
  • Standards for Civil Engineering Drawing
  • Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Highway Engineering: Planning, Design, and Operations
  • Soil Engineering: Testing, Design, and Remediation
  • Correct your Common Errors in English
  • Encyclopedia of Administration and Management in Education, Volume-I
  • Encyclopedia of Administration and Management in Education, Volume-II
  • The English Language and Linguistics Companion
  • An Outline of English Phonetics
  • English Grammar: An Introductory Description
  • Curriculum: An Introduction
  • Distance Education
  • Educational Theory
  • New Educational Philosophy
  • Higher Education



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