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Learn About Gabriel Bernardo
at the Gabriel Bernardo Lecture

If you're a Filipino librarian who has heard the name Gabriel Bernardo, but don't really know why he's been called the "doyen of Filipino librarians," you can find out at this year's Gabriel Bernardo Memorial Lecture, which will be about Gabriel Bernardo.

If you're a student who is looking for a role model, there is no better librarian to emulate than one of the first Filipinos to obtain a degree in library science, and who was held in high esteem by librarians, bibliographers, and historians in the Philippines and the United States.

Rosa Vallejo, former dean of the Institute of Library and Information Science, University of the Philippines—and probably one of the few librarians still around who personally knew Bernardo—will talk about the significance of Bernardo and the contribution he made to Philippine librarianship.

The lecture will be held at the UP Main Library, Diliman, Quezon City, on Wednesday, 14 March 2007, 9:00 a.m. For more information, please call 981-8500 loc. 2869. To read the program, please click on the images below.

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