It's 100% passing for UP SLIS in the 2022 LLE!

All 12 examinees from the UP School of Library and Information Studies (UP SLIS) passed the September 2022 Librarian Licensure Examination (LLE) held last September 12-13, 2022.


PhJLIS Vol 42 No. 1 2022

Philippine Journal of Librarianship and Information Studies [ISSN: 2719-0471 (Online)]

The UP School of Library and Information Studies (UP SLIS) is pleased to announce the release of Vol. 42, Issue 1 of the Philippine Journal of Librarianship and Information Studies (PhJLIS, formerly Journal of Philippine Librarianship or JPL). This issue contains articles on photography, archives, and women, capacity building program for library paraprofessionals in the Philippines, the history of the National Archives of the Philippines; a viewpoint article on the importance of theory for information professionals; book reviews of resources on digital ethnography in the library, and makerspaces; and an editorial piece on libraries and digital citizenship. All these articles can be downloaded for free.

The PhJLIS Editorial Board is led by Prof. Iyra Buenrostro-Cabbab (Editor-in-Chief), Prof. Johann Frederick Cabbab (Assoc. Editor, Lay-out & Issue Editor), and Prof. Mark Anthony Santos (Assoc. Editor). We would like to thank Prof. Santos for his outstanding contribution to the PhJLIS and LIS scholarship in the Philippines. We warmly welcome Prof. Elijah Dar Juan as the new Associate Editor of PhJLIS beginning next issue. 

The Editorial Board is accepting submissions all year round. Please visit for more information on the manuscript categories, submission guidelines, and editorial policy. For inquiries, please contact

Limited Time Offer:
SLIS Coffeetable Book

After almost a decade of research, gathering of photos from the archives and our alumni, looking and inviting sponsors for this book project, and numerous layout revisions, the first SLIS Coffee Table Book in more than 50 years of the School's existence is finally out!

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Limited copies available. Orders will be processed on a first come-first served basis until stock runs out.