Students, librarians, and faculty represent SLIS at QQML2022

Congratulations to our librarians, students, and faculty members who presented their papers at the 14th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries Hybrid International Conference (QQML 2022) held in Athens, Greece from 24-27 May 2022.


Our UP SLIS Librarians, Ms. Miriam Charmigrace Salcedo and Ms. Jessie Rose Bagunu, and our faculty member, Asst. Prof. Rhea Rowena Apolinario presented Connections Matter: Personal Learning Network (PLN) Amidst the Pandemic.


Our alumni showcased two papers. Marc Almond J. Valleza (BLIS 2021) and his adviser, Asst. Prof. Rhea Rowena U. Apolinario, presented An Assessment of the Effectiveness of Social Media as a Platform in Library Promotion of the UP School of Library and Information Studies while Stella Theresa P. Aquino (BLIS 2021) and her adviser, Asst. Prof. Rhea Rowena U. Apolinario, presented The Use of CCTV in Public Libraries: A Case Study of the Quezon City Public Library.


Asst. Prof. Rhea Rowena U. Apolinario also independently presented her research On the Outside Looking In: Librarians and Social Change.


QQML 2022 has the main theme “Measuring of reading and literacy in future libraries: transformation and innovation”. The conference is organized under the umbrella of the International Society for the Advancement of Science and Technology (ISAST) and promotes the use of qualitative and quantitative methods for an evidence-based approach to measuring the effectiveness and efficiency of library practice. The conference program and book of abstracts may be access through the QQML website.


Published:  2022-05-31 03:38:34