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CLIC: private schools may also access mobile library services

THE CITY Library and Information Center (CLIC) accommodates requests from private schools that want to be visited by the mobile library bus.

However, Arniel Enoc, CLIC-Book Mobile Library focal person, in an interview at the Davao City Disaster Radio on Friday, said they still prioritize public schools in far-flung barangays.

As of May 2023, the mobile bus had visited 47 public schools around the city.

After completing the year-round schedule of public schools and remote barangay destinations, the mobile library also grants requests from private institutions in the city.

Nagpadayon lang gihapon atong mga services didto sa mga eskwelahan. Naga-extend na among mga services sa mga private schools na pud kay daghan pud na mga private schools karon ang naga-request sa among services sa book mobile (We still continue our services in the schools. We have also extended our services to private schools because a lot of them have sent request for our book mobile services),” Enoc said.

Enoc said the mobile library bus is always met with a warm welcome by the students and teachers of each school it visits. Educators are always thankful for the additional reading materials the mobile library lends to their students to encourage them to read and discover their appreciation for literature.

Public or private schools need only to send their letter of request addressed to the city librarian to receive the mobile library services.

During a visit from the Book Mobile Library, pupils from public and private schools may borrow the books from the bus, participate in a reading activity with the staff, and engage in emergency preparedness lectures and demonstrations.

Another bus will also be added to the Davao City Book Mobile Library later this year, bringing the total number of mobile library buses to three.


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