For articles which full text is not accessible online, researchers may send their request to the official email of the library This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. This service is free of charge for UPLB students, faculty, researchers and staff. Requesting client must provide the following information in every article request:

  1. Full Name:
  2. College:
  3. E-mail: (UP webmail account @up.edu.ph)
  4. Classification: (Undergraduate/Graduate/Alumni/Faculty/Staff/Non-UP)
  5. Author and Title of the Article Being Requested:
  6. Source (Database) or Link of the Article online:

While "Article Request Service" provides assistance in the retrieval of the full text of specific article requested, the Data Generation Service provides researchers with specific data (e.g. statistical data on the production, hectarage, prices, import/export data of specific commodities) available from various online database sources. Data requests may be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Requesting client must provide the following information in every data request:

  1. Full Name:
  2. College:
  3. E-mail: (UP webmail account @up.edu.ph)
  4. Classification: (Undergraduate/Graduate/Alumni/Faculty/Staff/Non-UP)
  5. Topic/Data Needed:

 

Current Awareness service (CAS) is a monthly library information service whereby list of journals with available significant articles related to postharvest handling are disseminated to PHTRC researchers, faculty and staff and other requesting clients. 

Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI) is a compilation of the abstracts of journal articles based on the most recent inputs to the subscribed databases of the library. The library provides SDI services and bibliographic information specific on postharvest handling, storage of fruits, vegetables, root crops, ornamentals and herbs & spices and other related fields of interest. This is to keep researchers abreast of the recent development in their particular field of research.

View SDI.

This is a bi-annual activity of the University Library which started in 2012. The purpose of this program is to provide lectures and hands-on trainings to library users on how to access the print and online resources of the library. 

This year, PHTRC Library will be having its 1st Information Literacy Program (ILP) on September 5 to 7, 2018 with two sessions daily (9:00 - 10:00 AM and 3:00 - 4:00 PM) at PHTRC Library. Topics to be discussed are 1) Access to Library Resources; and 2) Bibliography and Citation Tools.

Online pre-registration is available thru this link -->http://bit.ly/PHTRCLibraryILP

 

This is an information service of the library whereby PHTRC Library accommodates faculty requests for class lectures on topics related to Library Services. Lecture topics for selection includes: “How to Avoid Plagiarism,” “Citing and Referencing,” “Making Information Retrieval Easy,” “Access to Online Library Resources” and other library related topics. The requesting faculty should submit a request letter addressed to the PHTRC Director requesting the Librarian to conduct a lecture in their class.