Answered By: RPAMD Librarian Last Updated: Mar 20, 2022 Views: 267
Yes, you may visit other libraries to access information resources that are not available in the library.
The Reference Section issues referral letters to those who wish to perform research in other libraries and research agencies. Reference interviews are conducted by the Access and Client Relations Librarian or the Library Assistant before the patrons are given referral letters. The interview aims to determine the purpose of the visit and to confirm if the student has exhausted all resources available in Library.
All bona fide members of the Institute are eligible to request for referral letters at least one day before the intended date of visit to other libraries or research agencies. Referrals are issued subject to the visiting schedule and policies set by the institution visited.
To request for a referral letter, bring your school identification card and fill out a form at the Reference Section, 3rd floor of the Library. Or you may fill out the online form here.
Senior high school students must satisfy the following requirements when requesting for a referral:
- Letter addressed to the Library Director stating the intent to visit other libraries bearing the following information:
- It must be duly signed by the faculty member or parent who shall accompany the student to the library and the Director for Special Health Sciences High School.
During the pandemic, the Library observes the mobility restrictions imposed on young people. This could also be observed in other libraries, thus, visiting other libraries and institutions may not be possible. Please contact the library you wish to visit to check their policy on visiting researchers.