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  1. Keeping Current: Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Initiatives of AUNILO Member Librarians in the Philippines 10th AUNILO: Libraries of ASEAN University Network Meeting 2-4 April 2014 Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

  2. Historical Background

  3. Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)Continuing Professional Development Objectives • Continuously improve the quality of the country's reservoir of registered professionals by updating them on the latest scientific/technological/ethical and other applicable trends in the local and global practice of the professions • Provide support to lifelong learning in the enhancement of competencies of Filipino professionals towards delivery of quality and ethical services both locally and globally; and • Deliver quality continuing professional development (CPD) activities aligned with the Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) for national relevance and global comparability and competitiveness

  4. Requirements for Librarians

  5. Matrix of CPD Activities

  6. AUNILO Member Librarians’ CPD Initiatives: a Survey

  7. Objectives • Determine the efforts of individual librarians working in AUNILO member institutions in the Philippines in keeping themselves abreast of professional literature and trends in the field of LIS • Find out what Filipino librarians think about the PRC’s CPD Program • Uncover issues and challenges that hinder Filipino librarians from engaging into/attending CPD activities. • Find out the extent of support Filipino librarians get from their respective institutions in aiding them to engage in/attend CPD activities.

  8. Profile of Respondents By Position/Designation By Age Group By Gender

  9. Profile of Respondents By Educational Attainment By Years of Experience

  10. Professional Development Initiatives of Librarians

  11. Attend Seminars/Workshops/Technical Lectures (Yes-49; No-0) Frequency of Attendance per Year Reasons for Attending

  12. Attend Conventions (Conferences, Symposia, Forums, Round Table Discussions (Yes-45; No-4) Frequency of Attendance per Year Reasons for Attending

  13. Attend Graduate/Post Graduate Studies in LIS(Yes-13; No-36) Reasons for Attending Challenges/Difficulties Encountered

  14. Accomplish Self-Directed Learning Modules (Yes-10; No-39) Number of Learning Modules Accomplished Plans for accomplishing more

  15. Produce Publications/Scholarly Outputs(Yes-19; No-30) No. of Outputs Accepted for Paper Presentation Average Output per Year No. of Outputs Published

  16. Read Journal/Magazine Articles(Yes-48; No-1) Frequency of Reading Articles Means of Access Reasons for Reading Articles

  17. Monitor/Subscribe to Blogs(Yes-26; No-23) No. of Blogs Monitored/Subscribed to Frequency of Monitoring Length of Period Since Subscription

  18. Subscribe to RSS(Yes-16; No-33) No. of RSS Monitored/Subscribed to Frequency of Monitoring Length of Period Since Subscription

  19. Subscribe to Listservs/Newsgroup(Yes-28; No-21) No. of ListServs/Newsgroup Monitored/Subscribed to Frequency of Monitoring Length of Period Since Subscription

  20. Most Effective Professional Development Activities

  21. Least Effective Professional Development Activities

  22. That Compliance with the CPD Program is a Moral Obligation Respondents Perception Reasons for Complying Reasons for NOT Complying

  23. Institutional Support

  24. Professional Development Programs in AUNILO Member Institutions in the Philippines

  25. Comparative Presentation of the Grants/Supports/Incentives Provided to Librarians by AUNILO Member Institutions in the Philippines - Summary

  26. Comparative Presentation of the Grants/Supports/Incentives Provided to Librarians by AUNILO Member Institutions in the Philippines - Details

  27. Comparative Presentation of the Grants/Supports/Incentives Provided to Librarians by AUNILO Member Institutions in the Philippines - Details

  28. Comparative Presentation of the Grants/Supports/Incentives Provided to Librarians by AUNILO Member Institutions in the Philippines - Details

  29. Comparative Presentation of the Grants/Supports/Incentives Provided to Librarians by AUNILO Member Institutions in the Philippines - Details

  30. Comparative Presentation of the Grants/Supports/Incentives Provided to Librarians by AUNILO Member Institutions in the Philippines - Details

  31. Adequacy of Support Provided as Perceived by Head Librarians

  32. Recommendations from Head Librarians • ADMU • Continue to encourage and support online/distance learning conferences as an additional avenue for professional development. • DLSU • Provide support for plane fare, registration fee and hotel accommodation for librarians presenting papers in international and local conferences. • Increase travel and conference subsidy for local conferences as the current subsidy being provided is no longer enough to cover transportation, accommodation and registration fees • UP • Increase travel assistance to include airfare and accommodation • Increase the number of times that librarians can avail of travel assistance • Provide funds to support other CPD activities such as on-the-job training, benchmarking and team building.

  33. Conclusions Despite the perceived inadequacy of financial and administrative support that Filipino librarians get from their respective institutions, they strongly believe that engaging in CPD activities is a moral obligation, thus they continue to find ways in keeping themselves abreast of the trends and advancements in the field.