CS Library Regular Hours
Welcome College of Science students! Your CS Library regular hours starts on Monday, August 7, 2017. We are open from Mondays to Fridays 7:00am to 6:00pm and Saturdays 8:00am to 12:00nn. Closed on Sunday and Holiday. For I.D. countersigning please proceed to the I.D. validation desk, 1st floor entrance of the CSLIB, anytime within library hours. Please feel free to ask us if you have any concern or question. We are here to help. We thank you for your continuous support.
College of Science Publication Output 2015-2017
UP Diliman ezproxy
You can now access E-Journal articles and eBooks from our database subscriptions off campus. Just visit https://ezproxy.upd.edu.ph/ and login using your Dilnet or UP Webmail account. <3
College of Science h-index for a 10-year Period (2007 -2017)
Newly acquired Science Direct Book Series
We would like to inform you that the four (4) Book Series titles (Methods in Enzymology, Methods in Cell Biology, Advances in Genetics and Advances in Applied Microbiology) are already available and can be accessed via UP Diliman IP Proxy and your individual Science Direct Remote Access Accounts. Should you wish to have your individual Science Direct Remote Access Account kindly let us know. You can access the book series at http://www.sciencedirect.com/. Thank you!
College of Science Library Benchmarking Visit and Tour in Taiwan
Electronic Resources courtesy of the Integrated Philippine eLib
Thank you so much Mr. Michael Leongsin Tan for your very generous book donation.😇
What's New I EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS)
Here are 5 simple steps on how to access UP Diliman electronic resources off campus through EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS). EDS aims to provide fast, simple access to all of the library’s full-text content (electronic and print) in a single search box. Please let us know if you have any question or concern.
Newest addition to CSLIB Filipiniana Collection
The articles in Science Philippines are a compilation of Star Science articles written by Filipino scientists here and abroad who wish to share their scientific work, philosophy, and the value of science to society. -From the Introduction