Contributors: Creer S., Carbos J., Codera L.
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What do we known about women and their plight in the course of our history? March is declared the National Women’s Month in the Philippines in observance to the International Women’s Day which is celebrated globally. The Proclamation No. 224 […]
We have the following College Level Audio Visual Materials from Great Courses and is available for borrowing with teacher’s consent. An Introduction to Archeology The Search for Meaningful Past Please visit the TLRC for more information on borrowing terms and […]
Who said that moons can’t have atmospheres? Well, our moon had that when it was younger. Neptune could have replaced earth and frogs are bountiful, only after the dinos died. Well, we had a great week in science. And here’s […]
The following e-books are available for personal use at the Teaching and Learning Resource Center. Please inquire at the office to get the links of the e-books you wish to use. Biological Sciences: Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy by Hyman Concepts of […]
Wondering if you have the power to transcend poetry to engender thoughts? The Teaching and Learning Resource Center is once again opening its Small Talks season to those who love poetry. We will be making poetry that encapsulate the essence […]
If you haven’t notice this yet, you might want to search and know more about it. Every October, artists all over the world draw and create art using ink. Some have their personal reasons in creating ink art in October […]
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