'Starbooks' Digital Libraries Now Available in 17 Surigao Sur Schools

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'Starbooks' Digital Libraries Now Available in 17 Surigao Sur Schools


By Mike Crismundo

BUTUAN CITY - Teachers and students can now avail of the digital libraries established in 17 high schools in various municipalities in Surigao del Sur province.

Dubbed as Science and Technology Academic Research-based Openly Operated Kiosks or STARBOOKS, digital libraries were also installed at the Division Conference Hall of the Department of Education (DepEd) Surigao del Sur Division in Tandag City, Surigao del Sur.

The school recipients of the STARBOOKs or digital libraries are Tagbina National High School, Hinatuan NCHS, Lianga NCHS, Lingig NHS, Madrid NHS, Solomon P. Lozada NHS, Sto. Nino NHS, Barobo NHS, Florita H. Irizari NHS, Gamut NHS (Tago), Tigao NHS, Unidad NHS, Cantilan NHS, San Miguel NCHS, Holy Child Academy, Carrascal NHS, and St. Michael College.

"Other school recipients in Caraga region will also receive STARBOOKS later this year and in 2019, said Regional Director Dominga D. Mallonga of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).

She said there are 161 STARBOOKS already installed in various parts of the region since 2011.

STARBOOKS is a digitally-programmed library developed by DOST Science and Technology Information Institute (DOST-STII) which features informative materials that are "highly appropriate for public libraries" and can be updated regularly, the Caraga region's DOST chief added. …

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