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2012/03/08 / Gem R. Zhang

Cebu’s Biggest Library Opening Soon

The University of San Carlos is one of the Top Universities in the Philippines.

And as expected from a prestigious University,

the University of San Carlos brought to you…

Cebu’s First ever Largest LIBRARY!

will soon be OPEN to the Public!

THE Josef Baumgartner Learning Resource Center!!

Inauguration is today at 2:30PM
at the University of San Carlos Talamban Campus!

This is really great news to all Cebuanos! Especially to students, teachers, researchers, and even booklovers!
Where else could you find tons of books in store at one place?
From serials of newspapers and magazines, books from abroad, and the latest books it could be, especially books for academic use.

Will be awaiting updates for the final OPENING SOON..!!😀

UPDATE: 

USC inaugurates biggest library in the country 

CEBU, Philippines – The University of San Carlos yesterday inaugurated its 16,000-square meter Josef Baumgartner Learning Resource Center at the USC Talamban Campus.

Dubbed as the biggest library in the country, the facility has four floors, a basement and split-level floors. The facility was dedicated to Fr. Josef Baumgartner, SVD, the chief librarian of the university, who was responsible for the establishment of the Filipiniana Section of the USC Main Campus Library, as well as the establishment of the Cebuano Studies Center, also at USC Main…”(http://www.philstar.com)

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  1. iambidextrous / Mar 8 2012 3:00 AM

    wow! this is so kewwwlll! can non-USC students visit the library too?😀

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