In celebration of the 82nd National Book Week, the library prepared a number of exciting activities to promote library, reading, and  literacy among the Lasallian community. RPAMDLS thanks its users for joining the activities and congratulates all the winners. Until the next Book  Week Celebration, Lasallians!

Spin A Book Wheel

All library users who transacted with the library on December 1, 2016 were given a chance to spin the wheel. The wheel was divided into categories and each category has a set of questions. Users who answered the questions correctly won prizes.

 

Re-launch of Share One Book, Change One Life Book Drive

Library users were invited to share the joy of reading by donating pre-loved books for the benefit of the beneficiary library of RPAMDLS. The book donation drive was re-launched on November 28, 2016.

 

Awarding of Top Library Users

Library users who borrowed the most number of times received an award on December 2, 2016.

Elsevier Online Quiz

Everyone was invited to join the online quiz featuring Elsevier e-content subscribed by the library that took place on November 29, 2016. All correct entries were eligible to join the raffle and got a chance to win cool stuff from Elsevier.

LiveLoveLib: Library Advocacy in Photo, Poster, and Essay

Participants were asked to express their interpretation of the library’s advocacy, LiveLoveLib, in visual and narrative forms through a photography contest held on November 28, 2016 and poster making and essay writing contests on November 29, 2016.

Hanging Stocking

Christmas stockings decked the ground floor lobby of the library building on December 1, 2016. Library users wrote their recommended books and put them inside the stockings. Who knows, their wish might just come true and the library might get the titles they requested for everyone’s reading pleasure!

QR Code Scan-venger Hunt 

Participants raced through the library to solve a case by looking for clues hidden in QR codes on December 2, 2016.

Why did you come to the library today? Library users were asked to write their reasons for coming to the library on December 1, 2016. Be it serious or trivial, the library would like to know why its patrons preferred the library as their go-to place and understand users’ behaviors.