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The books in the LRC are arranged by topic using Library of Congress classification system. Here are a few call number ranges to explore:
P 87 - 96 Communication, Mass Media
PE 1001-1693 Modern English
PN 45-57 Theory. Philosophy. Esthetics
PN1990-1992.92 Broadcasting
PN1991-1991.9 Radio broadcasts
PN1992-1992.92 Television broadcasts
PN4699-5650 Journalism
PR1-9680 English literature
PS1-3626 American literature

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Communication Arts


The BA Communication program of De La Salle College of St. Benilde Antipolo promotes communication as a field of study that covers the various ways by which humans communicate. It focuses on how verbal and non-verbal messages are used to create meanings in different contexts using diverse media platforms. It includes a broad range of subject matter ranging from the study of communication in interpersonal relationships, groups, organizations, and cultures. The future Benildean communicators are trained to develop and produce different media formats and platforms with ethical standards, social responsibility, and for development work. The program is designed to give students both the theoretical and practical knowledge of how communication works in different levels and aspects.

This subject guide gathers in one place carefully evaluated and selected resources on Communication Arts available and accessible at the LRC and its subscribed databases. Books (both print and electronic) are categorized per course; while journals, magazines, online databases, and other types of resources (if applicable) are recommended for the entire Communication Arts program.


MMWRITE Writing for Multimedia 

ADSPRIP Advertising Principles and Practices

COMMANE Communication Management

MOBCOMM Social Media and Mobile Technology for Communication Campaigns

DIGIPUB Digital Publishing


WEBCOMM Web Content Management



MMINTRO Introduction to Multimedia Arts

MMICONT Interactive Content for Multimedia 

MMDPHOT Basic Digital Photography for Multimedia Applications 

DEVCOMM Development Communication

MDVIDEO Digital Video for Multimedia Applications

MDAUDIO Digital Audio for Multimedia Applications

MGRAPH1 Introduction to Graphic Design and Multimedia

MGRAPH2 Typography, Image, and Visual Communication 

MADVERT Advertising Design

MCORPVD Video Production for Corporate and Organizational Communication 

RDHCOMM Risk, Disaster, and Humanitarian Communication

ICOMMED Introduction to Communication Media

COMELET Communication Media Laws and Ethics

JOUPRIP Journalism Principles and Practices

INTFILM Introduction to Film

ICOMTHE Introduction to Communication Theory

KNOWMAN Knowledge Management

BROPRIP Broadcasting Principles and Practices

SOCIMED  Social Media Principles and Practices

COMMRES Introduction to Communication Research

MULTIST Multimedia Storytelling

IMARCOM Integrated Marketing Communication

COMPLAN Communication Planning



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