BAHÁNDÌAN is the institutional repository of the Central Philippine University for the management, dissemination, and preservation of digital materials that represent the scholarly work of the academic community and its affiliates and their faculty members and students.

BAHÁNDÌAN is a university repository providing access to the publication output of the Central Philippine University and its affiliates. Access is generally unrestricted, in compliance with the Open Archives Initiative (OAI) protocol for metadata harvesting, which makes such archives interoperable and cross-searchable.

BAHÁNDÌAN is a Hiligaynon term for a treasure chest (Uy-Griño, 2005). This institutional repository symbolizes a trove of valuable scholarly works of the institution. This digital repository is established to provide open, online access to the University's research and scholarship, to preserve these works for future generations, to promote new models of scholarly communication, and to help deepen community understanding of the value of higher education.

Uy-Griño, E. (2005). Diksyonaryo: Hiligaynon-English/ English-Hiligaynon. Iloilo City, Philippines: Central Philippine University

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  • The language policy of Indonesia 

    Sihombing, O. D. P. (Central Philippine University, 1979)
    Lecture given before the Association of Professors and Teachers of Filipino in 1972. Reprinted from Indonesia, published by the Indonesian Embassy, Manila. Indonesia is comprised of so many islands covering a total of ...
  • Bululakaw - a Southeast Asian deity? 

    Lagos, Ramon (Central Philippine University, 1979)
    Bululakaw is now regarded by Filipinos as a mythical bird, but in the past Bululakaw was worshipped as a god and not only by the people of the Philippines. There is a tradition told by the old people of Panay that Bululakaw ...
  • A brief history of the Protestant church in Indonesia 

    Неизвестный автор (Central Philippine University, 1979)
    The oldest Protestant church in Southeast Asia is probably the Protestant Church in Indonesia, the Geredja Protestant Indonesia (GPI) which observed its 374th anniversary last February 27, 1979. It is almost 300 years older ...
  • The Filipino woman in history 

    Sonza, Demy P. (Central Philippine University, 1979)
    “The history of the world is but the biography of great men,” declared Thomas Carlyle. And someone quickly added that “behind every great man is a woman.” In the Philippines, however, women have accomplished great things ...
  • Josefa Abiertas: The first Filipino woman Baptist to gain national renown 

    Sonza, Demy P.; Sonza, Gloria (Central Philippine University, 1979)
    The province of Capiz that has produced such outstanding topnotchers in the Bar examination for lawyers as President Manuel Roxas and Justice Jose Hontiveros, also holds the distinction of having raised the first Filipino ...

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