Computerized Library System

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Computerized Library System

A Thesis

Presented to

Samson College of Science and Technology

In Partial Fulfillment

Of the Requirements for the Degree

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Submitted by:

Camille Bianca R. Cenidoza

Dalgen N. Corpuz

Marylad I. Belano

Christian Mendez

Chapter I
Introduction

A library is a place in which literary and artistic materials such as books, periodicals, newspapers, pamphlets, prints, records, and tapes, are kept for reading, reference or lending. A collection of such materials, especially when systematically arranged; a room of private home for such collection. At first glance, your library is a bunch of books with a librarian to check them out to you, and back in when you return them. Your librarian insures (of tries to, as money permits) your library is well stocked with current titles. These current titles include, in addition to books, videos, tapes and CDs, magazines, encyclopedia, genealogical research stuff and more. The librarian also has to keep the building neat and in good repair and also these things only shows a few of the things which make up your library.

Early modern libraries - Johannes Gutenberg's movable type innovation in the 15th century revolutionized bookmaking. From the 15th century in central and northern Italy, the assiduously assembled libraries of humanists and their enlightened patrons provided a nucleus around which an "academy" of scholars congregated in each Italian city of consequence. Cosimo de Medici in Florence established his own collection, which formed the basis of the Laurentian Library.[20] In Rome, the papal collections were brought together by Pope Nicholas V, in separate Greek and Latin libraries, and housed by Pope Sixtus IV, who consigned the Bibliotheca Apostolica Vaticana to the care of his librarian, the humanist Bartolomeo Platina in February 1475.[21] In the 16th century Sixtus V bisected Bramante's Cortile del Belvedere with a cross-wing to house the Apostolic Library in suitable magnificence.

Background of the Study

Objectives of the Study: The purpose of this study is to expand the knowledge about the library system. We developed a new library system for easier transactions of the library and a hassle-free job.

General Objective - This study aims to design and develop library system for faster processing and hassle-free for borrowing of books of the students.

Specific Objectives - In order to meet the requirements of the general objective, the following specific objectives were formulated: 1. To define possible problems in a library.
2. To analyze how the traditional library system works.
3. To prove that the proposed system is technically and operationally feasible for implementation. Statement of the Problems
1. When most users do not return books at the exact deadline. 2. When most people make noise in the library.
3. Not following a rule that one shouldn’t bring food or drinks. 4. When some of the books cannot be easily found due to unorganized compilation of it. 5. Sometimes it’s hard for the librarian to use the traditional library system so we must prefer a new system for the library.

Scope and Limitation
Scope - The primary objective is to develop a computerized library system that can help others in listing and manipulating the transaction throughout the borrowing and returning process of the book. The proposed system will provide an innovation for the current traditional system that others use.

Limitation - Although this research was carefully prepared, I am still aware of its limitations and shortcomings. First, because of the limit, this research was only conducted only a small size of population like the also students in the entire campus. Therefore, to generalize the results for larger groups, the study should have involved more participants at different levels....
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