Library System

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Chapter I
The Problem and Its Background
1.1 Background of the study
The role of the Gordon Heights National High School Library Booking system is to help manage the effectiveness of library services. A Library system can help in creating an organize list of borrowed and returned books.

Not every school that have a library has a library system; it is commonly manually operated by the librarian. Meaning the librian manually writes or saves borrowed or returned books in a writing material. Students make use of their library card before they can borrow any books. The librarian proceeds with the process of lending books by the students through the use of library card.

The school is planning to switch from a manual system to an automated system so that the files are not all over the place and lessen the time in terms of borrowing and processing of books.
Figure 1 Vicinity Map

Figure 1 Vicinity Map

Vicinity Map

Bernadette F. Tamayo
Asst. Schools Division Superintendent
Bernadette F. Tamayo
Asst. Schools Division Superintendent
Organizational Chart

DR. Roger L. Nuque
ES 1-Mathematics Secondary
DR. Roger L. Nuque
ES 1-Mathematics Secondary
Lourdes G. Gonjoran
ES 1- ALS, Private Schools
Lourdes G. Gonjoran
ES 1- ALS, Private Schools

Ricardo E. Ednave
ES 1-Values Education Secondary
Ricardo E. Ednave
ES 1-Values Education Secondary
Dr. Roland M. Fronoa
ES 1-AP, Music & Arts Secondary
Dr. Roland M. Fronoa
ES 1-AP, Music & Arts Secondary

Daniel P. Miguel
ES 1-EPP,TLE, Disaster Preparedness
Daniel P. Miguel
ES 1-EPP,TLE, Disaster Preparedness
Nelson Oliva
ES 1-Filipino Secondary
Nelson Oliva
ES 1-Filipino Secondary

Saturnino D. Dumilao
ES 1-MAPEH Secondary
Saturnino D. Dumilao
ES 1-MAPEH Secondary
Marietta G. Abuhin
ES 1-TLE Secondary
Marietta G. Abuhin
ES 1-TLE Secondary

Samuel Boqueron
ES 1-Science Secondary
Samuel Boqueron
ES 1-Science Secondary

Teresita F. Edquiban
Administrative Officer V
Teresita F. Edquiban
Administrative Officer V

Figure 2 Organizational Chart

1.2 Conceptual and Theoretical Frameworks
Theoretical Framework
The Theoretical Framework illustrates the current manual process of the daily transactions of the Gordon Heights National High School Library. First, the student needs to present the book and give the library card to the librarian. The librarian will confirm and manually records and write the book information, date received and date to return in a library slip. The student will receive the book and the library slip. INPUT PROCESS OUTPUT Student gives the library card and the book to the librarian. Student gives the library card and the book to the librarian. Librarian records the information and also writes the book information in a library slip.

Librarian records the information and also writes the book information in a library slip.

The student receives the book he/she borrowed with the library slip.

The student receives the book he/she borrowed with the library slip.

The librarian receives the book and returns the library card to the student. The librarian receives the book and returns the library card to the student. The Librarian updates the information and checks if there is any penalty. The Librarian updates the information and checks if there is any penalty. Student/s returns the book he/she borrowed and presents the library slip to the librarian. Student/s returns the book he/she borrowed and presents the library slip to the librarian.

Figure 3 Theoretical Framework
Conceptual Framework
The conceptual Framework illustrates the process of the proposed system. The librarian manages the Library through the system. In the system the student will give the book and the book information to the librarian. The librarian will verify the book if available through the system, if it is available the librarian will take the library card. The student will...
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