Library System Introduction

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Chapter 1
INTRODUCTION

Now, in our society all over the world technology is the most important advancement, a necessity in bringing about progress as we move along in this computerized world. These changes in effect make man’s life easier and more convenient. The relationship between the library and computer is constantly changing that the use of computer contributes to the way man learns and communicates. It easy in this world to strive for changes and since library is no different from any firm and institution, considering the use of computer to perform a given task will be efficient. Librarians have the responsibility not only to know about the ways in which libraries will be managed using techniques of computerized, but also to be aware of the changesthat computerized can bring to the library services in the near future. Traditionally, library systems are implemented manually. Forms are given to Librarian and they fill them of using pens. Afterwards, the school administrators process them manually and complied on large bulky file cabinet. Indeed, the manual Library System is very costly, time consuming and hard task. The primary complaint of school administrators with this system is the tiresome task of searching through records just to verify your query data. The fast phased of technology attributed a lot to the improvement of the library system. Technology enabled software developers to computerize the library system. The automated library system helped the academe greatly. Library, transactions and queries can be created in a single click.

OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

General Objective
The objective of the study was to develop a computerized library system that will store the student’s records such as student’s basic information, books record, and list of borrowers, returned books, borrowed books, and prescriptions of the library for Holy Infant Academy.

 Specific Objectives

a. To be specific, it attempted to satisfy the following...
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