Library System Review of Related Studies

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III. REVIEW OF RELATED STUDY

INTRODUCTION
In a highly technological society like the one that we are into, human productivity is made more efficient through the development of electronic gadgets. Now, with the advent of such modernization in education, one way to globalize the process of research is to realized that technology is advancing at an incredibly fast pace. Computers are not confined to being used for entertainment but its role in education is also vast. Library is derived from the old French “libraries” which means “a collection of book”. Reading materials in a school are stored in libraries. The Library is a place in which books and related materials are kept for use but not for sale. It is also organized for use and maintained by a public body, an institution or a private individual. In addition, it is a place in which we get information in different formats and from many sources. The library must be neat so that it is conducive for learning. It is the place where students and researchers go to in order to find all the questions to their queries and ultimately find answers. It is therefore the role of a librarian to keep the place as clean and as orderly as possible. It is also his duty to keep safe all information related to library transactions like the ins and outs of books, journals and magazines.

FOREIGN REVIEW
Library of Congress collections contain over 147 million books, periodicals, manuscripts, maps, music, recordings, images, and electronic resources. More than 16 million records describing these collections are located in the LC Online Catalog. You can search these records by keyword or browse by authors/creators, subjects, name/titles, uniform titles, and call numbers. Browse lists also include searching aids such cross-references and scope notes.

Library of Congress cataloging dates back to 1898. The Online Catalog includes many early records (primarily for books and periodicals) created by the Library between 1898...
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