Review of Related Literature of Library System

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Chapter 1

I. Introduction
The MPC library is one of the most important sources of information in the education system and the librarian plays a key role in this learning environment. The librarian maintains the book collections of the library as well as other material including: publications, documents and virtual libraries such as audio/video materials. Internet access to virtual sources is also available in the library. All kinds of recorded media are organized by the librarian in an efficient way to assist patrons in locating and obtaining their choice of materials.

I. Statement of the Problem
After we observe the MPC library, we notice that the library has Lack of books. II. Significance of the study
The MPC library should buy some books.
III. History
The name MONTESSORI PROFESSIONAL COLLEGE is derived from Dr. Maria Montessori of Europe. She was the first Doctorate Woman in Italy. She revolutionized the education system of the world. This was considered to be an innovative concept in education. Also, her idea of learning used to promote active personal pursuit of many different experiences: physical, social, emotional and cognitive. She opened her first school in 1907 in Italy. Since then, Montessori schools spread throughout Europe, Canada, United States of America, Australia and Asia, which include the Philippines. Through the guidance of God in Heaven MONTESSORI PROFESSIONAL COLLEGE has been able to avail and consistently became successful in helping others to achieve their ambition for career growth. IV. Mission/ Vision

Mission:
The pursuit of our mission is ignited by a passion to always keep our students on center stage and to deliver to them education of greater worth by transforming the students as world partners in creating awesome life and development.

Vision:
To uphold Institutional Integrity and to constantly seek alignment in shaping students’ dreams to be enlightened and empowered for global opportunities.

1. Student
is a learner, or someone who attends an educational institution

2. Book
is a set of written, printed, illustrated, or blank sheets, made of ink, paper, parchment, or other materials, usually fastened together to hinge at one side. 

3. Librarian
 is a person who works professionally in a library, and is usually trained in librarianship

4. Author
 is broadly defined as "the person who originated or gave existence to anything" and whose authorship determines responsibility for what was created. Narrowly defined, an author is the originator of any written work.

5. Access
In general, the availability of information; ability or privilege to obtain wanted materials such as books.

6. Catalog
A list of items such as books, periodicals, maps, and/or videos arranged in a defined order.

7. Descriptor
A word that describes the subject of an article or book.

8. Due date
The date when borrowed library materials should be returned or renewed.

9. Encyclopedia
A work containing information on all branches of knowledge or treating comprehensively a particular branch of knowledge.

10. Endnote/Footnote
A statement printed at the end of a chapter of book to explain a point in the text, indicate the basis of an assertion, or the cite the source of an concept, idea, quotation, or piece of factual information.

11. Grace period
An established period of time subsequent to the due date during which a library borrower may return items to the library without incurring a fine.

12 Index
A tool for finding citations, abstracts, or completes text; arranged usually in alphabetical order of some specified datum.
13. Information
Data presented in readily comprehensible form to which meaning has been attributed within the context of its use.

14. Journal
Generally a more “scholarly” periodical than a magazine.

15. Keyword
A significant or memorable word or item in the title, abstract, or text of an information resource that...
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