Thesis and Research Paper on Computerized Library System

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Thesis and Research Paper on Computerized Library System

By | July 2012
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Computerized Library System
Introduction
Schools set the various pedagogical changes to achieve the current level of education in other countries. Because of the growing numbers of computer users, this became an effective medium to demonstrate the knowledge and skills of the students. From the traditional searching process for the books in the libraries, the interactive usage of computers can be now addressed as part of the library system. Background and Problem Statement

In the aim of the universities to supply the necessary materials to their students, the idea of library management system is introduces. This involves the utilization for processing, accessing and retrieving the information that can effectively support the process of student’s learning, decision- making and scholastically approaches. Because of the organized approach and systematic management of the information, the accessibility and retrieval in the library can be easy. However, how effective does the computerized library system in the schools or universities to be implemented across the country? Research Aim and Objectives

The aim of the study is to investigate the effectiveness of the computerized library system in order to support the continuous learning in various pedagogical settings. To achieve this primary goal, the study should consider the three objectives. First is to compare the existing library system from the traditional system and identify the pros and cons in both public and private learning institutions. Second is to compare and contrast the various schools or universities that successfully managed the computerized approach as new library system (e.g. Moi University in Kenya and University of the Philippines in Philippines). Third is to identify the weaknesses and potential threats to make a recommendation on how to strengthen the computerized library system. Literature Review

By exploitation of the computers in access and management of information, universities can now...