DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A SCHOOL LIBRARY INFORMATION SYSTEM


CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1 INSIGHT TO ONLINE MARKETPLACE
1.2 HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF ONLINE MARKETPLACE
1.3 STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
1.4 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
1.5 SIGNIFICANCES OF THE STUDY
1.6 SCOPE OF THE STUDY
1.7 LIMITATION OF THE STUDY
1.8 THE ORGANISATION AND HER ENVIRONMENT
1.9 DEFINITION OF TERMS

CHAPTER TWO
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
2.1OVERVIEW OF LIBRARY INFORMATION SYSTEM
2.2 Â TYPES OF LIBRARY

CHAPTER THREE
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND ANALYSIS OF THE PRESENT SYSTEM
3.1 METHODOLOGY
3.1.1 METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION
3.2 STUDYING OF PROCEDURAL MANUALS
3.3 SYSTEM ANALYSIS
3.4 OBJECTIVES OF THE DESIGN
3.5 DESCRIPTION OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.6 PROBLEMS OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.7 JUSTIFICATION OF THE NEW SYSTEM

CHAPTER FOUR
SYSTEM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
4.1 OVERVIEW OF THE SYSTEM DESIGN
4.2 SYSTEM DESIGN
4.3 THE DATABASE (SPECIFICATION)
4.4 INPUT/OUTPUT SPECIFICATION
4.4 INPUT/ OUTPUT FORMAT
4.5 SYSTEM REQUIREMENT

CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 SUMMARY
5.2 CONCLUSION
5.3 RECOMMENDATIONS
REFERENCES
APPENDIX

Because of World Wide Web, access to the Internet has become part of our daily life. A huge number of people search the Internet every day. More and more people need to search indexed collections. But the commercial technology for searching large collections, developed
in the US government sponsored research projects in 1960s, has not changed much. A new revolution in information retrieval technology has been spurred by this public awareness of the net as a critical infrastructure in 1990s.

Many people believe that a Net Millemmium, where the Net forms the basic infrastructure of everyday life, is coming. "For this transformation to actually occur, however, the functionality of the Net must be boosted beyond providing mere access to one that supports truly effective searches"[1] . All kinds of collections must be indexed and searched effectively, including those for small communities and large disciplines, for formal and informal communications, for text, image and video repositories, and those across languages and cultures. A fundamentally new technology is needed to support this new search and indexing functionality – this is “digital libraries.”

Originally posted 2016-10-31 12:07:31.