DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTERIZED LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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ABSTRACT

Library is a collection of sources of information and similar resources, made accessible to a defined community for reference or borrowing. Thus the process of handling a library manually is very troublesome and clumsy. As regards to this point of view, the computerized system for handling the activities of library management provides a comprehensive way to lessen physical labour, to reduce complexity of the manual system and soon. This project work aim to design and implement a computerized library management system. The library management system was design and implemented using the HTML (Hypertext mark-up language), CSS (Cascading style sheet), PHP (Hypertext pre-processor) and My SQL database. The system was developed using the V-Model software development approach. An extensive evaluation of the project determines that the project achieved many of its predefined objectives.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF FIGURES
ABSTRACT

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.0       Introduction
1.1       Background to the Study
1.2       Statement of Problem
1.3       Aim and Objectives
1.4       Purpose of the Study
1.5       Scope of the Project
1.6       Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.0       Literature Review
2.1       Introduction
2.2       Development of Library Management System
2.3       Features of Library Management
2.4       Needs for Library Management System
2.5       Library management system initiatives worldwide
2.6       Review of Challenges of Library Professionals in developing country

CHAPTER THREE: SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
3.0       System Analysis and Design
3.1       Introduction
3.2       Information Gathering
3.3       Analysis of Existing system
            3.3.1    Problems of Existing system
            3.3.2    Description of Proposed system
            3.3.3    Advantages of Proposed system
3.4       Design and implementation Methodology
            3.4.1    Software Requirements
            3.4.2    Software tools used
            3.4.3    Hardware Requirements
3.5       System Development Approach
            3.5.1    V MODEL
            3.5.2    Requirement analysis and system design
            3.5.3    Architectural design
            3.5.4    Module design
            3.5.5    Validation phases
3.6       Dataflow Diagrams
            3.6.1    Admin login
            3.6.2    User login
            3.6.3    Book borrow
            3.6.4    Book search
            3.6.5    Account creation
3.7       Final Testing

CHAPTER FOUR: SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION AND DOCUMENTATION
4.0       System Implementationand documentation
4.1       Implementation of the system
4.2       Hardware support
4.3       Software support
4.4       Documentation of the system
            4.4.1    Program documentation
            4.4.2    Procedure design
            4.4.3    Operating system
4.5       Input and Output design
            4.5.1    Home page
            4.5.2    Admin/User Login
            4.5.3    Add books
            4.5.4    Add user
            4.5.5    Book borrow
4.6       Database design
            4.6.1    User table
            4.6.2    Borrow book details
            4.6.3    Book table
            4.6.4    Member table

CHPATER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.0       Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation
5.1       Summary
5.2       Conclusion
5.3       Recommendation
REFERENCES


CHAPTER ONE


1.0                                                       GENERAL INTRODUCTION


1.1       Background of the Study


A library is an organised collection of information sources which is made accessible to the people. The library usually contains the information physically or in a digitized format.In the olden period the access was usually in the library room as the technology grew up the access that was made online (Dinesh et al.,2015). Library is a fast growing organism. The ancient methods to maintain it are no longer dynamic and efficient. For expeditious retrieval and dissemination of information and better service for the clientele, application of modern techniques has become absolutely indispensable (Neelakandan et al., 2010).

Libraries can be divided into categories by several types, which are: Academic libraries, Corporate libraries, Government libraries such as national libraries, Historical society libraries, Private libraries, Public libraries, School libraries, Special libraries,Digital libraries, Picture (photograph) libraries, Slide libraries, Tool libraries, Architecture libraries, Fine arts libraries, Medical libraries, Theological libraries etc.

A library is comprised of the following sections, based on the services rendered.


i.            Acquisition Section: The books demanded by different departments are done by the Acquisition section. University book centre is also working in this section for supply of books to the libraries in this university.
ii.     Technical Section: To classify, catalogue, OPAC, Barcode etc. the documents of the University Library this section is working.

iii.             Circulation Section: This section provides documents to the members and users of library for home reading as well as reading in the library. The documents are arranged on the racks in stacks as per the Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme.
iv.            Periodical Section: To procure, maintain and arrange periodicals services to library members. Periodical section provides reference service with respect to the requirement of the reader. Reference section is attached to periodical section for convenience of the Library users.
v.            Databases:Databases like OPAC, CAB-CD ROM abstracting databases, DELNET online Network Service etc. are available for the library members.

vi.            Reprographic Section: This Section has two automatic plain paper copiers and a duplicating machine through which the services of photocopy are provided to the readers

vii.             Binding Section: This section is working for binding work of the damaged books. Back Volumes and other documents of this Library. The required binding machinery is available in this section.


Library management is a sub-discipline of institutional management that focuses on specific issues faced by libraries and library management professionals. Library management encompasses normal management tasks as well as intellectual freedom, anti-censorship, and fundraising tasks. Issues faced in library management frequently overlap those faced in management of non-profit organizations(Sharma et al.,2005).Library Management System is an application that portraits library system which could be generally small or medium in size. It is used by the librarian to categorically manage the library by the virtue of using a computerized system where he/she can record various transactions like issue of books, return of books, addition of new books, addition of new students etc. (Ashutosh and Ashish., 2011).
Books and user maintenance modules are also included in this system which would keep track of the users using the library and also a detailed description about the books a library contains. With this computerized system there will be no loss of book record or member record which generally happens when a non-computerized system is used. In addition, report module is also included in Library Management System. If user’s position is admin, the user is able to generate different kinds of reports like lists of users registered, list of books, issue and return reports. All these modules are able to help librarian to manage the library with more convenience and in a more efficient way as compared to library systems which are not computerized.
This system will be developed and designed to help librarian record every book transaction so as to reduce and eradicate problem of loss of books and files in the library.

1.2       Statement of the Problem
Presently, transaction of books in the institutional libraries have been done manually in most cases, thereby taking more time for transaction like borrowing of books or return of books and also searching of member and books. Series of problems occur as a result of this thereby resulting to inefficient library management. In most cases as a result of human error there maybe loss and damages of records due to not using a computerized system in the library.
Nevertheless, the difficulty in the searching of books which could be termed to be inadequacy in book Management is a problem in the manual library thereby causing inefficiency and time consuming in the library. Also the problem of space consuming erupts after the number of records become large the space for physical storage of file and records also increases if no computerized system is implemented as well as the issue of cost.Due to problem of lack of prompt information retrieval and time wastage in using the library. In addition due to the....

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