Library Managemnt Solution

System Deployment
Conversion/Data Entry



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Automating library services helps better organize and circulate library materials, which ultimately creates an ability in a multi-campus environment to locate library materials on other campuses and eliminating the need for duplication of source in all the university libraries.  This phenomena allows libraries to serve the academic community efficiently, and subsequently enable them to contribute a lot in the effort towards facilitating research and development in the country.

Our open source based customized library solutions allows the respective university library users to:

  • search and browse library catalog from any computer accessing the server
  • place and manage reservations
  • renew their items
  • view borrowing history and fines
  • create and share permanent Book Lists
  • notify users about availability of books by email
  • notify users of over due dates
  • allow users the books that are in their possession etc.

The system has:

  • a friendly and integrated web-based interface
  • library standards compliance (MARC, Z39.50)
  • circulation, borrower, and fines management
  • acquisitions, cataloging, and serials modules

Expected Outputs and Benefits: The main anticipated outputs from this project are the following.

  • Automation of the activities of each of the university library there by establishing efficient library services that will result in satisfied users and motivated library staff.
  • Enhancement of the information resources of the university libraries.
  • Enhancement of the human resource of the university libraries.
  • Facilitate the joint acquisitions of library items support the bibliographic records exchange among the university libraries.

From a successful completion of the project, the following are some of the expected major benefits to be obtained:

  • Strengthen the higher educations information networks.
  • Cost saving resource utilizations.
  • Resource sharing within and among the university libraries will be possible.
  • The development of indigenous databases and other information sources will enhance information resource capability.
  • Increase in efficiency of the overall services of university library, in quality and quantity, both to internal and external students and researchers will be improved.
  • The levels of users and information professionals in terms of networking, library automation and their application will be raised which in turn stimulate other developments in the area of systems: databases and programs design and development.
  • It contributes to overall objective of the country‘s information resource sharing and networking.



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