COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN LIBRARY OPERATIONS
SERIALS
 SERIAL is applied in library and information  science to materials “in any medium issued  under the same title in a succ...
Functionalities of Serial Control   Subscription of New Journals   Renewal of Journals   Invoice Processing   Payments...
INVENTORY
Libraries need methods, such as inventories, to determine whether their collections are in  good shape, or whether some p...
Role of Inventory in the Libraries Libraries have thousands of books; large  academic libraries may have millions of  boo...
…employees required may not have extra time to devote to such an inventory, and there are no financial rewards for the Lib...
…which includes less satisfactory activities  such as; weeding book repair shifting counting what libraries think they...
 Inventory may be a legal requirement that  shows that the libraries are accountable for  the money they have spent throu...
 Inventory can also identify anomalies in the  catalog and provide an opportunity to  correct catalog records and labelin...
 Adelphi University Libraries in 2004  completed a complete physical inventory of  its collections (465,629 volumes) as p...
    Sampling is a compromise measure, which    can be an important management tool.    Microsoft Excel or other spreadsh...
INVENTORY
REPORTING
LIBRARY REPORTING has three types:• Annual Report• Monthly Report• Daily Report
END     OFPRESENTATION              Prepared by: Jean Clydee F. Lachica        BLIS-III
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  1. 1. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN LIBRARY OPERATIONS
  2. 2. SERIALS
  3. 3.  SERIAL is applied in library and information science to materials “in any medium issued under the same title in a succession of discrete parts, usually numbered (or dated) and appearing at regular or irregular intervals with no predetermined conclusion”.
  4. 4. Functionalities of Serial Control Subscription of New Journals Renewal of Journals Invoice Processing Payments Receipts of New Issues Reminders for missing issues Browsing Issues Reports Generation
  5. 5. INVENTORY
  6. 6. Libraries need methods, such as inventories, to determine whether their collections are in good shape, or whether some preservation or conservation activities are necessary. How do libraries identify which particular items sitting on their shelves that may not have crossed the circulation desk in a number of years need special attention?
  7. 7. Role of Inventory in the Libraries Libraries have thousands of books; large academic libraries may have millions of books; therein lies our problem. Doing an annual (or less frequent) physical inventory with the laying on of hands on each individual item may not be financially feasible,…
  8. 8. …employees required may not have extra time to devote to such an inventory, and there are no financial rewards for the Library for completing an inventory. Although collecting new materials is viewed as a central mission of the library, maintaining the condition of library collections,
  9. 9. …which includes less satisfactory activities such as; weeding book repair shifting counting what libraries think they have on their shelves.
  10. 10.  Inventory may be a legal requirement that shows that the libraries are accountable for the money they have spent throughout the year. Checking for lost books and materials can be similarly compared to auditing.
  11. 11.  Inventory can also identify anomalies in the catalog and provide an opportunity to correct catalog records and labeling of items. This is also a time when shelves can be rearranged to minimize overcrowding to prevent damage.
  12. 12.  Adelphi University Libraries in 2004 completed a complete physical inventory of its collections (465,629 volumes) as part of its strategic planning process utilizing the Association of College and Research Libraries Standards for Libraries in Higher Education. Examining item by item with a barcode scanner and a laptop.
  13. 13.  Sampling is a compromise measure, which can be an important management tool. Microsoft Excel or other spreadsheet software are used to create samples and it’s very effective in doing such Inventory.
  14. 14. INVENTORY
  15. 15. REPORTING
  16. 16. LIBRARY REPORTING has three types:• Annual Report• Monthly Report• Daily Report
  17. 17. END OFPRESENTATION  Prepared by: Jean Clydee F. Lachica BLIS-III
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