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    1. 1. System Design for Nueva Ecija National High School Library<br />Group III<br />Prepared by: Group 3<br />
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    3. 3. During the American regime, many reforms were introduced, including social, economic, and political innovations. It was then that the Wright Institute was established in San Isidro, the first public high school outside of Manila. This institute became the Nueva Ecija High School until its transfer to Cabanatuan in 1927. The building was for a time the municipal hall. The elementary classes were held at the old provincial capitol. An agreement was reached between the school officials and the municipal authorities for the exchange of buildings. The Nueva Ecija High School was then under the supervision of the School Division of San Fernando, Pampanga. Its memories lived through its alumni and students. From 1901 to 1910, the supervision of the school was in the hands of Mr. T. W. Thompson, Division Superintendent of Schools based in San Fernando, Pampanga. Following him were Whipple, Coddington, Hitchcock, Whipple, Miller and Whipple. Mr. Thompson came to the islands in 1901 on transport “Thomas” and was assigned September first of the same year as the Acting Division Superintendent of Nueva Ecija. On May, 1902, he was given regular appointment to the same position. On April, 1907, he became Division Superintendent of Ilocos Sur. On October, 1909, he was appointed Acting Superintendent of the Philippine Normal School. Mr. Thompson was described as an official as earnest, capable, faithful, and efficient; and as a man, his genial temperament and exemplary character were such as to invite friendship, confidence and respect of all who knew him. Thompson died December 20, 1910. The Nueva Ecija High School was located at San Isidro in 1914. Its existence was traced to the time of separation of the intermediate levels of the municipal school of San Isidro from the primary level in the month of May, 1904. But the real history of the high school began in 1902.<br />Prepared by: Group 3<br />
    4. 4. The Administrators, Faculty and Staff of the Nueva Ecija High School endeavor to instill in the mind of every learner the virtue of love of God, of country, and of fellowmen for the development of an upright citizenry. <br />Prepared by: Group 3<br />
    5. 5. Prepared by: Group 3<br />Inclusion of Computer Education subjects to the curricula for junior and senior students to better prepare them for the technological demands of the time. Adoption of the latest technological approaches in teaching through the installation of necessary audio-visual equipment in at least forty-five percent of the classrooms. Establishment of projects within the school that will foster the cultural heritage of the Filipinos particularly of the Novo Ecijanos. Conduct of outreach programs for the out-of-school youth.<br />
    6. 6. <ul><li>Unorganized of book barrowed
    7. 7. Unsorted files and records of Books
    8. 8. Loosing files (cause of hand written process)
    9. 9. Consuming lot of time for borrowing books</li></ul>Prepared by: Group 3<br />
    10. 10. We recommend to change the traditional and manual transaction of Library System because of the following problem, by using our system, it can help them to become faster, and easier to work.<br />Prepared by: Group 3<br />
    11. 11. The study will help the librarian and students of Nueva Ecija High School (NEHS) in improving their traditional or manual transaction of Library System. Through this method, it can help them to make their work easier, it can also avoid loosing of files or records and make the transaction faster than to manual transaction.<br />Prepared by: Group 3<br />
    12. 12. This plan is to create a computerized Library System. It is the Information Technologies that will build the school to be competitive in providing a better service.<br />Prepared by: Group 3<br />
    13. 13. Scope<br /><ul><li>Only the admin or librarian can manage the system, view and update the records of the books.
    14. 14. The admin can print the information of barrowed book.</li></ul>Limitation<br /><ul><li>Can’t avoid the threats of any computer virus
    15. 15. Without Classification of the book</li></ul>Prepared by: Group 3<br />
    16. 16. Prepared by: Group 3<br />Borrowing<br />Report<br />Update Data<br />Issue Book<br />Search Book<br />
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    18. 18. Hardware :<br />Prepared by: Group 3<br />
    19. 19. Software :<br />Prepared by: Group 3<br />
    20. 20. Prepared by: Group 3<br />Minimum Price (Blas Edward’s)<br />
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    23. 23. Prepared by: Group 3<br />1<br />1<br />1<br />M<br />
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    25. 25. Prepared by: Group 3<br />Username/Admin<br />Username<br />Password/Least 6 Char<br />Password<br />Clear<br />Login<br />Exit<br />User Login Form<br />
    26. 26. Prepared by: Group 3<br />Issue Book<br />Return Book<br />Book Records<br />Member Records<br />Exit<br />Unreturned Book Reminder<br />Main Menu Form<br />
    27. 27. Prepared by: Group 3<br />ID<br />Name<br />Member ID<br />Book ID<br />Issue<br />DATE<br />Return<br />DATE<br />Save<br />Cancel<br />Issue Book Form<br />
    28. 28. Prepared by: Group 3<br />ID<br />Name<br />Member ID<br />Book ID<br />Return Date<br />DATE<br />Save<br />Cancel<br />Book Return Form<br />
    29. 29. Prepared by: Group 3<br />ID<br />Date<br />Name<br />Publication<br />Subject<br />Author<br />Price<br />Save<br />Cancel<br />Books Records Form<br />
    30. 30. Prepared by: Group 3<br />System Planning Design<br /> Date<br />ID<br />Name<br />Age<br />Class<br />Division<br />Address<br />Save<br />Cancel<br /> Members Records Form<br />
    31. 31. Prepared by: Group 3<br />