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Linköbing Library, Sweden.
Seattle Public Library
3 parts of the library work Administratio n Technique Service
Administration • The range of activities normally associated with the management of a government agency, organization, or institution, such as a library or library system.
Library administration • The control and supervision of library or library system, including • planning • budgeting • policy making • personnel management • public relations • program assessment • maintenance • Dean, Library director
Vision วสยทศน & Mission พนธกจ Santa Monica Public Library
HOMEWORK 10)points( • WORK IN PAIR • Find the library mission and vision )anywhere) in ENGLISH. • Present by powerpoint and send papers next Monday.
Service • • Circulation ILL DDS (Document Delivery Service) Reference Desk
Circulation Service (����� -��� ( • Borrowing and returning of library items. • Circulation Service staff are available to help users with all procedures related to checking out and returning books. • Circulation is also responsible for shelving, locating missing books, and recalling books checked out to other users, among many other things.
Circulation desk / loans desk • The area of the library where staff handle loans • Where is The Office of Academic Resources and Information Technology, Chiangmai Rajabhat University’ s circulation desk? Circulation Service : Northwestern University Main Library
Circulation system A system which stores and matches information on a library item, a borrower and the date due.
Borrower • Also client / patron. A member of a lending library member card
Date due ���� • The date on or before which materials should be returned to the library. • date due slip (������ ( • A slip glued into a book, used to record when it must be returned to the library.
Over borrowing • Borrowing more items than allowed by the borrowing rules • overdue ������ • Kept beyond the due date
Renew ������ • To extend the period for which a library item is on loan.
Reserve) ������ : �������� ( • To request an item as soon as it is returned from loan or otherwise made ready for borrowing.
Library Circulation Rules Minghsin University of Science & Technology • Borrowing and returning books • During the opening hours, patrons with a valid ID card can borrow books at the circulation counter on the first floor.
Patron Type Max. Loan Items Loan Period (days) Max. Renewals Faculty/Staff 20 30 2 Graduate Students Undergraduat es 20 30 2 10 14 2
Overdue 1. All overdue books are fined NT$2 per day per item. 2. Procedure for students’ graduation or faculty/staff quit will be blocked unless all fines are paid. Lost 1. If a material is lost, patrons must compensate the Library with a copy of the same item. 2. For out-of-print materials, patrons must pay the Library 2 times the value of the material. Renewal 1. Library materials may be renewed twice at the circulation desk by presenting your Student ID card or by searching your borrowing records and renewing selected items on Library homepage. 2. A book may not be renewed if another patron has placed a hold on it.
Reserved Patrons may reserve the borrowed books at the circulation desk by presenting your Student ID card or through the library catalog system. You will be notified by a e-mail when the item is available to be picked up. Audio/Video materials 1. All kinds of audio/video materials are kept at the multimedia materials room on the fourth floor. All the faculty/staff and students are entitled to view them in the library. 2. All the audio/video materials are borrowed and returned at the circulation counter on the fourth floor. 3. There are no renewals and no reservations for patrons. 4. All overdue materials are fined NT$5 per day per item.
Students loan rules： Materials DVD/VCD (home edition) CD/Video Tape Faculty/Staff loan rules： Max. Loan Items Loan Period (days) Materials Max. Loan Items Loan Period (days) 1 3 DVD/VCD 3 3 1 7 CD/Video Tape 3 7
Library Rules • • Library materials must not be removed from the library unless they have been properly borrowed. Library staff has the right to ask members to show all books and personal belongings at the exit if deemed required. Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in the library Smoking and consumption of Food and Drink are not permitted in the library
Library Rules • • Loud conversation or other disturbance is forbidden in the library. Mobile phones should be switched to vibration mode whenever in the Library. People outside ………… University, please sign the visitor register when enter the library. Take care of your belongings. The Library staff will not be responsible for any loss or damage of your personal belongings left unattended in the library.
Barcode • Product identification code made up of thick and thin lines. Used to identify a library item uniquely. 1. Patron/ User Card (��������� ) 2. Item Barcode )�������� (
Barcode reader • A device used to read a barcode into a computer
Shelve • To place material in order on the shelves • reshelf • To replace items on the shelf in order
shelf guide • A sign to show the sequence of call numbers in a particular set of shelves
Shelf read • To check the order of the materials on the shelves
Closed access • Where users only have access to items in the collection by requesting them from a member of the library staff. • Most often occurs in large research libraries or some section of academic library • ex. Rare book, Special Book, Thesis and Research.
Closed access United College We Chung Multimedia library: Hong Kong
Patron Self Check-in/Check-out: • Self check station
Self checkout machines are automated alternatives to the traditional cashier-staffed checkout at retailers. They have been implemented most often in stores like those which sell groceries, and other large scale stores.
Patron Self Check-in/Check-out: • Self service station LIEN YING CHOW LIBRARY : SG
Interlibrary loan) ILL( • A loan made by one library to another for the use of an individual, including the provision of a photocopy of the original work requested.
Document Delivery Service (DDS) • The provision of published or unpublished document in hard copy, microform, or digital format, usually for a fixed fee upon request. • In most libraries, DDS is provided by the Interlibrary loan office on a cost- recovery basis. • The patron is usually required to pick up printed material at the library, but electronic full-text may be forwarded via e-mail. • Also refer to the physical or electronic delivery of documents from library collection to the residence or place of business of a library user, upon request. • For a directory of document suppliers: Doc. Del. net or Ariel
DDS System: http//: drcwww. uvt. nl/~roes/articles/enclis. htm
Kindle's Wireless Document Delivery Gets a Hefty Price Hike, Now Charged by the Megabyte BY JOHN HERRMAN, 6: 07 AM ON THU APR 30 2009, 7, 164 VIEWS
(���������� ( • The reference desk or information desk of a library is a public service desk where professional librarians or reference librarians offer help to library users.
Reference librarians • In the United States, the library staff member that sits at a reference desk is generally required to have a Masters in Library Science.
Reference Desk at TK Park
• All books have a RFID tag pasted below the accession slip. • The tag is in the shape of a white small square patch that is noticed only when observed.
RFID : Radio-frequency identification • The use of an object (typically referred to as an RFID tag) applied to or incorporated into a product, animal, or person for the purpose of identification and tracking using radio waves. • Some tags can be read from several meters away and beyond the line of sight of the reader.
Biblio. Roll • a device for the reading activity in ubiquitous computing environment. • shaped cylindrical with scroll interaction and a display divided into three, which suggests a different appearance from traditional books. • users can read by combining or comparing with the information from the books they have or from the ones spread everywhere. • it is possible to put meta-data on them. • it makes users experience a totally different way of reading from traditional books or e-books. • Using Biblio. Roll gives not only an experience of reading but a new experience of gaining knowledge.
Acquisition • The process of adding to a library’s collection by purchase, gift or exchange.
Budget ���� • A financial plan based upon the estimated expenditure related to a project, process etc.
Budget cycle : ������ /����� • Similar to the accounting period, it is the timeframe in which money allocated should be spent • e. g. money allocated for salaries in academic year 2550 must be spent during October 2549 to September 2550.
book shop / bookstore • Shop which specializes in selling books. • • • Chula Book Center (��������� ( DK Book Center Suriwong Book Center TU Book Center (�������������� ( KU Book Center (�������������� ( Asia Book Kinokuniya Bookgazine AA Book Tower
dealer • Person whose business is buying or selling things.
book catalogue • A catalogue printed and bound in book format
credit • Time allowed for payment of goods (books) after they have been received.
on order file • A listing of all the items ordered by a library and not yet received.
invoice • Official document listing the goods or services supplied and starting the amount of money owed.
confirming order • An order for an item already received. It is drawn up to start the payment process.
out-of-print • No longer available from the publisher for purchase.
claim • A form or letter to a publisher or subscription agent notifying of a serial issue which has not been received.
payment • Sum of money given to someone in return for goods or services.
Cataloguing • A library catalog (or library catalogue) is a register of all bibliographic items found in a particular library. • A bibliographic item can be any information entity (e. g. , books, computer files, graphics, realia, cartographic materials, etc (.
• The card catalog was a familiar sight to library users for generations, but it has been effectively replaced by the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC. (
Goal of a library catalog • . 1 Finding objective : to enable a person to find a book of which either. • the author • the title • the subject
• . 2 Collocating objective : to show what the library has. • by a given author • on a given subject • in a given kind of literature
• . 3 Choice objective : to assist in the choice of a book. • as to its edition (bibliographically ( • as to its character (literary or topical (
The card catalog at Yale University's Sterling Memorial Library
Cataloging Tools • AACR 2 stands for the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Second Edition. • AACR 2 is designed for use in the construction of catalogues and other lists in general libraries of all sizes. • The rules cover the description of, and the provision of access points for, all library materials commonly collected at the present time.
OPAC • An Online Public Access Catalog or OPAC (WEBOPAC for Internet/Intranet Public Access Catalogue ( • is a computerized online catalog of the materials held in a library. • The library staff and the public can usually access it at computers within the library, or from home.
• OPAC terminals began to replace card catalogs in many libraries in the 1980 s. Since the mid 1990 s, these systems have increasingly migrated to Web-based interfaces.
CMUL OPAC : INNOPAC
MJU i. PAC : Dynix: Horizon Information Portal 2. 1
Classification • A library classification is a system of coding and organizing library materials (books, serials, audiovisual materials, computer files, maps, manuscripts, realia) according to their subject and allocating a call number to that information resource.
classification systems • Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC ( • Library of Congress Classification (LC (
List of Dewey Decimal classes. • • • – 000 Computer science, information, and general works – 100 Philosophy and psychology – 200 Religion – 300 Social sciences – 400 Language – 500 Sciences – 600 Technology (Applied science( – 700 Arts and recreation – 800 Literature – 900 History and geography
• • • 020 Library & information sciences 021 Library relationships 022 Administration of the physical plant 023 Personnel administration 024 Not assigned or no longer used 025 Library operations 026 Libraries for specific subjects 027 General libraries 028 Reading, use of other information media 029 Not assigned or no longer used
LC • The Library of Congress Classification (LCC) is a system of library classification developed by the Library of Congress. • It is used by most research and academic libraries in the U. S. and several other countries.
Use information from title page to write bibliography
Call Number The call number is the symbol that the library uses for a given book. It has three parts: 1. Class number. 2. Author number. A. First letter of surname. B. Cutter number. 3. Workmark.
Call Number. 1 The class number is derived from either the L. C. or D. C. classification system. . 2 The author number is derived from the surname and the cutter number manual. . 3 The workmark is derived from the first letter of the book.
Call Number( 001. 6 O 13 C Example: Computer and Information Processing, by James A. Osbrien 001. 6 This is the class and subclass/division that refers to computer and information processing. O 13 C O is the first letter of the author surname (Osbrien), 13 is the cutter number, and C is the first letter of the title (Computer(