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Library Management BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT AND THEIR APPLICATION TO LIBRARY MANAGEMENT

Structure
1.0 Objectives
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Management - Meaning and Scope
1.3 Scientific Management
1.4 Levels of Management and Managerial Skills
1.5 Managerial Functions
1.5.1 Planning
1.5.2 Organising
1.5.3 Staffing
1.5.4 Directing
1.5.5 Controlling
1.5.6 Other Managerial Functions
1.6 General Principles of Management
1.6.1 Taylor's Principles
1.6.2 Fayol's Principles
1.6.3 Barnard's Principles
1.7 Library Management

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UNIT 2 LIBRARY ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
Structure
2.0 Objectives
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Formal and Informal Organisational Structures
2.3 Process of Structuring
2.3.1 Factors Affecting Organisational Structure
2.3.2 Principles of Ogranisations
2.4 Characteristics of Division (Departmentation)
2.5 Organisational Charts

UNIT 3 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
SYSTEM (MIS)
Structure
3.0 Objectives
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Definition and Meaning of Management Information System
3.3 Scope. Objectives and Purposes of Management Information System
3.4 Characteristics of Management Information System
3.5 Benefits of Management Information System
3.6 Problems and Pitfalls in Developing MIS
3.7 Management Information System for Library and Information Managers

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UNIT 4 PHYSICAL PLANNING OF LIBRARY
Structure
4.0 Objectives
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Library Building
4.2.1 Preliminary Considerations (Preplanning Activities)
4.2.2 Preparation of a Library Programme/ Proposal
4.2.3 Space Allocation, Utilisation and Management
4.3 Library Furniture
4.3.1 Library Stack
4.3.2 Periodical Display Rack
4.3.3 Card Catalogue Cabinet
4.3.4 Charging Desk
4.3.5 Special Furniture Items
4.4 Library Equipment
4.4.1 Filing Equipment
4.4.2 Record-keeping Equipment
4.4.3 Microform Reading Equipment
4.4.4 Copying Equipment
4.4.5 Non-Conventional Indexing and Filing Equipment
4.4.6 Miscellaneous Supplies and Equipment
4.5 Name and other Sign Boards
4.6 Lighting and Power
4.7 Other Aspects
4.8 Standards Specification

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UNIT 5 TYPES OF INFORMATION RESOURCES,
SELECTION PRINCIPLES INCLUDING
COMMUNICATION MEDIA
Structure
5.0 Objectives
5.1 Introduction
5.2 User's Studies
5.2.1 Institutional Characteristics
5.2.2 User Groups
5.2.3 Individual User Interests
5.2.4 Methods of Survey and Study
5.3 Information Resources
5.3.1 Documentary Sources
5.3.2 Non-Documentary Sources
5.4 Classification of Documents
5.4.1 By Physical Characteristics
5.4.2 By Information Characteristics
5.4.3 Books
5.4.4 Periodicals and Serials
5.4.5 Government Documents
5.4.6 Dissertations and Theses
5.4.7 Reports
5.4.8 Pamphlets
5.4.9 Standards and Specifications
5.4.10 Patents
5.4.11 Trade Literanire
5.4.12 Maps, Atlases and Globes
5.4.13 Photographs and Illustrations
5.4.14 Microfbrms
5.4.15 Audio-visuals
5.4.16 Reference Books
5.4.17 Non-Documentary Sources
5.4.18 Institutional Resources
5.4.19 Human Resources
5.5 Selection Principles
5.5.1 Drury's Principles
5.5.2 Dewey's Principles
5.5.3 McColvin's Principles
5.5.4 Ranganathan's Principles
5.6 Policies, Norms and Standards

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UNIT 6 DIFFERENT TYPES OF SELECTION TOOLS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE
Structure
6.0 Objectives
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Information Materials : Producers and Products
6.2.1 Print Materials
6.2.2 Non-Print Materials
6.3 Selection Tools: Books
6.3.1 Current Lists
6.3.2 Catalogues and Bibliographies
6.3.3 National Bibliographies
6.3.4 Subject Bibliographies
6.3.5 Current Reviews
6.3.6 Special Lists
6.4 Selection Tools: Other Print Materials
6.4.1 Periodicals and Serials
6.4.2 Government Publications
6.4.3 Reference Books
6.4.4 Patents
6.4.5 Standards and Specifications
6.4.6 Translations
6.4.7 Dissertations and Theses
6.5 Selection Tools: Non-print Materials
6.5.1 Microforms
6.5.2 Audio-Visual Materials
6.5.3 Computer-based Materials
6.5.4 Equipment for Non-Print Materials

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UNIT 7 ACQUISITION PROCEDURES: BOOKS AND NON-BOOK MATERIAL
Structure
7.0 Objectives
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Acquisition Department
7.3 Document Selection
7.3.1 Planning
7.3.2 Job Analysis
7.3.3 Procedure
7.4 Document Procurement
7.4.1 Planning
7.4.2 Ordering Procedure
7.4.3 Job Analysis
7.4.4 Problems in Acquisition
7.5 Document Accessioning
7.5.1 Planning
7.5.2 Factors in Planning
7.5.3 Accession Register
7.5.4 Job Analysis
7.5.5 Accession Procedure
7.5.6 Passing of Bills
7.6 Non-Book Materials
7.6.1 Acquisition of NBM
7.7 Records and Registers
7.7.1 Book Selection Card
7.7.2 Budget Allocation Register
7.7.3 Accession Register
7.7.4 Work Diary
7.7.5 Files
7.7.6 Some Observations

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UNIT 8 ACQUISITION OF PERIODICALS AND SERIALS
Structure
8.0 Objectives
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Periodicals Department
8.3 Periodicals Selection
8.3.1 Planning
8.3.2 Selection Procedure
8.4 Periodicals Procurement
8.4.1 Planning
8.4.2 Ordering Procedure
8.4.3 Job Analysis
8.4.4 Problems in Acquisition of Periodicals
8.5 Periodicals Receiving Work
8.5.1 Planning
8.5.2 Procedure
8.5.3 Periodicals Servicing Work
8.6 Records, Forms and Registers

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UNIT 9 TECHNICAL PROCESSING
Structure
9.0 Objectives
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Technical Department
9.2.1 Need for Technical Processing
9.2.2 Organisational Structure
9.3 Planning and Organisation
9.3.1 Classification Scheme
9.3.2 Catalogue Code
9.3.3 Internal Form of the Catalogue
9.3.4 Physical Form of the Catalogue
9.3.5 Classification and Cataloguing Policy
9.3.6 Personnel
9.3.7 Tools
9.3.8 Materials and Equipments
9.4 Job Analysis
9.5 Procedures and Routines
9.5.1 Physical Processing Work
9.5.2 Classification Work
9.5.3 Cataloguing Work
9.5.4 Coordinating Work
9.5.5 Releasing Work
9.5.6 Card Filing Work
9.6 Forms and Records

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UNIT 10 CIRCULATION WORK
Structure
10.0 Objectives
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Circulation Work
10.2.1 Goals of Circulation Work
10.2.2 Scope of Circulation Work
10.3 Circulation Systems
10.3.1 Register Systems
10.3.2 Card Systems
10.3.3 Semi-Mechanical Systems
10.3.4 Automated Circulation Systems
10.4 Circulation Functions
10.4.1 User Registration
10.4.2 Charging and Discharging Functions
10.4.3 Controlling Processes
10.5 Charging Systems
10.5.1 Browne Charging Systems
10.5.2 Newark Charging Systems
10.6 Inter-library Loan.
10.7 Planning and Management
10.7.1 Factors in Planning
10.7.2 Circulation Management
10.7.3 Records and Statistics
10.7.4 Miscellaneous Jobs

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UNIT 11 MAINTENANCE, SHELVING AND
STOCK VERIFICATION, ETC.
Structure
11.0 Objectives
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Maintenance Work and Management
11.2.1 Areas of Responsibility
11.2.2 Functions
11.2.3 Relations with Other Sections
11.2.4 Management
11.3 Stacking Principles
11.4 Stacking Systems
11.4.1 Double Rows on Fixed Shelves
11.4.2 Hinged Stacks
11.4.3 Rolling Stacks
11.4.4 Multitier Stacks
11.4.5 Compact Storage
11.4.6 Conventional Shelving
11.4.7 Current Issues of Periodicals and Non - Book Material - Storing, Shelving
and Arrangement
11.5 Library Material Arrangement
11.5.1 Classified Arrangement
11.5.2 Broken Order
11.5 .3 Special Sequence
11.5.4 Block Arrangement
11.6 Stack Maintenance
11.6.1 Stack Guides
11.6.2 Shelf Register/Shelf List
11.6.3 Maintenance Routine
11.6.4 Tools
11.7 Stock Verification
11.7.1 Need for Stock Verification
11.7.2 Methods
11.7.3 Advantages and Disadvantages of Stock Verification
11.7.4 Loss of
Books
11.8 Withdrawal and Weeding
11.8.1 Withdrawal
11.8.2 Weeding

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UNIT 12 ELEMENTS OF BINDING AND PRESERVATION
Structure
12.0 Objectives
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Binding and Preservation Work
12.2.1 Purpose and Objectives of Binding
12.2.2 Library Binding: A Historical Sketch
12.2.3 Binding Policy for Libraries
12.2.4 Home Bindery vs Commercial Bindery
12.2.5 Choice of Bindery: Factors to
be Considered
12.3 Binding Processes
12.3.1 Collation
12.3.2 Sewing
12.3.3 Attaching Covers
12.3.4 Endpapers
12.3.5 Gilding
12.3.6 Headbands
12.3.7 Hollow backs
12.3.8 Finishing
12.4 Kinds of Library Bindings
12.4.1 Publishers Casings and Paperbacks
12.4.2 Library Reinforced Binding
12.4.3 Decoration Materials
12.5 Binding Materials
12.5.1 Covering Materials
12.5.2 Sewing Materials
12.5.3 Decoration Materials
12.6 Binding: Organisation and Management
12.6.1 Activities of the Binding Division
12.6.2 Specimen of a Binding Register
12.7 Care and Preservation of Library Materials

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UNIT 13 HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT :
CONCEPT AND CONTOURS
Structure
13.0 Objectives
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Human Resources Development (HRD)
13.2.1 What is HRD
13.2.2 Need and Purpose
13.3 Components of HRD
13.3.1 Strategic and Operational Planning
13.3.2 Mechanisms
13.3.3 HRD Process
13.4 HRD in Indian Libraries and Information Centres

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UNIT 14 PERSONNEL PLANNING
Structure
14.0 Objectives
14.1 Introduction
14.2 What is Personnel Planning?
14.3 Need and Purpose of Personnel Planning
14.4 Elements of Personnel Planning and Policy
14.5 Methods and Techniques of Personnel Planning
14.5.1 Estimating Manpower Requirements
14.5.2 Recruitment
and Selection
14.5.3 Induction and Deployment
14.5.4 Development of Knowledge and Skills
14.5.5 Performance Assessment, Counseling and Coaching
14.5.6 Communication
14.6 Personnel Planning for Libraries and Information Centres in India

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UNIT 15 PARTICIPATIVE MANAGEMENT
AND TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (TQM)
Structure
15.0 Objectives
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Components of Participative Management
15.2.1 Leadership
15.2.2 Organisational Style
15.3 Participative Management in Libraries and Information Centres
15.4 Advantages and Disadvantages of Participative Management
15.5 Total Quality Management (TQM)
15.6 Elements of Total Quality Management (TQM)
15.7 Implementing TQM Techniques in Library and Information Centre
Management
15.7.1 Identification of Customers
15.7.2 Standardization of Work Processes
15.7.3 Quality Measurement Procedure
15.7.4 mprovement in Internal Organisation Management
15.7.5 Improvement of Human Resources
Management
15.8 Barriers to Implementing TQM

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UNIT 16 LIBRARY FINANCE
Structure
16.0 Objectives
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Financial Management
16.2.1 Principles of Financial Management
16.2.2 Financial Management in Service-Oriented and Not-for-Profit
Organisations
16.3 Sources of Funds
16.3.1 Academic Libraries
16.3.2 Public Libraries
16.3.3 Special Libraries
16.4 Financial Estimation
16.4.1 Per Capita Method
16.4.2 Proportional Method
16.4.3 Method of Details
16.5 Library Expenditure Planning
16.5.1 Importance of Library Expenditure
16.5.2 Nature of Library Expenditure
16.5.3 Principles of Library Expenditure
16.5.4 Classification of Library Expenditure

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UNIT 17 BUDGETING AND ACCOUNTING
Structure
17.0 Objectives
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Library Budget and Financial Planning
17.2.1 Budgetary Methods
17.2.2 Budgetary Norms and Standards
17.2.3 Preparation of Library
Budget
17.3 Use of Funds, Financial Control and Accounting
17.3.1 Allocation of Funds
17.3.2 Encumbering Funds
17.3.3 Financial Control
17.3.4 Fund Accounting
17.3.5 Financial Records
17.3.6 Financial Audit

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