Reports Generating features in SOUL 2.0Software:A study

Waghmode, S. S. Reports Generating features in SOUL 2.0Software:A study., 2013 . In UGC Sponsored National Seminar "New Challenges for Libraries for Internet Age", JES's ACS College, Jalana, 20th-21st September, 2013. [Conference paper]

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SOUL or any Library Management Software will work efficiently only if parameters (rules) for each operation are set before the start using in-house working. These parameters are stored in the set-up pages and can be accessed through the various modules as per the requirements of concern libraries. In this paper researcher studied which reports can be generated in SOUL 2.0 software. Administration (14 reports), Acquisition(12reports), Catalogue(20reports), Circulation(31reports), Serial Control(15reports), OPAC and WEB OPAC (13reports) all these modules are provides various daily working reports for the library information. It is very useful to development of any types of library.

Item type: Conference paper
Keywords: Library Automation, Acquisition Section, Reports, S. B. College Library
Subjects: L. Information technology and library technology > LQ. Library automation systems.
Date deposited: 13 Apr 2014 16:26
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:30


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