The books in the library are arranged on the shelves according to the
Library of Congress Classification System. This is a system where the
fields of knowledge are identified by letters, which are used in assigning
the class number of library materials. The letters are combined with
Arabic number, other letters and author notation, which complete the call
number of a book. The outline is presented below:
The card catalog, which serves as guide to the holding of the library, is
available at the 3rd Floor of the NALLRC Building. It is
maintained as backup in case there is a problem in electrical power or in
the event that on-line system bogs down. The catalog cards contain
descriptive information of a book such as call number, author, and title,
place of publication, publisher, copyright date, collation, notes and
The card catalog is always helpful in finding out whether or not a
desired book is among the libraryâ€™s holdings and if it is, where it may be
The Koha Open Source System is the system that the NALLRC is using. It is
designed for better access to its collections and for an improved and faster
delivery of services. The system allows on-line inquiry regarding
NALLRC resources. The OPAC is located at the third floor lobby of the NALLRC
Building. The satellite libraries have their own stand-alone computer for
their own access.
On-line database such as e-books and e-journals by Gale Virtual Library
and Academic OneFile as provider are one of the latest Information
technology tools that the NALLRC has acquired.
The NALLRC also acquires multimedia resources, which are in various
titles for the research needs of the clientele that support its mission,
vision, goals and objectives of. The following multimedia resources are
audio cassettes, beta tapes, Compact disks, compact disks-read only memory,
floppy disks, slides, VHS tapes.
All content is in the public domain unless otherwise stated.
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