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Library Management System


Managing multiple knowledge and resource centres such as libraries over a wide geographical area is a complex matter and especially when it involves centralised management and monitoring. The Library Management Solution, ANGKASA, the first made-in-Malaysia library solution that is 100% web-based, transforms libraries into a knowledge hub for enriched learning and knowledge acquisition. Accompanying the design of ANGKASA is the LibraryNet portal, a platform for knowledge sharing and learning among librarians and the communities.

The key objective of ANGKASA is to create a one-stop repository of library collections among government-funded libraries, allowing sharing and circulation of library resources among libraries, thereby ensuring better utilisation of Government funding.

ANGKASA is designed for low operative and administrative cost with ZERO server hardware maintenance overheads for libraries. Server and database operations are outsourced and centrally hosted in a secured 24-hour-operated data centre.

The integrated web-based technology allows access from the Internet that opens greater learning opportunities, especially in remote areas constrained by distance and limitation of physical collections. With ANGKASA, public access of library resources is optimised as it is unconfined by library opening hours and geographical distance, thus enabling convenient access of library collections anytime anywhere.

Besides English language, ANGKASA handles collections in Bahasa Melayu, Chinese and Arabic languages. This widens learning opportunities for the community. First implemented in 2000, ANGKASA v3.0 has since connected 14 public and academic libraries throughout Sarawak. Another major user community is Jabatan Kehakiman Syariah Malaysia, whose main centre at Putrajaya is linked with their legal library collections in other States of Malaysia.


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