E-Book, Application E-Book System of Caltex Riau Polytechnic Library based on Website
AbstractThe PCR library is equipped with a collection of books, lecture materials, and journals that can add insight to students. The existence of this library is to provide information services for learning, research, and community service activities in the context of implementing the Tri Dharma of Higher Education. Campus libraries as information and knowledge managers must be able to use and utilize information technology optimally to meet some of their needs. In an effort to improve service performance, the use of information systems is an alternative or the right solution. The reason for using information systems is for greater processing speed and time effectiveness. Based on the results of interviews with the head of the Riau Caltex Polytechnic library, Mrs. Dini Hidayatul Qudsi, there are several problems faced, namely, the library does not have e-books, even though it is often asked during accreditation. And there are also many lecturers who want to give their e-books to the library. Therefore, we need a system that can help solve this problem by building a "Website-Based E-Book System for the Caltex Riau Polytechnic Library". After testing the system, the results show that all functional systems have been fulfilled. And based on the results of questionnaires that have been distributed, it was found that 87% of library heads, library staff and users agree that the overall system is good at managing e-books, managing library members for admins and for users to read books. Keywords: E-Book, Application, Politeknik Caltex Riau Library, Website
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