A Library is a place where many books are kept. Most libraries are public and let people take the books to use in their home. Most libraries let people borrow books for several weeks. Some belong to institutions, for example, companies, churches, schools, and universities. Also a person's bookshelves at home can have many books and be a library. The people who work in libraries are librarians.
VYASA COLLEGE LIBRARY FACILITIES
In Our Library, there are many resources to help you with your studies including; over 10,000 books, journals, newspapers and dvds. Additionally, there is a wealth of online resources.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, our friendly team of Library staff are always on hand to offer advice.
Make use of our computers complete with FREE Internet access, word processing and other software packages.
Our Library boasts 3 study areas - which one you choose to study in depends on your needs. The main library provides individual and group study spaces, a silent study area for those students wishing to study quietly, and the group study room which holds up to eight students is ideal for your group work.
A Librarian is a person who works in a library. Librarians help people find books and information. They can teach people how to find books and use the library. A professional librarian is a person who went to school to study library science. They can earn a degree called a Masters in Library Science.
Their main function are to provide support in research and resource linkage for students and faculty of the educational institution. Specific course-related resources are usually provided by the library, such as copies of textbooks and article readings held on 'reserve'.
As the number of books in libraries have steadily increased since their inception, the need for compact storage and access with adequate lighting has grown. The stack system involves keeping a library's collection of books in a space separate from the reading room