Library management system

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In one of the first papers on library management systems (LMS) in the UK to be published during the review period of 1991-2000, Arfield 1 describes how the changing economics of computing resulted in staff at Reading University Library wishing to move away from a system shared between various libraries…

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Several things that make life worth living

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There are several things that make life worth living. Living a healthy life is most essential, while having a wealthy life is just a bonus. So is the claim made by humanists who seek to preserve the value of life and epitomize the credibility given to a healthy lifestyle. The…

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Racism in the Modern World: Historical Perspectives on Cultural Transfer and Adaptation

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In broad spectrum, racism refers to a belief that a particular race is superior to another because of their skin color, place of origin or religion. It may also be termed as discrimination against a particular groups on grounds of color, cultural believes and religion. People tend to believe that…

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The significance of context in information systems and organizational change

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Since their arrival on the mobile and web computing scene, information systems have had a profound effect on economies, organizations and societies. Individuals have also enjoyed a great deal of the extended effect of the activities that are conducted within the social aggregates provided by information systems. This report seeks…

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Cyber war Vs Cyber terrorism

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In this time and era, we have witnessed the emergence of electronic resources as the most important development of the modern day communication system. Technologies such as cellular phones, home computers, the internet and websites have added another dimension to the way we live our lives today. This presentation seeks…

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Third World and Children

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Children are humans. With this sentence I want to start my assignment, because after having read the paper you will find a deeper meaning in these words. There are many kinds of institutions who work under the umbrella of the United Nations and fight for the right of human. One…

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World War Terminus

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Philip K. Dick (1928-1982) was born in Chicago but settled in California for major part of his life. His academic credentials do not inspire much. He went to College at Berkeley for 1 year and then he ‘entered’ the College of self-education, where his mind became his principal; his initiative…

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Anti War Activism in the World of Cyberspace & Beyond

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The group this study examines is an anti war group, called IVAW or Iraq Veterans Against the War (http://www. ivaw. org) initially organized by veterans of the Iraq War in 2004, one year after the start of the war in Iraq, and have expanded their mission to opposing the conflict…

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Wilfred Cantwell Smith’s World Theology

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Introduction In the name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful. Transcendence is a universal theme of human history. Whether we name it or not, it has influenced and shaped the course of human lives always. Theology is an intellectual systemization of human comprehension of nature of transcendent reality.…

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