New Knowledge Management System for Better Knowledge and Information Services in University Libraries



This paper discusses the characteristics of the knowledge management of university libraries and how to use knowledge resources for knowledge management so as to prove that knowledge management is the platform for building level communication system of colleges and universities.


Knowledge management; Knowledge resource; Level communication


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