Overview of Humanized Service of University Library



Humanized service is an important embodiment of the social value of a library. In order to achieve the humanized service, it is necessary to change all kinds of abuses existing in the traditional university libraries and establish various rules and regulations and measures for the fulfillment of the humanized service to provide rich cultural atmosphere and a comfortable environment of learning for readers and further enhance the level of library service.


Humanized service; University library; Librarian; Reader

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Chen, M. (2013). Excerpts of speeches in the symposium on construction of working style of executive branches. Journal of University of Jinan, 16, June 19, (in the second edition). (In Chinese).

Han, X. D. (2011). On humanized service of school library. Theory and Practice of Education, (12), 30-31. (In Chinese).

Yang, X. N. (2005). Connotation and implementation of humanized service of universities library under network environment. Modern Information, (12), 109. (In Chinese).

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.mse.1913035X20130703.2608


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