Exploration on Information Service Mode Construction in University Libraries Guided by Mirror-Paradigm Theory

Xuemei LIANG

Abstract


Scientific and technological growing has promoted the reform of information technology, and also generated qualitative influence on information service development of university libraries. Now, under the deepening development of information age, improving the information service mode of our university libraries, establishing a high level information service mode for the university teachers and students will be our emphasized issues, while the emerging of Mirror-Paradigm theory has shown a completely new growing direction for this issue. Relying on and supporting by Mirror-Paradigm theory, it will play a profound role in the essential improvement of realization of information service mode in university libraries. 


Keywords


Mirror-paradigm theory; University libraries; Information service; Mode construction

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