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A new model of subject service in university library in the age of digital intelligence

Xiaoping Zhang


In the traditional sense, university library is a place to provide book borrowing and reading services, but in the age of digital
intelligence, the function of library has undergone great changes. The library should not only provide rich paper books and periodical
resources, but also keep up with the era of digital intelligence, and actively build digital library and electronic resource platform to provide
readers with convenient online search and resource acquisition services. Under the background of the digital era, digital resources are
constantly updated and data is in a geometric growth state. Subject services of university libraries can also be presented in a more accurate
service mode to meet the needs of librarians for geometric data services. This paper analyzes in detail the connotation of intelligent subject
service of university library in the digital age, hoping to enrich the content of subject service and promote the reform and optimization of
subject service of university library.


the age of digital intelligence; University library; Subject service; New model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v8i4.12356