Welcome to Francis Academic Press

Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2023, 6(21); doi: 10.25236/AJHSS.2023.062117.

Research on Service Mode of University Library during Public Health Emergencies


Zhou Xin

Corresponding Author:
Zhou Xin

Sichuan Minzu College, Kangding, Sichuan, China


The sudden occurrence of public health incidents has seriously affected people’s production, life and work. Due to the impact of public health incidents, library services have shortened the opening hours and limited the number of people entering the library. In severe cases, individual libraries have temporarily closed their premises and launched online network services. Especially, how to do a good job in library service has become an important task for colleges and universities under the condition of meeting readers’ needs and ensuring readers’ personal health and safety during public health events. At the same time, it also poses new challenges for library service. This thesis analyzes the problems reflected in public health events and explores the service model of university libraries during public health events.


public health events, universities, libraries, reading promotion, management services

Cite This Paper

Zhou Xin. Research on Service Mode of University Library during Public Health Emergencies. Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences (2023) Vol. 6, Issue 21: 100-104. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJHSS.2023.062117.


[1] Wang Ailing,Mou Wenfeng.(2021). Probe into the resource service of university libraries under major epidemic situation. Inner Mongolia Science and Technology and Economy, (21): 124-126.

[2] Zhu Rong.(2021). Emergency services of libraries in COVID-19. Inner Mongolia Science and Technology and Economy, (23): 122-122+124.

[3] Wang Shu,Ma Jiawei.(2022). Research on the emergency management ability of university libraries based on role cognition. Journal of Library and Information Science, 40 (02): 9-14.

[4] Wei Dawei, Liao Yongxia, et al.(2020). On the emergency service experts of libraries in major public safety emergencies. Library journal, 39 (03): 4-18.