Jing Bao1, Jun Xu2, Hu Jia3, Liying Xing4, Gengmin Jiang5, Ke Ding6
1Department of Library, Nanyang Normal University, Nanyang, China
2Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Nanyang Normal University, Nanyang, China
Under the big data (BD) environment, the main work of university library education service is to carry out corresponding business for college students. In this process, we need to constantly improve our professional knowledge, skill level and message literacy. Therefore, in order to achieve this goal, we must pay attention to the effective collection of reader resources. This paper first introduces the concept, management characteristics and functions of university library education, then expounds the principles of improving university library education service, and uses the method of questionnaire to investigate the current situation of university library education service. Finally, the survey results show that students are not satisfied with the overall image of the librarians and the quality of their staff. At the same time, some students believe that at present, colleges and universities have basically established a perfect learning resource system to provide high-quality and efficient message services for the majority of users. Others believe that college students mainly browse when reading, lacking interests and autonomy. In addition, most readers still maintain a wait-and-see attitude towards library education. Most teachers hope to change the working attitude of library staff, improve the management quality and enhance the working ability of staff.
Big Data; University Library; Educational Service; Management Improvement
Jing Bao, Jun Xu, Hu Jia, Liying Xing, Gengmin Jiang, Ke Ding. Management Analysis on the Improvement of Educational Service of University Library under the Environment of Big Data. Frontiers in Educational Research (2022) Vol. 5, Issue 4: 9-14. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2022.050403.
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