The University of Sydney Business School, Australia
The intelligent library uses ecological theory to construct a knowledge resource ecosystem to provide users with better knowledge services. At the same time, it can promote knowledge circulation and innovation, reduce the cost of knowledge utilization, and improve the level of intelligent services. This paper introduces the ecosystem of library knowledge resources and its characteristics. This paper introduces the main functions of the university's knowledge resource ecosystem, and designs a knowledge resource ecosystem framework with specific functional modules. And established a corresponding operational guarantee mechanism. The wisdom of the library and the wisdom of information management are inseparable from technology and people. The design thinking co-ordinates the relationship between libraries, technology and people, and clearly grasps all the links in the construction of smart libraries. Design thinking makes the construction of smart libraries the technical application in the chapter is easy to use, and the future development trend of the library is examined from a new perspective. Reinterpreting smart libraries from three dimensions: wireless penetration, intelligent mobility and comprehensive sensibility. According to the "comprehensive perception" attribute of wearable technology, it is introduced into the research of intelligent library management and service. By building its infrastructure, to achieve the goal of building "five smart" smart library.
Smart Library, Wearable Technology, Wearables, Service and Management
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