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The Public Libraries Role and Practice in the Reconstruction of the Community
This paper aims to emphasize that the public library plays a vital role in the reconstruction of a learning community. It can be a resource-provider, a partner of the community reconstruction, and more importantly, a learning place for the people. Both the public library and the community can combine to form a symbiosis, which then helps reconstruct a learning community. To reach the goal above , the author first discusses the practice and the roles of the public library in Community Age. He then analyzes the five ways in which the public library interacts with community, followed by a discussion of the concept of community reconstruction, an analysis of the four roles the public library plays in community reconstruction, and finally he offers 4 concrete measures the public library can take to accomplish these goals. i.e. organizing community reading clubs, setting up a volunteer community station, establishing a library resource exchange center, and starting community universities or colleges in the hope encouraging the overall reconstruction of local culture and life cycles.
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