An inquiry into the practice of cultural creativity in libraries of China

  • Pan Xin zhejiang normal university
Keywords: public library, University library, Cultural creativity

Abstract

The cultural and creative industry is the most dynamic, promising and value-added industry and the Chinese government attaches great importance to it. Libraries at all levels begin to actively explore and try to carry out cultural and creative practice. The practice of cultural creativity in libraries can creatively transform the cultural resources of library collections and expand their cultural functions. There are two modes for libraries to carry out cultural and creative practice : industrial development type and industrial development service. Libraries should start with regional characteristics and collection characteristics, and carry out cultural and creative practice with professional help and modern science and technology.

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Author Biography

Pan Xin, zhejiang normal university

Graphic information center of zhejiang normal university, jinhua, zhejiang, China

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Published
2019-05-30
How to Cite
Pan Xin. (2019). An inquiry into the practice of cultural creativity in libraries of China. IJRDO - Journal of Educational Research (ISSN: 2456-2947), 4(5), 61-65. Retrieved from https://ijrdo.org/index.php/er/article/view/2911