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Building & Main Services

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1. Important Events

  • August 12, 1997 – The design contest of the Library & Information Center was won by Shen, Zu-Hai Architecture Company.
  • March 26, 1999 – The construction of the Library & Information Center started.>
  • March, 2001 - The construction of the Library & Information Center completed.>
  • August 10, 2001 – The Library & Information Center was open.>
  • November 13, 2001 – The grand opening ceremony of the Library & Information Center was held.>

2. Features & Floor Plan

  • The floorage of the Library & Information Center is 22,540m² with eight stories. The design focuses on the importance of both technology and humanity to realize NKFUST’s philosophy of fulfilling practical teaching, enhancing technological integration, and valuing general education. For students and faculty members, it is an excellent place for research and learning.>

1. LIC Building

  • 1. The LIC building has six floors above and two floors underground, with total floor space of 22,540 square meters. The construction began in March 1999. Upon completion, the new LIC moved in the building in June 2001 and was officially inaugurated in August.
  • 2. On Floor 1, students may find diverse and open spaces for self-learning and group study at the First Tech Learning Commons, opened on May 11, 2012. Discussion rooms and presentation rooms can be reserved for learning. Multimedia instructional materials production and poster printing are also available here.
  • 3. Next to the Learning Commons on Floor 1 is the Language Learning Center, where houses distance learning classrooms, computing and internet data center, and LIC section offices.
  • 4. The LIC’s main entrance and services desks (circulation desk and information desk) are on Floor 2, where periodicals and newspaper, references and new arrivals are displayed and ready for reading and browsing. The Information Search Area is equipped with public workstations accessible for users to extensive library holdings and electronic resources. Book borrowers may utilize two self-check machines by the exit to check out books.
  • 5. On Floors 3 and 4, a wide array of book collections is kept on open stacks for reading and borrowing. Discussion rooms and Research Booths on these floors are available for loan to students.
  • 6. On Floor 5, opened in October 2011, users may find a collection of computer books of Year 2000 edition in Chinese and Japanese, duplicates of books, older edition books, rarely used books and a few bound periodicals, and audiovisual materials on open stacks and in the audiovisual area.
  • 7. On Floor 6 are an international conference hall, group discussion rooms and a VIP room, with a coffee shop providing meals.
  • 8. In Basement 1, an open Study Room and enclosed Research Study Areas with study carrels are designated to offer quiet study spaces for students.

2. Main Services

  • 1. Offering reading spaces and circulation services (incl. material borrowing and returning, room and equipment lending).
  • 2. Developing Collection and allowing for online purchase recommendation.
  • 3. Providing information consulting, interlibrary services and library use promotion.
  • 4. Offering collection search and information search services
  • 5. Electronic resources search and full-text article retrieval (e.g. database, e-books and e-journals, theses, etc.)
  • 6. Campus network and information services (internet access, roaming on other university campus, Webmail, personal webpage space, authorized student-edition software downloading, poster printing, multimedia production of instructional materials, etc.)
  • 7. Photocopying and printing services
The Floor Plan and Seat Number

Floor Plan

Seat Number

B1

Self-Study Room / Art Gallery / Book & Stationery Store / Copy Center / Convenience Store

Self-Study Room: 150 seats

1F

Multimedia Center / Research Assistance Room / Distance Teaching Classroom / Mechanical Room / Systems Support Section / Collection Development Section / Network  & Multimedia Section

Audiovisual Room: 48 seats
Audiovisual Booth: 80 seats
Reading Area: 956 seats
Newspaper Reading Area: 12 seats
Information Retrieval Area:
Sitting –71 seats
Standing – 72 seats
Couch Area: 267 seats
Discussion: 120 seats
Research Booth: 60 seats

2F

Entrance & Exit / Research Assistance Room / Circulation & Reference Consultation Desk / Journals & Newspapers / Teacher Publications / Reference Books / Maps / DIY Borrowing / New Book Display / Copy Room / Director Office / Information Service Section

3F

Collections
General / Philosophy / Psychology / Religion / History & Geography / Language & Literature / Art Special Collections /
Thesises & Dissertations / NKFUST Publications Reading Area / Discussion Room / Research Booth / Copy Room

4F

Collections
Natural Sciences / Applied Sciences / Business & Management / Social Sciences
Reading Area / Discussion Room / Research Booth / Copy Room

5F

Collections (not open)
Reading Area / Discussion Room / Research Booth / Copy Room

6F

International Conference Hall / Group Discussion Room

International Conference Hall: 236 seats
Group Discussion Room: 175 seats

Floor Space layout Main services Remarks
Basement 1 (B1) Study Room, Research Study Areas, Art Exhibition Hall (of the General Education Center), Learning & Discussion Room (of the Academic Affairs Office) Self-studying Research Study Areas available to students free of charge on trial basis between Oct. 2012 and June 2013

Floor 1

(First Tech Learning Commons and the Offices)

First Tech Learning Commons, multimedia production room, distance education classrooms, computing & internet data center, Language Learning Center, Collection Management Section, System Support Section, Network & Multimedia Section Printed materials for on-site reading and browsing, group discussion rooms for loan, digital media production and poster printing available. First Tech Learning Commons opened on May 11, 2012; audiovisual material area and individual audiovisual stations moved to Floor 5.

Floor 2

(Periodicals, newspaper, references, information search area, and the information and circulation services)

LIC entrance, lockers, Circulation Desk, Information Desk, Information Search Area, computer printers, periodicals & newspaper reading area, maps & atlas, photocopiers, self-check machines, new books display & book exhibits, reading area, Information Services Section, Librarian’s Office. Self-checkout, material return, audiovisual items and book CDs loan, room borrowing, information consulting services, library catalog, periodicals & newspaper, book exhibits, photocopying, printing, studying.  All materials on Floor 2 are not available for checkout, except bound periodicals and exhibited books.

Floor 3

(Book collections)

Book Classification: General works, Philosophy, Psychology, History & Geography, Languages & Literature, Fine Arts, Special collections (theses, First Tech publications, Scholars’ works, statistics data); reading area, discussion rooms, Research Booths, photocopiers. Open stack browsing, library’s holdings search, group discussion, photocopying, studying. All books, discussion rooms and Research Booths are available for loan, except items in the special collection area.

Floor 4

(Book collections)

Classification:

Natural Sciences, Applied Sciences, Business Management, Social Sciences, Risk Management Collection Center, reading area, discussion rooms, Research Booths, photocopiers.
All books, discussion rooms and Research Booths are available for loan.

Floor 5

(Book collections and the Audiovisual area)

Older-edition computer books and other kinds, duplicates, rare bound periodicals, audiovisual materials Open stack browsing, library’s holdings search, audiovisual viewing (starting from Oct. 2011) Partially opened in Oct. 2011, the fifth floor houses open stacks for books and multimedia materials, and individual A/V stations.

Floor 6

(Conference hall and discussion rooms)

International Conference Hall (236 seats), Group discussion rooms (Rooms 609-611), VIP Room, Coffee shop    

3. Information & Multimedia Equipment

  • Campus Network Giga and wireless network with T3 broadband service on the campus provides students and faculty members with high-speed Internet access.>
  • E-Library E-books, E-journals, E-newspapers, and multimedia CD-ROMs are included in INNOPAC system to offer integrative digital information services.>
  • Online University The online university system platform is set up to provide a nonsynchronous online teaching environment.>
  • Multimedia Equipment The multimedia production equipment helps teachers produce multimedia teaching materials to upgrade the quality of teaching.