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Title:Communication and Partnership with Libraries in China and the U.S.
Author(s):Ruan, Lian; Liu, Shuyi
Subject(s):Collaboration
Partnership
International library community
Chinese librarians
Scholarly exchange
Scholarly communication
China-U.S. library relations
Visiting scholars
Academic libraries
Abstract:This paper discusses and analyzes the development of communication and cooperation in an international library community through an examination of the successful practices at the Illinois Fire Service Institute at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The Chinese Librarians Scholarly Exchange Program (CLSEP) has been conducted successfully from 2005-2019. So far, 421 Chinese librarians from 145 institutions have participated in CLSEP. The program collaborates with libraries (many academic) in China and the U. S. The Illinois Fire Service Institute (IFSI) Visiting Scholar Program has received 140 Chinese scholars (including faculty, librarians, graduate students) in the field of Library and Information Science from 76 institutions since 2008. Both programs enhance the scholarly communication between China and the United States. The collaboration has built an exchange, sharing, and growing international library community. Individuals and organizations benefit greatly from the partnership through the programs. It provides Chinese scholars and students a chance to participate in the international LIS community, and build a mutual exchange between China and the U.S.
Issue Date:2020-10
Publisher:Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Press
Citation Info:Paper published in Building Libraries for a New Age: Perseverance, Transformation and Disruption: The Proceedings of the Tenth Shanghai International Library Forum. The 10th Shanghai International Library Forum was held in Shanghai, China from October 14-16, 2020.
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Type:Text
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/108920
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-11-06


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