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    Journal of Library and Information Science in Agriculture    2020, 32 (9): 5-5.  
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    From "Building the Ecosystem" to "Driven by Demand": How to Meet the Digital Scholarship Needs of Humanities Scholars
    XIAO Peng
    Journal of Library and Information Science in Agriculture    2020, 32 (9): 50-57.   DOI: 10.13998/j.cnki.issn1002-1248.2020.09.20-0788
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    [Purpose/Significance] The paper points out that "building the ecosystem" and "driven by demand" are two keywords for academic libraries to meet the digital scholarship needs of humanities scholars and build digital humanities services. Both of these require us to understand the strategic issues of digital humanities services for academic libraries from the macro perspective, and then explore the feasible path to construct a digital academic ecology from the macro and academic level. [Method/Process] Based on the early accumulation of the subject group and related cases, this paper discusses the necessity and possibility of constructing the ecosystem of digital humanities. [Results/Conclusions] The main conclusions include: (1) emphasizing the respect for objective realities, and regarding the construction of " ecosystem of digital humanities " as the primary goal; (2) clearing up the different types of digital academic needs of humanities scholars and carrying out the type study of academic libraries according to their needs; (3) academic libraries can be divided into leading academic libraries, academic libraries that play a supporting role and those at a basic level, and we should promote different types of academic libraries to perform their duties in the digital academic ecology, to meet different needs of humanities scholars, and to construct the ecosystem of digital humanities.
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    Construction of Academic Libraries Supporting Security Systems of Digital Academic Resources
    CAI Siming
    Journal of Library and Information Science in Agriculture    2020, 32 (9): 58-67.   DOI: 10.13998/j.cnki.issn1002-1248.2020.09.20-0616
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    [Purpose/Significance] In the current digital era, it is an important task for academic libraries to establish the security systems of digital academic resources. In China, academic libraries that play a supporting role are an important force in constructing such security systems. They play a supporting role in the middle level of the whole security system. [Method/Process] The author investigated libraries of "Project 211" universities by literature review to study the acquisition cost of information resources, information resources service modes and the construction of digital resources. Then the author summarized the characteristics and put forward promotion strategies. [Results/Conclusions] The total acquisition cost of information resources of academic libraries that play a supporting role has kept risen steadily and slightly. The acquisition cost of electronic resources has risen sharply, while that of paper resources has been decreasing. These libraries are able to provide basic information resources, but their service modes need to be expanded. In the development of digital humanities collection resources, they need to apply key technologies and use the humanistic ideas. The paper puts forward that these academic libraries can improve themselves from five aspects: formulating policies, developing related technologies, constructing related resources, developing related services, and carrying out cooperation.
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    Leading Academic Library in the Exploration of Digital Humanities Strategy: Mission and Direction
    XIAO Peng, XIAO Jiu, HE Yali
    Journal of Library and Information Science in Agriculture    2020, 32 (9): 67-76.   DOI: 10.13998/j.cnki.issn1002-1248.2020.09.20-0615
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    [Purpose/Significance] During the ecological construction of digital humanities, leading academic libraries are shouldering the important task of leading the development of academic libraries and it is an inevitable trend for them to include the digital academic strategy into the consideration of their strategic planning. [Method/Process] This paper analyzes the representative strategic planning texts and investigates the development of several representative digital humanities centers by using content analysis, the Internet survey and case analysis methods. [Results/Conclusions] In this paper, the development of leading academic libraries under the digital humanistic ecology is summarized into four characteristics: systematization, tridimensional, scale and openness. The authors suggest that academic libraries should take demand inspection as the key basis for digital humanities strategic planning, "open system" as the primary goal of digital humanities strategic planning, and key projects as the starting point for digital humanities strategic planning.
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    The Neglected Majority: The Development Strategy of Basic Academic Libraries in Digital Humanistic Ecosystem
    ZENG Wen
    Journal of Library and Information Science in Agriculture    2020, 32 (9): 77-82.   DOI: 10.13998/j.cnki.issn1002-1248.2020.09.20-0789
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    [Purpose/Significance] Basic academic libraries play an important role in popularizing and promoting digital humanities (DH) in the whole ecosystem. The analysis of their development space is helpful to the construction and development of the digital humanistic ecosystem. [Method/Process] A semi-structured interview was conducted with 13 humanities scholars and 4 library managers to find out their awareness, understanding and demand of DH and their views on the position of basic academic libraries in the digital humanistic ecosystem. On this basis, this paper probes into the current situation and development strategies of DH in basic academic libraries. [Results/Conclusions] The development of DH in basic academic libraries has received less attention and does not match the huge demand for DH due to the shortage of funds, resources and technologies, the access of digital human resources is basically dependent on external open channels, and the digital and human foundations of digital human development are weak. In these cases, this paper puts forward three development strategies: strengthening the cooperation among basic academic libraries, strengthening the construction of quality cultivation systems of DH, and winning the support of the state and relevant institutions for DH services.
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