1.Borrowing Service: offering
hard-copy books borrowing andreturning services. Web management
system enables all books to be borrowed on the open
2.Periodical Reading Service: offering
hard-copy periodicals and bound copies.
Service: offering the Internet search for all kinds of
information including the library catalogues.
Database Service: to make use of the modern computer and
technology and equipment to provide readers home and abroad
to help readers search for literature data related to a
6.Novelty Checking Service: to
search for, screen, differen tiate and analyze the relevant
literature reviews, the result of which offers a scientific basis
for the no velty appraisal forscientific
7.Retrieval Teaching: to provide
readers with special training in literature and information
8.Consulting Service: to
answer reader’s questions on a given subject and give specific
advice about how to make ?good use of library
9.Inter-library Borrowing Service:
to borrow from the protocol library books that are not
10.Literature Delivery Service:
to obtain from other libraries the original literature that
is not available here.
11.Searching Agent: to
search for and provide the readers with the
information of their scientific results or ?academic
papers, Whether they are
embodied in such databases as SCI,
SCIE, EI, ISTP, etc.
12.Specific Services: to
provide readers, upon their specific request, with follow- up
information on a regular or irregular basis.
Café Service: to offer readers electronic reading rooms for
their computer operation or internet services.
Service: to provide printing, copying, scanning