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Space renovation - Collections and Technical Services Section


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  • The Code Wall

The Code Wall is decorated on the wall of the Collections and Technical Services Section located at the first floor of the Main Library.  The wall is made up of quadrels and straight steel bars.  There are 14 sets of letters and digits named as call numbers engraved on the quadrels. What is a call number? A call number represents an item's subject matter and indicates the location on the shelf where the item can be found. 
The wall also symbolizes roles of the library: a world of knowledge, and  the leadership on information organization.
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  • Archives of Space Renovation at Collections and Technical Services Section

 Space Renovation at Collections and Technical Services Section was in progresss from March 6, 2015 to May 31, 2015. The purpose pf the renovation is to show how the library develop a rich collection, as well as to remodel the 24 hours study room. The library record the complete process of renovation into a photo album. Please click the hyperlink on the left to see the remodeling process.
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  • Reopening Day Highlights

The library hosted a ReOpening for the new spaces on June 10, 2015.  We invited the President and deans of departments joining the reopening and the dean of  library lead a tour to explain the meaning of new spaces.
Please click the hyperlink on the left to see highlights behind the reopening.