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Jiangsu University Library, with a construction area of 52,000 square meters and more than 5000 seats, uses a unified management system and implements a modernized loan and circulation system between the main campus and sub-campuses. The library has a rich collection of resources, including various types of printed and digital documents, and it covers Humanities, Social Sciences, Management and Natural science and other subjects. In 2014, the library holds a diversified collection with more than 2.81 million printed documents and records in different languages, and nearly 1.42 million e-books, more than 48,000 full-text e-journals, 37 full-text databases, and 23 secondary document databases, such as Web of Science, Engineering village, and self-owned "Vehicle Engineering Special Database", "Jiangsu University Dissertations Database", "Carving Library" and other databases,and it built "Jiangsu University Institutional Repository".The library launched Mobile Libraries and WeChat service platforms such as micro blog and social network of JUL, The library endeavors to an interlibrary coordination with other libraries, providing a powerful information assurance for teaching and research in Jiangsu University.
The library established the Scientific Information Institute (SII) in 2006.The Institute provides different postgraduate programs for Chinese and international students in the field of Library and Information Science. The SII has a teaching and research staff with more than 20 members, including 6 professors, 6 doctors. The library continues to expand national and international academic exchanges, and it invites teachers and researchers from University of Illinois, Simmons College, Wuhan University and Nanjing University to give lectures for students and the faculty. In recent years, the library has undertaken more than 70 researchprojects sponsored by National Natural Science Foundation, National Social Science Foundation and Science Foundation of Ministry of Education. The journal of Library and Information Studieshas been publishing by JUL since 2008, which aims to leverage high level academic exchanges.