How to optimalise relations between library, administration and teaching staff?
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Original versionRevista Română de Biblioteconomie şi Ştiinţa Informării 5(3): 7-11
As a consequence of implementing the Quality Reform of Higher Education, the Universities and implicitly their libraries undergo a process of positive change. An edifying example to this purpose is constituted by the University Library from Bergen, which has been successfully implementing these steering principles and is confronted to the progress compelling challenges, mainly the everincreasing orientation towards electronic text channels. The Library is also preoccupied with the conservation and preservation of archival documents, consisting in text on printed format and texts as historical sources. It also actively participates in the students’ life, through organizing orientation meetings upon the provided courses and services. It has likewise restored its physical surroundings and has been supplied with facilities such as Internet, reading rooms and open access. The library strategies, its answers to late-day challenges and the pending issues are dealt with and managed by the library management, represented within the University Board of the University of Bergen.