本研究之建議為：(一)增加非佛教徒參與服務的機會；(二)提高在職者志工參與服務之頻率；(三)建立多元化的志工教育訓練活動；(四)建立彈性的排班輪值制度；(五)提供志工進修與學習的管道；(六)改善人力流失的問題。 This thesis aims at exploring volunteering participation and management of buddhist libraries in Taiwan, so as to illustrate the implementation overview of volunteering management and the impressions of volunteers participated in the service in buddhist libraries. This study, with staff and volunteers of buddhist libraries as subjects, examines the attitudes of staff toward volunteering participation and the motives to push volunteers into on-going participation in light of questionnaire survey and in-depth interviews. Findings of this research provide the considerations for future implementation of volunteering management in the same type of buddhist libraries.
The conclusions are as follows: 1.The implementation overview of volunteering management in buddhist libraries Libraries use varied approaches to recruit volunteers; no limitation of religious beliefs with the appointment of volunteers, non-Buddhists are also welcome to the service participation; most volunteers are retirees, housewives and students by occupation; work allocation is based on the business requirement and is supplemented with the interest and specialty of volunteers; the educational training activities of volunteers held by the libraries may change due to the number of participants; work evaluation is not recommended; fringe benefits and awarding policies provided are relevant to religious beliefs.
2.The attitudes of staff toward volunteering participation The motives and on-going participation of volunteers in relation to religious beliefs; staff praise the working performance of volunteers.
3.The impressions of volunteers participated in the service in buddhist libraries Being able to increase merits and develop deep virtuous affinity with others as positive feelings; worrying about the lack of full-time staff to manage volunteers and the turnover problem as negative feelings.
4.The interaction between volunteers and staff Volunteers and staff share good relationship and develop good communication.
The suggestions are as follows: 1.To increase the opportunities of non-Buddhists to the service participation. 2.To enhance the willingness of on-the-job volunteers to the service participation. 3.To establish multiple activities on volunteering educational training. 4.To set up a flexible duty roster system. 5. To provide volunteers the approaches for further studies and practices. 6. To improve the turnover problem.