The world has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, socially, economically, and politically. In facing the crisis and uncertainty, services used to be considered normal have been transformed into digital forms. Academic libraries have provided online services of relevant resources continuously during the pandemic. Among them, the Research Libraries UK (RLUK), after facing the first wave of the pandemic, realized the need for the "digital shift" of research libraries and implemented it in the aspects of collection digitization, infrastructures, work norms, and librarian skills. How is the library practice in Taiwan responding to the digital transformation caused by Covid-19? In this study, we examined 63 studies on “digital paradigm shift” in the aspects of collections, operations, connections, and audience, to identify the service changes and compared the global trends with Taiwan. The study found that collections, operations, and audience were frequently mentioned in the literature, while the concept of connections was mentioned significantly fewer times. We also checked National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU)’ library’s Facebook page, and found that the posts on the “connections” were the lowest. The NTNU experience indicated that academic libraries can be an integral part of students’ university experience and knowledge of diverse research community.