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East Asian Studies Information Fluency Instructions


For inquiries regarding East Asian studies instruction please contact:

Scheduling a Class:

Course-related and subject-oriented library instruction is available upon request of faculty members. Please contact the appropriate librarian to schedule a session.

Course-Related Instruction:

The East Asian collection librarians offer instruction on Chinese Studies and Japanese Studies. Librarians teaching information fluency sessions are subject specialists and can offer faculty and students research strategies and instruction.

General Tours & Orientation Sessions

The East Asian collection librarians conduct orientation sessions for incoming East Asian Studies students. Tours can be arranged by contacting a librarian.

Instruction Contents:

Research Strategies and Introduction to Conduct Research Using Information Technology

Resources at KU and beyond

East Asian Studies Major Reference Works in Print or E-format in English, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages

East Asian Studies E-Resources

Conduct Research Using Information Technology (East Asian character fonts/Global IME; bibliographical software/tools)

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