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Humanities Room

Humanities Room

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Features and collections In the Humanities Room, general and humanities reference books and core journals of library and information science are on the open access shelves.
Some special collections in the closed stacks are also available (Please see "On open shelves or in closed stacks?".)
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Reference books on music
Reference books on education, sports and psychology
On open shelves or in closed stacks?
On open shelves
In closed stacks
Opening hours Mon.-Fri. 9:30-19:00 Sat. 9:30-17:00
Call-slip acceptance hours Mon.-Fri. 9:30-18:00 Sat. 9:30-16:00
Announcement
  • For protection of materials and instruments, eating and drinking in the room are prohibited.
  • Materials are to be used only in the room except when brought out to be copied.
  • No special registration is required to use the room (except for certain special materials).
  • Materials on open shelves may be viewed freely. You must, however, fill out a call-slip (title, year, month, etc.) and submit it at the counter to view materials in closed stacks.
  • User registration is required to view materials in closed stacks.
  • Permission is required to use the Nunokawa Collection and some materials out of the Eiryo Ashihara Collection. Permission is limited to research and study only. Please fill out an application form describing the purpose and subject of the research and submit it at the counter.
Photoduplication
  • Materials on the open shelves can be photocopied by same-day service only. No more than 5 items can be ordered at any one time.
  • Photocopying may not be permitted if there is any risk of damage to an item.
  • For details, please see Photoduplication service.

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