The Library offers a range of high quality courses on information research and utilization. Scientific Research Information Acquisition and Utilization Course is aimed at art, human sciences and technological science graduates. Information Research Courses A and B are aimed at undergraduates. Course A is compulsory for students in the College of Humanities and the College of Marxism. Course B is a public elective course available to all undergraduates.
2. Reader Training
(1) Regular training
Regular training sessions are held in the Library every semester. The sessions aim to help teachers and students to use print and electronic library resources to retrieve information relevant to their research.
(2) Freshmen Training
Freshmen Training is held at a fixed time each fall, after freshmen''s enrollment. The training covers all aspects of library use, including library layout, location of resources, book borrowing procedures, library services and library regulations. Our goal is to help freshmen to get to know the library and to learn how to use it effectively as quickly as possible.
(3) Specialized training for Departments
The Library offers specialized training sessions to meet the individual needs of teachers, researchers and students in all faculties. Sessions can be held regularly or irregularly and cover information literacy, the inquiry learning process and the use of professional information. Sessions are offered at different levels and include subject specific training for faculties and research teams.
(4) Online training
There are regular training sessions on how to use library databases. Readers can choose online lectures as needed.
Contact: Huang Yanjuan Tel: 82519545
Department of Discipline Services (616 on the sixth floor)