Course content varies.
This series of workshops introduces students to basic library research strategies and tools using Japanese-language resources for issues related to Japanese studies. Students will gain the necessary skills to become more efficient and effective researchers. Students will learn Romanization of Japanese materials to search in English-language environments, how to search articles published in Japan and borrow materials from Japanese university libraries that are not available in the U.S., as well as how to use reference resources available at the East Asia Library such as print reference sources and online resources. Exercises and homeworks will be given within the areas of students' research interests. Intermmediate level Japanese reading skill is necessary.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Hands on practice
Intemmediate level of reading Japanese language
Class assignments and grading
homework: practice of finding information Pass/fail :
class attendance and parcipation and homework