It is possible for visitors to access the books and make copies in the library, however books cannot be borrowed.
Unintended use (such as occupying seats without using library materials or using computers for private matters) is prohibited in the library.
It is possible to search for items and to use electronic journals from the terminals located in the first floor.
Please do not use the terminals for any other purpose. The internet access is not possible through the notebook computer.
Monday-Friday: 8:45-22:00 / Saturday: 9:00-17:00
Closing DaysSundays, National holidays, New Year's holidays, Days of entrance examination, some periods during summer and spring vacations.
Please contact the library staff at the entrance gate if you do not have a library card.
Visitors should fill out an application form. Some identification will be required.
One-day pass will be issued to the visitors. Please return on their way out.
The Library has about 110,000 books, 2,300 audio-visual materials and 1,300 journals.
Most of the books are classified and arranged according to the Nippon Decimal Classification (NDC) system.
Japanese and Non-Japanese books on the second floor are located in different sections and arranged according to the Call Number (NDC).
The journals are arranged alphabetically according to the title.
You must submit a request form to request an item in the library stack room.
Nippon Decimal Classification(NDC)
An online database (OPAC; Online Public Access Catalog) is available to find the location and status of books and journals.
Electronic Journals and databases are available through LAN connection on campus.
|The Cochrane Library|
|E-Book etc||Encyclopedia of Neuroscience|
|Journal Citation Reports(Science Edition)|
Audio-Visual MaterialsVisitors can use videos, DVDs, CDs and other Audio-Visual materials in the library’s collection at the AV personal booth.
Please bring these AV materials you wish to use to the library counter. We can lend you headphones and a remote controller.
Using PCs and InternetThere are nine PCs for information searching.
Copying MaterialsIt is possible to make copies of some of the library materials in accordance with Section 31 of the National copyright Act.
The following people obtain a library card. If necessary apply at the library counter.
Borrowing books: A maximum of three books per person can be checked out and loan period is a maximum of one week.
You can neither reserve books from OPAC nor use “My OPAC” web page.
Members of Niigata Society of Health and Welfare can use the library during one year after subscription.
AIKOUKAI MEDICAL CORPORATION staff and Atago-fukushikai Social Welfare Corp staff can use the library for 3 years.
Staff members of university training facilities can use the library for 3 years.
The silence must be maintained within the library no one should disturb other users.
Respect the rule of deadline, entrance way and the use of each corner.
Covered drinks are allowed in the library, but please be sure to keep them in your bag.
Please set your mobile phone to silent mode and refrain from talking on the phone except in designated areas or outside the building.
Please handle with care the materials and equipment and keep the establishment in order.
Keep valuables in your possession at all times.