The computer area on the 1st floor will be unavailable due to routine maintenance on July 8 from 1pm until closing time.
We apologize for the inconvenience.

12,000 academic ebooks published from 2012 to 2020 by Cambridge University Press or other partner press are now available. New titles will come up every month.

Partner press: Boydell & Brewer, Edinburgh University Press, ISEAS–Yusof Ishak Institute, Liverpool University Press, etc.

* Some titles are not available even if they are published from 2012 to 2020. Cambridge History Series, Cambridge Companion Series, Handbooks and Textbooks are also not covered.

* The library will choose ebooks when you send a purchasing request for the title within this package during this period as long as the contracted amount does not exceed. After the period, titles to be purchased are determined based on the usage reports indicating which titles are the most popular within the university during the period under an EBA model.

ACCESS:  https://www.cambridge.org/core/
* Titles with this icon are available (including purchased ones).

How to access off-campus:
Log in to My Library > Remote Access Database Menu (リモートアクセス データベースメニュー) > Cambridge Core (Journals and Books)

As of 4 p.m. on July 2, there is a symptom that you may not be able to connect to MyLibrary.
For this reason, all library materials whose due date is July 2 have been changed to July 3.
If the situation does not improve after July 3, we will let you know again.

If you are planning to pre-apply from MyLibrary, please apply by email.
For more details, please check this page, “If you want to copy “in library use only" materials."

In order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19, the library is closed temporarily, however, some services are available. We hope you will take advantage of it.
If you would like to use the Center for Historical Social Science Literature, the Chiyoda Campus Library, the Institute of Economic Research Library, or the Research Centre of Information and Statistics of Social Science, please visit their websites.

Precautions for Visitors

  • As a general rule, you must reserve to use services that involve visiting the library. Please check the notes for each item.
  • The main entrance to the library is not available. We post the information how to enter the library near the main entrance. Users with reservations will be notified individually.
  • Users are not allowed to enter the other floors of the main building. In principle, the reading room is not available.
  • Please refrain from entering the library if you are unwell, such as fever, cough, or feeling lethargic.
  • Please wear a mask when you come to the library. If you are unable to wear it, please cooperate with Cough Etiquette.
  • Please leave the library as soon as you have finished your business. The maximum length of stay is limited to two hours.

Use of Library Materials

Checkout (updated June 10)

Members of Hitotsubashi University can checkout and photocopy materials by advance application.
Pickup days;
 Tuesday, June 9, Wednesday, June 10 and Friday, June 12: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
 After Monday, June 15: Weekdays (Monday-Friday) 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

How to apply

  1. Log in to MyLibrary and make a reservation to click the “Reserve" button of the library materials you want to use.
  2. Please select “Main Library – Reserve" as the Circulation Counter.
  3. When the library materials are ready, we will send you a confirmation email, so please come to the library.
  4. Please show us the confirmation email (print or screen) at the circulation counter.
  5. Please make a reservation at least one day before the date you wish to use the materials. After the date change, your reservation will be processed the next day.

*You may receive materials on the next pickup day but depending on the work schedule of the staff, it may take some time to prepare them.

If you want to copy “in library use only” materials, please send an email as follows.
Please refer to the HERMES-Catalog for items (4)-(7).

To: service-order◎lib.hit-u.ac.jp (Please change ◎ to @)
Subject: Advance reservation of materials
Body:
 (1) Name
 (2) Student ID or staff number
 (3) Pick up date
 (4) Title, volume and other information
 (5) Location
 (6) Call No.
 (7) Barcode No.

Relaxation of the maximum number of books available for checkout

The maximum number of books that can be borrowed is relaxed as follows.
– Undergraduate students: 20 books
– Graduate students: 60 books
– Faculty and staff: 70 books *no change

Photocopy (updated June 10)

If you want to make photocopies of materials in the library, please make a reservation in advance by MyLibrary or email. The reservation procedure is same as advance reservation for check out materials. For photocopying, please use the photocopiers on the first floor of the library. As a rule, the library staff does not make photocopies of materials.

Graduation and Master’s Theses (updated June 10)

We are prepared to make a reservation to using graduation or master’s thesis. We will let you know when they are available for viewing.

Return (updated June 10)

Books can be returned in the return box near the library entrance or by mail. If you want to return books by mail, please contact us.

Reservation/Delivery service (updated June 10)

You can reserve books on loan from MyLibrary as usual.
You will receive an email as soon as the books are returned, so please check the email before visiting the library.
We will resume the delivery service from the Chiyoda Campus Library and the Kodaira Research Library on June 15.
For the time being, the Kodaira Research Library is not open for direct visits.

Relaxation of the maximum number of renewal (updated June 10)

Library materials that are not overdue and not reserved can be renewed more than 3 times. We will send you a reminder email 3 days before the due date, so please extend it via MyLibrary. Please return reserved books.

Microform Materials (updated June 26)

It is scheduled to restart on Monday, June 29.
Advanced reservations are required. Browsing is limited up to 1 hour for each person. Please send us your first and second choice of date and time (①10:00②11:00③13:00④14:00⑤15:00) via Ask a Librarian by 4 p.m. on the day before the day of use (weekdays only). Please bring your USB stick to save image files.

Taking Photos of Materials (updated June 26)

It is scheduled to restart on Monday, June 29.
Advanced reservations are required. Browsing is limited up to 1 hour for each person. Please send us your first and second choice of date and time (①10:00②11:00③13:00④14:00⑤15:00) via Ask a Librarian by 4 p.m. on the day before the day of use (weekdays only).

Rare Materials (updated June 10)

As a general rule, we provide copies for rare materials use.
Please send us title and call number of the material you want to use via Ask a Librarian.
It will take several weeks to provide copies .
*For browsing rare materials of the Center for Historical Social Science Literature (CHSSL), please visit here.

For Alumni / Visitors (updated June 10)

Visitors, including alumni, are not allowed to enter the library for the time being.

Use of Library Facilities

PCs in the Library (updated June 15)

About 10 computers on the first floor of the Main Building are available for database searches from Monday, June 15.
However, you can use the service for up to two hours per day.

Details of how to use

  1. Request to use the PC at the counter
  2. Receive a usage tag
  3. Use the PC with the number on the usage tag (maximum 2 hours)
  4. Return the usage tag to the counter.

*You will not be able to use this service if you do not have your student or staff ID card.
*You cannot select a seat by yourself. Please use the PC with the number on the usage tag.
*The PC will be disinfected by the staff after use.
*The PC will be disinfected by staff after use.
*Depending on the frequency of use, we may require you to make a reservation in advance.

Printers (updated June 10)

Out of service

E-resources accessible from off-campus

Some of our electronic resources are available from off-campus.
For more information, please visit here.

Use of External Materials

Interlibrary Loan (updated June 26)

Requesting Photocopies from Other Libraries

It is scheduled to restart at 10:00 on Monday, June 15.
*Photocopy requests are limited up to 5 documents for each person. After receiving all photocopies at the Help Desk, you can add other requests up to 5.
*Photocopies can be picked up at the Help Desk on weekdays from 9:30-12:00 and 13:00-16:30. Please note that we do not mail them to your home.
*Due to circumstances of other libraries, photocopy requests may be declined or taken more time than usual.

Requesting Books on Interlibrary Loan from Other Libraries

It is scheduled to restart on Monday, June 29. Graduate students can use the Public Subsidy Service for Interlibrary Loan.
*Loan requests are limited up to 5 books for each person. After returning all books at the Help Desk, you can add other requests up to 5.
*Books can be picked up at the Help Desk on weekdays from 9:30-12:00 and 13:00-16:30. Please note that we do not mail them to your home.
*Due to circumstances of other libraries, loan requests may be declined or taken more time than usual.  

National Diet Library Digital Collections (updated June 11)

It is scheduled to restart on Monday, June 15.
*Browsing is limited up to 1 hour for each person.
*Advanced reservations are required. Please send us your first and second choice of date and time (①10:00②11:00③13:00④14:00⑤15:00) via Ask a Librarian by 16 p.m. on the day before the day of use (weekdays only).
*The library staff make photocopies (for a fee). Photocopies will be ready the next day or later.

Visiting Other Libraries / Letters of Introduction (updated June 10)

Out of service

Book Purchase Requests (updated June 12)

We will resume the Faculty / Student book purchase requests at 10:00 on Monday, June 15.

Update History

June 10, 2020 Release

June 15, 2020 updated [PCs in the Library]

Here are some e-resources that are available from off-campus. Please use them for your research and study at home.
We will keep this page updated.

E-resources accessible with Login

Some e-resources (e-journals, e-books, databases) are available from off-campus.

How to Use

Please be sure to log in to MyLibrary with your Hitotsubashi authentication ID before using this service.
For basic usage, please see Remote Access.

The following e-resources are available from off-campus even during normal times.

E-resources accessible for a limited time as a trial

  • Asahi Shimbun Newspaper Database Kikuzo II [added April 23] [updated May 15]
    More than 12 million articles and advertisements from the first issue of 1879 to the latest issue of the Asahi Shimbun (Newspaper). Articles from AERA, Weekly Asahi, and Chiezo are also available.
    * You can switch to an English interface after logging in.
    * The number of simultaneous accesses increased to 50 until June 30, 2020. Off-campus access is also available.
  • Cambridge Books for Research EBA [added July 7]
    12,000 academic ebooks published from 2012 to 2020 by Cambridge University Press or other partner press. Read more.
    Period: – January 31, 2021
  • Cambridge Core Textbooks
    About 700 textbooks provided by Cambridge University Press.
    *Provided in HTML format (online view)
    Period: – May 31, 2020
  • D1-Law [added May 19]
    A comprehensive database of laws and legal precedents in Japan.
    Please check here. (in Japanese)
    Period: – July 31, 2020
  • EBSCO Business E-Book Subscription Collection [added April 21]
    An e-book collection on the international business area. More than 21,200 e-books from business fields are available.
    Period: – July 19, 2020
  • EBSCO eBook Collection [added April 21]
    More than 11,000 e-books in Japanese are available.
    Period: – July 19, 2020
  • EBSCO eBook History Collection Trial [added April 21]
    An e-book collection on history area. More than 18,700 e-books from history fields are available.
    Period: – July 19, 2020
  • EBSCO eBook Subscription Academic Collection [added April 21]
    Over 200,000 e-books in various fields published by major overseas publishers and university presses.
    Period: – July 19, 2020
  • EBSCO eBook Subscription University Press Collection Worldwide [added April 21]
    University Press e-books collection. More than 36,400 e-books covering a wide range of subjects from over 90 university presses are available.
    Period: – July 19, 2020
  • EBSCO Harvard Business Review Press Collection
    More than 600 e-books published by Harvard Business Review Press in the areas of leadership, strategy, innovation, technology, and management.
    Period: – May 31, 2020
  • eol [added June 16]
    A database of corporate information such as securities reports, financial statements, and financial data.
    *Off-campus access is available for a limited time. Number of simultaneous accesses 5. Please log out when you finish using.
  • De Gruyter [added May 19] [updated June 23]
    About 75,000 books published by De Gruyter and partner publishers from 1650 to 2016 are available. The site is rich in content for teaching and research, including history, philosophy, religion, literature, linguistics, art, architecture, sociology, psychology, pedagogy, law, political science, economics and business administration, mathematics, and environmental and biological sciences.
    *Select “PUBLICATIONS" from the top page and narrow down “BY TYPE" to “Book" and “BY ACCESS" to “Licensed Access", “Free Access", and “Open Access" to see a list of available eBook titles.
    Period: – July 31, 2020
  • The Illustrated London News Historical Archive [added June 26]
    The database of The Illustrated London News (ILN), the world’s first illustrated weekly newspaper. Page images from the first issue in 1842 to the last issue in 2003 (including special and extra issues) are available.
    Period: – August 31, 2020
  • JapanKnowledge Lib [updated May 15]
    An online archive that boasts the largest corpus of encyclopedias, dictionaries, reference compilations, and periodical resources (approximately 50 different sources) provided by NetAdvance Inc.
    *The number of simultaneous accesses increased to 50 until July 31, 2020. Off-campus access is also available.
  • JSTOR (e-books | e-journals) [added April 20] [updated June 19]
    More than 35,000 e-books and archives of e-journals in various fields.
    Period for e-books: – August 31, 2020
    Period for e-journals: – December 31, 2020
    *Using contents not contracted by the University is available for a limited time.
  • LEX/DB INTERNET [added May 19]
    The database of Japanese judicial precedent.
    *Japanese Only
    Period: – August 31, 2020
  • Maisaku [added June 16]
    The database of Mainichi Newspaper.
    *Japanese Only
    *Off-campus access is available for a limited time. Number of simultaneous accesses 1. Please log out when you finish using.
  • National Geographic Virtual Library [added June 26]
    The database of the American visual magazine National Geographic, first published in 1888. Full-color page images from the first to the latest issue are included. E-books, videos, maps and other content provided by the National Geographic Society are also available.
    Period: – August 31, 2020
  • NIKKEI TELECOM [added June 16]
    The database of Nikkei Newspaper, other Nikkei newspaper series articles and corporate information.
    *Japanese Only
    *Off-campus access is available for a limited time. Number of simultaneous accesses 2. Please log out when you finish using.
  • Oxford Handbooks Online [added April 28]
    The online version of the Oxford Handbooks series, which contains essays in each academic field.
    Period: – July 31, 2020
    * All titles are available for a limited time including contents not contracted by the university.
  • Oxford Research Encyclopedias [added May 1]
    The digital encyclopedia provided by Oxford University Press.
    Period: – July 31, 2020
  • Oxford Scholarship Online [added April 28]
    E-books (excluding handbooks) published by Oxford University Press. It covers 20 fields from humanities and social sciences to medical sciences.
    Period: – July 31, 2020
    * All titles are available for a limited time including contents not contracted by the university.
  • ProQuest Central
    A comprehensive full-text database provided by ProQuest. Search and browse thousands of journals and their full-text articles. Covers fields ranging from the humanities and social sciences to medicine, natural sciences, and engineering. Includes newspaper articles and dissertations from various countries.
    Period: – June 30, 2020
  • ProQuest Dissertation & Theses Global
    Contains bibliographies of dissertations (doctoral/master’s theses) from universities around the world, mainly in North America. Among them, the full text of the theses since 1997 is included in PDF file.
    Period: – June 30, 2020
  • ProQuest Ebook Central Academic Complete
    More than 140,000 academic e-books in various fields.
    Period: – June 30, 2020
  • ProQuest’s Alexander Street Academic Video Online
    A video streaming service for educational institutions. It contains more than 60,000 videos and provides transcriptions for 95% of the titles recorded. You can also view and search the transcription while the video is playing.
    *Streaming only. Content cannot be downloaded.
    Period: – June 30, 2020
  • RILM Abstracts of Music Literature with Full Text [added April 24]
    A full-text database of RILM Abstracts of Music Literature. Over 1 million pages of full-text from more than 200 periodicals published in 40 languages in 50 countries from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day.
    Period: – July 16, 2020
  • RIPM Preservation Series: European & North American Music Periodicals [added April 24]
    A full-text database of music magazines which are not included in RIPM Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals.
    Period: – May 18, 2020
  • RIPM Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals with Full Text [added April 24]
    A full-text database of RIPM: Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals. A database of collections of music publications published around the world between 1800 and 1950.
    Period: – June 16, 2020
  • Scopus [updated May 22]
    A database of abstracts and citations provided by Elsevier.
    Period: – June 30, 2020
  • Sustainable Development Goals Online (SDGO) [added May 13]
    A database of interdisciplinary digital content, including books and journals from all Taylor & Francis disciplines on the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).
    Period: – August 13, 2020
  • Taylor & Francis eBooks [added May 13]
    More than 100,000 eBooks from a variety of publishers are available, including Routledge for the humanities and social sciences, and CRC Press for the science and technology sector.
    Period: – August 13, 2020
    *All titles are available for a limited time including contents not contracted by the university.
    *Titles in the trial are not available for download in PDF, but only for online viewing and printing.
  • The Times Digital Archive [added June 26]
    The database of the British daily newspaper The Times. Page images from the first issue published in 1785 to 2014 are available.
    Period: – August 31, 2020
  • University Press Scholarship Online [added May 1] [updated May 7]
    E-books from Oxford University Press and other major university presses in the world.
    Period: – June 30, 2020
  • Very Short Introductions Online [added May 1]
    The online version of the introductory book series on difficult topics in an easy-to-understand manner.
    Period: – July 31, 2020
  • Yomiuri Database Service [added June 16]
    A database of Yomiuri newspaper.
    *Off-campus access is available for a limited time. Number of simultaneous accesses 1. Please log out when you finish using.

Notes

  • Use of electronic resources is limited to members of the University.
  • The following acts are prohibited by contract. If not, the service of Hitotsubashi University as a whole may be suspended.
    • Downloading large amounts of data collectively or continuously using automatic download software, etc.
    • Use for any purpose other than personal academic research and education
    • Redistribution to third parties
    • Other unauthorized access
  • For details on the terms of use of each content, please refer to the terms and conditions (Terms and Conditions, User Agreement, etc.) on each provider’s site.

E-resources accessible without Login

Some publishers have made their e-resources open access. You can use them without login to MyLibrary.
In some cases, only information related to COVID-19 has been open access. Please refer to the link for more details.

E-resources List

Production Cooperation: Hokkaido University Library, Chiba University Library

新型コロナウィルス感染拡大防止のため、以下のとおりサービスを変更いたします。

1.閲覧席・インターネット端末、国立国会図書館デジタルコレクション端末の利用停止、大閲覧室閉室(4/6~)

4月6日(月)より当面の間、閲覧席・インターネット端末席・国立国会図書館デジタルコレクション端末はご利用いただけません。
これに伴い、大閲覧室を閉室いたします。

2.学外者の利用及び見学の休止(4/1~)

国立キャンパスへの入構制限措置を受け、
4月1日(水)より当面の間、本学構成員以外の方の図書館への入館(見学を含む)を休止します。
一般学外者の他、協定校の方、特別A、特別B、大学功労者カードをお持ちの方全ての方が入館休止の対象となります。
貸出図書をご返却の学外の方は、図書館受付カウンター、図書返却ポスト、又は郵送にてご返却ください。

3.開館時間の変更(4/1~)

開館時間を変更して開館いたします。
詳細は【お知らせ欄】をご覧ください。

4.書庫入庫の停止(4/1~)

書庫の入庫受付を停止します。
書庫資料をご利用の場合は、カウンターへお申込みください。

5.返却期限日の変更(4/1~)

授業開始が5月7日(木)に延長となったことに伴い、返却期限日が4月1日(木)から5月13日(水)の貸出図書(製本雑誌を除く)について、返却期限日を5月14日(木)に延長します。
また、春季長期貸出を延長し、4月29日(水)までの学部学生への貸出(製本雑誌を除く)及び学習用図書・千代田図書の貸出の返却期限日を5月14日(木)とします。
なお、千代田キャンパス図書室においても同様の返却期限日延長を行います。

6.ILL依頼、受付業務の停止(3/27~)

他機関への文献複写・現物貸借について、3/27(金)17:00以降当面、新規の依頼受付を停止します。それまでのお申込み分については、資料・文献が到着次第、速やかにお受け取りください。資料・文献の受け取りや、資料の返却が難しい場合は、以下へご相談ください。

  《ヘルプデスク宛メールアドレス》ill@lib.hit-u.ac.jp

千代田キャンパス図書室においても当面、新規の依頼受付を停止します 。

※各種電子リソースを引き続きご活用ください(ProQuestデータベースのトライアルも行っております(データベースリストはこちら))。

【他機関ILLご担当のみなさま】 他機関からの文献複写・現物貸借についても、当面、新規の受付を停止します。

7.学外図書館への訪問利用・紹介状発行の受付停止(4/2~)

学外図書館への訪問利用・紹介状発行について、当面、新規申込の受付を停止します。

8.ヘルプデスクでのレファレンス相談受付停止(3/27~)

図書館本館1階ヘルプデスクでの対面のレファレンス相談業務を、当面、停止します。レファレンス相談は、Webフォームからお申込みください。回答にはお時間をいただく場合がございます。

9.ヘルプデスクの一部サービス時間の縮小(4/6~)

ヘルプデスクの受付時間を短縮いたします。

10.グループ学習室及び時計台棟コモンズの臨時閉室(3/4~)

グループ学習室及び時計台棟コモンズは、当面の間、臨時閉室いたします。

11.開館中の図書返却ポスト開放(3/4~)

当面の間、開館中も図書返却ポストをご利用いただけます。当館貸出資料の返却のみでご来館の場合は、返却ポストをご利用ください。返却ポストへ投函した図書の返却処理は、一日3回程度となります。投函図書の回収時刻はポスト付近の掲示をご確認ください。また、郵送による返却も承ります(詳しくはこちら)。なお、他大学から借りている図書は、必ずヘルプデスクへご返却ください。

12.利用上の注意とお願い

  • 発熱、咳、倦怠感等、体調不良の方は、入館をご遠慮ください。
  • ご来館の際はできるだけマスクをご着用ください。着用できない場合は、咳エチケットにご協力ください。
  • 館内ではこまめに手洗いをお願いいたします。
  • 館内は定期的に換気を行います。換気のため、ご利用中の座席付近の窓開閉にご協力いただくことがあります。

サービスの再開、変更がありましたら、順次お知らせいたします。

以上、ご不便をおかけいたしますが、感染拡大防止へのご協力をよろしくお願いいたします。

新型コロナウィルス感染拡大防止のため、以下のとおりサービスを変更いたします。

1.閲覧席・インターネット端末の利用停止、大閲覧室閉室(4/6~)

4月6日(月)より当面の間、閲覧席・インターネット端末席はご利用いただけません。
これに伴い、大閲覧室を閉室いたします。

2.学外者の利用及び見学の休止(4/1~)

国立キャンパスへの入構制限措置を受け、
4月1日(水)より当面の間、本学構成員以外の方の図書館への入館(見学を含む)を休止します。
一般学外者の他、協定校の方、特別A、特別B、大学功労者カードをお持ちの方全ての方が入館休止の対象となります。
貸出図書をご返却の学外の方は、図書館受付カウンター、図書返却ポスト、又は郵送にてご返却ください。

3.開館時間の変更(4/1~)

開館時間を変更して開館いたします。
詳細は【お知らせ欄】をご覧ください。

4.書庫入庫の停止(4/1~)

書庫の入庫受付を停止します。
書庫資料をご利用の場合は、カウンターへお申込みください。

5.返却期限日の変更(4/1~)

授業開始が5月7日(木)に延長となったことに伴い、返却期限日が4月1日(木)から5月13日(水)の貸出図書(製本雑誌を除く)について、返却期限日を5月14日(木)に延長します。
また、春季長期貸出を延長し、4月29日(水)までの学部学生への貸出(製本雑誌を除く)及び学習用図書・千代田図書の貸出の返却期限日を5月14日(木)とします。
なお、千代田キャンパス図書室においても同様の返却期限日延長を行います。

6.グループ学習室及び時計台棟コモンズの臨時閉室(3/4~)

グループ学習室及び時計台棟コモンズは、当面の間、臨時閉室いたします。

7.開館中の図書返却ポスト開放(3/4~)

当面の間、開館中も図書返却ポストをご利用いただけます。当館貸出資料の返却のみでご来館の場合は、返却ポストをご利用ください。返却ポストへ投函した図書の返却処理は、一日3回程度となります。投函図書の回収時刻はポスト付近の掲示をご確認ください。また、郵送による返却も承ります(詳しくはこちら)。なお、他大学から借りている図書は、必ずヘルプデスクへご返却ください。

8.利用上の注意とお願い

  • 発熱、咳、倦怠感等、体調不良の方は、入館をご遠慮ください。
  • ご来館の際はできるだけマスクをご着用ください。着用できない場合は、咳エチケットにご協力ください。
  • 館内ではこまめに手洗いをお願いいたします。
  • 館内は定期的に換気を行います。換気のため、ご利用中の座席付近の窓開閉にご協力いただくことがあります。

サービスの再開、変更がありましたら、順次お知らせいたします。

以上、ご不便をおかけいたしますが、感染拡大防止へのご協力をよろしくお願いいたします。

新型コロナウィルス感染拡大防止のため、以下のとおりサービスを変更いたします。

1.学外者の利用及び見学の休止(4/1~)

国立キャンパスへの入構制限措置を受け、
4月1日(水)より当面の間、本学構成員以外の方の図書館への入館(見学を含む)を休止します。
一般学外者の他、協定校の方、特別A、特別B、大学功労者カードをお持ちの方全ての方が入館休止の対象となります。
貸出図書をご返却の学外の方は、図書館受付カウンター、図書返却ポスト、又は郵送にてご返却ください。

2.開館時間の変更(4/1~)

開館時間を変更して開館いたします。
詳細は【お知らせ欄】をご覧ください。

3.書庫入庫の停止(4/1~)

書庫の入庫受付を停止します。
書庫資料をご利用の場合は、カウンターへお申込みください。

4.返却期限日の変更(4/1~)

授業開始が5月7日(木)に延長となったことに伴い、返却期限日が4月1日(木)から5月13日(水)の貸出図書(製本雑誌を除く)について、返却期限日を5月14日(木)に延長します。

また、春季長期貸出を延長し、4月29日(水)までの学部学生への貸出(製本雑誌を除く)及び学習用図書の貸出の返却期限日を5月14日(木)とします。

5.閲覧席・インターネット端末の利用制限(4/1~)

閲覧席・インターネット端末席を、半分程度の席数について利用禁止とさせていただきます。

6.グループ学習室及び時計台棟コモンズの臨時閉室(3/4~)

グループ学習室及び時計台棟コモンズは、当面の間、臨時閉室いたします。

7.開館中の図書返却ポスト開放(3/4~)

当面の間、開館中も図書返却ポストをご利用いただけます。当館貸出資料の返却のみでご来館の場合は、返却ポストをご利用ください。返却ポストへ投函した図書の返却処理は、一日3回程度となります。投函図書の回収時刻はポスト付近の掲示をご確認ください。また、郵送による返却も承ります(詳しくはこちら)。なお、他大学から借りている図書は、必ずヘルプデスクへご返却ください。

8.利用上の注意とお願い

  • 発熱、咳、倦怠感等、体調不良の方は、入館をご遠慮ください。
  • ご来館の際はできるだけマスクをご着用ください。着用できない場合は、咳エチケットにご協力ください。
  • 館内ではこまめに手洗いをお願いいたします。
  • 館内は定期的に換気を行います。換気のため、ご利用中の座席付近の窓開閉にご協力いただくことがあります。

サービスの再開、変更がありましたら、順次お知らせいたします。

以上、ご不便をおかけいたしますが、感染拡大防止へのご協力をよろしくお願いいたします。

新型コロナウィルス感染拡大の状況に応じて変更の可能性があるため、ウェブサイトの開館カレンダーを更新しておりません。
開館時間につきましては、下記をご参照ください。

令和2年3月25日(水)東京都知事より、3月28日及び29日に不要不急の外出を控えるよう自粛要請があったことをうけて、3月28日(土)、3月29日(日)は臨時休館いたします。

なお、3月28日及び29日が返却期限日となっている貸出につきましては、返却期限日を3月30日(月)に延長いたします。

ご不便・ご迷惑をおかけしますが、 ご協力をよろしくお願いいたします。