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Main Lib., Medical Lib. Closed on June 3

The Main Library and the Kun-Yen Medical Library will be closed on June 3, Friday, for the Dragon Boat Festival.
The KnowLEDGE remains open as usual.

Contact Person                   Collection Management and Circulation Services Division
Telephone                   Ext.65760
E-Mail                   em65760@email.ncku.edu.tw

New arrivals for May 2022

New arrivals for 74 Chinese books, and 110 English books --> New Arrivals

Non-NCKU readers must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination

In accordance with the newest NCKU pandemic prevention policy, from now on, all non-NCKU readers and readers who want to apply for a library card must show either a proof of COVID-19 vaccination to verify that they have received three doses of COVID-19 vaccine (Adult: 3 doses/Minor: 2 doses) or a negative COVID-19 rapid test result taken no more than three days before entering the library.

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination includes:
1. CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record card
2. Digital COVID-19 Certificate
3. 健保快易通 (App)
4. NHI card (with vaccine stickers)
5. vaccination records on NCKU KUAP (App)
6. photo of negative COVID-19 rapid test result taken no more than 3 days (Photo must includes the test kit, personal ID card and the time of doing rapid test.)

In addition, during the pandemic prevention period, there is a limit on the number of off-campus readers allowed in the library at the same time: 50 people in the Main Library and 25 people in the Kun-Yen Medical Library.

Thanks for your cooperation and understanding!
 

Contact Person                   Collection Management and Circulation Services Division
Telephone                   Ext.65760
E-Mail                   em65760@email.ncku.edu.tw

Book Returning Service between Main Lib. and Medical Lib.

From Monday, May 2, 2022, patrons can return books/materials they borrowed from the Main Library to the Medical Library and vice versa.
Please contact us with any questions.

Contact information:
Main Library (Collection Management and Circulation Services Division): 06-2757575#65760 / em65760@email.ncku.edu.tw
Medical Library: 06-2353535 #5120-5122 / medref@libmail.lib.ncku.edu.tw

Contact Person                   Collection Management and Circulation Services Division
Telephone                   Ext.65760
E-Mail                   em65760@email.ncku.edu.tw

New Feature of Kun-Yen Medical Library Website: Instant Facebook Chat Room

Kun-Yen Medical Library is now releasing the instant live chat service on our website.
You can either log in with your Facebook (Meta) account or continue as a guest to start the conversation.
We will get back to you if the message was sent not during office hours.
Looking forward to your message!

Kun-Yen Medical Library
06-2353535 #5122

Non-NCKU readers must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination

In accordance with the newest NCKU pandemic prevention policies, from now on, all non-NCKU readers and readers who want to apply for a library card must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to verify that they have received at least two doses of COVID-19 vaccine before entering the library (Adult: 2 doses/Minor: 1 dose).

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination includes:
1. CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record card
2. Digital COVID-19 Certificate
3. 健保快易通 (App)
4. NHI card (with vaccine stickers)
5. vaccination records on NCKU KUAP (App)

In addition, during the pandemic prevention period, there is a limit on the number of off-campus readers allowed in the library at the same time: 50 people in the Main Library and 25 people in the Kun-Yen Medical Library.

Thanks for your cooperation and understanding!

Contact Person                   Collection Management and Circulation Services Division
Telephone                   Ext.65760
E-Mail                   em65760@email.ncku.edu.tw

Join us for the library's comprehensive literature search courses (Systematic Review, SR)

If you are a doctoral or master's student trying to search for literature of your study, you will find this course helpful.

Probably you are about to conduct a systematic review, meta-analysis, or scoping review, this course is also for you.

This course is from a health and life science research perspective but may contain useful information for researchers in other disciplines.

A series of courses will be held every month from March to July 2022 during the semester, you are welcome to join the online courses at any time based on your research progress.

Course information:

SR 0 Literature Search & Databases for Beginners 
        June 2, 10:10~12:00 Online

SR 1a- Medical: Introduction to Systematic Review & Search Methods
        May 9, 13:10~16:00

SR 1a- Non-Medical: Introduction to Systematic Review & Search Methods
        May 16, 13:10~16:00

SR 1b: Hands-on Practice & Consultation [Prerequisite: SR 1a]
        May 23, 13:10~15:00

SR 2: EndNote for PRISMA Flow Diagram of Study Selection
        May 30, 13:10~16:00

 

If you want to receive formal credit, register for the intensive course in the medical field (0.5 credit) or in the non-medical field (0.5 credit). Please read the remarks on Google Forms carefully.

Medical field

Non-medical field

Participation in BOTH 1a and 1b sessions in less than 6 months will be granted with a COURSE CERTIFICATE!

Have a look at the course schedule and sign up for English-taught classes.

Course schedule

 

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Kun-Yen Medical Library, NCKU

medref@libmail.lib.ncku.edu.tw

06-2353535 #5122

How to Pay Overdue Fines Online and Renew Overdue Items

The books/materials I borrowed are overdue but I still need them. What can I do?
In addition to counter payment at library and payment machines, patrons can now pay library overdue fines at home via online platform!

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Contact Person                   Collection Management and Circulation Services Division
Telephone                   Ext.65760
E-Mail                   em65760@email.ncku.edu.tw