Chinese Students' Guide to Research and KU Libraries: Home

This guide is designed to assist Chinese students with doing research and using KU Libraries.



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This guide was created by KU Libraries' International Collections to assist Chinese students with:

The East Asian Collection: located on the 5th floor of the Watson Library, consists of over 330,000 items including 287,728 print volumes, 29,209 ebooks by purchase or subscription, and 13,182 other materials. Journal and eJournal titles include 4,746 in Chinese, 1,419 in Japanese, and 5,069 in Korean. DVDs are also available. It is among the top 20 collections in the U.S. and 10th among public funded collections.
China Studies: A guide to finding Chinese language books, articles, newspapers, dictionaries, etc.

Having trouble reading library terms in English? Look for Vocabulary Tools under the KU Libraries tab.

Plagiarism and Citations pages: Writers must present information in their own words (if not in quotations) and properly cite the work or ideas of others. Resources and details on this subject are available under those tabs at the top. Learning how to properly present and cite the work of others before beginning writing will save a lot of time and avoid plagiarism.

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