Books can be found both in print and electronic formats. E-books can be reached through the online catalog.
Print books are in the Book Collection. The Book Collection is located on the open shelves and arranged by subject according to the LC Classification System. The layout of the book collection can be seen on the legend at the entrance.
- On the ground floor, you can find the Social and Management Sciences Book Collection which is signed from A to H in call number and Reference Collection.
- On the first floor, you can find the Human Sciences and Art Collection, and also Easy Readings Collection for the School of Languages. The former is signed from J to Q, and the latter is signed with PZ in call number and the Student Reserve Collection at the Circulation Desk.
- On the second floor, you can find the Science and Technology Collection which is signed from Q to Z in call number.
The Multimedia Collection is located at the Multimedia Section on the right block of the first floor.
The multimedia collection includes videorecording, soundrecording and slides. The Videorecording including DVD and VCD, and the Soundrecording including CD and Cassette are all arranged in subject order and open shelved at the Multimedia Section.
However, the slides are not open shelved and in order to reach them, you need to make request through internet beforehand.
Journals can be found both in print and electronic formats. Print journals are located in the Periodicals Section on the left block of the second floor.
Journals are mainly classified as academic, arts and culture, and magazine. Journals are arranged in subject order and open shelved. The past issues can be found in the Bounded Serials Section.
On the other hand, e-journals can be reached through Periodicals.
Newspapers can be found both in print and electronic formats. Today’s newspapers are always ready to be read behind the Multimedia Section on the first floor.
In addition to this, newspapers of the last two months are archived in the Serials Office on the second floor.
On the other hand, online newspapers can be reached through our PressReader application.
Course reserves can be found both in print and electronic formats under Reserve Collection.
You can reach both the Student Reserve Collection and Faculty Reserve Collection through the Circulation Desk.