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Japanese Bibliographic Research Guide for EAS 2005 and Graduate Students - Oakland Campus: Request From Other Libraries

This guide is intended to prepare students in IDMA graduate seminar to explore resources of Japanese Studies in both electronic and print. It is also intended to be a general guide for students who are about to start bibliographic research

Interlibrary Loan

Citation + ISBN/ISSN and OCLC NUMBER

Citation is important for ILL request; however, providing extra identification numbers for your item makes ILL request more successful. Extra information are:

For journal articles:

ISSN No is unique number for journals. It is located in ISSN at the bottom of detailed Record of WorldCat.org. Copy and paste it in designated box.

OCLC No is unique number for the record of item. It is located in OCLC Number at the bottom of detailed Record of WorldCat.org. Copy and paste it in Notes Area.

For Books:

ISBN No is unique number for books. It is located in ISBN at the bottom of detailed Record of WorldCat.org. Copy and paste it in designated box.

OCLC No is unique number for the record of item. It is located in OCLC Number at the bottom of detailed Record of WorldCat.org. Copy and paste it in Notes Area.

Japanese Studies Librarian

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Hiroyuki Good
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