Medical library of Kyoto University response to CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19)


Services available from July 12th
Temporary services available
Information on services and tools for home study
Correspondence of library of human health sciences,faculty of medicine,Kyoto university
Correspondence of each library / room on campus


◯Services available from July 12th.

    These services will be available from Thursday, July 12th.

    1.Extended Opening Hours

        【~2021.7.9】
      • Weekdays :9:00~17:00
      • Closed days: Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
        【2021.7.12~】
      • Weekdays :9:00~19:00
      • Closed days: Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays

        The library is not available to people outside the university of
            Kyoto University.
            (Excluding graduates, Retired faculty and staff, Kyoto Prefectural
            University of Medicine offaculty and students)

        ※Please refrain from using if you have a severe fever, cough, sneezing, or fatigue.
        ※Please wash your hands before using the medical library.
        ※Please use a face mask.
        ※The windows are open for ventilation.

        You can use the seats on the 2nd and 3rd floors.(We are reducing the number of seats.) Limit your stay to 2 hours.

        This is still unavailable.
        • Seminar room

    2.Resuming use of the lounge

      We will resume the use of the 1st floorlounge.
      Please refrain from using it with multiple people.

    3.Extension of the use time for the group study room and small reading room

      【~2021.7.9】
    • Weekdays :9:00~16:30
      【2021.7.12~】
    • Weekdays :9:00~18:30
        ※It is limited to personal use.
        ※Please use it within 2 hours at a time.


◯Temporary services available.

    Check out books

      ・Number of items you can borrow:Books 10 items
      ・The due date of book:1 month
      ・The due date of magazine:1 week

      To reduce your stay, please search for materials to borrow before using the library. Please borrow a book using the automatic lending machine on the 1st floor.

    Return books

      ・Use of return post.
      You can use the return mailbox even when the museum is open.

      ・If you cannot return it by the return deadline, please contact us.

    How to apply for a library certificate online.


    How to apply for a issuance /renewal of ECS-ID online.


◯Information on services and tools for home study

    To prevent infection with the  coronavirus, we provide services and tools for home study. Please use it.

    【Trial】Ebook list for home study.

      http://www.lib.med.kyoto-u.ac.jp/e-book_wa_at_home.html

      You can see the trial version of the e-book list written in Japanese. It can be obtained from the website of Medical library of Kyoto University,and you can also search by title. The e-book list is also listed on the Library Organization website. In the trial created by the medical library, it can be displayed by classification.


    【EDDS service】


    Copy the materials in the medical library and it is provided free of charge.
    Detailed contents are described in the URL.
      http://www.lib.med.kyoto-u.ac.jp/news/2021.html#012904

      The Medical Library and library of human health sciences provide EDDS services. With the EDDS service, you can view materials on your computer without having to come to the library. We started the EDDS service on November 30, 2020. The end date of the EDDS service is undecided. Detailed contents are described in the URL.

        ※EDDS services are usually charged.

        ※We provide a copy of the materials in the medical library.
        You can apply for up to 50 pages at a time.


    You can see the recording of the library organization online class.



    Utilization of electronic resources that can be used for home study.



◯Correspondence of library of human health sciences,faculty of medicine,Kyoto university

    Detailed contents are described in the URL.

◯Correspondence of each library / room on campus

    Detailed contents are described in the URL.










Last Update:2021-03-02