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  [Warning]Inappropriate Use of Electronic Resources

(2024/02/26)

It has been confirmed that Shizuoka University Library user violated the rules and conditions of use for the following e-resource contracted by the University.

Shizuoka University Library users have an obligation to read, be aware of, and observe the terms and conditions of use for all electronic resources.
Failure to take note and observe such terms and conditions of use puts the individual user at risk and potentially could result in termination of service to the entire campus. We remind all members of Shizuoka University to please be aware of your legal obligations so that service will not be jeopardized for others.
For details, please click here.

-Improper Use by Using Link Prefetching of Web Browsers
Owing to reference management tools or browser functions, it may be regarded as Mass-Download even if it is not intended. For details, please click here(Japanese text only).

With regard to this inappropriate use of service, Shizuoka University Library will continue to provide thorough service guidance so as not to cause the same situation in the future.


Shizuoka
  [Ended]Gallery Exhibition “Do you know Fruit Trees’ Stories?-Come and Take a look! “An Special Exhibition about Stories of Kunowaki’s Fruit Trees”- “

(2024/02/21)

The results of research conducted by the Horticulture Innovation Laboratory, Faculty of Agriculture, will be on display.

This is a collection of interviews with local residents about fruit trees in their gardens, a local resource in the Kunowaki district of Kawane Honmachi.
The stories of people’s lives and fruit trees in the mid-mountainous region are told in Kawane dialect.

■February 27th (Tue) – March 13th (Wed) 9am – 5pm : Monday – Friday

■Shizuoka Main Library 4th floor, Gallery

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, please observe the following notes.

  • Please disinfect your hands and fingers.

2023年度 第6回 Exhibition

(*Click the image to open the PDF)


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  For those who will graduate / For those who will continue to be enrolled

(2024/01/26)

■For those who will graduate

The due date is the same date of the graduation ceremony.

Shizuoka campus: March 22nd
Hamamatsu campus: March 21st

Please return the books you borrow by the due date.

■For those who will proceed to the graduate school at the Shizuoka University

You can extend the loan period until March 31st. If you need extension, please ask to the library staff. (Weekday open days, 9:00-12:30, 13:30-17:00)
From April, you can borrow library materials after your student card issued.

■For those who will continue to be enrolled due to repeating a year etc.

If you are a fourth-year undergraduate student or a second-year graduate student who will continue to be enrolled next academic year due to repeating a year etc., you can extend the loan period until April 17th.
If you want extension, please ask to the library staff. (Weekday open days, 9:00-12:30, 13:30-17:00)


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  Extended Checkout for Spring Vacation (Students only)

(2024/01/22)

The loan period and return date during the spring vacation are as follows.

Student Type of Item Check-out Due date
Undergrad. All Jan.30 – Apr.3 Apr.17
Grad. Open Shelf (Shizuoka)
Others Jan.30 - Mar.15

Hamamatsu
  [Ended]Gallery “Poster exhibition of Laboratory Exchange Program (SSSV)”

(2024/01/19)

  • Poster exhibition date: January 22nd – January 26th (9am – 5pm)
  • Poster presentation date: January 25th (12am – 2pm)
  • Venue: Hamamatsu branch Library 1st floor, Gallery

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  [Ended]Visitors are limited use of library during University’s test-ready period.(1/15~2/5)

(2024/01/17)

During following periods, please do not use library as a self-study area or use seats for a long time.
Visitors can only use when read or borrow holding materials.

Jan.15th(Mon) – Feb.5th(Mon)


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  [Ended]Gallery Exhibition “Japanese calligraphy’s harmony Exhibition – Learning from the past and discovering something new”

(2024/01/15)

This is the exhibition by students of “Calligraphy Research” and “Calligraphy Pedagogy II”.

The following is an excerpt from a posting in the gallery.
“Those who have contributed to this exhibition include those specializing in Japanese education,
those specializing in other subjects, and international students, citizens and so on.
We hope that you will be able to feel the image of every calligraphic work influencing and harmonizing with each other in the gallery space.”

■January 16th (Tue) – January 30th (Tue) 9am – 5pm : Monday – Friday (The first day begins at 12:30 and the last day ends at 12:00.)
■Shizuoka Main Library 4th floor, Gallery

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, please observe the following notes.

  • Please disinfect your hands and fingers.

2023年度 第6回 Exhibition

(*Click the image to open the PDF)


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  To all those affected by the Noto Peninsula Earthquake of 2024.

(2024/01/12)

We would like to express our deepest sympathies to all those affected by the Noto Peninsula Earthquake of 2024.

If you borrowed books from Shizuoka University Library and will be late returning them due to the earthquake, please let us know when you return them.

The overdue borrowing suspension will be lifted.

If you have lost or damaged books, please consult with the counter.

Please understand that overdue return notification and reminder e-mails will be sent automatically until you come to the library to complete the procedures.


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  Introduction of the Transformative Agreement with Wiley and APC Discount

(2023/12/11)

Shizuoka University will trial introduce a transformative agreement with Wiley that encompasses the Article Processing Charge(APC) and the e-journals subscription fee from January 2024.

Under this agreement, APC discounts are applied to articles submitted to Wiley journals by authors affiliated with Shizuoka University.

■Period  2024/1/1-2024/12/31

Click here(On-Campus Page) for more information.