University Library

Outline

Oita University and Oita Medical University were integrated into “Oita University ” in October 2003. According to this integration, pre Oita University Library came to be called “University Library ”, on the other hand, pre Oita Medical University Library came to be called “Medical Library ”.

Both libraries play a central role in education and research on campuses. They provide academic information and services to the faculty members and students as a place of self-education.

The libraries made some improvements to meet users’ needs recently: books on welfare and books for students were increased in number. In addition, their open hours were extended.

The libraries aim to be “open and accessible libraries ”for general public. To practice that,“University Library ”has opened to the public since 1988 and “Medical Library ” has opened since October 2003. Also, to promote their accessibility, recently they try some change such as simplification on user registration.

Library Open Hours

  University Library Medical Library
Weekday 8:30−22:00 9:00−20:00
Weekday
(During Vacation, Day before National Center Test for University Admissions and Individual Test for University Admissions)
8:30−19:00 9:00−20:00
Saturdays, Sundays and National holidays 10:00−19:00 10:00−17:00
Saturdays, Sundays and National holidays
(During final exam on February and July)
10:00−21:00 10:00−17:00
New Year's holiday (From Dec.29 to Jan.3) Closed Closed
O-Bon holiday (From Aug.13, to 15. Aug.) Closed Closed
Days of National Center Test for University Admissions Closed 10:00−17:00
Days of Individual Test for University Admissions Closed
Weekday
9:00−20:00
Saturday and Sunday
10:00−17:00

University Library

Library collections
Books
670,000(including 166,000 foreign books)
Periodicals
9,907titles(including 3,319 foreign periodicals)
Others
Audio-visual materials,CD-ROM and so on.

Medical Library

Library collections
Books
101,000(including 37,000 foreign books)
Periodicals
2,019titles(including 923 foreign periodicals)