Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Library Orientation for new Chinese, Japanese, and Korean students at Pitt, from August 16.

via @匹茲堡大學.

Incoming University of Pittsburgh students from Japan, Korea, and Chinese-speaking countries are invited to attend Library Orientations in Japanese, Korean, and Chinese, starting August 16.
Would you like to know...
  • A librarian who speaks your native language?
  • The difference between academic libraries in the U.S. and libraries in your home country?
  • The many wonderful services that the library offers to help your area of study and research at Pitt?
  • If so, please come to attend one of the library orientation sessions.

Library Orientation for New Chinese Students is scheduled for:

Library Orientation for New Japanese Students is scheduled for:

And Library Orientation for New Korean Students is scheduled for:

All sessions will be held in G-74 of the Hillman Library (map). The information sessions are free, but registration is required and can be completed at the links above.

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