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To help promote these new resources the Library held its biennial

E-Resources Week in February 2015. Over 1,800 students participated

in a variety of fun events.

Our Chinese studies collection continued as an area

of strategic importance as we purchased digital resources including

Chinese Students’ Monthly Online,


料庫, 清代宮中檔奏摺及軍機處檔摺件,

Political Relations Between China,

the U.S. and Other Countries, 1910-1929, ProQuest’s Chinese Historical

Newspaper Collection 1832-1953, Records of U.S. State Department’s

Division of Chinese Affairs (1944-1961), U.S. State Department’s Office of

the Republic of China Affairs (1951-1978), and Wanfang China Local


Chinese Studies.

A Special Collections consultation room has been

created on the third floor of the University Library

to allow for supervised reading of Special Collections


Creation of a Special Collections consultation room.

E-Resources Week

Special Collections consultation room

Chinese Students’ Monthly Online

Records of U.S. State Department’s Division of Chinese Affairs