With a history stretching back over 125 years, the Chuo University Library boasts a total collection of approximately 2.1 million volumes. Information on the entire collection is stored on a database, and can be searched in a matter of seconds from terminals connected to the Library’s system Chuo Online Information System (CHOIS).
he dual structure comprising the III and GSII began its existence in the year 2000. It is a flexible network-like organization for graduate-level research and education that seeks to bind together the various fields of research related to “information” previously carried out separately in different departments of the University of Tokyo.
The University of Tokyo Library System is composed of the General Library, the Komaba Library, the Kashiwa Library, and 32 libraries attached to departments or related research institutions. Despite the distances separating the three main campuses of Hongo, Komaba and Kashiwa, and several other off-campus facilities, the libraries of the University of Tokyo provide a large variety of services within a single, integrated system.
The educational goal of the department of Information Science is to develop human resources who can acquire basic techniques of computer science and play an important role utilizing the techniques in a wide range of fields including development or application of information technologies, or even monozukuri (manufacturing and making) and creative expression.
In spring 2007, the university library was renovated and an atrium lobby added. It has 3 floors with about 65,000 books and about 100 computer terminals which enable students to access further information.
The Graduate School and the Faculty of Education conduct:
1.Research and training in educational studies at the graduate leves.
2.Undergraduate teaching in education.
3.Certification programs for secondary school teachers, adult education specialists and librarians.
4.In-service training for school teachers.
The College of Knowledge and Library Sciences investigates the process or systems of the accumulation and circulation of knowledge and information, through an understanding of humans, culture, society, and information technology.It also covers technologies that are included in these processes and are an important driving force of current social change.
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