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Teaching Support

Course Reserves

Course Reserves is a library service in which materials are placed on hold or "reserve" for students enrolled in specific classes. Download the Course Reserves Application Form and e-mail it to, or bring it to the Reference Desk.

You can also suggest that the library purchase materials not currently in its collections. Please submit purchase suggestions for foreign language materials at least one month before the start of class.

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Teaching & Research Aids

The Library assists faculty in incorporating subject resources into instruction syllabi, as well as finding and using library materials for research.  Please contact the relevant subject librarian for further information.


Subject librarian



Shao-Chuan Chen


Information & Electrical Engineering Shao-Chuan Chen


Hsin-Jung Chen


Business / Finance
School of Management Development

Su-Ching Yeh
Pei-Chin Shen 


Humanities & Social Sciences

Chiao-Pien Chang


Construction & Development

Shu-Yuan Huang


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Library Instruction

The Library offers scheduled workshops and walk-in sessions to help you gain familiarity with diverse resources and research tools as well as develop and apply library research strategies. Courses can be tailored to specific needs or research assignments, with advance notice of at least one week.

All workshops are free and open to students, faculty and staff. Tours of the library may be included upon request.

Please download Request Forms for scheduled programs :

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The Library provides full support in using Learning Content Management System for eLearning. The Library can also digitalize content for online courses according to copyright regulations. Please download the Request Form.

For more open courseware resources, visit MIT's OpenCourseWare.

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Last updated : December 15, 2014 - 1:27am