Online and in-person, the East Asian Library is always here for you!
The University of Toronto Libraries provides regular updates on the physical reopening of spaces, services, and operations of campus libraries.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused. We continue to offer virtual and in-person reference and research services during this time.
Not sure how we can help? Browse this list to read about how we continue to support you and to find the service that best fits your research and study needs.
If your questions are not answered here, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will do our best to get back to you within 24-48 hours! Questions can be sent in English, Chinese, Japanese, or Korean.
You can also see our Contact Us page for more ways to get in touch.
If you would like more detailed information about research, references, or our collections and services, consider making an appointment with one of our librarians for a more in-depth conversation. Meetings can be held over Teams or Zoom.
Send an email to email@example.com for general inquiries or contact our librarians directly:
- Loan Services: Helen Tang
- East Asian Studies: Lucy Gan
- Chinese Studies: Stephen Qiao
- Japanese Studies: Fabiano Rocha
- Korean Studies: Julia Chun
Your research journey has begun, but a journal article you are looking for is only available in print! With our Scan and Deliver Service, you can now request a scanned copy of a journal article from us, and a link to the scans can be delivered right to your email inbox.
Find out how to request materials.
Visit our in-person Reference Desk to ask our librarians and reference staff quick questions about reference materials and other resources related to East Asian Studies. During the Winter and Summer 2022 sessions, our Reference Desk will be open Monday to Friday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. All hours are drop in!
If the books and audiovisual materials you are looking for are not available online, you can request a hold for a physical copy!
Holds can be placed on items that are currently checked out or on the shelf and you will be notified by email when your items are ready for pick up. For items from the East Asian Library, you can request to collect items from the East Asian Library, Robarts Library, UTM, or UTSC.
Follow these quick steps to place a hold.