In addition to helping with information retrieval, another learning support is available at the Rikkyo University Library on how to approach assignments including writing essays, reports, and theses.
At Ikebukuro Library and Niiza Library, our graduate students (mostly doctoral students)offer their experience and valuable advice on how to efficiently utilize the library for learning, and how to approach assignments, reports, and theses.
"How and where should I start approaching assignments?" "How should I gather information for assignments."
Rikkyo Students struggling with these issues have access to "learning advisors" who have a wealth of learning and research experience to share. Utilizing library materials, these advisors will offer helpful advice to those in need of it.
|Dates||From April to July and from October to January
Open: School days and holidays on which classes are held
Close: Holidays, no class days and fall and winter recess
|Hours||[Weekdays (Mon -Fri)] 12 pm - 5 pm
*We will extend our hours until 6pm before or during exam periods.
|Locations||Ikebukuro Library 2nd Floor Counter
Niiza Library 2nd Floor "Shiori" Group Space (Niiza Library Learning Commons)
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