The EdUHK Library's physical collections comprise a diverse range of resources spanning multiple disciplines:
|MMW Library – 2/F, 3/F, 4/F; Tseung Kwan O Study Centre Library|
|Children's Literature Collection (CLC)||MMW Library – 1/F|
|EdUHK Collection||Circulation Counter|
|EIH Collection||MMW Library – LP/F|
|Media Resources Collection||MMW Library – 3/F|
|Newspaper Collection||MMW Library – G/F & 4/F|
|Reference Collection||MMW Library – 2/F|
|Reserve Collection||MMW Library – G/F (Quiet Zone); Tseung Kwan O Study Centre Library|
|Serials Collection||MMW Library 4/F; Tseung Kwan O Study Centre Library|
|Teaching Resources Collection||MMW Library – 2/F|
|University Archives||Closed Stacks|
|Education Resource Centre (Hong Kong Public Libraries)||9th Floor of the Kowloon Public Library, 5 Pui Ching Road, Kowloon|
Please refer to the loan quotas and loan periods for more information.
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To locate and borrow books from the Library, it's important to follow a few simple steps.
EdUHK Library has a vast and comprehensive collection of electronic resources, including but not limited to e-books, full-text electronic journals, theses, and newspapers:
If you can't find a book on the shelf, just come and ask at the Information Counter (G/F) for help!
Our 'Library Challenges' video series is a comprehensive resource for developing effective library searching skills across different types of materials. Each of the four videos focuses on a specific type of resource, including library books, peer-reviewed articles, news, and dissertations.
Through Hong Kong Academic Library Link (HKALL), eligible EdUHK library users can request books from other UGC-funded libraries online (excluding serials, media and other non-print materials).
JULAC Library Cards allow cardholders to have access to other UGC-funded libraries. There are two kinds of cards that provide borrowing or reading privileges as follows:
Students and staff can obtain materials which are not available in the EdUHK Library via our enhanced Inter-library Loan (ILL – for books) and Document Delivery Services (DDS – for book chapters and journal articles).