NCCU Library


NCCU Libraries Response to COVID-19

  • 2020-02-25

In view of the current developments of the Novel Coronavirus, the NCCU Libraries are taking the following measures.

Overdue Books and the Access to Electronic Resources
For faculty and students who are unable to return to school due to the epidemic situation, contact the library (email: for overdue books or any questions regarding the access to electronic resources.
Precautionary Health Measures for Anti-Epidemic and Admission Notice
(1)All venues of Libraries are regularly cleaned and disinfected. Patrons will be provided with sterilization supplies (ex. ethyl alcohol , diluted bleach, wet wipes, hypochlorous acid water, etc.) upon entering the library.
(2)Temperature measurement is required upon entering the Library. Visitors who have a temperature up to 99.5°F (37.5°C) or higher will not be allowed in. Those with respiratory symptoms but without temperature above 37.5°C will be asked to wear face masks in the library, in order to maintain public health. 
(3)Users’ seats are rearranged with less density in all library branches to prevent interpersonal contact, and to ensure there will be a reasonable distance between users.
(4)Some sections of Reading Area in the Main Library will be removed from the seat selection system. Please do not take seats in the non-available sections. Also, the daily closing time of the Reading Area will be shifted to 24:00. We suggest the users of these venues wear face masks for the sake of all users’ health. Meanwhile, Lakeside Reading House of Dah Hsian Seetoo Library is currently closed.
(5)The reading space in Social Sciences Lib. has been closed. Please leave the venue once you finish the issue, check-out and return library materials.
(6)Users who feel unwell with the symptoms of cough, fever, etc. are recommended to seek help from the staff of the Library.
(7)Off-campus users will be declined during the epidemic-prevention period.
The above information will be updated in accordance with the latest announcement by Taiwan Centers for Disease Control and Ministry of Education. Please refer to Taiwan Centers for Disease Control website for current epidemic prevention information.
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