Frequently Asked Questions

Are there computers where I can read or enter non-Roman characters on a library computer?

Answer:

There are two workstations in Wilson Library:

  1. SMART Learning Commons (first floor). There is one computer that recognizes Cyrillic, Chinese, Japanese and Korean characters. It also allows you to enter unique European characters such as an umlaut.
  2. East Asian Library, S-75 Wilson (Sub-Basement)
    There are two workstations equipped to work with Pinyin and Big-5 Chinese characters as well as other Chinese - Japanese - Korean (CJK) databases (those that permit CJK journals to display properly, etc).

    The two workstations in the East Asian Library are recommended for patrons doing intensive Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or any other Asian language.

 

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