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Newsletter No. 63 (January 2014)


Relocation of the Japan Foundation, Sydney

Hirofumi Yada

Librarian, Japan Foundation Sydney


 

The Japan Foundation, Sydney will soon relocate to Central Park, a new commercial-residential combined precinct near Sydney’s Central Station.

The library gradually phased out its services in December 2013, and will not supply to any inter-library loan and document delivery requests from January 2014 until further notice of recommencement of these services by the library.

The library is still open to the public in February in order to process returns, however, the access to the library’s collection will be very limited. If you are planning to visit our library to browse any items from the collection during this period, it is essential to confirm with us prior to your visit whether the items are available for browsing. The library will be closed completely from February until its reopening day at the new premises. Reopening is targeted for May.

We will notify of the progress of our relocation and updates on our service through our web pages.

Our relocation notification page: http://www.jpf.org.au/moving.html
Library service updates page: http://www.jpf.org.au/library/moving.html

 

 
   
     

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