Appointments no longer required to access East Asia Library after 11/23

November 20, 2020
Joshua Capitanio
East Asia Library shelves

Beginning on Monday, November 23, patrons will no longer need to make appointments to access the East Asia Library during operating hours.  Access to the East Asia Library is still restricted to current Stanford ID cardholders.

Although appointments will no longer be required to access Green Library and the East Asia Library, patrons should still ensure that they meet the Libraries' entry requirements.  All visitors must complete the Stanford Health Check Tool and be prepared to display their Health Check status.  Patrons must wear face coverings and comply with physical distancing guidelines while in Library buildings.

Access to the Libraries, including the East Asia Library, is currently restricted to the following current Stanford ID cardholders: students, professors (including emeriti), post-docs, academic staff, fellows, and Stanford visiting scholars.

Author

Joshua Capitanio

Joshua Capitanio

Public Services Librarian, East Asia Library
Bibliographer, East and Southeast Asia (Western languages)
Subject Specialist, Religious Studies
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