Tag Archives: University of Toronto

University of Toronto hiring Director Cheng Yu Tung East Asian Library

(10 September 2015) The Cheng Yu Tung East Asian Library (EAL) is one of the major research libraries for East Asian Studies in North America. It has a staff of 14 employees, as well as a large number of student assistants. It has a collection budget of approximately $1 million with a collection of almost […]


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University of Toronto hiring Public Service Librarian

(30 April 2015) A Public Services  The University of Toronto is hiring a Public Service Librarian for its Cheng Yu Tung East Asian Library and Richard Charles Lee Canada-Hong Kong Library. The latter  features a unique research collection on Canada-Hong Kong studies and an active outreach program. The library provides resources and services to accommodate […]


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University of Toronto: Korean Studies Librarian

(6 February 2015) The University of Toronto Library invites applications for a Korean Studies Librarian in the Cheng Yu Tung East Asian Library.  The Library seeks an energetic librarian to take care of a wide range of professional duties related to Korean Studies materials and services, faculty liaison, and cataloguing.  This position will report to […]


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University of Toronto: Korean Studies Librarian

(8 September 2014)  The University of Toronto Library invites applications for a Korean studies librarian in the Cheng Yu Tung East Asian Library. The Library seeks an energetic librarian to take care of a wide range of professional duties related to Korea studies materials and services, faculty liaison, and cataloging. The deadline for applications is […]


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University of Toronto Libraries and National Library of China partner for academic cooperation

(22 March 2013) The institutions, each of which holds the largest collection in its respective country, have been working together for several years to exchange materials, knowledge and best practices. This new international partnership will build on existing cooperative relations to focus on areas such as conservation and preservation, digitization of rare materials, staff exchanges […]


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