Category Archives: Korean language resources

New Additions to our Korean Language Collections – March 2014

These are the newest resources added to our Korean language collections at the LA Regional Center library. As you scroll through the list you’ll see a number of resources for research and writing skills, particularly for D.Min students. Where possible, … Continue reading

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New Books – March 2014

Apologies for a lack of recent posts …here are some recent titles added to our collections. BF636.7.C76 H39165 Hays, Pamela A. 문화적 다양성과 소통하기 : 문화 상담의 이해 Translation of: Addressing Cultural Complexities in Practice American Psychological Association, 2008. BR65.L42 … Continue reading

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Recent Korean Language additions

This is the first of the lists of books which have been so graciously donated by the family of Rev. Paul Jin-Kyung Chung, from his personal library (more lists to be published soon!) to our Korean collections at the LA … Continue reading

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Shopping for Korean books

One of the marvelous parts of my work is developing theological collections for APU students and programs. What a number of people on the main Azusa campus may not be aware of, is that this not only involves selecting resources … Continue reading

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New Korean Language Books for the LA Center

191 Korean books were added to the Los Angeles campus April – June, 2011. Our Korean books receive original cataloging from our Korean language cataloger/librarian Pam Lee, who has worked diligently to make the books more accessible in our catalog by … Continue reading

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Recent Korean Books Added (1)

These are some of the new books recently added to our collections in Korean. All of our Korean books are located in the library at the Los Angeles campus. Another list is coming soon — I purchased quite a few … Continue reading

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