Students at SolBridge can make use of the resources of SolBridge Library and several branch libraries located on Woosong University campus.
The current holding of SolBridge Library is over 7,300 volumes and includes books, e-books and periodicals on management, finance, economics, marketing, IT and other business related disciplines. In addition, reference and general-interest materials are available including leading foreign business periodicals and multilingual dictionaries.
Library materials are classified according to the Dewey Decimal Classification System. Students can consult books which are mainly in English. There is a separate section on Korean books covering a wide range of topics.
2nd Floor, SolBridge building
SolBridge Library’s hours of operation are as follows:
|Spring & Fall Semesters||Summer & Winter Terms|
|Library||9AM - 10PM||9AM - 1PM||9AM - 6PM||9AM - 6PM|
|Book Cafe||9AM - 10PM||9AM - 5PM||9AM - 6PM||9AM - 1PM|
Book Loan Policy
Membership to the library is available to all students, faculty and staff of SolBridge.
|Membership||Loan Limit||Loan Duration||Overdue Penalty|
|BBA Student||5 Books||10 days||Failure to return material timely triggers a temporary suspension of borrowing privileges|
|MBA Student||5 Books||2 weeks|
|Faculty and Staff||10 Books||30 days|
Students and faculty can access several online resources including full-text research databases covering a number of journals and e-books. Currently SolBridge Library subscribes to the following online resources which can be accessed from Moodle (http://moodlex.solbridge.ac.kr).
ABI/Inform, EbscoHost, ScienceDirect, JStor, Emerald and Lexis-Nexis
Cambridge e-books collection, Wiley-Blackwell online books
New online resources are added periodically to meet the academic needs of SolBridge students and faculty.
Peter F. Drucker Collection
The library recently added a new section to its holdings. It received a donation from the Peter Drucker Society of Korea. This collection is set to grow as more related material will be added in the future in languages besides English, such as Korean, Japanese and Chinese.
The students can avail printer and photocopier facilities at the library and book café using a cash card which can be purchased from Student Services
A scanner located within the library premises, is available free of charge for library patrons
A card-operated photocopy machine is located within the Library. All library patrons are expected to comply with the applicable copyright laws of the Republic of Korea.
Quiet study areas amenable for reading are available within the library
Audio Visual Resources
The Library has a growing collection of DVDs and CDs. DVDs can be viewed only within the Library and Book Café. Use of video conferencing facilities and equipment can be arranged through the librarians.
Sixteen computers equipped with high-speed internet access are available for student usage on a first-come, first-served basis.