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Library Collection

The Academy Libraries, which includes the Academy Library, the Film and Television Library and the Music Library at Bethanie Campus, has dedicated specialist collections of over 280,000 items in the various disciplines of the performing arts, theatre and entertainment arts, film and television, as well as liberal arts, and language studies. This collection is an effective and important resources in support of teaching, learning and research at the Academy.

Physical Collection

Altogether, the 3 libraries offer a total collection of 25,500 volumes of Chinese books, 51,000 volumes of English books and books in other languages, 29,600 music scores and parts, 44,000 audio-visual items, 328 active printed journal titles, 3,400 titles in the Academy Archives.

Electronic Collection

The Electronic Collection has been developed to provide access to information beyond its physical boundary. The Academy Libraries offers access to over 9,200 electronic plays, 24,400 electronic books, 56,000 electronic scores, 6,100 electronic journal titles, 65 reference and aggregator databases, 800 computer files on CD-ROM and DVD-ROM, 22,000 digital files, 14,000 electronic videos and 144,000 music albums with the subscription to Naxos Music Library Online.

Academy Archives
The Academy Libraries has been collecting publications of the Academy and works created and/or performed by the staff and students of the Academy in the process of teaching and learning. The purpose is to preserve creative experiments of different generations of staff and students and their end products for future scholars and practitioners.

Materials collected include programme diaries, production files and video-recordings of performances and thesis of Master students and materials from local performing arts group.

With the emergence of digital technologies, the Academy Libraries collects more and more digital content and users demand more and more information through the Internet. The Academy Libraries has launched the Digital Performing Arts Repository (DPAR) in 2013 to accommodate the digital born content and the digitized information for users to access information around the clock.

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