Taiwan's Indigenous Peoples Resource Center is situated inside National Taiwan University’s main campus (please see the diagram below), on the ground floor of the NTU library’s north-side plaza. Public transportation is available nearby, including MRT stops on the Xindian and Muzha lines. The nearest bus stops at Gongguan and National Taiwan University provide transition services. Parking is available on campus for visitors driving to the center.
It is located at the left hand side of the center’s entrance. Please fill out the registration form, presenting valid identity documents (including personal ID with recent photo), and then you will acquire the library card which can also access the NTU library. If you encounter any problems or need assistance, you are welcome to ask the staff at information desk for help.
The center has two small multi-media audio rooms with four cubicles, where readers can enjoy multimedia CD-ROMs.
New collections are displayed near the front entrance to be viewed by visitors when they enter the center. Lists of new books and CDs can also be picked up from here.
Provides computers for users to search for information and check available collections.
There are four units of desks and chairs provided in this area where the users can study over there. Besides, wired and wireless internet access is available, the users are welcome to bring their own laptop, and surf information online while doing research.