Skip to main content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Japanese Language and Culture: Also Helpful

Library and other resources for the study of Japanese Language and Culture

Japanese Digital Resources: Link to UPenn's General Japanese Library Guide

Audio Recording Booth

Nihongo: A Portal for Learning Japanese

Tadoku

Tadoku (多読) is a Japanese method of learning foreign languages by reading easy books.
Ta (多) 
means “a lot” and doku (読) is “reading," so Tadoku literally means “read-a-lot.” It's sometimes called “extensive reading.”

Google Scholar

Off campus?  Set Google Scholar to link to Get IT! at UWM:
   From the Google Scholar home page
   Click on the "Settings" gear on the top of the page
   Select “Library Links” from the left column
   Enter “University of Wisconsin Milwaukee” in search box
   Check the "UWM" and “Open WorldCat” boxes that appear
   Save!
Then search - when you find a good article - 
Click on the Get IT! (UWM Libraries) link - not the title 

Google Scholar Search

Related UWM Library Guides

Japanese Library Guides from UMASS-Amherst

Capture That Image!

Download Free Screen Capture Software: