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Bibliography of
Source Materials in
Japanese Studies
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About this Bibliography
This open bibliography will provide an overview of foundational sources and tools in Japanese studies. It is currently being developed by students in ASIA 521A.
Table of Contents
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Welcome to the workspace for the Bibliography of Source Materials in Japanese Studies. This open resource is being created by students in ASIA 521A.

Instruction for creating or editing a bibliography section

1. Login to the UBC Wiki

Click the CWL button on the top right of the page and login from there.

2. Find the appropriate bibliography section

Navigate to the bibliography's table of contents on the home page and select the page where you would like to add your content. Click on the link to go to the page where you would like to add your content.

3. Begin to Write!

Click edit and you can just begin to start writing (or copy and past from another document). Don't forget to save often.

Note - Add special topics

If you are adding a new special topic page, you can use the below box to create in a new page in the correct section of the wiki. Simply fill in the title of your page and click the Add Your Topic button. Edit in the page that loads and click save.

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