To Teenage Users of Libraries (such as middle school and high school students)
This page provides some useful resources about library services and information for teenage users (mostly for middle school and high school students) .
For those who are evacuated and away from home town[編集]
- Local libraries in your current location may be offering library services for the victims and evacuees from out of town.
For those who are entering college in this April[編集]
- If you are a newly admitted student to a college but currently away from the area your college is, you may want to use the university libraries in your current location. Some university libraries provide library services for the students like you. Each library has different policies. You may need a student I.D. or other identification. Contact the library before your visit.
For those who want to study in depth of earthquakes and natural disasters[編集]
- “Get the Facts: The 2011 Tohoku Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear Power Plants” by The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan)
- Local libraries across the nation are holding exhibits about earthquake disaster
- List of exhibit and resources regarding earthquake disaster provided by libraries across the country
- Children book section at Chiyoda Ward Library, for example, held an exhibit “Shitte oko sonaete oko jishin, shizen saigai (= Get to know and be prepared for earthquakes and natural disasters)”(checked 30th March, 2011)
- Useful website to revisit the importance of disaster prevention
- Important Knowledge at the Time of Disaster – My Survival Guide. Compiled by Fire and Disaster Management Agency. 
- Information about disaster prevention for earthquakes, fire, Tsunami, as well as windstorm and flood. It gives you an easy instruction on what you can do before and in case a disaster occurs.
- Emergency Bags
- Suggested contents for your emergency bag. Compiled by Fire and Disaster Management Agency.
- E-book, “Motto wakaru hoshano, hoshasen (= Radioactivity and Radiation, for better understanding”) , is published by Hokkaido University’s CoSTEP (Communicators in Science and Technology Education Program), and available for free. It is a forty page general book to give you a basic idea about radioactivity and radiation.
Free distribution of magazines and other publications[編集]
- 「週刊少年ジャンプ」特別無料配信について（4/4～4/27） 
- 「週刊少年マガジン」等の無料公開（4/1～4/30） 
- 「週刊少年サンデー」無料配信（4/5～5/12） 
- 「週刊少年チャンピオン」特別無料配信について（～5/12） 
translated by A.Tanaka