Kotenseki: Deciphering Chester Beatty Collection
You are invited to participate in a free webinar, “Libraries and UN SDGs: IFLA supporting the libraries to achieve the SDGs” by president of the IFLA, to be held on Thursday, March 24, 2022, at 16:00-17:20 pm (JST/UTC+0900).
You might remember that Kinokuniya hosted an online event last July titled ‘The Inside Stories of Japanese Academic Publishing’.
As we received many positive feedbacks from all of you who had attended, we are very happy to inform you that we are doing another one next week!
This time, three academic publishers below will have a discussion with a focus on digital publishing post-covid.
The session will be about 90 minutes in total in Japanese, and the webinar recording will be available to the registrants for one week.
The 17th Forum on the Collaborative Reference Database Project
The Collaborative Reference Database (CRD) is a tool for providing reference services at the National Diet Library, Japan (NDL), that is currently being developed in collaboration with libraries throughout Japan. At present, the database comprises about 150,000 questions that were submitted to reference librarians throughout Japan and which, together with their answers, are available to be browsed by the general public.
Gallica : une stratégie de développement pour créer de nouveaux usages
Samedi 19 mars 2022, de 9h à 11h (heure en France)
2022年3月19日（土）17:00-19:00（日本時間 heure au Japon）
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1. "Materials Workshop": Session I
This is a new workshop series for researchers who are interested in Japanese antiquarian materials.
2. Kotenseki seminars
These seminars were held outside of Japan mainly targeted to post graduate students. From this webpage, some of the slides used at the seminars can be accessible.
Date: 3 days: 21-23 April 2021, 10:30-15:50 (Central Europe Summer Time)
Instructors: Professor Yamamoto Kazuaki, first 5 sessions on 古典籍. Associate Professor Ōta Naohiro, last 4 sessions on 古文書.
Committee Members: Akira Hirano, Naomi Yabe Magnussen, Izumi Tytler (adviser)
Format: ZOOM (supported by Oslo University). 3 sessions a day. 70 minutes a session. Each session had lecture part and practise part.