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A partial list of the institutions and groups with which NCC has collaborated in developing programs and services
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NCC Collaborators (a partial list, alphabetically)

In addition to the many, many individual faculty members, librarians, and students who contribute to NCC programs on an ongoing basis, the following institutions and groups collaborate with NCC in developing programs and services:

Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)

American Association of Teachers of Japanese (AATJ/ATJ)

American Library Association (ALA)

Association of Asian Studies (AAS)

Association of Research Libraries (ARL)

The British Library

Center for Research Libraries (CRL)

Columbia University (and their Avery Art and Architectural Library and CV Starr East Asian Library)

Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL, and their list Eastlib)

East Asian Anthropology Section of the AAA (and their list Easianth)

European Association of Japanese Resource Specialists (EAJRS)

European Association of Japanese Studies (EAJS)

International House of Japan (IHJ)

Japan Anthropology Workshop (JAWS)

Japan Art History Forum

Japanese Association of National University Libraries (JANUL)

Japanese Association of Private University Libraries (JASPUL)

Japanese Studies Association of Australia (JSAA)

Library of Congress

National Art Center Tokyo (NACT)

National Diet Library of Japan (NDL)

National Institute for Infomatics (NII)

Nissan Institute (Oxford University)

Ritsumeikan University (Art Center for the Digital Humanties)

Shibusawa Eiichi Memorial Foundation

The Smithsonian Institution (and its Freer/Sackler Galleries Library)

Tokyo National Museum (TNM, and their image use specialists)

UK-Library Group

and many, many universities, associations, and interest groups worldwide

North American Coordinating Council on Japanese Library Resources
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