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2020 NCC Virtual Open Meeting Presentations: Home

Introduction

Since NCC's 25th anniversary, which was celebrated in 2018, we have been gathering feedback from our various constituencies, and we have created several new initiatives. Our Virtual Open Meeting provides updates on these new initiatives and programs, including the Comprehensive Digitization and Discoverability Program (NCC-CDDP) and Outreach Working Group (OWG). 
 
Stay tuned in the coming weeks for our community discussion page, which will focus on the following two topics:
  • Resource Sharing in the Next Decade
  • How to celebrate NCC's 30th anniversary in 2021 

 

Presentation Agenda: 

NCC Updates and Initiatives 

Tara McGowan (NCC Executive Director, Princeton University)

tmcgowan@nccjapan.org

 

Report of NCC Outreach Working Group Survey 

Tsuyoshi Harada (Japanese Studies Librarian, University of Iowa) - tsuyoshi-harada@uiowa.edu 

Kana Jenkins (Curator, University of Maryland) - jenkins1@umd.edu

 

Report of NCC Comprehensive Digitization and Discoverability Program (CDDP) Survey 

Regan Murphy Kao (Japanese Studies Librarian, Stanford University) - reganmk@stanford.edu  

 

Opening the Black Box: A behind the scenes look at the digitization of the University of Illinois' Hōrai no makimono 

Steve W. Witt (Director of Global Studies, Head of the International and Area Studies Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) swwitt@illinois.edu 

 

Making a Resource More Usable after Digitization: The case of Kadenshū Manuscripts Held by the C. V. Starr East Asian Library, University of California, Berkeley 

Toshie Marra (Librarian for Japanese Collection, University of California, Berkeley) - tmarra@berkeley.edu 

Technical note: 

If you have difficulty viewing Steve Witt’s presentation (hosted at mediaspace.illinois.edu), please make sure to clear cookies in your viewing browser. 

Q & A:

Please send your questions via email directly to individual presenters or to Haruko Nakamura (haruko.nakamura@yale.edu ).  With your permission, we will post the Q & A for each of the presentations on the NCC Website. We look forward to hearing from you! 

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