Research Guide Potals: http://guides.nccjapan.org/researchguideportal
The NCC Research Guides bring together a wealth of information resources for research on Japan. Librarians and scholars at academic institutions throughout North America assess, compile, and create guides to streamline research.
Finding Ditital Resources: http://guides.nccjapan.org/digital
Guides to East Asian Databases
Guides to Japanese Commercial Databases
Ask EASL Guides to Japanese Library OPACs
Harvard College Libraries Guides
National Diet Library Research Guides
Ask EASL Guides to Chinese Databases
This 8 1/2 minute tutorial demonstrates how a patron at a participating North American library can use the Global Interlibrary Loan Framework (GIF) to request a book and a journal article from a Japanese library. It illustrates the initial step in the process, which is to use NACSIS WebCat Plus to discover which libraries in Japan hold a particular item. In addition, it shows the steps involved in determining which Japanese library might be able to loan the item. It also offers recommendations for how to make the request at a North American library.
This is version 1.0 of the tutorial, which we will modify as needed in the future. It has one known problem: there is an abrupt transition between the display of a sample ILL request form and the next portion of tutorial. No content is missing, however.
For additional information on the Global Interlibrary Loan Framework, please see the project page.
Please send all comments on the tutorial to email@example.com. Your feedback is greatly appreciated.