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NCC 2016 Open Meeting: 2016 Open Meeting Agenda and Reports

Agenda 2016 Open Meeting

NCC Annual Open Meeting

Digital Humanities in Japanese Studies Now: What’s Next?

Sheraton Ravenna, Sheraton Seattle Hotel

Thursday, March 31, 2016, 4:30 PM


Welcome, Introductions and Transitions: Setsuko Noguchi, NCC Chair, Japanese Studies Librarian, Princeton University

Report on NCC’s  “Advancing Digital Scholarship in Japanese Studies Workshop” November 6-7, 2015 by Kazuko Hioki Conservation and Japanese Studies Liaison Librarian, University of Kentucky


Report from Europe: "Leiden in Transition: constructing the Asian Library and the Digital Future of the Siebold and Hoffmann collections" by Nadia Kreeft, Japanese and Korean Studies Librarian, University of Leiden


“Kracking Kafu: Digitally Retelling Nagai Kafū’s American Years, and What I’m Learning from Doing It:” Ryuta Komaki, Japanese and Korean Studies Librarian, Washington University in St. Louis


Linked Reports:

               Report of the Japan Liaison

               NCC Multi-Volume Sets Grants Committee

               NCC ILL/DD Committee

               NCC Digital Resources Committee (nomination notice)

               Publishing in English (for non-native speakers)

               Cooperative Collections Working Group

               Image Use Protocol Working Group

               Website Design and Expansion Working Group
               Research Access Guides Working Group

               Librarian Professional Development Working Group

               Japan Art Catalog Projects

               Subject Guides Portal

               Shashi Interest Group

               Disaster Preparedness Working Group

               Faculty Outreach Working Group (NEW)

               Reading Japanese Working Group (in-formation)


 Following the Meeting the Power Point Slides of major presenters will also be posted on NCC’s Website, with their permission. 

Updated 03/11/2016

NCC Funders

Principal funding for 2015-16 has been provided by the Japan-US Friendship Commission (JUSFC) and Toshiba International Foundation (TIFO). 


Individual contributions have also been made by donors to NCC's Annual Appeal, and by the extensive in-kind contributions of the many librarians and faculty who volunteer their time and talents to make all NCC programs and services possible.  Thank you!  


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