The North American Coordinating Council on Japanese Library Resources
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The NCC works to expand and improve access to library resources and information about Japan, through collaboration with institutions and organizations in North America, Japan, and elsewhere.NCC coordinates projects to cooperatively develop Japanese collections and articulate the information needs of librarians, scholars, and others.
Presentations from NCC's Annual Open Meeting have been uploaded to our website in a virtual format.
In the above video, Toshie Marra describes the digitization process of the Kadenshū Manuscripts Held by the C. V. Starr East Asian Library (University of California, Berkeley).
To view all of the NCC Annual Meeting presentations and to take part in the Q&A, click HERE.
NCC works directly with many institutions, including: