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Image Use Protocol: IUP Workshop Templates

Best practices for locating and using Japanese visual images for teaching, research, and publications

IUP Workshop Templates

Are you interested in organizing a workshop on image use at your home institution? Then this is for you!

The NCC is sponsoring a series of workshops to promote the Image Use Protocol Guide that was created to provide guidelines on how to request and obtain permission for the use of Japanese visual images in scholarly publications. The first workshop was offered at the 2009 annual meetings of Association for Asian Studies in Chicago; later in Norwich, England at 2009 meeting of European Association of Japanese Resource Specialists. A short presentation about the IUP Web Guide was also provided in Sydney, Australia at 2009 joint meeting of The Japanese Studies Association of Australia and International Conference on Japanese Language Education.

Those workshops allowed NCC to receive inquires from librarians and faculty members about hosting a similar workshop locally. To answer this, NCC has put together materials presented here. We hope that these materials become useful to those who are interested in organizing an IUP workshop at their home institution.

The following materials are available for download. Please read "Workshop overview" first to find more about these files and preparing for a workshop:

  1. Workshop overview: an instruction to workshop organizers
  2. NCC & Image Use Protocol Task Force. Based on a presentation that was originally created by Haruko Nakamura & later adapted by Izumi Koide
  3. IUP Web Guide
  4. Evaluation form template

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