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Are you interested in teaching or learning more about Tadoku?
Tadoku is a teaching technique used in Japanese as a Second Language (JSL) instruction. NCC's tadoku guide provides a brief explanation of tadoku, a set of links to tadoku publishers and resources, and an annotated bibliography of scholarly articles and research on the subject.
Find Free Digital Images for Class
Get started finding digital images to use in class or online teaching with these lists of where to find online images, located in the Image Use Protocol Guides.
Learn to use digital tools and resources!
Digital Scholarship has become an indispensable part of research, teaching, and learning. The Comprehensive Digitization and Discoverability (CDDP) Task Force initiated the Video Series to assist engagement with digital scholarship in Japan Studies, highlighting useful tools and best practices.
A comprehensive 25-unit course on information literacy
This is an information literacy course created by Professor Susanna Fessler of the University at Albany. The curriculum introduces students to the processes of locating, assessing, and using information resources in the context of Japanese studies, suitable for students with one year of language study.
NCC’s Outreach Working Group (OWG) supports faculty researchers and independent scholars of Japan, particularly those at small institutions or those without access to comprehensive Japanese library resources. OWG works to facilitate connections between researchers and needed resources, including information about NDL and Nichibunken.