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International Workshop: To Share Information Resources on Southeast Asian Studies -Things we would like to convey as librarians now-

2016/02/19 @ 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Date & Time: Friday, February 19th, 2016 10:30~17:30
Venue: Large Meeting Room of Inamori Center, Kyoto University

No participation fees, Pre-registration not required
Japanese ⇄ English/Multilingual interpretation available

10:00 Doors open

10:30 Opening Remarks by Yasuyuki Kono (Director of CSEAS)

10:40 Introduction by Mikiko Ono (Assistant Professor, CSEAS)

11:00 Session 1: To Share Information by Multilingual Bibliography
Chair: Mikiko Ono (CSEAS)
Report1 “Status Report of Multilingual Bibliography in Southeast Asian Nations”
 (1) Le Thi Lan (Institute of Social Sciences Information, Vietnam)
 (2) Ni Win Zaw (Department of Library and Information Studies, University of Yangon, Myanmar)
 (3) Manoluck Bounsihalath (Agriculture and Forestry Policy Research Center, Laos)
 (4) Yun Hak (Royal University of Agriculture Library, Cambodia)
 (5) Sivaporn Uthaisa (Thammasat University Library, Thailand)

Report2 “Approach for Information Sharing by Multilingual Bibliography in Japan”
 (1) Satsuki Kato (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Library)
 “Sharing Bibliographic Data and Multilingualization:
Current situation in Japan and Problems for research materials of Southeast Asian Studies”
 (2) Kimiya Kitani (CSEAS, Kyoto University)
 “Introduction to the Concept of Creating Small-Scale Database for Multilingual Books
 ~through  Southeast Asian Periodicals Database~”

Questions & Answers

13:00~14:00 Break

14:00 Session 2 Process for Joint Preservation and Use by Various Mediums
Chair: Hiroyuki Kojima (Lecturer, Graduate School of Economics, the University of Tokyo)
 (1) Tomoko Murai (IDE-JETRO Library)
 “Toward the Building of a Resource-Sharing System of Southeast Asian Newspapers”
 (2) Kazuki Ishikawa (University of Tokyo Library System)
 “Approach for Joint Preservation and Use of Materials within the University of Tokyo”
 (3) Katsutoshi Ishioka (Associate Professor, Keio University Law School)
 “Legal Issues for Joint Preservation and Use of Book Materials”

Questions & Answers

16:00~16:10 Short Break

16:10 General Discussion

17:10 Closing Remarks by Mamoru Shibayama (Director, Kyoto University ASEAN Center)

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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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