The 17th Forum on the Collaborative Reference Database Project
The Collaborative Reference Database (CRD) is a tool for providing reference services at the National Diet Library, Japan (NDL), that is currently being developed in collaboration with libraries throughout Japan. At present, the database comprises about 150,000 questions that were submitted to reference librarians throughout Japan and which, together with their answers, are available to be browsed by the general public.
Gallica : une stratégie de développement pour créer de nouveaux usages
Samedi 19 mars 2022, de 9h à 11h (heure en France)
2022年3月19日（土）17:00-19:00（日本時間 heure au Japon）
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NDL is looking to improve its websites(NDL Search, NDL Online, and Research NAVI). They have asked me to comment and have an online meeting about international Japanese studies, so I would be very happy if you could participate in the survey below (by 31th Jan.).
Questionnaire about NDL Websites: NDL Search, NDL Online, and Research NAVI - Google フォーム
2021 marks the occasion of the 160th anniversary of the conclusion of a treaty of amity, commerce and navigation between Prussia and Japan in 1861. Due to the pandemic the jubilee of “160 years of German-Japanese relations” could neither attract much attention nor be celebrated accordingly. Nevertheless the Specialised Information Service Asia (FID Asien) of the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin-PK (SBB-PK) would like to present at the end of the anniversary year its virtual contribution by the release of two thematic portals on its platform CrossAsia (crossasia.org).
December 14, 2021
Greetings from the National Diet Library (NDL), Japan.
Please see our recent poster which features our library’s services regarding Japanese studies, displayed on the following JSA-ASEAN 2021 Website.
1. "Materials Workshop": Session I
This is a new workshop series for researchers who are interested in Japanese antiquarian materials.
2. Kotenseki seminars
These seminars were held outside of Japan mainly targeted to post graduate students. From this webpage, some of the slides used at the seminars can be accessible.
miwo - App for AI Kuzushiji Recognition.
At the noon of Japan Standard Time on August 30, 2021, the Android and iOS version of the app was officially released. The app is free of charge. Install the app from Google Play or App Store, and use it on your smartphones or tablets.