Greetings from the National Diet Library (NDL) of Japan.
We are now conducting a user satisfaction survey of FY2023. Your ideas and opinions are important to our library and will help us provide you with the best library services possible. Please fill out this survey.
From May 8 to October 31, 2023
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Greetings from the National Diet Library (NDL), Japan.
We would like to inform you of the following news.
[Results of Questionnaire on NDL Bibliographic Data and Web NDL Authorities Now Available]
The results of the questionnaire on NDL bibliographic data and Web NDL Authorities (https://id.ndl.go.jp/auth/ndla) conducted in FY2022 are now available on the NDL website.
We would like to thank all participants for completing this questionnaire.
On January 16 (Mon), 2023, in Conference Room 1, 3rd Floor, Building 33, Toyama Campus, Waseda University, a lecture meeting entitled “Looking Back on the History of Global Japanese Studies: On Frank Hawley and His ‘Horei Bunko’ Collection” was held, sponsored by Waseda University Research Institute for Letters, Arts and Sciences and the Ryusaku Tsunoda Center of Japanese Culture, and co-sponsored by Waseda University’s Global Japanese Studies Model Unit, Top Global University Project.
The NIJL/EAJRS Kuzushi-ji Workshop will be held online 19-21 April 2023. This year, Cambridge University Library will provide some material for the workshop. The workshop is free of charge. If you wish to apply for the workshop, please fill in the application form, and submit it to email@example.com by end of 12 March. The detailed information can be found here:
You are invited to participate in a free Webex webinar,"The Role of Libraries in Implementing Inclusive Information Society - Centered on the National Library for the Disabled -" to be held on Thursday, March 23, 2023, at 14:00-15:15 pm (JST/UTC+0900).
The Art Research Center (ARC), Ritsumeikan University, is pleased to announce an upcoming international symposium based on our long-standing international joint research collaboration with the team led by Prof. Hans B. Thomsen at the University of Zurich on digitizing Japanese art collections in Central Europe.
This event is held in English. Live simultaneous interpretation in Japanese is available.
We are looking forward to your participation.