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Scripts of the International Library Cooperation Symposium

Nov. 9, 2012 JASPUL 2012 Symposium

"Consideration of learning Support in university libraries"

  • Ms.Sarah Hutton
    "Supporting the 21st Century Learners: Building the Multimedia Production Center at the University of Massachusetts Amherst"
    English  /  Japanese  /  Materials
     
  • Mr.Anthony Helm
    "Toward An Enhanced Learning Commons Ideal at Dartmouth College"
    English  /  Japanese  /  Materials
     
  • Mr. Tetsuya Toyoda
    Consideration of learning Support in university Libraries: Case Study of Learning Commons "Pear Learning Room" at the Ritsumeikan Kinugasa Library
    Materials (Japanese)
     
  • Mr. Takahiro Murakami
    Consideration of learning Support in university Libraries: Case Study of Ryukoku University Library
    Materials (Japanese)

 

May 14, 2010 Ms. Ingrid T.Parent

" Digital Academic Content and the Future of Libraries: International Cooperation in a Networked Age"

Feb. 26, 2008 Ms. Lizabeth A.Wilson

" The Emerging Global Research Library and Library Assessment"

Nov. 18, 2005 Ms. Paula Kaufman

"Role and Mission of Academic Libraries; Present and Future"

May 14, 2004 Ms. Barbara J. Ford

"Professional Development for University Librarians and The Mortenson Center for International Library Programs"

May 14, 2004 Mr. Jay Jordan

"Training University Librarians for Today and Tomorrow: OCLC’s perspective"

May 16, 2003 Mr. James Michalko

"Research information services in a global, networked environment: the RLG perspective"

May 31, 2002 Mr. James Neal

"Gai-Atsu: ARL, SPARC and the Transformation of Scholarly Publishing"

May 11, 2001 Mr. David S. Ferriero

"Cooperation and Collaboration in the Academic Library Environment: Keys to Success"

May 22, 2000 Ms. Mary E. Jackson

"Global Resource Sharing: Experiences of American Research Libraries in the Last Decades and Future Directions in the Next Decade"