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  • Elaine Koogler
    A lady in Atlantia sent this to me, thinking I might be interested...I am, and have signed up for it. I haven t received more details and a map yet, but it
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 18, 2009
      A lady in Atlantia sent this to me, thinking I might be interested...I
      am, and have signed up for it. I haven't received more details and a
      map yet, but it does take place on April 30, starting at 9:00. It is
      free, and all you have to do is to send an email to the link below (at
      the end of the message) to register. It is being held at the University
      of Maryland. I'm so excited...something that's actually close to where
      I live. Interested, Tony???


      From: Aimee Babcock-Ellis <aimeebe@... <mailto:aimeebe@...>>
      Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2009 3:12:57 PM
      Subject: Workshop

      Forwarded from Lisa Kreps:

      Workshops on Using Visual Images from Japan
      Held in Conjunction with the 30th Anniversary of the Gordon W.
      At the University of Maryland in collaboration with the NCC

      Schedule for April 30, 2009 Workshop on Using Japanese Visual Images: to
      Support teaching, research and publications in Japan studies
      at Special Event Room , McKeldin Library, University of Maryland,
      College Park, Maryland

      8:30 to 9:00: Registration and Continental Breakfast

      9:00: UM Welcome (Sue Baughman, Director Collection Management & Special
      Collections,University of Maryland Libraries)
      Baughman will chair the workshop until 10:30 a.m.

      9:10 to 9:30: IUP Project Introduction and Overview
      Theodore C. Bestor, Harvard University and IUP co-chair
      Moderator/discussant for the program

      9:30 to 10:30:

      User Experiences with Japanese Visual Images
      Alicia Volk and Yui Suzuki, Assistant Professors, Dept. of Art History
      and Archaeology, University of Maryland

      Experiences using the images held in the Prange Collection
      Eiko Sakaguchi and Michiko Izawa, East Asia and Prange Collections

      Experiences using the images held in the MacArthur Memorial Library &
      James Zobel, Archivist, MacArthur Memorial

      10:30 to 10:45: Break

      10:45 to 11: 30:

      Secondary Use of Visual Images in the NDL and collaboration among MLA
      Mitsuaki Okamura, Director General, Reference and Special Collections
      Department, NDL

      Anne R. Bowden, Counsel, Office of Legal Affairs, University of Maryland

      11:30 to 12:30:
      Using NCC's Image Use Website with discussion and Q&A
      Ted Bestor, Victoria Bestor, Reiko Yoshimura (to be finalized)

      NCC's Image Use Webpage is freely and bilingually published at:
      <a href="http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~ncc/imageuse.html
      <http://www.fas.harvard.edu/%7Encc/imageuse.html></a> where you can find:
      Best Practices for locating and requesting images from Japan for
      teaching, research and publications;
      Permission letter templates and photo release forms for publication;
      Bilingual glossary of terms
      A list of related contacts and links to important sites andorganizations
      in Japan.

      The IUP has received generous funding from the Japan Foundation, the
      Toshiba International Foundation, and the Reischauer Institute of
      Japanese Studies at Harvard University.

      Eiko Sakaguchi
      Curator, East Asia Collection &
      Gordon W. Prange Collection
      McKeldin Library College Park, MD 20742-7011
      Tel 301-405-9135 Fax 301-405-9191
      Email. eikos@... <mailto:eikos@...>
      asia.html <http://www.lib.umd.edu/EASIA/east=asia.html>>
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