[KS] Korean electronic resources at AAS session
hkyi at u.washington.edu
Mon Mar 28 13:18:26 EST 2005
Dear Korean scholars,
Have you ever wished to find your research materials to be available online?
If you had, AAS panel #67 (4/1, Friday 1-3p.m.) would be the right one for
you during upcoming AAS Conference in Chicago this week. I invite you to
come to the roundtable session to learn more about electronic resources in
Korean studies from expert librarians in the field.
If you like to know more about this, please read the announcement below or
ask Korean studies librarian at your school.
See you in Chicago!
Korean Studies Librarian
University of Washington
On behalf of the Committee on Korean Materials of the Council of East Asian
Libraries, I am pleased to announce a roundtable session on Korean
electronic resources at the upcoming AAS Conference in Chicago. Korean
studies librarians at major North American academic libraries will
demonstrate most important Korean electronic resources, both free and
commercial, which will be followed by Q&A and discussion. For more
information on the panel, please refer to #67, at
AAS Annual Meeting at Hyatt Regency, Chicago
Session 67: Roundtable: Electronic Resources in Korean Studies
Date: Friday April 1, 2005
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Place: Grand Ballroom A - Gold Level/East Tower
In order for us to better prepare for the roundtable, we are soliciting your
input. We would like to hear about your experiences or concerns with using
Korean electronic resources. Please forward your comments or questions
before the conference, so we could effectively address them at the
roundtable. We hope to hear from you, and better yet, see you there!
Hyokyoung Yi, University of Washington
Chair, Committee on Korean Materials, Council on East Asian Libraries
Kyungmi Chun, University of Hawaii
Mikyung L. Kang, UCLA
Joy Kim, University of Southern California
Sun-Yoon Kim Lee, University of Southern California
Choong Nam Yoon, Harvard University
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