Theme: Changing world of scholarly communication: new roles and challenges for libraries
Susan Xue, UC Berkeley and and CCM Chair
|10:12-10:22||Scholarly communication between Chinese and American scholars – an investigation on channels and impacts
Haihui Zhang,Chinese Studies Librarian, University of Pittsburgh
Shuyong Jiang,Chinese Studies Librarian/Cataloging Coordinator, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
|10:22 – 10:32||Are there cultural differences in researchers’ use of social networking services?
Tao Yang, East Asian Librarian, Rutgers University
|10:32 – 10:42||Current status of Open Access in China in the field of humanities and social sciences
Dianna Xu, East Asian Studies Librarian, University of Wisconsin-Madison
|10:42 – 10:55||Critical questions to answer for archiving scholarly blogs, online forums, and other digital communications
Michael Neubert, Supervisory Digital Projects Specialist, Library of Congress
|10:55 – 11:00||Q & A|
Gazetteers are local histories that contain a wealth of information about a site. While bibliographic finding aids for gazetteers of administrative units such as districts or provinces, were relatively easily available, until recently Buddhist temple gazetteers had not been sufficiently cataloged. This workshop will introduce participants to the discovery and use of Buddhist temple gazetteers. We will look at traditional editions, catalogues as well as modern databases and platforms.
Marcus Bingenheimer 馬德偉, Assistant Professor at the Department of Religion, Temple University, Philadelphia. His main research interests are the history of Buddhism in East Asia and early Buddhist sutra literature. Next to this he is interested in Digital Humanities and how to do research in the age of digital information.
Librarians receive questions on how to use citation management tools to cite Chinese materials all the time; however, there are no ready answers to it. This workshop is to introduce Mendeley, a new citation tool in managing Chinese materials, in comparison with other citation management software such as Zotero and EndNote. We will discuss basic features of the tools and focus on how they work with Chinese materials. References and links to useful materials will be provided for participants to further learn and explore those tools.
Tang Li, Public Services Librarian, East Asia Library, Yale University. Tang Li holds an MA in art history and an MLS from University of Maryland, College Park. Her research interests in library science include reference & instruction services in the 21st century and next generation OPAC. She organizes and conducts library workshops on Chinese electronic resources and citation management tools during the semesters.
Susan Xue, Head of Public and Information Services, C.V. Starr East Asian Library, University of California at Berkeley. One area of her research interests is management and service of electronic resources. She has regularly taught library instructional classes and conducted workshops on library resources.
Committee on Chinese Materials, 2011-2014 (http://www.eastasianlib.org/ccm/index.shtml):
Vickie Doll 傅玉波 (Kansas)
Tang Li 李唐 (Yale)
Ming-sun Poon 潘銘燊 (LoC)
Zhijia Shen 沈志佳 (Washington)
Ping Situ 司徒萊 (Arizona)
Susan Xue 薛燕, Chair (UCB)
Haihui Zhang 張海惠 (Pittsburgh)