2010 Committee on Korean Materials (CKM) Annual Meeting Agenda

1:50 PM-3:40 PM
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Grand ballroom Salon A/B, Philadelphia Marriott Downtown

 

2 min.
1:50 - 1:52 pm

Opening and Introduction of CKM Members
-- Hana Kim,
University of Toronto

1 min.

1:52 1:53 pm

I.

Introduction of Presenters and Presentations on:

Digitization of the Korean Rare Books in Cooperation with the National Library of Korea

40 min.
1:53 - 2:33 pm

1. Digitization of the Korean Rare Books at Columbia University
-- Hee-sook Shin, Columbia University (12.5)
2. Digitization of the Korean Rare Books at Harvard-Yenching Library
-- Mikyung Kang, Harvard University (12.5)
3. Digitization of the Korean Rare Books at Library of Congress and 
the Library Services of Digital Materials
-- Hyeeun Lee, National Library of Korea (15)

4 min.

2:33 - 2:37 pm

Questions and Answers

1 min.

2:37 - 2:38 pm

II.

Introduction of Presenters and Presentations on:

Digitization of the Asami Collection at UC-Berkeley

15 min.
2:38 - 2:53 pm

The Asami Collection: Finding Innovation between the pages!

-- Robert Miller, Internet Archive

10 min.
2:53 - 3:03 pm

Digitizing Korean Rare Books at the East Asian Library, UC Berkeley: Part I, Part II

-- Kyung Ho Sim, Korea University

-- Jin Woo Baek, Korea University

4 min.

3:03 - 3:07 pm

Questions and Answers

1 min.

3:07 - 3:08 pm

III.

Introduction of Presenters and Presentations on:

Special Collection Digitization Projects

13 min.

3:08 - 3:21 pm

Overview of the Google Books digitized from the University of Michigan Library collection: its impact to Korean Studies scholars

-- Yunah Sung, University of Michigan

13 min.

3:21 - 3:34 pm

Unborn but (not) Forgotten : Digitizing Korea's Cinematic Past: Part I, Part II

-- R.L. Cagle, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

-- JaEun Ku, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

3 min.
3:34 - 3:37 pm

Questions and Answers

3 min.
3:37 - 3:40 pm

Report on the Korean Collections Consortium of North America
-- Hyokyoung Yi,
University of Washington

 

Announcements and Closing
-- Hana Kim,
University of Toronto