[National Library of Korea] INKSLIB Webzine Vol.3 (March, 2022)

  • Writer Yeongjo Yun
  • Date 2022-03-31
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Greetings, and best wishes to you all!

We issued an INKSLIB Webzine Vol.3 to deliver domestic and international news related to overseas Korean studies efficiently and quickly.
For INKSLIB members, you can share not only your library’s Korean studies-related updates but also any small or big news via this Webzine!
If you want to share your items, please send an email to INKSLIB@korea.kr whenever you have an item to share and notify about.

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[INKSLIB Webzine Vol.3] March 30, 2022
What's New
National Library of Korea(NLK). This newsletter is published by the National Library of Korea.Please click Unsubscribe if you do not wish to receive this email. 201 Banpodae-ro Seocho-gu Seoul, 06579.Phone: 82-2-590-6325.INKSLIB Webzine (inkslib.nl.go.kr). Published by the National Library of Korea. Department: International Cooperation and PR Team. Planning and Editing: Yeongjo Yun
[Korean Studies Trends] The Korean Studies Collection at the University of Washington [Korean Studies Trends] Digitizing a Korea-Related Collection for Preservation [NLK] The NLK opens an immersive space called the Knowledge Path to the public on March 15 [South Korea] 177.3 billion won (approx. USD 150 million) earmarked in 2022 for new construction and remodeling of 246 small and public libraries [International] IFLA Releases Statement on Open Library Data [NLK] Appreciating the history and culture of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania! [NLK] The NLK provides bibliographic information on new books to WorldCat [NLK] The NLK renovates the Korean Old and Rare Collection Information System (KORCIS) [NLK] The NLK signs an MOU with the Mohammed Bin Rashid Library in the UAE [NLK] The NLK expands non-contact services to include broadcast and performance recordings and academic resources [NLK] Cultivating the abilities of library professionals in preparation for the era of metaverse [South Korea] The Academy of Korean Studies continues to expand Its Support for Overseas Korean Studies program [South Korea] The Academy of Korean Studies publishes the 2021 Winter Edition of the Korea Journal to focus on South Korea’s social movements [South Korea] Fifty years of efforts to promote South Korean culture internationally: Reaching Out Constantly, Resounding Globally! [South Korea] Publication of K-Culture: 50 years of overseas promotion of the Republic of Korea [USA] Library of Congress Digital Collections Strategy 2022-2026 Published [International] IFLA Trend Report 2021 Update released [USA] The Korean Foundation Signs Agreement with Princeton University to Establish Endowed Professorship in Korean Studies [Singapore] Korea Centre Opened at the National University of Singapore INKSLIB Webzine Unsubscribe