Presentation on theme: "CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, 20101 10:40 am to 12:30 p.m Thursday, March 25, 2010 Grand Ballroom Salon A/B Philadelphia Marriott Downtown."— Presentation transcript:
CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, :40 am to 12:30 p.m Thursday, March 25, 2010 Grand Ballroom Salon A/B Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, Committee Members, April 2008 – March 2011: Victoria Chu, UC San Diego Vickie Fu Doll, Univ. of Kansas Michael Meng, Univ. of Washington Chengzhi Wang, Columbia Univ. Karen Wei, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Xian Wu, Michigan State Univ. Kuang-tien Yao, Univ. of Hawaii at Manoa
CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, Collections and Services in Chinese Studies – Issues, Concerns, and Challenges 10:40-10:50 Opening Remarks, Introduction of Members Kuang-tien Yao, Committee Chair, University of Hawaii Library at Manoa 10:50-11:10 Asian Art Library: Comparative Perspectives – Joint Presentation Min Xu, Associate Museum Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library, Metropolitan Museum of Art Yue Shu, Chinese Librarian, Freer/Sackler Galleries Library, Smithsonian Institution
CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, :10–11:35Post – 1949 Chinese Local Gazetteers: Digitizing & Collaborative Collection – Joint Presentation Susan Xue, Head of Information and Public Services and Electronic Resources Librarian, University of California at Berkeley Hong Cheng, Chinese Studies Librarian, University of California at Los Angeles 11:35-11:50 Proliferation of Chinese Yearbooks and Its Challenges to East Asian Libraries Ming-sun Poon, Reference Librarian, Asian Division, Library of Congress 11:50-12:05 Open Access, Deep Web, and Online Collaboration in Chinese Studies: The FOREASt Experience Tao Yang, East Asian Librarian, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 12:05-12:25Q & A
CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, Min Xu. MS in Library and Information Science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1998), MA in East Asian Studies from Saint Johns University, New York (1991). She is Associate Museum Librarian of the Thomas J. Watson Library of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and has been working for the library since 1998.
CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, Yue Shu. MLS from the Catholic University of America (2001), MA in International Education from the George Washington University (1992). She has been working as the Chinese Librarian for the Freer/Sackler Galleries Library, the Smithsonian Institution, since 2001.
CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, Susan Xue. Head of Information and Public Services and Electronic Resources Librarian, C. V. Starr East Asian Library at UC Berkeley. Before joining in UC Berkeley libraries, She had worked in various library settings in the US, Canada and China. She obtained BA and MA degree in political science from Peoples University in China in 1982 and 1985, and MLIS degree from the University of Western Ontario in Her research interests are in the area of government publications from China and US, electronic information resources, and information policy.
CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, Hong Cheng. Chinese Studies Librarian at the UCLA East Asian Library. Before coming to UCLA, he was the Library Director at the Art Institute of California, Los Angeles, for over seven years. In addition to the MLIS program in library and information science from UCLA in 1994, his academic background includes MA and Ph.D. degrees in history, also from UCLA in 1988 and He earned BA and MA degrees at Fudan University in 1982 and His research focus is in history, specifically modern Chinese history and socio- economic history, as well as global scholarly communication in the field of information studies.
CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, Ming-sun Poon got his MLS from UC Berkeley and PhD from University of Chicago. He is a Reference Librarian in the Asian Division, Library of Congress, chiefly responsible for the administration of QuestionPoint service for the Division and for collection development of Chinese publications from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau.
CEAL -- CCM -- March 25, Tao Yang. East Asian Librarian at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey since 2007 and is responsible for the collection development and public services of the Rutgers East Asian Library. Prior to his current appointment, he was the Public Services Librarian of the Yale University East Asia Library for four years. Since he became a professional librarian, Taos research and publications have been focusing on the traditional and new media as both information resources and communication tools for the libraries.