Presentation on theme: "Korean Literature Database and Building Partnerships with Korean Studies Libraries Hye-Young Kim Head Librarian, LTI Korea Library"— Presentation transcript:
Korean Literature Database and Building Partnerships with Korean Studies Libraries Hye-Young Kim Head Librarian, LTI Korea Library firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Introduction to LTI Korea 1.1 Introduction to LTI Korea 1.2 Periodicals on Korean Literature 1.3 _list Website 1.4 LTI Korea Website 2. Korean Literature Database 2.1 Korean Literature Database 2.2 Korean Literatures in Translation 2.3 Authors Database 2.4 World Map of Korean Literature 2.5 Introduction to Korean Books 2.6 Books, Social Network, & Media 3. LTI Korea Library 3.1 LTI Korea Library 3.2 LTI Korea Library Website 3.3 Hub Library Members 2
2010. 03. 17 Change of the law authorizing LTI Korea (Publishing Industry Promotion Act 20.2) 2005. 09. 27 Korean Literature Translation Fund Founded 2005. 01. 27 Renamed as Korean Literature Translation Institute 2001. 03. 02 Declaration of a revision in the Culture and Arts Promotion Law 1996. 05. 06 Status changed to a special corporation 1.1 Introduction to LTI Korea LTI Korea, or the Literature Translation Institute of Korea, was established by the Korean to introduce Korean literature abroad. Main programs include support for translation and publication projects, promotion of international exchange programs related to Korean literature, recruiting and educating professional translators, and support for Korean publishers copyright export. 3
Quarterly Paper book _list (English, Chinese) Quarterly Newsletter plus+ list (English, Chinese) 4 LTI Korea prints a variety of bulletins to provide information on Korean literature throughout the world. Monthly LTI Korea Newsletter (Korean) 1.2 Periodicals on Korean Literature
http://www.list.or.kr 5 Access _list on the web. 1.3 _list Website (English)
http://www.klti.or.kr 6 1.4 LTI Korea Website (Korean) The new LTI Korea website was launched in 2011 to make information on Korean literature more accessible.
http://eng.klti.or.kr 7 1.4 LTI Korea Website (English) The new LTI Korea website was launched in 2011 to make information on Korean literature more accessible.
2. Korean Literature Database 2.1 Korean Literature Database 2.2 Korean Literatures in Translation 2.3 Authors Database 2.4 World Map of Korean Literature 2.5 Introduction to Korean Books 2.6 Social Network & Media 8
Database of 1221 translated Korean works. Book location information available through RISS4U and Worldcat. Visual representation of the spread of Korean literature around the world in twenty-eight languages. Author info database of 1013 Korean writers. Connected to Korean literatures in Translation database. Provides substantial information on Korean writers. 9 2.1 Korean Literature Database Korean Literature Archives consists of 4 database. Korean books information that main publishers provide for supports from LTI Korea when publishing overseas
10 2.2 Korean Literature in Translation Korean literature searchable by year, language, genre, and publisher.
11 2.2 Korean Literature in Translation Find the Korean literature in Translation database related with author database.
12 2.3 Author Database Information database on 1013 Korean writers. Offers substantial author biographies with materials used in the LTI international literary forums.
13 2.4 World Map of Korean Literature Visual presentation of Korean literature in twenty-eight languages, translated and published with funding from LTI Korea.
14 2.5 Introduction of Korean Books Some Korean literature by genre and subjects.
15 2.6 Social Network & Media Developing web contents on Korean literature for dissemination via social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and iTunes Podcast. http://www.twitter.com/ltikorea http://www.facebook.com/ltikorea http://www.youtube.com/ltikorea http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/ korean-books/id384868501
16 3. LTI Korea Library 3.1 LTI Korea Library 3.2 LTI Korea Library Website 3.3 Hub Library Members
17 3.1 LTI Korea Library (1/2) Opened in 2007 as a library and archive specializing in Korean literature. Collection includes Korean literature translated into thirty-three languages, wide range of audiovisual material related Korean literature, official writer bios, periodicals, and reference books on translation. Operating hour: Monday through Friday (9:00am-6:00pm)
Standard : 02-15-2012 18 3.1 LTI Korea Library (2/2) The LTI Library houses over 8500 books – greatest number of books are in English (1317), followed by Japanese and Chinese books. The library also donates books upon request to libraries that request Korean books translated and published through the LTI Korea grant programs. Language Own StatusDeposit Status SpeciesNumbersSpeciesNumbers Korean3,3373,777-- Chinese4906396205,239 Japanese591756781,343 English9481,3172914,769 Spanish127219982,717 French3104871863,147 German4155881493,185 Others4256352616,015 Total6,6438,4181,68326,415
http://library.klti.or.kr 19 3.2 LTI Korea Library Website
Resource: North America Library Consosium Website [http://ks111.moore.hawaii.edu/] 20 3.3 Hub Library Members The LTI Korea library has a continuous, systematic program that donates Korean literature in translation to major libraries around the world such as the Library of Congress and the university libraries at Duke and Harvard. We aim to make Korean literature more accessible to Korean Studies academics and general readers.
If you have any questions, please contact Hye-Young Kim. (Head Librarian / email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org 21