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May 14, 2011

Ritsumeikan University 1st JADS Kansai Chapter Meeting of 2011 (108th meeting in total)

The following meeting will be conducted by members of the Japanese Culture Research Group.

“On the Taiwan e-Learning and Digital Archives Program (TELDAP)”

Presenters: Monika Bincsik, Shin’ya Maezaki

Date: May 14 (Sun.), 15:00~17:00

Location: Ritsumeikan University Art Research Center, Multipurpose Room (planned)

Participation Fee: Free. Non-members are also welcome to participate.

※ A get-together has been planned for 17:30. It will cost around 3000yen.


The presentation will introduce the activities, research, and organizational structure of the international project “Taiwan e-Learning and Digital Archives Program,” which was initiated under the National Digital Archives Program in 2002. The program, led by Academia Sinica, promotes the digital archiving of cultural properties (from the fields of history, literature, art, and biology) housed by the National Palace Museum, National Taiwan University, and many other public and private cultural institutions in Taiwan. Furthermore, the program actively utilizes “e-learning” techniques for the archived materials.

In this presentation, we will report on the international conference sponsored by TELDAP at Academia Sinica in March 2011 and introduce the current state of digitalization in Taiwan and its multifaceted uses.
Sponsor: Japan Art Documentation Society (JADS), Kansai Chapter
Co-sponsors: Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University; Global COE Digital Humanities Center for Japanese Arts and Cultures

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