[KS] Electronic resources

James B. Lewis jay.lewis at oriental-institute.oxford.ac.uk
Wed Apr 20 12:35:44 EDT 2005

Dear Brother Anthony,

As with most online projects, it appears to be open-source.  The blurb 
at the beginning, before you get into the Subject Guide, pleas for 
volunteers to maintain sections of the guide.  There is no claim for 
completeness or even being up-to-date.

As for the PowerPoint files (AAS Roundtable: Electronic Resources in 
Korean Studies 
<http://www.usc.edu/isd/korean/ckm/AAS_roundtable/index.html>), these 
are excellent groupings and displays of online resources, and the 
Information Navigators (the artists formerly known as Librarians) 
deserve applause.

Jay Lewis
Anthony wrote:

>This project is obviously of great potential value but that makes it all
>the more difficult to understand why the Literature section in the Subject
>Guides (the only one I have had time to look at) is so laughably
>inadequate and has not been updated since April 2003. Can you tell us if
>this is an ongoing project or a dead one? The fact that my own name is
>misspelled there is not a major factor in my wish to encourage greater
>efforts in this direction.
>Brother Anthony / An Sonjae
>Sogang University, Seoul, Korea
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