Presentation Slides of the International Symposium at Kyushu University Library in Dec. 2018.


Kyushu University Library held an International symposium “Academic Libraries Engaging in Internationalization of Higher Education: Toward a World Top University Brand Based in Asia” in December 2018.
Presentation Slides of the symposium are now publicly open in Kyushu University Institutional Repository.

Program / Slides
  • Guest Speaker 1: Associate Professor Kulthida Tuamsuk (Dean of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University, THAILAND) / Presentation Slides
  • Guest Speaker 2: Professor Hao-Ren Ke (Graduate Institute of Library & Information Studies, National Taiwan Normal University, and University Librarian of National Taiwan Normal University, TAIWAN) / Presentation Slides
  • Kyushu University Speaker: Professor Kazuo Miyamoto (Faculty of Humanities, Vice President of Kyushu University, Director of Kyushu University Archives, and Director of Kyushu University Library, JAPAN) / Presentation Slides
  • Panel Discussion

Date:December 14th, 2018, 13:00-17:15
Venue:Cute.Commons, 4th floor, Kyushu University Central Library
Languages:English with a simultaneous interpretation into Japanese
Host:Kyushu University Library
Co-Host:Department of Library Science, Graduates School of Integrated Frontier Sciences, Kyushu University
Support:Kyushu Regional Conference of University Libraries

The internationalization of higher education progresses with a rapid increase of international students and introducing an international educational program, and more and more Asian students study abroad in the Asia. We held this symposium in the Kyushu University Central Library which opened on October 1st, 2018 as a central part of internationalization of Kyushu University. In this symposium, we introduced the attempts for the internationalization in Kyushu University and invited two experts from Thailand and Taiwan who gave a lecture on the advanced challenges to support the internationalization in their libraries. Fifty-six people from five countries participated in this symposium and exchanged opinions actively in the panel discussion. It was a good opportunity to deepen the understandings of the roles and purposes for university libraries to continue to be an essential part for the internationalization in the higher education.



※This symposium was held as a pre-event of ALIRG 2018 (10th Asia Library and Information Research Group Workshop)

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