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|Other Titles:||Professor Chen-Ku Wang and the Librarianship of Taiwan|
Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
Professor Chen-Ku Wang has been a guiding force in seeing Taiwan’s library world through difficult times and onto a course of steady devlepoment. His contributions in this field have been particularly significant during his tenure as director of the National Central Library (NCL). Examples of such achievements include: 1. Overseeing the relocation of the NCL to its current facility; 2. Promoting the automation of library operations in Taiwan; 3. Establishing the Center for Chinese Studies; 4. Establishing the Information and Computing Library; 5. Implementing the ISBN system in Taiwan; 6. Holding the Taipei International Book Exhibition; 7. Promoting cooperation between cultural and social science organizations; and 8. Holding national library conferences. These initiatives not only have laid a solid foundation for new operations at the NCL, but also have made an inestimable contribution to library affairs in Taiwan.
|Appears in Collections:||圖書館學與資訊科學|
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