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Staging Dunhuang Mogao Caves: Treasures from along the Silk Road

StagingDunhuangMogaoCaves_Kuang.pdf
Historically a frontier metropolis, Dunhuang was a strategic site along the Silk Road in northwestern China, a crossroads of trade, and a locus for religious, cultural, and intellectual influences since the Han dynasty (206 B.C.E.–220 C.E.). The 492…

Working with Faculty to Support Their Teaching and Research

2017CALA_SEprogram_Li.pdf
This presentation discusses some basic knowledge and skills for an East Asian Study Libran. To
best serve the faculty and students, the librarians needs to know related academic programs and
faculty expertise, their research interests, courses…

A Glimpse into CALA’s 1980 and 2013 Membership

The Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA)’s total membership has increased to 559, including 260 life members and 299 annual members, as of June 30, 2013. It covers all states in the US and 7 other countries and areas (Australia, Canada,…

The hidden treasure -- Elling O. Eide Center

TheHiddenTreasure_ZhaoLiu.pdf
A beautiful space devoted to the culture of Asia has been quietly developing on a tucked-away waterfront property in Sarasota, Florida. This is the Elling O. Eide Center, a non-profit research library and preserve named for its benefactor, Elling O.…

Diving into the university knowledge community:
navigating the expanded role of
the metadata librarian

2017CALA_SEprogram_Deng.pdf
Metadata librarians' engaging in the university knowledge community is becoming a trend in recent
years. In preparing for this change, it can be challenging for the metadata librarians to step out of the "back room", engage in scholarly…

If We Build It, They Will Come: Improving CALA’s Institutional Repository

CALASYS_2018CALAannual.pdf
The Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA)’s Academic Resources & Repository System (CALASYS) is an important initiative to curate its members’ research works, the organizational archival materials, and other cultural resources. CALASYS uses…

Building a Tag Library for the CALA’s Social Media Channels

CALASocialMediaPoster_2018CALAannual.pdf
The Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) has created several social media channels since 2012 with CALA members and friends participating from around the world, including the CALA's Facebook public page, WeChat space, YouTube Channel,…

Guidelines for CALA's Social Media

Guidelines for CALA Social Media.pdf
CALA currently has its own public Facebook page, "CALA Members and Friends" Facebook Private Group, WeChat, LinkedIn and YouTube Channel. The purpose of maintaining various channels is to meet our diverse members' needs and offer up-to-date platforms…