The Japan Library Association

Taro Miura

Abstract


The Japan Library Association (JLA) was established in 1892 following the establishment of American Library Association (ALA) in 1876, and Library Association (LA, now CILIP) in 1877 in the United Kingdom. JLA has been a leader in forming Japanese librarianship by organizing professional activities such as national conferences, local seminars, and publishing journals and books. This article describes the history and organization of JLA, and how JLA encourages Japanese librarians to develop professional skills.


Keywords


Library Association, Global Library Cooperation

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Takayama, M., et al. (2017). Japan: Libraries, archives and museums. Encyclopedia in Library and Information Science, 4th ed., CRC Press, 2560–2577.

The Japan Library Association. The Japan Library Association.’ https://www.jla.or.jp/portals/0/html/jla-e.html#jla

The Japan Library Association. Brief information on libraries in Japan. https://www.jla.or.jp/portals/0/html/libraries-e.html#general




DOI: https://doi.org/10.23974/ijol.2019.vol4.2.151

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