Student Debriefing Session for 2021 Chuo University and Hachioji City Library Joint Research
Based on a Comprehensive Collaborative Agreement signed by Chuo University and Hachioji City in April 2017, a research team (led by Professor Kenji Koyama) from the Department of Socio-Informatics, the Faculty of Letters, Chuo University, and the Hachioji City Library have been conducting joint research entitled "Research on Book Report and Library Usage Status," with the aim of improving library and library-related education in Hachioji City.
The research was temporarily suspended due to the spread of COVID-19 beginning in February 2020, but resumed in April 2021 under a partial revision to the "Collaborative Research Agreement." We are pleased that we were able to hold a student debriefing session for the fiscal year 2021 on January 25, 2022. At this session, Chuo University students reported the results of their research.
Chuo University and Hachioji City Library Joint Research Student Debriefing Session
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Tuesday, January 25th, 2022
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Hachioji Central Library, B1, Exhibition Room (336 Sennincho, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo
- Library Activities in the Post-COVID Era: Consideration of Infection Prevention Measures and Services
Speaker: Miyu Nakamura (4th year student, Department of Socio-Informatics, Faculty of Letters, Chuo University)
- Public Relations Activities for Public Library in the Digital Society
Speaker: Haruka Watanabe (4th year student, Department of Socio-Informatics, Faculty of Letters, Chuo University)
- Bookstart and Library Use: The Potential to Nurture Future Users
Speaker: Natsumi Niikawa (4th year student, Department of Socio-Informatics, Faculty of Letters, Chuo University)
Regarding the joint research "Research on Improvement of Libraries and Reading Environment in Hachioji City”
This joint research project is a collaboration between Hachioji City Library and Chuo University to improve the libraries and reading environment in Hachioji City. Various surveys, data analysis, and verification work are being conducted.
For the surveys, data analysis, and verification work, Hachioji City has provided non-personal data to Chuo University under appropriate information management in accordance with the Personal Information Protection Ordinance. Chuo University has conducted surveys and research, and reported the results of the analysis and proposals based on the analysis to Hachioji City, which will use these results to improve the libraries and the reading environment in Hachioji City.
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