著者
坂倉 裕治 SAKAKURA Yuji 隠岐 さや香 OKI Sayaka 松波 京子 MATSUNAMI Kyoko
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.15, pp.13-17, 2018-03-31

The original edition of Jean-Jacques Rousseau's Émile, published in duodecimo by Duchesne and preserved in the Nagoya University Library, does not contain leaf P, which should be placed at the end of the third volume, and leaf V, which should be placed at the end of the fourth volume. These sheets were inserted at the last moment of printing. It was the errata and the privillège. These sheets are missing in the copy annotated by Rousseau himself, now preserved in the Geneva Library. In addition, some manual inscriptions found in the copy held by Nagoya University suggest that this copy was offered to Alfred-Auguste Cuvillier- Fleury(1802-87) by Louis Bonaparte, Earl of Saint-Leu(1778-1846), father of Napoleon III, in 1820 in Florence, where Cuvillier-Fleury worked as a secretary for Earl of Saint-Leu.
著者
永田 治樹 NAGATA Haruki
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
no.7, pp.3-14, 2008

Information Commons or Learning Commons are now recognized as a newly developed service model in academic libraries. However, these are a 'formative concept' that is still evolving in practice at libraries. First, this paper describes the characteristics and levels of so-called commons concept, which are different from those of traditional services. Then, the conceptualization of the Information Commons / Learning Commons is discussed in terms of the library's strategic fit with the outside world. The changes in the development of learning theory and net generation traits, aspects of the outside world, are discussed. The author argues that the two Commons should have the important position of 'Ba' for nurturing knowledge and learning.
著者
種市 淳子 逸村 裕 TANEICHI Junko ITSUMURA Hiroshi
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.5, pp.57-68, 2007-03-31 (Released:2009-02-10)

Using an OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog) that provides search access points with a table of contents at a college library, we implemented analysis of OPAC access logs and a search experiment. We examined information seeking behaviors by taking advantage of OPAC. We conducted the analysis by paying particular attention to the effects on seeking behaviors of differences in experience in using search engines. As a result of our research, three things have become clear. 1) It is typical that the students combine one or two words to make a search term and they have a tendency to use free terms frequently. 2) In more than half of the search results, the search terms were found in the tables of contents. 3) Experiences of using search engines affected how to deal with the situation when a search receives no hits. The students are rarely conscious of the difference between searches by OPACs and search engines. These results indicate that a search system based on standard bibliographic information in traditional OPAC cannot respond to users’various information seeking behaviors.
著者
古賀 崇
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
no.9, pp.13-20, 2010

【訂正】注10)に"2011年2月末時点で、収録論文数は9万件を突破している。"とありますが、正しくは"2011年5月末時点"となります。訂正の上、お詫び申し上げます。京都大学附属図書館研究開発室は、館内の調査研究室(1985年4月設置)を 改組し、1996年4月に発足した。2009年1月からは初めての専任教員として筆者が 着任し、研究開発活動の一層の充実を図っている。2009年度は、当研究開発室は 活動領域として(1)機関リポジトリ、(2)情報リテラシー教育・講習、(3)資料保存、 (4)情報システム、の4つを掲げ研究開発活動に取り組んできた。本稿はこれらの 活動を紹介し、今後の課題にも触れる。The Kyoto University Library established its Research and Development Laboratory (R&D Lab) in April 1996 by reorganizing the Library's Research Room established in April 1985. In January 2009, Prof. Takashi Koga became the R&D Lab's first full-time member in order to further the Lab's activities. Items on the Lab's agenda for FY 2009 were: the University's institutional repository (KURENAI), information literacy education and instruction, preservation and conservation of the library's collections, and the library's information system. In this article, the R&D Lab's activities as well as its future challenges are explained.
著者
石川 寛 ISHIKAWA Hiroshi
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.17, pp.33-45, 2020-03-31

The Takagi Family Documents held at Nagoya University Library is a collection of old documents passed down through the Nishi-Takagi family, former retainers of the shogun. Currently, Nagoya University Library Research takes over the project of organizing the remaining materials. In parallel with this, we are also investigating related documents that exist outside the university. Therefore, this paper introduces documents that were newly confirmed after FY2014, again reports the current status of the three Takagi families document, and at the same time present digital library concept for the integration and sharing of the three Takagi families document.
著者
斎藤 夏来 SAITO Natsuki
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.17, pp.56-46, 2020-03-31

This paper discusses social ramifications of a cache of old documents dating to 1491 that was sent by a man named Saemon no Taifu that was recently discovered in a storehouse of Daisen-ji temple in the Chita district of Aichi Prefecture. The documents-including a kakocho death register and a genealogy for Saemon no Taifu-are currently housed with papers of the Noma Family and Physicians of the Owari Clan papers in the Nagoya University Manuscript Collection. Among other things, the records reveal (1) that the current Daisen-ji temple in Chita district was erected on the site of a smaller hermitage from the pre-Tokugawa era called Nyoian, (2) that Saemon no Taifu and his immediate successors were jizamurai-that is, part-time samurai warriors who also cultivated the land-thus exemplifying blurrier social distinctions before Toyotomi Hideyoshi implemented his heino bunri policy separating peasants from warriors, and (3) that succession to Saemon no Taifu's position as head priest of the Nyoi-an hermitage could be achieved in a variety of ways: blood-line inheritance, adoption of an adult male successor, or through a master-disciple relationship. Older pre-Tokugawa temples like Nyoi-an were pulled down and replaced by early-modern temples like Daisen-ji as the earlier era of ambiguous social distinctions gave way to Hideyoshi's social policies at the end of the 16th century creating strict separation between warriors and peasants (heino bunri) and between the clergy and laity (sozoku bunri).
著者
長屋 隆幸 NAGAYA Takayuki
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.17, pp.68-57, 2020-03-31

In the Edo period, there was a house in the Kaga clan, dating from Takagi Sadahide. Takagi Sadahide is brother of three takagi families’ first generation. Takagi Sadahide families’ historical book are currently kept in Archives of Modern History Records in Tamagawa Library. This paper introduces this historical books. In addition, the Nishi Takagi family has compiled a number of historical books. Therefore, In this article followed the transition of the description of Takagi Sadahide in the Nishi Takagi families’ historical book. Through this work, I clarified a part of the Nishi Takagi family's compilation of historical books.
著者
中塚 亮 NAKATSUKA Ryo
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
no.8, pp.51-66, 2009

This paper will report on a study of the 78rpm standard-play records housed in the Aoki collection of the Nagoya University Library. The collection in question is comprised of 5 traditional Japanese music records and 59 Chinese opera records purchased in the mid- 1920s by Masaru Aoki, a renowned scholar in the field of Chinese literature. In this paper, I will use information from the record labels, catalogs of records, and prior research to inventory basic information including the year of issue, genre, and record company . In addition, I will provide a commentary, and discuss the value of the collection of records as a material for the study of Chinese theater.
著者
松波 京子 MATSUNAMI Kyoko
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.16, pp.11-16, 2019-03-31

This report introduces the Nagoya University Digital Library of Western Books released on the Internet in July 2018. This digital library was funded by Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research with the aim of widening the reach of the rare Western books held by Nagoya University Library. The feature of this digital library is that detailed descriptive catalogues are attached to the Western classical accounts that are stored. Essentially, the works published before the nineteenth century are not necessarily of the same edition even if they are printed at the same time, because of the historical features of the binding process. By merely digitizing the entire content of the work and publishing it in the Digital Library, the user was perhaps not able to understand the characteristics of the work. This digital library was created in consideration of this aspect. However, because of budgetary constraints, only publications that are rare and highly suitable for publication globally are given preference for digitization, and the number of works currently being published is 132. In this report, we shall introduce the characteristics and usage of this digital library.
著者
坂倉 裕治 SAKAKURA Yuji 隠岐 さや香 OKI Sayaka 松波 京子 MATSUNAMI Kyoko
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.15, pp.13-17, 2018-03-31

The original edition of Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Émile, published in duodecimo by Duchesne and preserved in the Nagoya University Library, does not contain leaf P, which should be placed at the end of the third volume, and leaf V, which should be placed at the end of the fourth volume. These sheets were inserted at the last moment of printing. It was the errata and the privillège. These sheets are missing in the copy annotated by Rousseau himself, now preserved in the Geneva Library. In addition, some manual inscriptions found in the copy held by Nagoya University suggest that this copy was offered to Alfred-Auguste Cuvillier- Fleury(1802-87) by Louis Bonaparte, Earl of Saint-Leu(1778-1846), father of Napoleon III, in 1820 in Florence, where Cuvillier-Fleury worked as a secretary for Earl of Saint-Leu.
著者
坂倉 裕治 SAKAKURA Yuji
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.15, pp.1-11, 2018-03-31

Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Émile is preserved in three original editions of two affiliations: the Paris editions published in octavo and in duodecimo by Nicolas-Bonaventure Duchesne (1712-65)and the Amsterdam edition published in octavo by Jean Néaulme(1697-1780) in 1762. That same year, Duschesne published second and third editions in two formats. In addition, we have many pirate editions and we now distinguish in total 19 editions of 14 affiliations of Émile with publication date 1762. In this article in Japanese we will present precise points to distinguish the original editions from the others, according to the studies executed by the Western Rousseauists, published in French and in English. Although we do not present any new discoveries, this is a worthwhile pursuit given that Japanese Rousseauists have never discussed this subject so far.
著者
池内 敏 IKEUCHI Satoshi
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.15, pp.19-23, 2018-03-31

This paper discusses the results from a survey of the Highashi-Takagi family's historical documents, initially held by Taihoku Imperial University(TIU) and inherited by the National Taiwan University(NTU) Library. The survey was conducted on three occasions, during June, August, and December 2017. The Highashi-Takagi collection consists of materials purchased and registered for use in Japanese history(kokugakushi) lectures at the Taihoku Imperial University the Literature and Politics division. The collection includes 43 items spanning from the beginning to the middle of the 19th century. Each item concerns the duties borne by the Takagi family during the passage of Ryukyu envoys. A provisional organized catalog is included in the report.本稿は、科研費基盤研究(B)「旗本高木家文書を中心とした分散資料の統合と共有化に関する研究」(課題番号15H03237、研究代表者は石川寛)による研究成果の一部である。
著者
加藤 淳一 KATO Junichi
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.6, pp.81-84, 2008-03-31 (Released:2009-02-10)

This report concisely explains the history of information science in the United States. The purpose of this report is to reconfirm the field framework of information science. The framework of information science of Japan is different from the information science that Machlup and Mansfield define, because it is a framework similar to informatics for Japan.
著者
水田 洋 MIZUTA Hiroshi
出版者
名古屋大学附属図書館研究開発室
雑誌
名古屋大学附属図書館研究年報 (ISSN:1348687X)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.9, pp.45-59, 2011-03-31 (Released:2011-04-18)

I was born in 1919 and grown up in a middle class area of Tokyo. The city was temporarily rather prosperous as a byproduct of WWI (1914-1918). The Factory Law was promulgated in 1916 in spite of the obstinate opposition of business and industry interests. In 1925 the Universal Suffrage Act was enacted as a result of the nationwide movement. But it was immediately followed by the Maintenance of Public Order Act which menaced by death penalty all the attempt to change the imperial regime and private ownership. Needless to say this was a legal reflection of the ruling classes' scare caused by the Socialist revolution in Russia. Marxist thought penetrated among students so widely that it was said clever students would become Marxists. The government strengthened the control in education so as to make students' reading circles the target of police arrest. The present writer was among them, clever or not. Towards the end of December 1941, I was driven out from the final course of the university by the break out of the Pacific War. In December 1942 I was on board for the military occupied Jawa as a civilian research worker attached to the army. The three books I took with me were Leviathan of Thomas Hobbes in the Everyman's Library, Farewell to Arms of Ernest Hemingway in the Penguin Books, and a volume of Japanese poetry of Mokichi Saito. On my arrival at Singapore I was astonished to find nicely supplied bookshops on the very place where the battle was deadly fought less than a year ago. There I bought Studies in Medieval Thought of G. G. Coulton and an introduction to the Russian grammar in English. I had no mind of hoping Japan's victory. While I have been working in Jawa for nearly three years, I learned how books were collected and used in the West, even in a colonial island. In the library of the Higher Law School of Jawa I found Franz Borkenau's Von feudalen zum bürgerlichen Weltbild which I had been looking for. I was lucky enough to make a TS copy of it to bring with me home from POW camp. In December 1949 I was appointed an associate professor of Nagoya University in charge of the history of economic thought. Before I begun to give a first course of lectures I had to face with a fatal problem of the poverty of the library holdings. It was not simply a result of Japan's isolation during the war but also was resulted from the very character of the former Imperial University of Nagoya which totally lacks faculties of humanities and social sciences. Since then it has been my official duty and private interest to collect the books of certain importance published from the time of Gutenberg to the ends of the Pacific War.