The mission of CKS is to act as an advocacy group for Korean Studies within the AAS, to represent the Korean Studies membership within the AAS Northeast Asia Council (NEAC), and to serve the communal needs of the expanding field of Korean studies through programming initiatives.
Using wiki platform to create and publish premodern content. See the English introduction by Elizabeth Lee at https://digitalorientalist.com/2021/01/19/dh-in-korea-the-digital-humanities-lab-at-the-academy-of-korean-studies/.
Contains rich digitized NLK materials of various types and formats, including maps, gazettes, music scores, government documents, manuscripts, classics, novels, scholarly monographs, textbooks, journals, newspapers, and dissertation.
The INKSLIB provides support to overseas Korean Studies librarians through offering various services on its website including ‘Reference Sources for Korean Studies’ and ‘Ask a Librarian for Librarians’. Furthermore, the INKSLIB publishes ‘INKSLIB Webzine’ biannually in June and December to understand the latest trend of overseas Korean Studies libraries and share information.
This website was established in December 2018 to enable overseas
publishers to search for and discover the finest Korean publications and is operated by the Publication Industry Promotion Agency of Korea.
The primary mission of the Korean Collection Consortium of North America is to support Korean Studies teaching and research programs in North America. Its members select, organize, and make available Korean Studies scholarly resources, and provide library services to optimize access and use of the Korean Studies collections developed through the Korean Collection Consortium of North America.
The Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies was established through the combination of the Kyujanggak Archives and the Institute of Korean Studies. Through the preservation, organization, and examination of the materials at the Kyujanggak, the institute focuses on the research of Korean history and culture. The main time period is from the end of the Joseon Dynasty to the beginning of modern times but they also work on expanding our scope of research from materials of the medieval times to post modern times.
K-Contents is derived from K-Culture and usually means web contents in Korea. Korea is the one of the countries with a very large and active web contents market. Especially now days culture is created and shared via online platform more and more bigger in Korea. The most representative example is webtoons. Not only webtoons, many contents such as novel, drama, entertainments are created at the online platforms as an original contents.