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Korean Collections Consortium of North America

Program Overview

The Korean Collections Consortium of North America (KCCNA) program is intended to support the efforts of member university libraries to develop and share the individual Korean Studies collections maintained within North America with domestic users.

Details of Support

The Korea Foundation offers 1:1 matching-funds support to consortium member universities so that each member library can continue to systematically build up its collection of research materials in the designated subject areas of the Korean Studies discipline. The Foundation also makes available financial support for the annual KCCNA gatherings that are convened to discuss management activities and the consortium’s future directions.

KCCNA Member Universities

Member University Libraries

Use of Resources

Research materials on Korean Studies that are acquired with the Foundation’s program support are entered into the catalogs of the OCLC (Online Computer Library Center), ILL (Inter Library Loan) and other regional library networks of North America. The materials can be accessed by Korean Studies scholars and students at any North American institution.