Columbia University Law Library has implemented CJK (Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) display on its INNOPAC patron access catalog. The CJK characters are displayed on specially-equipped PCs operating as system terminals. Innovative Interfaces' INNOPAC System is one of several local library systems which store CJK records, but appears to be the only one to support their display. The implementation comes at the same time as a $1.5 million donation from Toshiba Corporation to establish the Toshiba Library for Japanese Legal Research in the Columbia Law School Library.
[Contact: James L. Hoover, Law School Library, Columbia University, 435 West 116th Street, New York, NY 10027-7297; or Innovative Interfaces, Inc., 2344 Sixth Street, Berkeley, CA 94710; (800) 444-2344 or (415) 644-3600; Fax (415) 644-3650.]