13th Sep 2010
We are delighted to announce the availability for the first time of the DRAMBORA methodology in the Japanese language. The long-anticipated outcome is a result of collaboration between Perla Innocenti of HATII at the University of Glasgow and the Japanese National Diet Library, which followed from a Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation grant obtained by Ms Innocenti.
Speaking of the collaboration, and the Japanese edition of the DRAMBORA text, Ms Innocenti said "this is fantastic news and we are delighted by a Japanese version of DRAMBORA and extremely grateful for the endeavours of the National Diet Library!". DRAMBORA's methodology is universally useful, and its applicability not limited by national boundaries. Overcoming language-related accessibility barriers remains necessary however, and to have a version available for consumption by Japanese speaking risk managers is a wonderful coup.
The Japanese version of the text is available from the DRAMBORA download page.
Added by Andrew McHugh
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