Digital Library Cooperation
Agreement on Mutual Cooperation
- The Library promotes the sharing of knowledge and the
narrowing of the digital divide under the Agreement on Mutual
Cooperation, which it has signed with 3,203 organizations
including colleges, public agencies, institutes and local
parliaments (as of February 2020).
- The organizations that are party to the agreement can
access the National Assembly Digital Library’s fulltext database
including around 270 million pages of information on
agreement-signing agencies and linked information about expert
- The Library has obtained permission to digitize, manage,
and share the valuable works of individuals and organizations
nationwide and make them available to the public to enhance the
value of knowledge for both copyright holders and users.
- The Library promotes the knowledge-sharing campaign by
concluding an agreement with agencies and establishing a
cooperative and joint utilization system for sharing knowledge and
information resources by archiving the produced materials.