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2020, Vol., No.66

  • 1.

    Selection Strategy for the File Format of Official Documents in a Cloud Environment

    YIM JIN HEE | 2020, (66) | pp.5~35 | number of Cited : 2
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    In the digital age, the most basic unit of records management is a document file. Depending on whether each document file is produced in an open standard format or an exclusive proprietary format, there is a cost difference in the process of use and long-term preservation. As government agencies moved to cloud-based business management systems, web-based document editing software was newly adopted. They had the opportunity to select a new file format for web-based document editing software. This paper deals with strategies to maximize the advantages of open standard formats while considering the legacy public document production practices. It introduces ISO/IEC 26300:2006 ODF, ISO/IEC 29500:2008 OOXML, KS X 6101 OWPML, etc. as open standard formats, and looks at considerations when choosing a format and web-based document editing software. In addition, it proposes a strategy to maintain the format of document files shared in cloud storage as an open standard format.
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    A Study on the Collection Based on Personal History for the Archiving of Industrial Heritage

    ryu hanjo | 2020, (66) | pp.37~67 | number of Cited : 3
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    Recently, industrial heritages have been transformed into cultural facilities in the wake of urban Regeneration. This focus is mainly on appearance, and the explanation is often abbreviated as a master narrative, and the placeness is not sufficiently inherited. The placeness of industrial heritage contains not only historical but also personal memories. Place memory must be collected and managed in order for the placeness that can be the source of identity to be preserved and utilized. To this end, this study suggested collecting place memories based on personal life histories. Using the case of collecting Andong Station and Cheongju Tobacco Factory, the life narrative was broken down into an event and the process of reinterpreting it as a place memory was proposed to implement archiving of industrial heritage sites. This methodology means that it can be supplemented rather than replaced.
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    A Case Study on the Transfer of Non-Digital Records : Focusing on the Hamyang Office of Education Records Center

    Park, Mi-ae | 2020, (66) | pp.69~104 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Records Centers’ key institution is that ensure the continuity of custodys until records produced by the Office are transferred to the Archives. The transfer of records is the main works that the records center carries out annually. The introduction of the business management system in 2008 established electronic prodcuction and management of records. And Non-digital records have been registered and managed electronicallly on the system. This study analyzed the transfer procedure of non‐digital records and the Transfer List between 2017 and 2019 by the Hamyang Office of Education Records Center. This study proposed improvement of transfer works by idnetifing and measuring the status of electronic management of non‐digital records.
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    A Study on the Improvement of Research Records Appraisal Practice of the Government-funded Research Institutions

    Ahn, Chaeyoung , Ji Hyun Kim | 2020, (66) | pp.105~155 | number of Cited : 2
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    Research records are a type of record with a range of controversies over the core elements of management, such as the definition and scope of research records, and who manages research records, despite the critical need for their management. Research records have been neglected in blind spots because it is difficult to manage them, but if well managed, they are evaluated as records with a highly potential value that can be used infinitely later. In particular, government-funded research institutes, as both research institutes and public institutions, take responsibility for systematic management of these research records. Therefore, as this study noted the necessity of research records appraisal for the systematic management of research records in government-funded research institutes, and conducted interviews with 11 records managers working at government-funded research institutes in Korea, the current status of research records management and appraisal of government-funded research institutes was identified. As a result, improvement measures for research records appraisal was suggested as follows. First of all, in the light of the current public records appraisal system, there is a problem of effectiveness in applying it to the research record appraisal system as it is. Therefore, this study suggested that an appraisal system appropriate for research records was needed, and proposed plans for improving the research records appraisal system in terms of purposes, authority, methods, time point, tools and criteria for appraisal.
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    Archival Platform for Everyone : Archival Design with Social Media Platform Based on User Experience Design

    Yang, In-ho | 2020, (66) | pp.157~201 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study started with the question "Shall we apply the existing record management method to our trivial daily records?" For the general public, we focus on media that thinks more about daily recordings and suggests a better method, suggesting a 'social platform' as a plan, and using the user's visual approach through UX design methodology. The social archive proposed in this study aims to be a 'square' where various people can gather and communicate and share. A space that can record daily life using 'record' as a basic body Purpose It aims to provide the basis for basic research in various fields, and aims to function as a space for communication of various research things such as researchers and researchers, researchers and producers. In order to maintain, focus on the prerequisites of the existing construction, the items to be researched when constructing the daily archive are 'creative methodology to change research items when building a paradigm', 'network with related organizations', 'service plans for persistence', and characteristics of social media. We discussed the possibility of social media as a social archive platform. Finally, while looking at the user experience design process, I designed some features of the social archive and suggested things to do in UX design.
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    King's Status Reflected in The Joseon Dynasty's Document transmission System

    LEE, Hyeongjung | 2020, (66) | pp.203~227 | number of Cited : 1
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    This article explores the influence of the king in the Joseon dynasty's document transmission system, focusing on some exceptional cases. According to the Joseon's law, the form of official documents depended on rank differences between receiver and sender. However, there were cases of not following the general principles such as Byungjo(兵曹), Seungjeongwon(承政院) and Kyujanggak(奎章 閣). Byungjo was a ministry in charge of military administration. Seungjeongwon was a royal secretary institution which assisted the king and delivered king's orders that existed from the early Joseon. Kyujanggak was a royal library and an assistant institution of the king that was established in the JeongJo(正祖) era. Byungjo was regarded as a relatively high-ranking institution when it sent and received military-related documents. Seungjeongwon and Kyujanggak could use Kwanmoon(關文) to upper rank institution. Kwanmoon was the document form used for institutions of the same or lower rank than itself. Conversely, higher rank institutions used Cheobjeong(牒呈) which was stipulated as a document form to using upper rank institution in law to send them. The reason that they could have privileges in transmission document system was that Joseon had an administrative system centered on the king. Byungjo was an institution entrusted with military power from King. Seungjeonwon and Kyujanggak took charge of the assistance and the delivery of King's order. so they could have a different system of receiving and sending document than the others. In conclusion, the Joseon Dynasty operated exceptions in document administration based on the existence of the king, it means Joseon's transmission document system was basically operated under the Confucian bureaucracy with the king as its peak.
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    Basic Analysis for Social Spreading of Family Archives

    Kim Myoung-hun | 2020, (66) | pp.229~265 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study examined the necessity of establishing a family archive as a means for the recovery of the family community and the direction for establishing the family archive as a social culture. With the lack of research on family archives worldwide, this study analyzed family archives focusing on three areas. The first is a review on the necessity of family archives. To this end first, studies in the fields of sociology and family studies were analyzed to understand the situation in which the crisis of the family community intensified in the recent social environment, and based on this analysis, the necessity of establishing a family archive using records in Korean society was suggested. The second is case studies of National Archives of advanced countries for social expansion of family archives. In the case of advanced countries in Western, family archives are closely related to family history or genealogy research, and more than half of visitors to archives are occupied by family history or genealogy researchers. This is because National Archives of Western countries provide a variety of services for building family archives. The third is an analysis of the meaning and characteristics of family archives. This is because in order for the family archive to become a pan-social recording culture, it is necessary to establish the values and roles of the family archive along with its own meaning and characteristics different from the existing public records. Accordingly, the aim was to establish the concept and goal of the family archive, and to explore the functions and values of the family archive in comparison with the existing theories of archives. As a result of the analysis focusing on these three areas, the family archive needs to focus on ‘culture’, not ‘institution’, and ‘utilization’ rather than ‘management’. Theories and methodologies of archival science have been developed with an emphasis on systematically managing and preserving a vast amount of records like public records, and based on highly specialized knowledge, records management has been established as an institution. However, in order to spread the family archive socially, it must be established as a culture or lifestyle that can be practiced by all ordinary citizens in the process of daily life. Prior to the management and preservation of professional records, all members of the family must understand the meaning contained in the records. It is necessary to prioritize use so that they can be shared.
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    A study of Archival Service Based on Social Relationship

    Min-Ji Jo , Lee, Eunhwa , Lee, Young Nam | 2020, (66) | pp.267~316 | number of Cited : 2
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    This treatise focuses on archival service based on social relationship. We hope to seek the possibilities of archival immediate service by this treatise. We cover the 'Youth Archivists Program' of '4.16 memory archives' at this time. This archives has a special meaning in Korea. 'Youth Archivists Program' is an program of archival service in this archives. We suggest archival service based on social relationship by this case study. We have verified that there are some archival services based on social relationship in Korea. We hope that archival service based on social relationship should be an serious issue in Archival community.
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    The Characteristics and Use of Moon Ik-Hwan's Prison Letters

    Oh, Myungjin | 2020, (66) | pp.317~355 | number of Cited : 2
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    Moon Ik-hwan's prison letters are valuable historical materials managed by the Moon Ik-hwan House of Unification, reflecting an aspect of modern and contemporary South Korea. He wrote these prison letters during a period of approximately 11 years and three months. Today about 800 of them remain and are in an urgent need for measures to ensure their long-term preservation and Use. This study set out to introduce their current state that had been made to the public only in fragments, analyze their characteristics as objects of records management, and propose directions and strategies to provide them as part of online service. For these purposes, the investigator analyzed Moon's personal life and life in prison as the backgrounds of their creation and examined their unique characteristics as prison letters according to the scope and size, recipients, reproduction and circulation process, and the medium of lettercards. Based on these efforts, the study shed new light on the significance of use in private archives and provided a case of online utilization tasks and strategies based on the characteristics of letters as one of the representative types of personal records.
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    In Search of KIM-KUN

    Lee, Jinryong | 2020, (66) | pp.357~360 | number of Cited : 0