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2004, Vol.38, No.1

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    Conceptual Model for Developing Persistent Digital Archives

    Seo, Eun-Gyoung | 2004, 38(1) | pp.13~34 | number of Cited : 20
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    The Reference Model for an Open Archival Information system(OAI S) was recommended for developing digitalarchives effectively and for implementing interoperability and Reference Model is high-level recommendation, it does not speci fy a design and an implementation. Therefore, thisstudy investigates the architecture of several digital archives , suggestes three strategies for persistent archive, andt, and secure digital archive.
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    The Effectiveness of Hierarchic Clustering on Query Results in OPAC

    Jung Soon Ro | 2004, 38(1) | pp.35~50 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study evaluated the applicability of the static hierarchic clustering model to clustering query results in OPAC. Two clustering methods(Between Average Linkage(BAL) and Complete Linkage(CL)) and two similarity coefficients(Dice and Jaccard) were tested on the query results retrieved from 16 title-based keyword searchings. The precision of optimal clusters was improved more than 100% compared with title-word searching. There was no difference between similarity coefficients but clustering methods in optimal cluster effectiveness. CL method is better in precision ratio but BAL is better in recall ratio at the optimal top-level and bottom-level clusters. However the differences are not significant except higher recall ratio of BAL at the top-level cluster. Small number of clusters and long chain of hierarchy for optimal cluster resulted from BAL could not be desirable and efficient.
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    A Study on the Analysis of Results on‘ Contracting Out’ of Public Library Services in Korea

    Kwack, Dong Chul | 2004, 38(1) | pp.51~75 | number of Cited : 15
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    The purpose of this study is to analyze the performance of contracting out public libraries, in order to contribute to the promotion of their effective operation in Korea. Three public libraries which are currently operated by ‘contracting out’are selected to be reviewed for this study. Their performance are analyzed by means of literature search, questionnaires, and on-the-spot-survey. Investigated in detail are the following issues: First, the need for and background of‘ contracting out’public library services, and their present state in Korea; Second, the pros and cons of‘ contracting out’ public library services; Third, the outcomes of public library services which have been currently contracted out. Finally, based on the aforementioned findings, a future model of‘ contracting out’public library services is proposed. Also suggested are the strategies for furthering the effective management of public libraries.
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    Barriers to University Librarians' Research Utilization

    Eun-Chul Lee | 김갑선 | 2004, 38(1) | pp.77~91 | number of Cited : 4
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    The present study surveyed university librarians’perceptions of barriers to research utilization using the Barrier Scales. Theresults shows that in mean Barriers Scale scores, characteristics of the organization had the highest, and then followed by th ecommunication, the research and the librarian. The most importa oinsufficient time to implement new ideas, inadequate facilities , and lack of authority to make changes and in thecommunication relating to lack of clarity of research implicati ons for practice, lack to demonstrate research’s relevance to practice,and lack of readability of research. Also, incomprehensible Eng s majorbarriers. The comparison with those of nursing was discussed. I n order to settle the barriers identified, librarians should be educatedto have ‘research literacy’and organazational merit and reward systems were reinforced for research utilization. Also, it needsto explore librarians’specific experiences of barriers in utili oth theresult of the quantitative and qualitative research, it needs t o develop and to assess a standard measurement for librarians’b arriersof research utilization in national and international context.
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    A Study on Library Exemption for the Cooperative Utilization of Digital Information by Digital Republication and Transmission between Library and Library

    Jae-Hyun Hong | 2004, 38(1) | pp.93~119 | number of Cited : 4
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    To promote the production of information and knowledge in infor mation user and to raise national competitiveness indigital network environment, the cooperative utilization of dig ital information by digital republication and transmission betw eene utilization of digital information by digital republication a ndtransmission between library and library is influenced by the r egulation of library exemption in copyright law. First of all,this study analyzes limitations and exceptions of copyright in international norm(Berne Convention, Agreement on TRIPsDirective. And then this study analyzes and examinesthe regulation of library exemption in the revised Copyright Ac t of Korea in 2003, library remuneration system, technicalmeasures for protection of copyright, etc. Also this paper poin ts out related problems. As a results of the legal analysis,ans to the revised Copyright Act of Korea in 2003 to promotethe cooperative utilization of digital information by digital r epublication and transmission between library and library
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    A Case Study for Relevant Study and Lecture on‘ Bibliotherapy’in the Field of Information and Library Science

    SONG SUNG SUP | 2004, 38(1) | pp.121~141 | number of Cited : 4
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    This study is a case study with four classes of sophomore major ing in library & information sciencein S woman’s college, with a questionnaire, firstly to research the studen on bibliotherapy and the time, their preference of the material s’genre for the bibliotherapy,usefulness of the ‘bibliotherapy’subject, apply possibility into library work, an d the field of science thaton of development is presented analyzingresearched contents and lecture experiences, centering on the f actors that should be complemented ands a school subject in the field of library& information science hereafter.
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    A Study on Quality Evaluation of Digital Libraries

    LEE,JAE WHOAN | 2004, 38(1) | pp.143~172 | number of Cited : 12
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    The purpose of this article is to evaluate the quality of digital libraries which Korean society has built with. To the end, first discussed is the operational definition of digital library, which has a variety of meanings and definitions. For the quality evaluation, 10 criteria were developed on the basis of both literature review and user survey. Followed was a thorough investigation to identify the present status of digital library construction. Then, we selected the most representative digital libraries in Korea, and conducted the quality verification on the basis of previously developed 10 criteria. The conclusion includes both major causes of low quality and some strategies for improving the low quality of digital libraries at the national level.
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    A Study on the Subject Specialization System Model of University Libraries in the 21st Century

    Jaeyoung Chung | NamTaeWoo | 2004, 38(1) | pp.173~197 | number of Cited : 4
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    It is searched that 56 out of 185 university libraries(30.2%) h as adopted ‘subject specialization’organization. This ‘subject specialization’rs and services for them more than other factors in planning an dstructuring their organization. The number of university librar ies which try to adopt that organization has been continuously increasing.To settle ‘subject specialization’in the university libraries under Korea ’should consider one’s own conditions and step the reasonable procedure in adopting that system. Considering the similar conditionwhich the university libraries in Korea face such as shortage o f material support, “Mixed Model of subject specialization”is reasonable,anization is adopted and in Reference Service, subjectspecialization is adopted. However, the ideal and final destina tion of Korea’s university libraries is the adoption of “Full subjectspecialized model”; it can be reached when they are supported by sufficient human resources and good conditions.
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    A Study on the Model License for Electronic Journal

    Ok Gyung Hwang | 2004, 38(1) | pp.199~228 | number of Cited : 8
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    The purpose of the study is to develop a license model which co uld be used as guidelines during the process oflibraries. The study was done through the following4 steps. First, through the analysis of previous related literature, the study examined the licensing principles, thestructure of the license, the relationship between copyright an in the library. Secondly, through the analysis of the basic str ucture of 5 representative license models abroad and2 domestic licenses, the study established the basic structure of license model. Thirdly, a questionnaire was conductedt the present states and problems of library contractingand their opinion on the core clauses of the contract. Lastly, having based on the results of the investigations mentionedabove, the study finally developed the license model.
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    Service Patterns and Suggestions on Electronic Scholarly Journals at Academic Societies in Korea

    Jae-Hwang Choi | 2004, 38(1) | pp.229~245 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of this study is to investigate the current service pattern of electronic scholarly journals at homepages of Korean academic societies and to provide some suggestions for the better service of electronic scholarly journals. Data were collected from December 26, 2003 to January 6, 2004. The object of the examination was from the number of 257 academic societies which are publishing Registered Journals designated by Korea Research Foundation. Among the number of 257 academic societies, 116(45.1%) of them are providing electronic scholarly journals at their homepages, and among the number of 116 academic societies, 62(53.4%) of which are providing electronic scholarly journals with their own efforts without other organizations’help. The number of 257, 116, and 62 academic societies are compared with national information circulation institutions in terms of the service of electronic scholarly journals. Suggestions for the better service of electronic scholarly journals at academic societies in Korea are also provided.
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    Enhancement of Information Power and Remodeling of Classroom Teaching : for Use of Information Processing Model Focusing on Organization of Information

    Soyoung Yoo | 2004, 38(1) | pp.247~261 | number of Cited : 2
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    According to several researches and news reports on the lottery system for a school entrance, the private educationfee, lower quality of education and classroom crisis at our rea that those problems are not because of the lottery system for a school entrance itself, because of not changing thelecturing to all the students in a class into proper teaching a nd learning method for school condition regards to thelottery system changed 30 years ago. The lottery system makes t The author recommends changing the general lecturing into the t eaching and learning method by using the informationprocessing models which are made for individual study. She also interprets the synthesis level of a information processingel is most ambiguous process for students when theyorganize the information gathered into a report.
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    A Study on Developing Metadata Elements and Database of the Science Information for Youth

    곽승진 | 2004, 38(1) | pp.263~279 | number of Cited : 4
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    cience information for youth on the web basedon the efficiency of the metadata system. Metadata scheme of th e science information for youth on the web hasbeen developed and designed metadata collection on the basis of scheme of the science information for youth, which is consisted of six essential elements and four additional elements,has been brought out, compared to not only Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, but also the main studies relatedof it, metadata database of the science informationhas been designed and it is expected to be applicable to metada ta service system of the science information for youthon the web.
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    A Study on the Construction of the National R&D Knowledge Information - Mainly Focused on the Research Planning and Management -

    YOU, BEOMJONG | Ki-Seok Choi | 2004, 38(1) | pp.281~301 | number of Cited : 9
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    The national investment versus research result management ratio is very low as we compare to those of other advancedt is insufficient. It results inefficient R&Dinvestment when we drive national R&D programs. In this paper w e developed a generalized information systemfor efficient planning and management of national R&D programs. information support and a system of a smoothly circulating R&D information. Also we apply those systems to thedevelopment of the information system of Korea Research Council of Fundamental science and technology. This applicationof the national R&D programs.
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    Study of Contents Development of Information Literacy with Delphi Survey

    Hyunsil Lee | 2004, 38(1) | pp.303~322 | number of Cited : 23
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    In this study, I worked on necessary contents for Information L The survey resulted in 100 necessary contents in five categorie s and each category presents average points and ranksof importance. Contents of high rank in each category should be valued highly when educational programs are tostandards is that there are a lot of contents involvedwith basic understanding about Scientific Information System an d Information Technology and knowledge applicationin this study, and another is that there is a lack of contents significance of this study lies in presenting directions and di scussion points in designing of Information Literacy ofKorean universities.
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    A Study on the Standard of Copyright Compliance Policy for University Libraries

    유수현 | Han, Sang-Wan | 2004, 38(1) | pp.323~345 | number of Cited : 1
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    These days the number of copyright issues concerning libraries is increasing. The reason is a library is the place that collects and uses copyrighted materials. The copyright issues that libraries face will be more radical, because of the growing number of digital media especially appearance of a digital library. To make the current situation better, this study suggests the standard of copyright compliance policy for university libraries in order to serve within the range of copyright law. Copyright compliance policy is a reasonable guideline meeting user’s intellectual needs and protecting a copyright holder’s right.