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2004, Vol.38, No.3

  • 1.

    Study on the FRBR Algorithm and Application of KORMARC Database

    CHO JANE | 2004, 38(3) | pp.5~21 | number of Cited : 5
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    FRBR, as is new conceptual model of bibliography based on entit y-relation model, direct to revisionthat cluster relative bibliographic recordsautomatically, which were derived from one original work, and w eb-based prototype for FRBR browsing.onsideration of FRBR model. This studyfocused on analyzing FRBR algorithm and application of KORMARC database.
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    Strategies for Improving Cultural Services of Public Libraries

    So-Yeon Lee | 2004, 38(3) | pp.23~43 | number of Cited : 26
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    The purpose of the present study is to suggest strategies for i mproving cultural services provided by publics as well as meanings of these services for both thelibraries and the communities they serve. It also reviews the c urrent status of cultural services with the exampleof Kyonggi-Do. Finally, five strategies for improving cultural services are presented: differentiatinginstitutions such as museums andperforming centers, as well as specifying the services in respo nse to characteristics of the community theybelong; utilizing community analysis and National Cultural Enjo yment Survey data; establishing national andf development programs in regards of culturalservices; and finally, adopting marketing techniques in designi ng library cultural services.
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    Trend and Significance of 'One Book, One City' Reading Campaign : With a Focus on Cases of Other Countries

    Yoon, Cheong Ok | 2004, 38(3) | pp.45~66 | number of Cited : 12
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    The purpose of this study is to examine the trend and character istics of ‘by studying cases of four communities: ‘If All of Seattle Read the Same Book’ (Seattle), ‘One Book One Chicago’(Chicago), ‘Reading’‘The Grapes of Wrath ’(California) and ‘Canada Reads’books, discussion guides, and programs of 239 ‘One Book’campaigns. ‘One Book’reading campaign can be characterizedto be successful for combining various media and events with re ading and discussion of written text, and largely dependentheir diversity in selecting books and conducting programs.
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    A Study on Information Literacy Curriculum for the Lower Grades of Elementary School

    Kim Ji Hun | 최현경 | 2004, 38(3) | pp.67~84 | number of Cited : 1
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    Information literacy is usually described as the ability to locate, manage and use information effectively for a range of purposes. It is acknowledged the most people are likely to change careers throughout their lives. Therefore, people must learn information literacy. Those who are information literate must be able to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, use effectively the needed information, ultimately have how to learn. Since a basic objective of education is for student to learn how to learn, information literacy become increasingly more important for all students. This paper presents an overview of definitions, standards and models of information literacy and information literate. Based on these, we suggested learning method and curriculum of information literacy for the lower grades of elementary school.
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    A Study on ISO 9001 : 2000 for Scientific and Technological Information Service

    김상국 | Lee Jae Kwang | Tae-Sul Seo | 2004, 38(3) | pp.85~101 | number of Cited : 1
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    a lot of business processes, and the renewed processescontribute new paradigms of the 21th century. As one of the rev olutions, ISO 9000 becomes a standard for developingefficient quality management systems which provide any-time and Thus, it becomes important to research on quality management sy stems for improving quality in information flowingand service domain. In this paper, we describe the applicable d irection and the case study of ISO 9001:2000 whicho help for the quality enhancement.
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    A Study on a Model Development of Web Site Evaluation in Digital Library Using AHP Technique

    채균식 | Eung-Bong Lee | 2004, 38(3) | pp.103~118 | number of Cited : 11
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    Much investment has been to improve quality of web service as i Web site of electronic library which offers various information has to be set a new standard for improvingusers’service satisfaction by developing objective evaluation s ystem. In this research we acquired standardeedback, reference, privacy byanalyzing domestic web site of electronic library. We evaluated constructed model of usabilityevaluation using AHP(Analytic Hierarchy Process). We develop “digital library web site evaluation model”evaluation guide.
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    Evaluation and Quality Control of Data in the Digital Library System

    최인숙 | 2004, 38(3) | pp.119~139 | number of Cited : 10
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    This study intends to evaluate the quality of the Digital Libra for its quality control. The evaluation criteria are hit rates, redundancy, completeness and accuracy. Inspite of high hit rates excessive records representing one work completeness rate of records was 48.12% due to low level of des cription. The Analysis of accuracy showedvarious errors in most of records corresponding to 92%. Emphasi the causing factors and suggested practical guidelines for scho ol libraries’catalogers.
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    Comparative Analysis on the Cataloging Rules of the Monographic Publications in KCR4 & KCR3.1

    Kang, Mia-Hye | 2004, 38(3) | pp.141~157 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study campares and analyzes the cataloging rules of the mo nographic publications included inthe 4th edition of the Korean Cataloging Rules(KCR) & the lst r evision of the 3rd edition of the KCR.Especially it focuses on the different rules applied for the sa me specified areas, such as Title & Statementof Responsibility Area, Edition Area, Material Specific Details Area, Publication, Distribution, Etc., Area,etc. As a result, this analysis can be useful for cataloging mo nographic publications and so that the KCR4will remain a viable standard for bibliographic description and ac ess into the future.
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    A Study on the Librarians' Professional Criteria and Works

    Um,Young-Ae | 2004, 38(3) | pp.159~175 | number of Cited : 12
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    The purposes of this research are to find out why the Korean librarianship has not been fully recognized as a profession and how its recognition can be improved. This research also tries to investigate what the librarians are actually doing at libraries and if their works reflect the criteria of professional works. The research was done through the questionnaires sent to the graduates of the Department of Library Science, Daegu Catholic University working at various types of libraries. Based on the results of the survey, some efforts to improve the professionalism of librarianship are suggested.
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    Investigation on Library Services for Visually Imparied at Public Libraries

    Kim,Young-Shin | 2004, 38(3) | pp.177~199 | number of Cited : 9
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    Information technology and internet became necessities of life facillitating communication and information access. Physicallyhandicapped people, who cannot access to new information easily due to economic, technical and physical handicaps, arelikely to live with severe disadvantage in the high-speed infor mation society in which information access right is consideredas one of the basic human rights. Therefore, it is highly desir able to develop and improve library service programs for visual lyrvice activities for the visually impaired at Hanbat Public Lib raryand the investigation of user’s needs and provider’s points of view of staff members through individual interviews werefollowed by the propositions for the improvement of services at cooperative networks with proper role-shares among service room s for visually imparired in public libraries, special libraries ,social welfare organigations and government offices was confrim ed to be the most urgent task.
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    A Study on Metadata Formats for Integration of Cultural Contents : Focus on case to Library, Museum and Art Museum

    Yoonhee Cho | 2004, 38(3) | pp.201~219 | number of Cited : 9
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    The Library, Museum and Art Museum are gradually expanding acce ss to cultural contents for general public throughltural contents characteristics most the objects of culturalcontents seldom contain the words used for organization and sea rch for information. In addition, it’s hard to share or interconnectinformation between different systems because the names, expres sions and meanings are different between metadata elementsroper organization and management of metadata is vital. Inthis study, the researcher have comparatively analyzed the data elements of each format based on National Library ofKorea, National Museum of Korea, National Museum of Contemporar y Art , the metadata formats approached from variousprovide the basic materials for integration of cultural content sby securing interoperability of different metadata formats.
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    Everyday Information Need and Seeking of Korean Residents in Japan

    LEE,JAE WHOAN | CHANG, DURK HYUN | YeonOk Lee | 2004, 38(3) | pp.221~248 | number of Cited : 6
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    This study intends to shed light on the everyday lives of Korean-residents in Japan, especially in terms of their information behavior. Employing survey method and in-depth interviews interchangeably, it attempts to illustrate some features in their information need and seeking pattern, and to scrutinize major reasons of their passive behavior in information seeking. Specifically discussed are (1) their types of everyday concerns and ways to deal with such concerns; (2) types and characteristics of the problems-solving behavior; (1) types and characteristics of the preferred information sources; and, barriers to and limitation of their everyday information seeking and information use.
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    A Study on the Basic Factors of Bibliographic Tool for Bibliotherapy Practies II

    Yoonok Han | 2004, 38(3) | pp.249~275 | number of Cited : 11
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    The purpose of this study is to assist librarians in developing a bibliographic tool for bibliotherapy practices. Bibliotherapyis a form of psychotherapy in which carefully selected reading materials are used to assist a subject in solving personalapy has rarely been either studied or practiced in Korea.For a bibliographic tool which is called ‘situational reading list’, a client situation has to be classified by the factors ofbiological, place and personal relations, type of stress or sym researches in the field of psychology or psychoanalysis. Main c onclusions made in this study are summarized as follows: The most important factors to classify a client situation in a bibliographic tool are age, sometimes sex, home background,ggest the scheme of situation classification according tothe decimal classification system. There are the general class, child class, teenager class, adult class and senior class inthe classification system.
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    A Study on the Impact of Changes in University Library Management Environment on Information Services

    Kawk,Byeong-Heui | 2004, 38(3) | pp.277~296 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper is to analyze the impact of changes in academic libr services. For this purpose, based on literature reviews, various factors affecting information services due tochanges in management environment such as human resources, info rmation resources, facilities, budget andbstantiate this work, librarians in diverse universitylibraries were surveyed. According to our survey results, The c onclusion is as follows. That is, the most toleast affecting factors on information services in university l and facilities, respectively.