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2007, Vol.41, No.1

  • 1.

    An Analysis of ‘One Book, One City’ Reading Campaign

    Yoon, Cheong Ok | 2007, 41(1) | pp.5~32 | number of Cited : 10
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    In this study, examined are the characteristics of ‘One Book, One City’ reading campaigns conducted in Seattle, Chicago, and ‘The Big Read’, a nationwide ‘One Book’ campaign, supported by the NEA, in the U.S.A. and Seoul and Cheongju in Korea. Some differences as well as similarities were found in the goal setting, selection of books, strategies for reading and discussion, and programs of these ‘One Book’ reading campaigns. While, as a mass reading event, ‘One Book’ reading campaigns in various communities share the goal of promoting literacy and communication through reading and discussion, each ‘One Book’ campaign seems to show uniqueness in the criteria of book selection, reading and discussion guides, and the activities and programs, which make up cultural contents.
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    A Comparative Study on the Effect of Reading Methods on the Tendency of Creative Ability and the Self-Directed Learning Ability of Children

    조 미 아 | 2007, 41(1) | pp.33~54 | number of Cited : 3
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    The purpose of this study is to investigate how the different types of reading method of contrary concept : between “oral reading” and “silent reading”, between “intensive reading” and “extensive reading”, between “thorough reading”, “selective reading”, influence on the tendency of the creative ability and the self-directed learning ability. This study was collected using 2 classes of 6th-grade 62 children of an elementary school. The influences according to reading methods on creative ability and the self-directed learning ability analysis were as follows : “Oral reading” more than “silent reading”, “intensive reading” more than “extensive reading” had a significant influence on the creative ability and the self-directed learning ability. Out of reading methods, “selective reading” and “thorough reading” had no significant influence, or had negative factors on the creative ability and the self-directed learning ability.
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    A Study on the Development and Application of Policy Evaluation Models for School Libraries

    이 재 원 | 2007, 41(1) | pp.55~84 | number of Cited : 2
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    This study is to develop school library policy model in accordance with guidelines suggested in policy science theories and to evaluate school library policy with application of “Activation Agenda for School Libraries”. The guidelines on the evaluation of school library policy were based on the models suggested in education policy and school library policy theories. Selected guidelines were examined through survey distributed to evaluators and telephone interviews. Although overall evaluation results on school library policy were positive, it is suggested that more efforts for policy improvement are needed.
  • 4.

    A Survey Research on Information Literacy Level in Korean University Students

    Soosang Lee | 2007, 41(1) | pp.85~103 | number of Cited : 23
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    Information literacy which is related various forms of literacy can be defined as a vital competency of individuals in digital based knowledge information society. This basic survey research is aimed to assess information literacy level of the undergraduate students. For this study, a proper model of information literacy is used which based 5 performance processes and 12 performance abilities. The result of this survey is as follows: 1) Among the 5 performance process elements, ‘result evaluation’ element showed high level competency than other elements. 2) There were high correlations within performance process elements and performance ability elements. 3) Those items such as academic grade, first experience of information retrieval, and experience of information literacy instruction affect the difference in the level of information literacy.
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    Correlation Analysis Between National Competitiveness and National Research Competitiveness in OECD Countries

    Hee-Yoon Yoon | 2007, 41(1) | pp.105~123 | number of Cited : 6
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    The aim of this paper is to analyse correlation between the national competitiveness and research competitiveness in OECD countries. As the result of correlation analysis, there are positive correlations among competitiveness indicators(GERD, SCI articles, average citation counts, JCR journal titles, patents). And SCI articles and peer-reviewed journals emanating from the developed countries of the OECD is essential to maintaining national and research competitiveness in Korea. This study also calls for further correlation analysis between research competitiveness and academic libraries.
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    A Study on the Effectiveness of Book Selection at the Academic Library

    Ok Gyung Hwang | 2007, 41(1) | pp.125~138 | number of Cited : 3
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    The purpose of the study was to research the effectiveness of book selection each by faculty, librarians and students. For this purpose, the study performed a case study on K Academic Library to compare the circulation rate of the books selected by each group. According to the book selection and circulation records of 7,717 titles(16,809 volumes) during the last 3 years, it was shown that about 76% of the books were selected by librarians. With regard to the rate of books with more than 1 time circulation record, books selected by librarians showed the highest with about 85%. With regard to the circulation rate of books with circulation record, books selected by students showed the highest.
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    The Effects of Developmental Bibliotherapy in School

    Kwon,Eun-Kyung | 2007, 41(1) | pp.139~164 | number of Cited : 4
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    This paper analyzed the effects of group bibliotherapy in junior high school assigned by Daegu Metropolitan Office of Education as a model school. Seventy seven students having problems were selected and divided into the two different programs which developed for internalizing problems and externalizing problems respectively. Each bibliotherapy program has been carried out 15 times. The effects of two programs were proved positive and statistically significant. The effect of each program were differ from the other, owing to the purpose and reading materials. The study showed bibliotherapy are more effective for students having internalizing problems and female students. Bibliotherapy also affected student's reading attitude. In order to reach self bibliotherapy, developmental bibliotherapy should be connected to the reading guidance.
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    An Analysis on Job Satisfaction & Disposition of Human Resources for Effective Administration in Korean School Libraries

    정종기 | 2007, 41(1) | pp.165~184 | number of Cited : 11
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    The purpose of this study is to compare the job satisfaction of school library employees with independent variables, and to discern the variables that cause the greatest impact on job satisfaction. The study's 254 questionaries were collected from December 1, 2006 to December 31, 2006 from 327 school library employees. In this study, it is proved that there are differences between the job satisfaction of school library employees and independent variables: gender, the level of school library, length of service, and employment style. Tips for the inherent roles of school library media center were provided based on inadequacies and other findings revealed through this study.
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    A Study on Modeling of Bibliographic Framework Based on FRBR for Television Program Materials

    Jingyu Jeong | 2007, 41(1) | pp.185~214 | number of Cited : 6
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    This study intends to design the bibliographic framework based on IFLA-FRBR model for television program materials and to evaluate this in terms of effectiveness of retrieval and usability of the system. The FRBR model supplies more suitable bibliographic framework of audio-visual material which has a sufficient hierarchical relations and relative bibliographical records. The followings are research methods designed by this study;(1) The experimental metadata system named it FbCS based on FRBR was developed by using the entity-related database and composed of multi-layed and hierarchy. FbCS is developed through benchmarking of a case study for iMMix model in Netherlands based on FRBR.(2) To evaluate effectiveness of retrieval and usability of FbCS, this study made a experiment and survey by user groups of professionals.
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    A Study of the Precedent Information Search Patterns of On-line Database Users Compared to Non-users have an Effect on User Satisfaction

    구 연 배 | 2007, 41(1) | pp.215~230 | number of Cited : 1
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    The study aims at understanding that the precedent information search patterns of on-line database users compared to non-users have an effect on user satisfaction. The research team analyzed S college students' library system use patterns to evaluate the efficiency of library information services and systems and therefore to diverse factors to improve user satisfaction. The research showed higher satisfaction from on-line system users than non-users. To satisfy user needs the research recommends more devices access methods to information.
  • 11.

    Applications of Transaction Log Analysis for the Web Searching Field

    Soyeon Park | LEE JOON HO | 2007, 41(1) | pp.231~242 | number of Cited : 8
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    Transaction logs capture the interactions between online information retrieval systems and the users. Given the nature of the Web and Web users, transaction logs appear to be a reasonable and relevant method to collect and investigate information searching behaviors from a large number of Web users. Based on a series of research studies that analyzed Naver transaction logs, this study examines how transaction log analysis can be applied and contributed to the field of web searching and suggests future implications for the web searching field. It is expected that this study could contribute to the development and implementation of more effective Web search systems and services.
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    An Evaluation Study on the School Library Revitalization Project

    Younghee Noh | 홍 강 표 | 2007, 41(1) | pp.243~271 | number of Cited : 7
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    This study aims to identify challenges faced by the schools participating in the 2006 School Library Revitalization Project so as to incorporate them in the next year's plan, which is the last year of the phase one of the project, as well as in designing the phase two. By doing so, it seeks to contribute to enhancing effectiveness of the School Library Revitalization Project conducted by the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development(MOEHRD), the Republic of Korea.
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    A Study on the Effect of Storytelling for the Visually Impaired Children

    육 근 해 | 2007, 41(1) | pp.273~287 | number of Cited : 3
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    The purpose of this paper is that which behavior is affected by the storytelling for the visually impaired children. I had a depth interview with the children and their parents who were participated in the storytelling class, the storytelling teacher and the librarian. And then the material was analysed by the grounded theory. As a result of this research, storytelling is very helpful for the visually impaired children to improve their interest in reading, learning ability and their sociality.
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    A Study on Social Responsibility in Academic Libraries

    조 윤 희 | 2007, 41(1) | pp.289~305 | number of Cited : 5
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    Library laws and code of ethics for librarians declared social responsibility ensuring equal access and available support of information resources through open services all being no discrimination due to race, creed, gender, age or for any other reason. University libraries should accomplish the social responsibility ensuring equality of information access and intellectual freedom for all users that the cultural development of organization, community, and Nation are contributed. This study reviewed the criteria for social responsibility making such as legal, stakeholder, and information demanded approach based on Library laws, ISO 26000, and Access to Libraries for Persons with Disabilities: Checklist. This research established the basic concept for social responsibility and tried to provide the basic materials for the starting of social responsibility activities through providing of activity programs in social responsibility.
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    A Study on Facilitating Reading Education through Digital Storytelling

    Sook-Hi Kang | 2007, 41(1) | pp.307~321 | number of Cited : 18
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    This study is conducted in order to find out 1) if a digital storytelling activity can enhance children's attitudes on reading and writing, and 2) if there is any difference between cooperative and individual digital storytelling groups in their attitudes. For this purpose, 29 4th graders in an elementary school in Seoul participated as subjects. The findings of this study showed that digital storytelling improved their reading and writing attitudes. However, there was no significant difference in attitudes between the cooperative and individual digital storytelling groups. This study has demonstrated that digital storytelling is a good way of enhancing children‘s reading and writing attitudes. This study represents a preliminary effort to empirically examine the effectiveness of digital storytelling on reading education.
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    A Study of an Extension of Metadata for Institutional Repository

    Yeon Kyoung Chung | Lee, Mihwa | 이 나 니 | 2007, 41(1) | pp.323~344 | number of Cited : 4
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    This study was carried out for extension of SOMS as metadata of KERIS dCollection to activate IR(institutional repository), which was a new media for academic communication. For this study, current trends of foreign IR were surveyed, and MIT DSpace metadata and Bruxel DISpace metadata were analyzed to apply to SOMS. New SOMS suggested in this study will be more flexible to describe various materials, and to import and/or export academic research performance metadata.
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    Examining the Intellectual Structure of Records Management & Archival Science in Korea with Text Mining

    Lee, Jae Yun | Heejung Kim | 문 주 영 | 2007, 41(1) | pp.345~372 | number of Cited : 56
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    In this study, the intellectual structure of Records Management & Archival Science in Korea was analyzed using document clustering, a widely used method of text mining, and document similarity network analysis. The data used in this study were 145 articles written on the subject of Records Management & Archival Science selected from five major representative journals in the field of Library & Information Science in Korea, published from 2001 to 2006. The results of cluster analysis show that the core subject areas are “electronic records management and digital preservation,” “records management policy and institution,” “records description and catalogues,” and “records management domain and education.” The results of document analysis, which is more detailed than cluster analysis, show that “digital archiving,” a specialized subject in digital preservation, plays a central role. The results of serial analysis, which proceeds according to a timeline, show the emergence of “archival services” as a new subject area.
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    Analysis and Proposals Concerning Big Deals of Scholarly Journals

    Shin, Eun Ja | 2007, 41(1) | pp.373~389 | number of Cited : 12
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    The most remarkable business model to have merged in electronic publishing is the so-called ‘Big Deal’. Major publishers have begun offering libraries bundled packages that are across journals and across print and electronic versions. This paper examined consortium conditions of scholarly journals in the light of big deal. The result showed that various pricing models have been appeared and freedoms to choose collections have been on the increase in comparison with the past. But many major publishers have adopted a typical big deal contract condition that a library enters into a long-term arrangement to get access to large electronic journal collections at a dramatic discount interchange of a promise not to cut print subscriptions. The publishing and library communities need to find alternative pricing models that provide better deals for those disadvantaged by the prevalence of the big deal. Much in the world of scholarly publication is changing, combination of traditional publishing and open access publishing may well be gained public favor in the future.
  • 19.

    A Study on the Cooperation Model of Subject Specialist Upbringing Plan

    Jaeyoung Chung | 2007, 41(1) | pp.391~409 | number of Cited : 17
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    This study aims to suggest the scheme of upbringing Subject Specialists based on the cooperative effort of the main bodies related to Libraries for bringing up and revitalizing plans. Only when all subjects in every sector cooperate hard, upbringing Subject Specialists can come true. To raise subject librarians, First, library-related organizations, groups, and associations have to play an important role in policies and financial support about Subject Specialists. Second, The academic world needs to plan and operate the various education programs for Subject Specialists. Finally, the libraries on the field have to provide their members with motivation for being Subject Specialists, opportunities for education, and prepare the personage system including employment and compensation for Subject Specialists.
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    A Study on Easing Library Anxiety of University Students

    Park, Hyun-Young | NamTaeWoo | 2007, 41(1) | pp.411~429 | number of Cited : 5
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    This study performed five weeks' education on library use as a regular cultural subject at the target on university students and analyzed the difference in their library anxiety between pre-education and post-education as well as the difference in educational effectiveness based on the frequency of library use. The result intends to present the result for basic materials which are necessary for promoting the education on library use. The object of study selected the university freshmen, located in Gyeonggi-do, taking a lessen of cultural essential subjects. The education contents on library use were the understanding of library organization and function, the structure of library materials, the kind and use of academic information, the citation of materials, the description of bibliography, and the copyright in a library. The study methods applied in the study, were literature researches and two-times' questionnaire surveys in the first week of the education and the last week of that. Total 92 materials were applied for this study. This study performed paired t-test and independent t-test. As a result, four factors of six ones on library anxiety were selected in the verification of hypotheses after performing an education on university students' library use. In addition, the difference in education effectiveness based on university students' library use frequency was excluded in the course of hypothesis verification on six factors of library anxiety.
  • 21.

    An Outstanding Issues for a New Practical Model of Korean Library Statistics

    Inja Ahn | Gum-Sook Hoang | Se-Hoon Oh and 1other persons | 2007, 41(1) | pp.431~451 | number of Cited : 3
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    As a new practical model of Korean Library statistics, It suggests 6 parts, fifty-four items for 4 types of libraries. In comparison with last version, ‘library use and users’, ‘electronic services’ parts are increased which are occupied as more than half of the whole statistical items. Budget parts are increased also. The new model which is developed based on the international standards like ISO2789 and NISO/ANSI Z39.7 is advised by professionals in the fields.