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2008, Vol.42, No.4

  • 1.

    The Effect of High School Students' Life-competence Thanks to the Learning Attitudes on the School Library-Assisted Instruction

    Lee Seung-Gil | 2008, 42(4) | pp.5~31 | number of Cited : 11
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    In this study, after Library-Assisted Instruction is set out and executed, it is surveyed and verified the connection between Learning Attitude and Life competence. This study indicates that Learning Attitude and Life skills of Library-Assisted Instruction have close correlation and the extension of Life competence(Communication, Problem Solving, Self-Directed Learning) is under the influence of Learning Attitude. This study suggests that cooperative learning, Information Processing Model and constructivism learning theory have to be adopted as a means of increasing more educational effects and extensions of Library-Assisted Instruction.
  • 2.

    A Research on the Reading Behavior and Environment of the Teens in the U.S.A.

    Yoon, Cheong Ok | 2008, 42(4) | pp.33~54 | number of Cited : 5
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    The purpose of this research is to analyze and describe the characteristics of reading environment for the teens and their reading behavior in the U.S.A. Some researches and statistics on the reading behavior of young students in the U.S.A., the U.K. and Ireland were examined, and the reading environments for the teens in society and at schools and home were described. The development of school media centers since the 1950s and services for young adults in public libraries in the U.S.A. confirms that government, school, society and home should altogether cooperate in order to help students read more and build better reading environment for the teens.
  • 3.

    The Analyses of Relationships Between Curricula and Union Catalog of Digital Library System

    Gi ho Song | 2008, 42(4) | pp.55~72 | number of Cited : 3
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    This study intends to evaluate the relationships between DLS union catalog and curricula and to suggest methods for its quality control. Comprehensiveness, specificity, currentness, and location of copies were selected for evaluation criteria. And this criteria were practiced to evaluate the relationships its indicators and library-based learning topics of social subjects in Seoul DLS. The results of analyses the DLS union catalog serves users with book-based learning information and lacks specificity to evaluate quality of learning materials. Especially the DLS don't satisfy the learning community with on-line contents. Accordingly it is essential to appoint teacher librarians understanding curricula and instructional values of the catalog for its quality control.
  • 4.

    A Study on the Cooperative Library Service Network for the Disabled Persons in Korea

    Hee-Yoon Yoon | 2008, 42(4) | pp.73~94 | number of Cited : 8
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    There are more than 2 million blind and partially disabled people in Korea. They need access to books and information for all the same reasons as non-disabled persons: for lifelong learning, for social activity, for leisure, and to play a full part in society. In considering these realities, this paper has suggested the various strategies and plans to build and operate a cooperative library service network for the disabled persons. In addition, author commented on the subsequent actions for implementing the cooperative service model.
  • 5.

    An Analysis of the Foxonomy Constructed at Research Information Service and Future Perspectives

    CHO JANE | 2008, 42(4) | pp.95~112 | number of Cited : 11
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    In contrast to traditional taxonomy, folksonomy is generated not only by experts but also by creators and consumers of the content. Folksonomy is the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content. It is also known as collaborative tagging or social indexing. Folksonomy is also used to link to create social network that connect people to people who share same interest. Folksonomy users can generally discover the contents by which the tag sets of another user who tends to interpret contents in a way that makes sense to them. Firstly, this study consider the significance and some critical issues about folksonomy. Secondly, analyze special features of Korean academic site's folksonomy, which is managed by academic information site. Accordingly consider the directions of development about folksonomy system.
  • 6.

    A Study on Development of Performance Indicators for Korean Public Libraries

    Gyuhwan Kim | Nam Young Joon | 2008, 42(4) | pp.113~139 | number of Cited : 15
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    Under rapidly changing circumstances, public libraries are required to evaluate the performance with an integrated point of view to cope with a variety of changes. In other words, it is necessary to develop integrated library performance appraisal indicators which are both quantitative and qualitative. Recently, ISO and IFLA attempt to adopt an integrated performance evaluation system based on the Balanced Scorecard(BSC). Therefore, this study defines four aspects of the library appraisal including input, process, output and outcome, and suggests a new library appraisal system and indicators of each appraisal aspect. In the concrete, appraisal aspects were derived from ISO appraisal system, and an appraisal system and indicators were presented based on the comparison and analysis of the ones respectively used inside and outside of Korea. Finally, this study proposes the method of suitability evaluation of those performance indicators by librarians and professors in Korea.
  • 7.

    Suggestions for the Classes Language and Literature of the 4th Edition of Korean Decimal Classification

    Oh, Dong-Geun | 배영활 | Ji-suk Yeo | 2008, 42(4) | pp.141~157 | number of Cited : 2
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    This study suggests some ideas for the improvements of the classes of Language(700) and Literature(800) of the 4th Edition of Korean Decimal Classification(KDC). They includes some recommendations for the followings: introducing some new entries of the time table for the Korean Literature and English and American Literatures; relocating some entries for the improvements including language policy and administration; using new terminologies; adding new and revised notes for the appropriate entries; changing some specific classifying methods including the classification of bilingual dictionaries; introducing some options including those for the subdivisions of modern novels and those for American Literature; and discontinuing some entries not used, especially those in Other Languages.
  • 8.

    A Study of Combined Web Archiving Policy: BnF's Three Layers Web Archiving Strategy

    Kim Youseung | 2008, 42(4) | pp.159~179 | number of Cited : 13
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    This study aims at discussing development of web archiving policies in South Korea. The study is based on the understanding of that the institutional environment and efforts for keeping Web information resources are insufficient, compared to the value and importance of them. For the study, Web archiving practices are analyzed into three aspects; scope, method, and quality. Futhermore, they are graphically schematized as a comparative analysis model. Based on the model, the study classifies national Web archiving practices into seven unique types and diagnoses their cons and pros. In this context, a combined Web archiving policy is discussed as an optimal Web archiving approach. As a case study, the France National Library's Web archiving is discussed in depth and the Korean National Library's Web archiving project, OASIS, is critically analyzed. As a result, the study proposes two alternative plans for the development of Web archiving policy in South Korea.
  • 9.

    A Study on Collaboration in Classification System Development Practice

    Ok Nam Park | 2008, 42(4) | pp.181~199 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study presents an empirical study of classification system design focused upon an image design team within an organizational setting. It aims to understand collaboration during design practice. Data was collected through on-site interviews, observations, and document and email reviews. This study uses social process model as a conceptual framework. The study revealed type of collaboration, factors influencing collaboration, influences of collaboration on design practice.
  • 10.

    Trends in Integrated Electronic Resource Management in Academic Libraries

    CHANG, DURK HYUN | Won-Chan Choi | 2008, 42(4) | pp.201~221 | number of Cited : 2
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    The explosion in the number of electronic resources has necessitated that academic libraries rethink the way they manage the life cycle of their electronic resources within the structure and processes of their library. With this momentum, led by the Digital Library Federation's Electronic Resources Management Initiative, specifications and tools for electronic resources has been devised. This study surveys the terrain of electronic resource management as viewed through the current development of ERM Systems and their adaptations into major academic libraries in the United States. For this, we tried to report how such tools are implemented with various additional modules. The potential of the module to integrate the management of its electronic resources into the new process has been suggested, as well.
  • 11.

    The Discourse for Academic Generation of ‘School Library Education Science’

    Myung-Sik Hahm | 2008, 42(4) | pp.223~241 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study presents the discourse for academic generation of ‘School Library Education Science’ based on integrative research between library & information science and education science. The study discusses research fields and themes of ‘School Library Education Science’ as the base to define the roles of the school library and of teacher-librarians. It contributes to upgrading the research level of the school library. The research field in the school library analyzes and integrates both aspects of library & information science and of education science. The developed theories of ‘School Library Education Science’ present Library-Based Education and Library-Based Learning, Base Connectionism, Base Integrationism, Top456 Approach, Curriculum-Based Approach, Viewpoint Approach, and Education of Information and the Library as a Subject Matter. The trends in research of the school library analyze the thesis numbers of academic journals. The future research challenges of ‘School Library Education Science’ discuss the educational basics of the school library, operational management, electronic school libraries, and educational activities. Conclusively, this study analyzes the current situation of the school library & of teacher-librarians in Korea, and provides its solution by the aspects of ‘School Library Education Science’.
  • 12.

    Social Network and Social Services Accessibility of Migrant Workers

    Soosang Lee | Jang Im Sook | 2008, 42(4) | pp.243~268 | number of Cited : 20
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    This study considers the availability, accessibility, and efficacy of social services for migrant workers. First, it examines migrant workers needs and how they choose to fulfill these. Second, this study grasps about how they can connect the social services and what constructive peculiarities social networks they have by using SNA(Social Network Analysis) it is revealed that migrant workers rely more on informal support groups such as family, friends, co-workers, etc. rather than formal support networks, e.g. those provided by the state. This tendency is demonstrated especially, Libraries as formal supporting organization have no connection related with other organizations. It shows that they have role limited as a supporter of giving information and knowledge in a public.
  • 13.

    Research on School Library Support and Cooperation System Management

    Jeeyeon Lee | Ji-Yeon Min | 2008, 42(4) | pp.269~290 | number of Cited : 1
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    The aim of this research was to find ways to improve the overall school library management quality and also to help finding solutions to the school library related problems, which could have not been dealt by the individual schools. To achieve the research goal, we analyzed the domestic and foreign cases of the government led supports for the school libraries as well as collaborations between the school libraries and other organizations. We surveyed the principals about the school library operating policies, current status, and requirements as the principals have influence over how the school libraries are managed. One of the findings of the research was that the survey respondents devote their efforts in the collection development but they also required training of the school library staffs. In comparison to the metropolitan and rural areas, the school libraries in the middle to small cities experienced variety of problems in all aspects of their operations. In addition, the middle to small city school libraries had high expectation on the government supports.
  • 14.

    A Study of the Dokdo Notation Problem in Terms of Library Materials Organization

    NamTaeWoo | Mal-Suk Chun | Yon-Soon Chung and 1other persons | 2008, 42(4) | pp.291~310 | number of Cited : 12
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    The U.S. Library of Congress proposal to change the subject heading of Tok Island(in Korea called Dokdo) to Liancourt Rocks was controversial. Therefore the status of Dokdo, national notation(Dokdo or Tokdo), and international notation used to identify the island were examined. In this examination, Tok Island's classification in the Korea Decimal Classification(KDC), Library of Congress Classification(LCC), and Nippon Decimal Classification(NDC) were compared and analysed, and a proposal for the role of libraries in the future was given.
  • 15.

    A Study on the Space Design of Public Library Based on User Behavior

    Kim,Tae-Seung | Eun-Ja Kim | 2008, 42(4) | pp.311~328 | number of Cited : 14
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    New library building construction and the remodeling of old one is growing tendency is nation-wide recently. But there is no reflection of library user's view in the field of library construction. For the completion of the research the data was collected by bar-code scanner with user ID cards. Collected data was analysed by using crosstabulation and t-test. Around 2:00PM is peak time for library visit and the reading room for children is most frequent use space in library.
  • 16.

    A Study on the Development of Enjoyment Indicators of Public Libraries

    Mikyeong Cha | 표순희 | 2008, 42(4) | pp.329~354 | number of Cited : 13
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    The purpose of this study is to develop the indicators for measuring enjoyment of public libraries by the community. The term, enjoyment is defined as the community members' use and appreciation. Four types of enjoyment indicators are constructed through literature review: basic(environment), state(use), result(outcome), and essential(to enhance enjoyment). The prepared enjoyment indicators are evaluated and selected by focus groups interviews of professionals(researchers, librarians and policy makers). Those selected indicators are tested and revised through a internet survey of 508 Kyungi residents. Based on the analysis of the results this study suggests a total of 46 enjoyment indicators.
  • 17.

    An Application of the Derived Taxonomy of Service Value for University Libraries

    Wonsik Shim | 2008, 42(4) | pp.355~374 | number of Cited : 3
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    This paper reports a case study in which Saracevic and Kantor’s derived taxonomy of library services was applied to qualitative data gathered from sixteen university library users. Using face-to-face interview method, we collected user responses related to the reasons of using services, aspects of interaction, and results of using services. Specific codes from the taxonomy were applied to the verbal expressions. The results show that library services are being used for a variety of purposes and that this approach enables us to effectively capture and classify service value expressed in users’ own words. The taxonomy is evaluated to be quite comprehensive and scalable.
  • 18.

    An Economic Analysis of Foreign Scientific and Technical Journals using Cost Per Use Approach

    Youngmi Jung | Heesop Kim | 2008, 42(4) | pp.375~390 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this case study is to analyze the economics of journals of Science and Technology using the cost per use(CPU) approach. To achieve this purpose, we selected 1,745 foreign academic journals randomly among the holdings at K institute in Korea, and analyzed the relationships between the CPU and 5 factors of journal, i.e., Impact Factors(IF), Overlap numbers of holding with other institutes, Language, Cost, and Frequency of use. It is found that all factors, except IF, are significantly influence to the CPU of foreign journals, and further detailed analysis is provided in term of the group differences within each factors.
  • 19.

    A Bibliographic Study on the Gwa-ik Wonjong Gongsin-Nokgwon

    SongIlGie | Na-Young Jin | 2008, 42(4) | pp.391~415 | number of Cited : 7
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    Gwa-ik Wonjong Gongsin-Nokgwon(佐翼原從功臣錄券) is a book which recorded the titles of position and the names of retainers who made Se-jo into Chosun dynasty's king. This study aims to research into existing 4 books of Gwa-ik Wonjong Gongsin-Nokgwon, which were to analyze the reasons of grant, structure and forms, the characteristics of meritorious retainers' official positions and social status. As the result, Gwa-ik Wonjong Gongsin-Nokgwon is the metal typologic book which was made up Choju-Gapin(初鑄甲寅) letter type. The structure of the Gwa-ik Wonjong Gongsin-Nokgwon was composed of the beginning(卷首)·the body(本文)·the end(卷末). Gwa-ik Wonjong meritorious retainers formed the total of 2,356 persons(1st grade: 80 persons, 2nd grade: 846 persons, 3rd grade: 1,430 persons) with 295 official titles. Also an analysis of their social status confirmed that 2,265 persons were Yang-ban(兩班) which constituted the largest group, Jung-in(中人) were 71 persons, Chun-in(賤人) were 11 persons and Yang-in(良人) were 9 persons.
  • 20.

    A Qualitative Study of Film Creators' Information Behavior Model

    Jungyeoun Lee | 2008, 42(4) | pp.417~439 | number of Cited : 5
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    This study interpreted film-creators' information behavior by reconstructing information behavior in the process of film-planning using human information behavior. Film creators exchange, collect, and analyze information through channels in the information environment so called “the small world.” After these processes, they strategically express this information by creating a film. This study concludes that the purpose of film-creating activity and that of everyday life information seeking are intertwined and that co-communication is the most important information channel and information source.
  • 21.

    A Study on Development of Guidelines for Transferring Electronic Records

    Sam Gyun Oh | Heesop Kim | Sang-Hoon Oh and 2other persons | 2008, 42(4) | pp.441~461 | number of Cited : 9
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    The study aims at providing a practical, rather then conceptual, guideline for transferring electronic records for the purpose of applicable to the archives in Korea. To achieve this purpose the study analyzed ISO, AHDS, and CCSDS transfer guidelines, examined requirements for transferring records in one Korean government agency as a testbed, and finally developed a proposed guideline for e-records transfer that is suitable for Korea settings. The study is deemed significant in that the proposed guideline is derived from a case study and analysis of major transfer guidelines available.
  • 22.

    A Study on Form of Folksonomy Tags in University Libraries

    Lee Sung Sook | 2008, 42(4) | pp.463~480 | number of Cited : 15
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    This study was to review the possible characteristics and patterns that occur when comparing control language constructing guidelines, by analyzing the formal characteristics of folksonomy tags in university libraries. Based on subjected tags at university libraries for a period of 6 months the structure and form of folksonomy was examined. The object tags were analyzed based on the thesaurus development guidelines. The results for this research will provide baseline data for the use of folksonomy tag applications in digital libraries.
  • 23.

    A Study of the Effectiveness and Status of Continuing Education for Children's Librarians in Public Libraries

    Yunkeum Chang | Haengsoon Jeong | 2008, 42(4) | pp.481~501 | number of Cited : 12
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    This study aims at exploring the effectiveness of continuing education for enhancing professionalism of children's librarians and its problems in order to provide systematic and practical children's services in public libraries. To this end, we conducted a thorough review and analysis of relevant studies on children's services and children's librarian education in public libraries. Then, we carried out a survey for children's librarians in public libraries in 2007 and in-depth phone and email interviews of children's librarians who participated in a continuing education program at K library one year later. The study findings showed the need for children's librarians' continuing practical training for children's services instead of one-time training. Further, we found the lack of children's librarians' professionalism and staff members in providing effective library services for children in public libraries.
  • 24.

    The Study on Undergraduates' Information Literacy Scale Development

    Hey Young Rhee | NamTaeWoo | 2008, 42(4) | pp.503~532 | number of Cited : 11
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    This study is on information literacy standards and models analysis, which will be used as the source material to measure undergraduates' information literacy. After main areas and items that are analyzed with three standards and two models are proposed, finally item model(proposal) for scale development is proposed. It consists of six main areas and eighteen items. The scale development item model(proposal) proposed in this study will be used as the source material to measure undergraduates' information literacy that will be studied in future.
  • 25.

    A Study on the Job Analysis of the Subject Specialist Librarians in Korea

    Inja Ahn | Dong-Jo Noh | Younghee Noh and 1other persons | 2008, 42(4) | pp.533~549 | number of Cited : 14
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    A job analysis of subject specialist librarians is an important source providing information about definition of a job, development of a curriculum, administration of human resources, criteria of employee training, and deciding institutional and individual objectives. This study analyzes a job of subject specialist librarians in Korea, and divides their jobs into 7 duties and 58 tasks. the 7 duties are as follows; A.a development of subject information resources, B.a management of information resources classified by subjects, C.a research support service classified by subjects, D.Liasion activity of library users, E.an education of subject classification for library users, F.library management, G.personal development of classified subject areas.