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2015, Vol.49, No.1

  • 1.

    A Survey on Perception Gaps in Dyslexia: Focusing on Teachers and Parents Group

    Yoonok Han | 오덕성 | 이아영 and 1other persons | 2015, 49(1) | pp.17~43 | number of Cited : 5
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    Dyslexia is an obstacle for reading that should be found and treated in the early stage. Although dyslexia is not a common symptom appeared many people, they are alienated group which the government should pay attention and support. Yet the government of the Republic of Korea has low awareness and interests on dyslexia. This study aims to survey on measuring the awareness of parents, elementary school teachers, kindergarten teachers, and school librarians, who should sensitively distinguish dyslexia among children in its full-swing time, and to find their perception gaps. In order to gain result, this study conducted questionnaire survey targeting parents, elementary school teachers, kindergarten teachers, and school librarians resided in metropolis, small and medium sized cities, and farming and fishing village, with the total number of 623 people, and analyzed their answers using SPSS 20.0 program. The research shows that awareness on dyslexia depends on their jobs, residence, gender, knowledge on dyslexia, and experience in encountering a person in dyslexia.
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    A Study on the Optimization of Semantic Relation of Author Keywords in Humanities, Social Sciences, and Art and Sport of the Korea Citation Index (KCI)

    Young Man Ko | Minsun Song | 이승준 | 2015, 49(1) | pp.45~67 | number of Cited : 5
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    The purpose of this study is to analyse the semantic relations of terms in STNet, a structured terminology dictionary based on author keywords of humanities, social sciences, and art and sport in the Korea Citation Index (KCI) and to describe the procedure for optimizing the relation types and specifying the name of relationships. The results indicate that four logical criteria, such as creating new names for relationships or limitation of typing the relationship by the appearance frequency of same type, consideration of direction of relationship, reflection to accept the existing name of relationships, are required for the optimization of the typing and naming the relationships. We applied these criteria to the relationships in the class “real person” of STNet and the result shows that 1,135 out of 1,743 uncertain relationships such as RT, RT_X or RT_Y are specified and clarified. This rate of optimization with ca. 65% represents the usefulness of the criteria applicable to the cases of database construction and retrieval.
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    A Study on the Effects of Reading Guidance Using a Happy Point Books, Focused on Enneagram Personality Type 2

    Hyun Yang Cho | Yoonok Han | 백진환 | 2015, 49(1) | pp.69~88 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of this study is to see if reading guidances using the happy point books are effective. In this study, reading guidances were carried out to the 6th grade students of J Elementary School who have Enneagram Personality type 2. Books were selected as a source of reading guidance. These are self-growth theme books preferred by Enneagram Personality Type 4 students, a happy point of Enneagram Personality Type 2 students and books containing psychological functions of Enneagram Personality Type 4 students. A reading guidance was conducted in 14 sessions over a period of 5 weeks. Pre and post test using a measurement tool was implemented to measure the effectiveness of reading guidance in terms of emotional intelligence and self-esteem. And, written observation record cards and learning logs of the attendants were also made. As a result, the emotional intelligence and self-esteem of attendants appeared to be improved, and they are satisfied with reading guidance of applying to happy point books.
  • 4.

    A Comparative Analysis of Studies on the Service Quality Evaluation of Libraries in Korea

    Eung-Bong Lee | 2015, 49(1) | pp.89~111 | number of Cited : 4
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    The purpose of this study is to review recent academic studies on the service quality evaluation of libraries in Korea and to derive from research trends and several suggestions. This paper compared and analyzed service quality evaluation models in the field of library and information science and management science. This study also conducted comparative analysis of academic journal articles on ‘service quality evaluation models of digital libraries’(2002~2007) and ‘service quality evaluation of libraries’(2009~2014) in Korea.
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    Outcome Measurement and Degree of Economic Contribution for the National R&D Reports

    Kwak, Seung-Jin | Jae-Hwang Choi | Jeong-Taek Kim and 2other persons | 2015, 49(1) | pp.113~128 | number of Cited : 0
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    As the major developed countries of the world have realized the importance of common information and its utilization, they have begun to seek a plan that will facilitate manipulation of common information. Despite development of the National R&D activities and its quantitative increase in Korea, its practical use still remains at a lower level. Therefore, it is worthwhile to analyze practical use and economic contribution in order to achieve higher profits. There are two purposes of this study. The first purpose is to draw a conclusion by analyzing the practical uses of the National R&D Reports, and the second purpose is to evaluate economic contributions by the National R&D Reports. In order to achieve the objectives of this study, literature review, survey, focus group interview, and experts’ consultation were conducted as a way to deepen research, simultaneously comprising the quantitative and qualitative methods.
  • 6.

    Analysis of Reference Inquiries in the Field of Social Science in the Collaborative Reference Service Using the Co-Word Technique

    조재인 | 2015, 49(1) | pp.129~148 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study grasped the true nature of the inquiry domain by analysing the requests for collaborative reference service in the social science field using the co-word technique, and schematized the intellectual structure. First, this study extracted 748 uncontrolled keywords from inquiries for reference in the field of social science. Second, calculated similarity indices between the words on the basis of co-occurrence frequency, and performed not only clustering but also MDS mapping. Third, to grasp the difference in inquiries for reference by period, dividing the period into two parts, and performed comparative analysis. As a result, there formed 5 clusters and “Korea Education” showed an overwhelming size with 40.3% among those clusters. The result of the analysis through the period division showed there were many questions about “Education” during the first half, while a lot of inquiries with focus on “welfare and business information” during the second half.
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    Narrative Inquiry, As a Research Methodology for Library and Information Science

    Hosin, Lee | 2015, 49(1) | pp.149~172 | number of Cited : 5
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    This study is to propose the possibility of narrative or story as a research methodology in the field of library and information science. To do this, I discuss the power and possibility of storytelling as a epistemological method of social science. Later, I look into turn to narrative in western scholarly traditions. And then, I introduced the process and the characteristic of the narrative inquiry as a subject and a methodology of research. I compare to another research methodology, ethnography and phenomenological research. At last, I reviewed the literature which is conducted by the methodology of narrative inquiry in the field of library and information science. I consider the possibility of adaptation of narrative inquiry in the field.
  • 8.

    A Study on the Development Plan in Usage Pattern Analytics of J Provincial Library

    Chang Woo kwon | Park Seong Woo | Daekeun Jeong and 1other persons | 2015, 49(1) | pp.173~200 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study is to seek a development plan in the borrowed book and current condition of operation of J-do provincial library. Based on library use card issuer 30,072 people and the number of lending books 705,447(2012 to 2013) of J-do provincial library, it was to analyzed elemental and comparative research for library development plan and user satisfaction. Method of analysis used SPSS statistics 21. This confirmed provincial library user’s library user behavior and usage pattern of data. Based on the results of analytics, it indicated a development plan of J-do provincial library.
  • 9.

    A Study on the Analysis of Rate of Use and Core Collection for Collection Evaluation in Public Libraries: in the Case of Gwangjin District Public Library

    Ji-Eun Oh | Dong Youl Jeong | 2015, 49(1) | pp.201~221 | number of Cited : 8
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    The purpose of this study is to suggest the usability of collection evaluation methods for collection development policy in public libraries. To achieve this purpose, this study applied Bonn’s Use Factor, Turnover Rate of Collection, and Trueswell’s 80/20 Rule to actual circulation data of the Gwangjin District Public Library in Seoul during last ten years. This study added practical meanings and values in collection evaluation through the analysis of total holdings and subject classes. Main items of analysis are the rate of use to total holdings and to holdings in specific subject classes by year, and the rate of core collection circulation by year. The results show relations between the rate of use and library’s performance through the analysis of the rate of use both total holdings and subject classes. The results also figure out user’s patterns and library appraisal of community users through the analysis of circulation data. In addition, the analysis of core collection gives a good basis for an effective collection development policy.
  • 10.

    A Bibliographical Study on the Metal Type Buddhist Book Editions during the Joseon Dynasty Period

    SongIlGie | 정왕근 | 2015, 49(1) | pp.223~246 | number of Cited : 6
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    This study examined the characteristics of Buddhist books printed using metal type during the Joseon Dynasty period from a bibliographical perspective. It was found that there are 36 kinds of Buddhist books published using metal type during the Joseon Dynasty period that currently exist. In terms of the types used for publication, there were 9 kinds of printed editions by Gapinja, 13 kinds of printed editions by Eulhaeja, 2 kinds of printed editions by Jeongchukja, 3 kinds of printed editions by Eulyuja and 9 kinds of printed editions by Jeonsaja. Among them, The Buddhist books printed using Eulhaeja were 36 % of total with the highest quantity of 13 kinds. In terms of periods of publication, it was found that 27 kinds and 9 kinds of Buddhists books were published respectively in the first and latter parts of Joseon Dynasty periods. Among them, there were 19 kinds of metal type book editions published during the King Sejo period that occupied 70% of total. It appears that such phenomenon was a result of King Sejo’s abnormal enthronement and Buddhism-friendly tendency.
  • 11.

    A Study on Developing a Policy Information Mentoring Management Model: Focusing on National Sejong Library

    Younghee Noh | Kwak, Seung-Jin | Jung-Ah Kang | 2015, 49(1) | pp.247~278 | number of Cited : 1
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    The aim of this study was to develop a policy information mentoring management model through which professional information, knowledge, and ideas can be shared and consulted. To this end, we analyzed domestic and international related literature, case studies of domestic and international mentoring programs, and expert advice from the policy consumers and current policy mentors in the field of policy information. In this research, components of a policy information mentoring management model have been proposed by separating them into human and content components. Mentor-mentee coordination, and supervisors are proposed as human components. Policy mentoring subject areas, programs, and detailed activities are proposed as content components.
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    The Impact of the Library Tour for Pre-librarians on the Importance Perception of the Librarian Core Competency in South Korea

    정종기 | 2015, 49(1) | pp.279~296 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study is to practice the library tour program for pre-librarians, to analyze the impact of the library tour program for pre-librarians on librarian job’s perception, and to present the educational meaning of library tour program for pre-librarians to the library & information science academies, the librarians in charge of the library tour, and pre-librarians. For doing this, the 29 pre-librarians participated in a library tour are surveyed by the questionnaires before and after library tour program. As a result, it’s revealed that the library tour program for pre-librarians is proved to be the educational effects that it establishes the per-librarians’ attitudes for librarian job performance. It’s meaningful that this study presents the education effects of library tour program to the librarians in charge of library tour program and the pre-librarians.
  • 13.

    A Study on the Effect of Social Media on Information Sharing

    seungmin lee | 2015, 49(1) | pp.297~317 | number of Cited : 3
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    Although social media is recognized as a Web service that allows people to share and utilize their own opinion, experience and information, it is also faced with some problems such as indiscreet information creation and sharing, which resulted in the decline of reliability of information. This research statistically analyzed the effect of social media on information sharing. As a result, social media is an efficient information tool that can support information sharing and allow people to get feedback from other people. It also brought a positive effect on the entire information behavior. In contrast, it still has weaknesses in the utilization of information, including the decline of information reliability and excessive creation of inaccurate information. Eventually, social media is an information tool that can support the diversification of information and also incurs the decline of reliability of information.
  • 14.

    A Study on the Classification Scheme of Cultural Resource in ACIA

    Myounggyu Lee | 2015, 49(1) | pp.319~340 | number of Cited : 5
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    The purpose of this study is to provide a plan of classification scheme to efficiently manage the collected cultural resource in Asian Culture Information Agency (ACIA) of Asian Culture Complex. The characteristic and category of the cultural resources are identified after studying objectives and acquisition policies of ACIA. This paper in here compares classification schemes such as HRAF scheme, UNESCO cultural framework, Folklore Archive scheme, and classification scheme of Academy of Korean Studies. On the basis of it, this study proposes the principle and criterion of the new classification scheme in ACIA. The new classification scheme is classified as the cultural, social, and natural area in sequence. The number of main classes is set up 16 items.
  • 15.

    Design of a Knowledge Framework for Structured Journalism Service based on Scientific Column Database

    Sung-Pil Choi | Hyesun Kim | Ji-Young Kim | 2015, 49(1) | pp.341~360 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper proposes a noble service architecture based on scientific infographic as well as semi-automatic knowledge process for ‘KISTI’s Scent of Science’ database, which has been highly credited as a science journalism service in Korea. Unlike other specialized scientific databases for domain experts and scientists, the database aims at providing comprehensible and intuitive information about various important scientific concepts which may seem not to be easily understandable to general public. In order to construct a knowledge-base from the database, we deeply analyze the traits of the database and then establish a semi-automatic approach to identify and extract various scientific intelligence from its contents. Furthermore, this paper defines a scientific infographic service platform based on the knowledge-base by offering its detailed structure, methods and characteristics, which shows a progressive future direction for science journalism service.
  • 16.

    A Study of the Librarians' Perceptions towards the Changes in University Library Space

    Yunkeum Chang | 2015, 49(1) | pp.361~377 | number of Cited : 4
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    The purpose of this study is to explore the librarians’ perceptions towards the changes in university library space in order to derive the future direction of improving the effectiveness of the renovation or new building construction and the efficiency of space reorganization of university libraries from the professional librarian perspective. For this, the study conducted a field survey of university librarians and further performed in-depth face-to-face or phone interviews with university librarians who are currently involved in the renovation or new building construction. The analysis results revealed that the changes in university library space were made for three major purposes: the securement of the space for diverse library objectives, the expansion of the latest IT facilities, and the securement of preservation space. Also the importance of the library space change considering pragmatic functions and utilization fit with the library’s purposes, the creative space change reflecting the university characteristics, and the proactive and visionary roles of the librarians in such changes was brought up.
  • 17.

    A Comparative Study on Authority Records for Korean Writers Among Countries

    Songie Kim | Yeon Kyoung Chung | 2015, 49(1) | pp.379~403 | number of Cited : 3
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    Name Authority Control is useful not only to manage author information but also to gather other names of authors in order to provide access points in libraries and other institutes. The purpose of this study is to find problems through comparing and analyzing Literature Translation Institute of Korea Author Database, Korean name authority records of national libraries in the U. S., Japan and Korea. The results of the study are as follows. First, Literature Translation Institute of Korea Author Database missed some useful information about Korean writers in translated books in other countries. Second, the name authority file of Library of Congress and National Diet Library did not include the variant names, dates of authors’ birth and death date, and filled out incorrect variant names with some birth and death dates. Third, English and Chinese character variants of Korean authors were not found in the National Library of Korea. To solve these problems, revisions of Korean author database, open access to National Library of Korea name authority file, and a strong participation of VIAF were suggested.
  • 18.

    A Study on the Current Status and Problems of Medical Librarian Qualification System and Medical Librarians’ Self- Efficacy and Self-Esteem

    Euikyung Oh | 2015, 49(1) | pp.405~421 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study investigated the current status and problems of medical librarian qualification system and measured medical librarians’ self-efficacy and self-esteem. 49.4% of the respondents acquired medical librarian qualification and 82.9% of them are willing to re-acquire the qualification. To obtain publishing activity point was the most difficult of all evaluation items. Average self-efficacy score was 3.42, and self-esteem score was 3.89, and women’s self-efficacy and self-esteem scores are higher than those of men. Medical librarian qualification system has been managed in a stable manner, yet the system has to be consolidated and developed into a national qualification system so that it can contribute to the improvements in proficiency of medical librarians.
  • 19.

    A Study on the Reading King, Deuk-shin Kim’s Doksoogi

    MIKYUNG HAN | 2015, 49(1) | pp.423~441 | number of Cited : 1
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    The results of this study are as follows. Firstly, out of existing manuscripts of Baeggokjib, the one possessed by Sang-hyun Kim and the one possessed by Jonkyunggak, Sungkyunkwan University shows reading reaords. Secondly, as a result of the analyses of the differences between Doksoogi and Gomoonsamshibyookdoksoogi, in terms of 1) order of records 2) the difference in the number of old texts included in the mentioned reading records 3) the difference in the title of old text, 4) the difference in records of reading times, they were revised and rearranged to Doksoogi after the record of Gomoonsamshibyookdoksoogi. Thirdly, as a result of investigations and analyses of 36 types of old texts recorded in Dogsoogi, it was found out that 1) in terms of contents, he mainly read literary books 2) in terms of style of literary books, he read mainly prose, preface, epistle, idle stories, funeral orations, etc. 3) in terms of authors, he read the old texts of Han Yoo who was the literary person during Tang Dynasty 4) Deuk-shin Kim read tend to read mainly old texts instead of single books.
  • 20.

    Toward a Key-frame Extraction Framework for Video Storyboard Surrogates Based on Users’ EEG Signals

    Hyun Hee Kim | Yong-Ho Kim | 2015, 49(1) | pp.443~464 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study examined the feasibility of using EEG signals and ERP P3b for extracting video key-frames based on users’ cognitive responses. Twenty participants were used to collect EEG signals. This research found that the average amplitude of right parietal lobe is higher than that of left parietal lobe when relevant images were shown to participants; there is a significant difference between the average amplitudes of both parietal lobes. On the other hand, the average amplitude of left parietal lobe in the case of non-relevant images is lower than that in the case of relevant images. Moreover, there is no significant difference between the average amplitudes of both parietal lobes in the case of non-relevant images. Additionally, the latency of MGFP1 and channel coherence can be also used as criteria to extract key-frames.
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    A Phenomenological Study on the Their Tasks and Roles of Electronic Resource Acquisition Librarian

    Park Kyung Hee | Kyung-Mook OH | 2015, 49(1) | pp.465~482 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study is a qualitative study on the workplace experience of electronic resource acquisition librarian in university libraries. The purpose of this study is to examine the meaning of their task and roles, new change of their role. For this study, we conducted in-depth interviews with 9 electronic resource acquisition librarian in academic libraries and applied phenomenological research method. As result of analysis, 3 catagories were appeared from 11 themes as data analysis. These catagories were characterized as follows: ‘coping with structural problems of the real obstacles’, ‘enduring of psychological pressure’, and ‘growing as professional with competency’. It is expected to further study on competency for electronic resource acquisition librarian.
  • 22.

    Investigating Factors Affecting Automated Question Triage for Social Reference: A Study of Adopting Decision Factors from Digital Reference

    박종도 | 2015, 49(1) | pp.483~511 | number of Cited : 0
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    The efficiency and quality of the social reference sites are being challenged because a large quantity of the questions have not been answered or satisfied for quite a long time. Main goal of this study is to investigate important factors that affect the performance of question triage to relevant answerers in the context of social reference. To achieve the goal, expert finding techniques were used to construct an automated question triage approach to resolve this problem. Furthermore, important factors affecting triage decisions in digital reference were first examined, and extended them to the social reference setting by investigating important factors affecting the performance of automated question triage in the social reference setting. The study was conducted using question-answer pairs collected from Ask Metafilter. For the evaluation, logistic regression analyses were conducted to examine which factors would significantly affect the performance of predicting relevant answerers to questions. The results of the current study have important implications for research and practice in automated question triage for social reference. Furthermore, the results will offer insights into designing user-participatory digital reference systems.