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2019, Vol.53, No.1

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    A Study on the Development of Library Space Planning Major Based on the Self-Designed Major

    Younghee Noh | Youngji Shin | 2019, 53(1) | pp.5~31 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract PDF
    In this study, in order to foster human resources equipped with expertise in libraries and spatial organization that contributes to the development of libraries, planning, design, and construction, the self-designed library space planning major was developed and the education goal, human resources award, and major capabilities were presented. To this end, the relevant literature analysis, expert opinion collection, and consumer survey were conducted, and the results are as follows. First, the person-in-person awards required for library space planning were identified as space planning personnel, design thinking personnel, and creative working people. Second, the person-specific majors were derived with the ability to analyze the library environment, ability to express spatial concepts, ability to analyze user needs, ability to coordinate interests, ability to understand spatial design, ability to understand spatial design, and ability to apply practical applications. Based on the plan, subjects should be developed that can fulfill the educational goals of the future library space planning major, human resources award, and human resources status, and operation plans should be designed so that the library space planning major can adapt students without fail due to its own design-based major.
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    Investigating the Characteristics of Policy Information Resources for Activating Policy Information Services

    Myeong-Hee Lee | 2019, 53(1) | pp.33~55 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract PDF
    Knowledge information resources produced by policy research institutes were categorized into knowledge information resources derived from research processes, knowledge information resources derived from research results, and knowledge information resources processed from research results, respectively. The names of these knowledge information resources and the metadata items were investigated on 13 policy research institute websites. In addition, the study examined the provision status of 8 Knowledge information resources specialized by type on the websites and confirmed that they work as knowledge resource management systems for each corresponding area. The results of the study suggest constructing a collective search system for research results based on the same research topics, developing a knowledge map of policy information, compressing reports for policy makers, building subject expert databases, producing video reports, developing metadata standards, and creating statistical databases and indicators by subject areas.
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    Implementation of Ontology-based Service by Exploiting Massive Crime Investigation Records: Focusing on Intrusion Theft

    Gun-Woo Ko | Seon-Wu Kim | Sung-Jin Park and 2other persons | 2019, 53(1) | pp.57~81 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract PDF
    An ontology is a complex structure dictionary that defines the relationship between terms and terms related to specific knowledge in a particular field. There have been attempts to construct various ontologies in Korea and abroad, but there has not been a case in which a large scale crime investigation record is constructed as an ontology and a service is implemented through the ontology. Therefore, this paper describes the process of constructing an ontology based on information extracted from instrusion theft field of unstructured data, a crime investigation document, and implementing an ontology-based search service and a crime spot recommendation service. In order to understand the performance of the search service, we have tested Top-K accuracy measurement, which is one of the accuracy measurement methods for event search, and obtained a maximum accuracy of 93.52% for the experimental data set. In addition, we have obtained a suitable clue field combination for the entire experimental data set, and we can calibrate the field location information in the database with the performance of F1-measure 76.19% Respectively.
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    An Exploratory Study on the Political Information Behaviors of Korean Opinion Leaders on Twitter: Through the Lens of Theory of Information Worlds

    Lee, Jisue | 2019, 53(1) | pp.83~108 | number of Cited : 3
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    This study investigated South Korean citizens’ political communication and deliberation through Twitter during the 2014 General Election, focusing on influential opinion leaders’ political information behaviors. Individual semi-structured interviews were administered with 13 opinion leaders using the multiple interview modes of email interviews, Skype interview and face to face interviews. Through the analytical lens of the theory of Information Worlds, the chosen social types and social norms of opinion leaders impacted their political information behaviors, including how they assessed, shared, exchanged, or avoided information, and, in turn, created boundaries between and around their information worlds that allowed for both conflict and synergy.
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    A Research on the Use of Faceted Navigation of KOLIS-NET

    Yoon, Cheong Ok | 2019, 53(1) | pp.109~132 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    The purpose of this study is to examine and propose to improve the features of a simple keyword search box and faceted navigations of KOLIS-NET operated by the National Library of Korea. A record group of ‘2011-2020 (776)’ under ‘Publication date’ facet, out of 3,702 records retrieved from a search of ‘김훈’, were examined. Major findings are as follows: (1) Five facets including ‘Format’, ‘Publication date’, ‘Subject’, ‘Language’ and ‘Country’ are used to limit search results only in the first step, and multiple facets cannot be simultaneously used; (2) With ‘Publication date’ facet formed in the span of ten years, a separate publication year cannot be identified; (3) ‘Subject’ facet based on KDC limits the results only in broad subject classes without sub-facets; (4) Under ‘Format’ facet, a special format such as large print texts cannot be identified; (5) Without ‘Author’ facet, authors cannot be identified; and (6) ‘Publication date missing’, ‘Language missing’, and ‘Miscellaneous subject’ record groups cannot be clicked and displayed, a navigation to-and-fro between a brief list and bibliographic records is not smooth, etc. Therefore an application of multiple facets in all stages of limiting the search result, a construction of sub-facets for ‘Publication date’ and ‘Subject’ facets, an accurate description and coding of ‘General Material Designation’, etc. are suggested to improve KOLIS-NET’s faceted navigation.
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    A Study on Development of Guidelines for Libraries Serving Older Adults: Initial Findings from Active Older Adults of Urban Libraries

    Kim So Young | Mikyeong Cha | Jonghee Kim | 2019, 53(1) | pp.133~157 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    The purpose of this study was to figure out requirements and considerations of guidelines for libraries serving active older adults in Korea. The research data were collected by examining domestic laws and policies, foreign library guidelines and service practices. Two focus group interviews were also conducted with 10 librarians of Seoul metropolitan area. The research findings were the following: Specific guidelines should be set up including sections of information resources, human resources, facilities, service & programs, and promotion & marketing. The guideline should also include not only solutions for improving digital literacy of old adults but solving librarians’ difficulties with serving old adults.
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    Re-approach to the Concept of Data Literacy and Its Application to Library Information Services

    Lee, Jeong-Mee | 2019, 53(1) | pp.159~179 | number of Cited : 9
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    The purpose of this study is to re-approach the concept of data literacy, to describe the differences with other literacies along with the redefined concept of data literacy. Also, it is tried to find out why and how to use data literacy for library and information services. Research has shown that data literacy plays a central role in interacting with other literacy concepts, and should be understood as a data-driven problem-solving ability that is essential for the future human society. Based on these concept definitions, we propose the application of data literacy to library information service in terms of education service and research support service. In this study, data literacy is defined as the ability to utilize data needed by users in a data - based society, is to explain why data literacy is the ability to utilize data for users in modern society by distinguishing differences from other literacy. This concludes with a discussion and proposal on what library information services can be implemented.