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2019, Vol.53, No.4

  • 1.

    An Analysis of Teacher Librarians’ Role Recognition

    Gi ho Song | 2019, 53(4) | pp.5~22 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study is to analyze the factors that hinder the role recognition and role performance of teacher librarians and suggest some improvement methods. For this purpose, a questionnaire was conducted among 41 persons who participated in the first-level qualification training for teachers librarians at K University Secondary Teacher Training Institute in 2019.The results showed that there was a difference between the expected role and the execution role of the teacher librarians. In other words, teacher librarians recognize that they should teach information literacy as instructors and operate library-based instruction and cooperative classes as teaching partners. However, the most frequently played roles are reading education and library use education. They recognizes the cause as institutional limitations, such as the absence of a national level curriculum and the ambiguity of the role of specialists in school libraries. And it is perceived as a real problem such as the lack of partnership and recognition of their peers. Among the variables of teacher librarians, the higher their educational level, the more they perceived their peers as teachers. Based on this, some suggestions for strengthening the role of the teacher librarians’ instructor and teaching partner were proposed in terms of including cross-curricular subjects of information literacy education, analyzing jobs and establishing scholarship system for school libraries.
  • 2.

    A Study on the User Recognition of Library Complex Culture Space

    Younghee Noh | Kim Yoon Jeong | 2019, 53(4) | pp.23~50 | number of Cited : 4
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    Libraries have recently sought to diversify their roles to meet the changing needs of local residents, while faithfully playing the library’s original roles. The creation of a complex cultural space and the provision of services based on it are one of the ways to expand its role. In this study, a surveyed and analyzed the awareness of the complex cultural space of the library and the preference and awareness of the program operated in the complex cultural space by conducting a survey on the users of the library currently operating the complex cultural space. As a result, first, it was found that they preferred information space, education space, and rest space in space preference. On the other hand, community space and experience space showed low preference. Second, they prefer educational programs, exhibition programs, and performance programs that utilize complex cultural spaces, but experience programs and community programs have low preference. Therefore, it is necessary to operate the program by providing exhibitions and performance spaces while providing information and education spaces to users. The librarian should also promote the fact that library can be only the space of information and education, but also the space where culture, healing, experience and communication take place. In addition, libraries should strive to improve user awareness of library space.
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    A Study on Contribution of Public Library of Korea Open-port City to Local Development: Focused on Cases at Busan and Incheon City

    Hee-Yoon Yoon | Gyoung Hee Kim | 2019, 53(4) | pp.51~71 | number of Cited : 0
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    Memory is a mental activity for the future rather than the past, and the responsibility for restoring the memory rests on the current intellectuals. In this context, the library must demonstrate how it contributes to local development by restoring memory and analyzing social roles and functions. Based on the contributions of local development of public libraries as background information and through literature․case studies, field surveys and interviews. This study has logically demonstrated local development to the local economic development, regenerating and promoting local culture, and forming a community in the open-port cities of Busan and Incheon. Nevertheless, the contribution of local development in terms of economic, cultural and community formation cannot be perfect. Subsequent research that reflects the historical geography and architectural arts of the library itself, and the perception and value of use of local residents is necessary.
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    A Study on the Activation Plan for Legal Deposit in National Assembly Library of South Korea: Focusing on Thesis and Dissertation

    seungmin lee | 2019, 53(4) | pp.73~93 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study empirically analyzed the recognition and current status of university libraries related to the legal deposit of thesis and dissertation and investigated the ways to activate legal deposit to National Assembly Library. As a result, most universities conduct legal deposit of thesis and dissertation. However, most librarians face difficulties resulted from the duplication of deposits to many institutions. In the case that the deposits are not made, the main reasons are the university library’s policies, duplication and inefficiency of the deposit procedures, and the limitation of obtaining copyright agreements. In order to address these limitations and to maximize the social and informational values of thesis and dissertation, this research proposed approaches to legal deposit of thesis and dissertation, including strengthening digital deposit system through the establishment of independent legal deposit law, preparing the effective ways of preservation. constructing an integrated deposit system, and developing professional collection of thesis and dissertation which can consolidate National Assembly Library.
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    A Historical Study on the Children’s Libraries in Korea During the Period from 1945 to 2002

    Jeewan Kim | Yeon Kyoung Chung | 2019, 53(4) | pp.95~119 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of this study is to examine and analyze the development process of Korean children’s libraries from 1945 to 2002. The development process of Korean children’s library is divided into stages as follows. First, the preparation period (after colonial liberation in 1945~1976) is the time when library services for children were started, focusing on children’s rooms in public libraries. The children’s libraries were not recognized enough to be established. Second, the growing period (1977~2002), was primarily aimed at providing library services to children. In this period, the children’s libraries were mainly established in the private sector rather than the public sector.
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    Factors Affecting Teacher Librarians’ Intentions to Implement Collaborative Instruction in School Libraries

    Seunghee Kim | Ji-Hong Park | 2019, 53(4) | pp.121~142 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to explain the teacher librarians’ intentions to implement collaborative instruction in school libraries by applying theory of planned behavior. Independent variables that affect the intention to implement were set as attitudes, subjective norms, teacher efficacy, and perceived controllability. A questionnaire survey of 218 teacher librarians was conducted. As a result of the study, there was a difference in teacher librarian’s intention to implement collaborative instruction in school library according to the age, the size of school and previous experience. Attitudes, subjective norms, and perceived controllability affected the intention to implement collaborative instruction. Teacher efficacy did not affect teacher librarian’s intention to implement collaborative instruction in school library. The results of the study were interpreted as a mixed method by using open-ended questions. Based on the results, implication was proposed to expand collaborative instruction in school library.
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    A Study on the Development of the Statistical Indicators of Hospital Library

    Youngji Shin | Younghee Noh | 2019, 53(4) | pp.143~170 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study was intended to develop statistics indicators for the hospital library so that data related to the hospital library can be collected objectively and systematically. In order to derive items that can be used as statistics indicators for hospital libraries, 1) relevant laws, statutes and standards, 2) Statistical indicators related to hospital libraries presented in previous studies, and 3) Guidelines related to foreign hospital libraries were investigated and analyzed. The results were derived from 7 areas, 44 items and 57 sub-categories as a primary result. Statistical indicators derived in the first round were surveyed by experts and field staff to investigate their suitability. Based on this, statistics indicators for hospital libraries were developed in 7 areas, 39 items, and 54 sub-categories.
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    Investigating Major Topics Through the Analysis of Depression-related Facebook Group Posts

    ZHU, YONGJUN | Dong Hun Kim | Changho Lee and 1other persons | 2019, 53(4) | pp.171~187 | number of Cited : 0
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    The study aims to analyze the posts of depression-related Facebook groups to understand major topics discussed by group users. Specifically, the purpose of the study is to identify the topics and keywords of the posts to understand what users discuss about depression. Depression is a mental disorder that is somewhat sensitive in the online community, which is characterized by accessibility, openness and anonymity. The researchers have implemented a natural language-based data analysis framework that includes components ranging from Facebook data collection to the automated extraction of topics. Using the framework, we collected and analyzed 885 posts created in the past one year from the largest Facebook depression group. To derive more complete and accurate topics, we combined both automated and manual (e.g., stop words removal, topic size determination) methods. Results indicate that users discuss a variety of topics including depression in general, human relations, mood and feeling, depression symptoms, suicide, medical references, family and etc.
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    A Study on the Construction and Operation of Theme Collections through Book Curation: In-depth Interview with Public Librarians

    Soon Hee Pyo | ji-won baek | 2019, 53(4) | pp.189~211 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of this study was to establish the concept of theme collection in the library, to clarify the reality of the theme collection operation. This study was to set up methodology for constructing and operating the theme collection in the future and to provide implications for future development. For this purpose, this study conducted in-depth interviews with a total of 12 directors and librarians from four public libraries. The results of the analysis revealed that the theme collection can be built and function properly with a solid understanding of its collection, users and community, and sharing its services goals and orientations. In addition, it was found that the task of constructing a theme collection contributes to the establishment of the identity of the librarian, and it is interrelated with the various library works. Finally, a comprehensive model of current theme collections was discussed.
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    Perceived Effects and Tasks of Library Strategic Plans of Universities in Korea

    CHANG, DURK HYUN | 2019, 53(4) | pp.213~230 | number of Cited : 2
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    Policies has envisioned directions and identified tasks, through the establishment of the University Library Promotion Act and the Ministry of Education’s establishment of the Comprehensive University Library Promotion Plan, in order to put some momentum for the development of university libraries. However, these agendas are appropriate for the actual operation of the university itself to achieve these goals. This should be reflected in each university’s own university library development plan. In this regard, this study attempts to investigate the perceptions of the effect of the university library strategic plans established by the university itself. Further, through the survey by university libraries, the status of university libraries in each university’s regulations, the level of discussions and cooperation with the library strategic plans for each university, and any substantial changes made in university libraries are analyzed.
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    A Study on the Analysis of Current Status of Retrieval Systems on the Library Website for the Improving Accessibility to Library Information Resources of Disabled Users

    Jae Eun Baek | 2019, 53(4) | pp.231~254 | number of Cited : 0
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    Library website is medium for connecting library information resources and users. However, searching and accessing methods to information resources in library websites and retrieval systems are mostly designed for users. So, the disabled users have difficulty accessing and using library information resources through library websites. Therefore, the author carried on current status study and analysis on the retrieval system of the national and public library websites in Korea. And then, the author proposes improvement plan in order to enhance satisfaction with information needs of disabled users and to use a basic study for construction of retrieval system of library websites for disabled users.
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    A Mixed Methods Research on the Job Burnout of Teacher Librarians: Focused on Mediating Effects of Job Engagement

    Soo-Jin Kim | 2019, 53(4) | pp.255~283 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study is to identify the factors affecting job burnout by analyzing the job burnout patterns and levels in teacher librarians and to empirically investigate the relationship among the effective factors. For qualitative research 17 teacher librarians were intentionally chosen and in-depth interview was conducted from September 5, 2018 to October 30, 2018. The in-depth interview shows that the factors affecting the job burnout of teacher librarians are the sense of belonging, professional identity, professional development opportunities, reputation of teacher librarians, social support and job engagement which defined as librarians’ job specificity. For the reliability and validity of the measurement tools, six teacher librarians were primarily investigated from December 5, 2018 to December 7. After that a survey was carried out through the web questionnaire for two weeks from December 20, 2018 to January 3, 2019. A total of 305 copies were collected, all of which were used for the analysis. The results of the quantitative study are summarized as follows. First, concerning the job specificity of teacher librarians, the factors affecting job burnout were professional identity, reputation of teacher librarians, and social support. Second, concerning the job specificity of teacher librarians, the factors affecting job engagement were sense of belonging, professional identity, and social support. Third, as a result of verifying the mediating effect of job engagement in relation to job specificity and job burnout of teacher librarians, professional identity showed complete mediating effect and social support showed partial mediation effect.
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    Text Mining Driven Content Analysis of Social Perception on Schizophrenia Before and After the Revision of the Terminology

    HYUNJI KIM | Park Seojeong | Chaemin Song and 1other persons | 2019, 53(4) | pp.285~307 | number of Cited : 0
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    In 2011, the Korean Medical Association revised the name of schizophrenia to remove the social stigma for the sick. Although it has been about nine years since the revision of the terminology, no studies have quantitatively analyzed how much social awareness has changed. Thus, this study investigates the changes in social awareness of schizophrenia caused by the revision of the disease name by analyzing Naver news articles related to the disease. For text analysis, LDA topic modeling, TF-IDF, word co-occurrence, and sentiment analysis techniques were used. The results showed that social awareness of the disease was more negative after the revision of the terminology. In addition, social awareness of the former term among two terms used after the revision was more negative. In other words, the revision of the disease did not resolve the stigma.
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    Data Life Cycle Proposal for Research Data Management

    KIm Ju-Seop | Kim Sun Tae | Jeon Ye-rin | 2019, 53(4) | pp.309~340 | number of Cited : 1
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    Although overseas countries have already developed data life cycle for the preservation and curation of data since the 1990s, the research in Korea has been very insufficient. In this study, we analyzed the data life cycles developed in DCC, ICPSR, IWGDD, DataONE, USGS and UKDA to propose data life cycle for efficient management of research data. As a result of the analysis, the common components derived are ‘Plan’, ‘Create & Collect’, ‘Process’, ‘Preserve’, ‘Dispose’, ‘Access & Use’, ‘Describe’, ‘Assure’ and ‘Backup & Secure’. In addition, the nine components were subdivided into stages to describe the details to be carried out at that stage. It is expected that the content of this study will be applicable in the future development of data life cycle for research data management in Korea.
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    A Study on the Linkage and Convergence of Academic Information Services in Science and Technology

    Dou-Gyun Kim | Hee-Seok Choi | Hyejin Lee and 2other persons | 2019, 53(4) | pp.341~359 | number of Cited : 2
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    To improve research productivity, it is important to acquire up-to-date information quickly. To this end, researchers seek information resources through various channels and methods and utilize them in their research and development processes. The Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI) has developed a platform for integrated scientific and scientific information service called ScienceOn to provide specialized information, infrastructure resources, industry and technology analysis resources in one place to support the research and information ecosystem. Through this process, accessibility and usability are enhanced through the connection and convergence of various information and services. In this study, we look at recent R&D trends in scientific technology academic information integration services and recommended packaging services that can be utilized in batches according to the purpose of use. We look forward to improving national R&D productivity by strengthening the linkage and convergence of scientific and technological information.
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    Assessment for Overseas Construction Information Classification Using Collaborative Filtering

    Wonyoung Choi | Sangmin Choi | Kwak, Seung-Jin | 2019, 53(4) | pp.361~372 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Overseas Construction Engineering Information System (OVICE), which is operated by the Korea Institute of Construction Technology, uses the Overseas Construction Information Service classification system to service information required for overseas construction of domestic construction engineering companies. In this study, through the application of the recommendation system using collaborative filtering, identifying the relationship between the subjects for real users, verifying the adequacy of the overseas construction information classification system currently in service. Through this, I would like to propose an information service classification system that reflects actual user demand
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    Study on Determining Core Journals and Network Analysis in the Field of Disaster & Safety

    김병규 | YOU, BEOMJONG | 2019, 53(4) | pp.373~397 | number of Cited : 0
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    Recent disasters are a complex and growing trend. In order to effectively prepare for and respond to disasters that occur without notice, it is very important to use scientific information related to disaster and safety in addition to the standardized disaster safety information that is used. In this paper, we searched and selected major journals in the field of disaster & safety and conducted various network analysis studies using the classification scheme for development of integrated metadata for disaster & safety information developed through Disaster & Safety Information Sharing Platform R&D project as well as KSCD. Also, we have constructed and analyzed citation network, co-authorship network and keyword network through data identification and preprocessing of research paper contents. As a result of this study, based on the network constructed by information analysis unit, the network structure between core domestic and foreign journals, major research institutes, core keywords and individual information by disaster & safety type was identified in detail, and the analysis results were presented on a case-by-case basis.
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    A Survey Study on the Current Situation of Collection Operations of Independent Publications in Public Libraries: Focusing on Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi Province

    Boil Kim | 2019, 53(4) | pp.399~418 | number of Cited : 0
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    In accordance with the recent expansion of collection operation of independent publications through public libraries, this study conducted a status analysis on independent publications collection in public libraries and in-depth interviews with staff in charge of independent publications in order to suggest ways to effectively manage independent publications. As a result, it was deduced that the measures needed for effective management of independent publications are construction of joint cataloging system for building and sharing independent publications catalog in public libraries; platform for collecting various information of independent publications; support for ISBN, ISSN, CIP issuance of independent publications; and improvement of distribution system.