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A Study on the Roles of Library for CommunityResidents Life-Long Learning

  • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
  • 2006, 40(1), pp.217-239
  • Publisher : 한국문헌정보학회
  • Research Area : Interdisciplinary Studies > Library and Information Science

김영준 1

1교육인적자원부

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ABSTRACT

21st century is a knowledge and information society. Keeping pace with this global environment change, people demand various roles from a library. First, they demand to play a role of an “Information Connector” rather than a traditional role of a “Book Container”. Second, they demand to be the place of the social integration for a solution to the information and learning gap and the place for a life-long learning for HRD(Human Resources Development) by the community unit. In addition, not only introducing a system of “Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education & HRD” for national HRD and “Five-Day Week” but the advent of “an Aging Society” demand a change of a library. This study researches roles of a library inseparably related to such new paradigms in the life-long learning society as the knowledge, information, five-day week, aging and HRD, and shows the right direction of a library to pursue in the future.

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