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Analysis of the Role of Library and Information Science Related Research Efforts in Korean Human Computer Interaction Subject Field
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Analysis of the Role of Library and Information Science Related Research Efforts in Korean Human Computer Interaction Subject Field
Lee, Jee Yeon; Kam, Miah; Han, Nam Gi; Song, Hanna;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to analyze how the Library and Information Science (LIS) related research efforts in Korea contributed to the progress of the Human Computer Interaction (HCI) discipline to identify the potential collaboration research partners and topics. The following data was used for the network and frequency analysis: titles, keywords and affiliation information extracted from the Korean journals serving the LIS fields as well as the conference proceedings of the Korean HCI society. Information communication technology, computer engineering, and technology industry had been active in research collaborations but LIS field was comparatively not active. This study was able to determine that LIS researchers carried out important research but they had not much interests in the topics that required interdisciplinary collaboration. However, there were a number of papers, which were not authored by LIS discipline researchers, in the LIS related journals. In addition, there are a few ongoing interdisciplinary research projects which included LIS researchers. This reveals that it is possible for the LIS field could play an important role in the future if the researchers actively participate the collaborative projects.
 Keywords
Library and Information Science;HCI;trend analysis;keyword analysis;affiliation information analysis;
 Language
Korean
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