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A Study on the Suggestions and Analysis on the Education Programs in the Presidential Libraries
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A Study on the Suggestions and Analysis on the Education Programs in the Presidential Libraries
Han, Mi-Kyung;
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 Abstract
Presidential records are produced and collected with regard to Presidents' performance of his duties. Presidential libraries provide the users with open reading, exhibition, education, and promotion services. To maximize utilization of Presidential records as knowledge and information contents, it is most important to build educational programs as active services available. In this context, this study conducts investigation of the current status of education programs of Korea and US Presidential libraries. And this study also examines and analyzes distinguishing programs of 13 Presidential libraries in the US in order to bring up necessity for active educational programs and suggest various possible education programs. The findings of this study can be utilized as the basic reference materials to use in the process of building and pursuing plans for educational programs of Presidential libraries or individual record centers.
 Keywords
Education Programs;Presidential Libraries;Pesidential Records;
 Language
English
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대통령기록물을 활용한 다중지능이론 기반의 교육프로그램 개발,김건;김태영;배삼열;이은진;김용;

한국기록관리학회지, 2013. vol.13. 3, pp.99-125 crossref(new window)
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