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Volume 16, Issue 2 - Dec 2005
Volume 16, Issue 1 - Jun 2005
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Cyber Learning Program of a University Library's Information Literacy Education: Its Development and Course Management
Lee, Choon-Shil ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 5~26
Sookmyung Women's University Library developed a Cyber Learning Program for Information Literacy Education in the Fall semester of 2004. The program was enforced as a pass/fail prerequisite of the "Reading & Writing", a compulsory course for the first-year students. The paper describes why and how the university reached to the decision to initiate such a program. It identifies the factors which contributed to the early success of the program by analyzing the contents development process and the actual course management process. Suggestions for further developments is made by analyzing the technical and procedural difficulties faced using the Learning Management System(LMS).
The Need for Information Literacy Instruction for Public Library Internet Service Users
Chang, Yun-Keum ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 27~43
This research is a study designed to identify the needs for information literacy instruction for the U.S. public library Internet service users. The levels and needs of Internet service users as well as the development and effectiveness of the Internet services at the U.S. public libraries were investigated. The survey was administered to the Internet service users at four public libraries in the upper Midwest region of the U.S.A total of 386 surveys were collected and analyzed. The result showed that as the years of Internet use experience and the level of expertise increases, user satisfaction decreases. However, the users who had taken any Internet class showed more satisfaction than who had not. This research offers a new direction and need for information literacy instruction for public library Internet service users.
Study on the Scope and Sequence of Information Literacy Instruction in School Library
Lee, Byeong-Ki ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 45~74
The study has developed the scope and sequence of information literacy instruction's curriculum for integration strategies of traditional reading education, library use education and information literacy. For this purpose, this study compares and analyze the scope and sequence of reading education, library use education and information literacy instruction's curriculum in Korea, American and Japan. Basing on the comparative result, it proposed the scope and sequence of information literacy instruction's curriculum in Korea. The scope and sequence which it proposes based on the skill and process of information literacy model, it includes contents of traditional reading education, library use education. Also, supposed scope take in all format of information media, the process and strategies of information use, library and information system. the supposed sequence divided into elementary school(1-3), elementary school(1-4), middle school(1-3), high school(1-3)
An Assessment of the Information Literacy of High School Students in Korea
Park, Myung-Kyu ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 75~90
Information literacy has been defined as "the ability to access, evaluate, and use information from a variety of sources." Recently, information literacy has become a hot topic in Korean education circles and school library fields, but few publications describe how to assess information literacy skills. This study is the first stage to develop a measurable assessment tool of the information literacy skills of korean high school students. In this paper, related projects, curricular models, and rubrics are reviewed and an assessment tool is suggested. This tool will be field-tested and revised on the results in the near future.
Degrees of Understanding Regarding Information Literacy in Korean University Students
Lee, Hyun-Sil ; Choi, Sang-Ki ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 91~112
This is a survey study to measure degrees of understanding regarding Information literacy in Korean university students based on ACRL standards. In the results of the survey there were no meaningful differences between individuals age, gender, major, and University. There were also no meaningful difference between the five ACRL standards. However, there were meaningful differences between the performance indicators in each standard. For example in the first standard, the performance indicator 'Determines the nature and extent of the information needed',
had the highest score.
had the lowest score. In the second ‘Effective Access of Information',
had the highest score. In the third ‘Evaluate and Incorporate Information',
had the highest score>and
had the lowest score. In the fourth ‘Use of Information',
had the highest score. In the last ‘Information Ethics', there was no meaningful difference. This study also showed outcomes regarding the details in each standard.
Libraries in the Current of History - The Japanese Historical Context for the Changes in Braille and Public Libraries -
Kim, Ji-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 113~132
The aim of this study is to expand and deepen our knowledge of Braille libraries in Japan. This study begins with a different viewpoint than previous ones. It does not view Braille libraries solely from the institutions themselves but it locates them within the historical context of Japanese society and both Braille and public libraries. It finds that although Braille and public libraries began with similar purposes, they drastically diverged after 1949 when the former’s welfare center-like function for the blind became more apparent. But by the 1970s, Braille libraries shifted in the direction of its original library function at the impetus of the Blind Reading Rights Movement.
A Study on the Management of Webpage in the Medical Libraries in Seoul
Cho, Chan-Sik ; Han, Hye-Young ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 133~151
As the webpage has become part of our daily lives, libraries tend to use the webpage for the information service and for the pubic relations as well. In that, the importance on the management of webpage in libraries has been emphasized. This study explores the theoretical background on the webpage and its management; surveys and analyzes the webpages of 20 medical libraries in Seoul in terms of its management; and suggests some recommendations for the effective management of webpages in libraries.
A Study on the Strategies for Implementing 40 Working - hours Each Week at Public Libraries in Korea
Kwack, Dong-Chul ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 153~180
Since government institutions begin working 40 hours each week, public libraries in Korea face the challenge of not only enhancing the quality of life for librarians by improving their work environment, but also providing adequate information services for patrons. The purpose of this study is to examine the potential problems which could happen with the 40 working-hours each week in public libraries, and establish the strategies for resolving these problems. For this study, based on the existing research, an attempt is made to review and analyze the following facts: (1) the details of planning for 40 working-hours each week at the government institutions in Korea; (2) the current work environment and service strategies of public libraries in other countries, including the U.S., where librarians work 40 hours each week; (3) the present state of managing public libraries with 40 working-hours each week in Korea; and (4) the strategies of public libraries as a part of cultural infrastructure in preparing for 40 working-hours each week which will be fully implemented at the government institutions in Korea.
Life and Information Poverty of Foreign Labor 'H'
Lee, Jae-Whoan ; Youn, You-Ra ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 181~202
The purpose of this study is to discuss the lives of foreign labor in S. Korea from the perspective of their information behavior. Special concern was on investigating both meaning and value of information in their everyday lives. Also discussed was information poverty which most of them have been faced with. To this end, a typical foreign labor sample, who were named as 'H', was carefully chosen, observed, and interviewed. Through the investigation this study found out there were many barriers that had negative influences on their active information seeking and use. Also found out is most of the barriers comes from the individual factors as well as socio-structural ones. In conclusion this study suggests the basic strategies to improve and promote their information welfare.
A Study on the Outsourcing the Cataloging and Classification in the National Library of Korea
Ro, Moon-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 203~231
The critical strength of outsourcing system is to enhance the competitive power of the company by applying the centralization of management resources. This strategy has been used in library management and become the general method. The libraries in the U.S. stated to adopt the outsourcing system to organize the information of library works. Those in Korea also commence to use this method later on. The main reason of outsourcing the cataloging and classification works in the library was to reduce the budget; however, result were diverse. The efficiency on performing works was positive while the quality of bibliographic record was not guaranteed. Regardless of various opinions, The National Library of Korea decided to apply the method to cataloging and classification considered as a major work in maintaining library. This study is to analyze and criticize the decision made by The National Library of Korea.
A Study of Evolution of the Librarian Job
Ahn, In-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 233~246
The evolution of librarian job is influenced by the change of paradigm in library. in theses days, a "good job" is the job that is sensing the changes and applying them in the field. The research is the comparison between '70s and 80s' and 21st century's tasks as a librarian; the law of library, the standards, the influence of department on library and job analysis. The results; the number of technical services have been reduced while professional information services increased as well as media resources. This is because they are trying to satisfy all kind of users. The librarians are acquiring of digital resources, preserving the resources, preparing on-line access, cooperating with other information centers to adjust the great increase of work in digital library.
An Evaluative Research on the Web Information Services of Korean Government Websites
Lee, Myeong-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 247~267
This study measures the effectiveness of 39 Korean Government websites in providing equitable and appropriate government information to the public. 39 government web sites were divided into two groups, 21 "departments or ministries" and 18 "offices". Five evaluation criteria were information contents of services, fluent operation of services, feedback mechanism, easiness of access, and design. The study showed that there are some different results between 21 "departments or ministries" and 18 "offices". Most information services provided by Government websites were slightly moderately appreciated by the researchers. Some problems and resolutions for the improvement of government websites are provided. Also, some suggestions for the government website designers and administrators are made.
The Practical Effectiveness of the Intellectual Property Legislation of the R&D National Projects
Yoo, Sa-Rah ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 269~283
Research and Development projects sponsored by the government are one of the main production sectors of academic and research information in domestic area. The access control and information service of R&D outcomes should be considered as a critical factor of nation-wide knowledge-based IS management. This study focused on the practical utilities of three IPR legislations of the government projects and analyzed if they are good enough to support the information service in recent digital network environment. Some suggestions in different perspectives were provided for the improvement of the existed IPR legislation.
A Study on the Functions and Activities of National Scholar Information Network Systems
Shin, Dong-Min ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 16, issue 1, 2005, Pages 285~314
The purpose of this study is to review and analyze the overlapping functions and activities of the nationwide scientific and technical information network system This study is helpful for users to gather information and for librarians and nations to reduce wastage of budgets through discarding the duplicated expenses of performing activities of the network systems. The research targets are KISTI and KERIS, which are functioning as the information network systems in the fields of science and technology. The research methods are literary reviews for theory background and analysis of their activities from internet homepages. As a result of the research, it is found and confirmed that there are some overlapping and duplicating functions and activities in the network systems.