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Volume 19, Issue 2 - Dec 2008
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Cooperative Plans for Information Resource Sharing of Cultural Heritage Institutions
Cho, Yoon-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 19, issue 2, 2008, Pages 5~21
Cultural heritage institutions need to construct a cooperative network beyond an organization and a region based on products that cultural experiences and _expressions of human beings. They should serve as primary social agencies which need to create various information services of cultural heritage through integrated system management that social members are accessible to cultural contents such as _document resources of holding libraries, rich inheritance of museums, and works of art museums. This study indicated acts and considerable facts that have clauses the cooperative background of cultural heritage institutions which are libraries, museums, art museums and archives, and also intro! duced the cases of cooperative networks as an integrated system of libraries, museums, and art museums in North America and EU. Based on the analysis, this study suggested cooperative plans of cultural heritage institutions for political and systemic aspects, technical aspects, and human resource aspects.
A Study of Integrated RM & IM with KM Governance: Public Enterprise Centered
Jeong, Ki-Ae ; Nam, Young-Joon ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 19, issue 2, 2008, Pages 23~43
Knowledge resources are classified with two groups, the records produced by internal parts of company and general information materials from external organizations. Production, acquisition, storage, retrieval and utilization patterns of two groups became similar due to digitization of knowledge resources. And separated RM and IM should be changed integrated management concept. This paper compares RM and IM based on KM governance strategy and several methods to integrate RM and IM. Especially the selection and identification of knowledge resources, information systems to be integrated and the methods of integration and integrators of public enterprises are presented.
A Study on the Application of a CRM-based FRBR Ontology for Cultural Heritage Information: Based on the FRBRoo(object-oriented FRBR)
Park, Zi-Young ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 19, issue 2, 2008, Pages 45~62
A reference ontology for cultural heritage information, CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model (CRM), has promoted cooperation among memory institutions and FRBRoo, re-constructed version of FRBR based on CRM, was developed. In this study, the harmonized ontology version of FRBR, FRBRoo, was analysed and, as a results, the followings are suggested: empowered interoperability for information exchange and integration among cultural institutions and designing more comprehensible inference rules than original FRBR model. Moreover, the by-products of harmonization gave opportunity to recognize internal inconsistencies of the FRBR model and CRM itself and refine them.
A Study on How to Reinforce Cooperative Network and Council of Children's Library Service
Kwak, Chul-Wan ; Noh, Young-Hee ; Park, Jong-Bum ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 19, issue 2, 2008, Pages 63~84
This study aims to set a cooperative network system for children's service in public libraries in Korea centering on the National Library for Children and Young Adults. The purpose of the study is to foster effective online and offline cooperation among public libraries through the National Library for Children and Young Adults and improve children's library service. Based on the survey results and face-to-face interviews the study suggests various ways to strengthen cooperative network system and public library council for children's service. First is to empower the council and to that end, to expand the cooperative network as well as to clearly set its role. Secondly it advises to capitalize from council's homepage service and adapt social-networking tools.
Constituents Analysis of Guidelines for Public Library Space
Kim, Sun-Ae ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 19, issue 2, 2008, Pages 85~105
The purpose of this study is to provide guidelines and recommendations on the process of planning and designing library space and it also reflects on developments which should be considered when planning new library space. The methodology of estimating library space needs of IFLA, a guide for public library building in New South Wales of Australia, and the recommendations for academic libraries in French were analysed. The results given throughout theses guidelines and recommendations are able to develop the guide for public library space in Korea. The guide suggested defines six broad types of library space; collection area, readers and library users, library staff, conference, meeting and cultural space, mechanical and support services, additional services areas. It is import to remember however that each library building and the service it provides is unique and should reflect the needs and aspiration of its community.
Information Poverty Viewed Through the Families of Children With Developmental Disabilities
Seo, Ok-Youn ; Chang, Durk-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 19, issue 2, 2008, Pages 107~128
The purpose of this study is to portray the phenomena of information poverty of the families of children with developmental disabilities. The focus was especially put on investigating their information needs of everyday lives and information-seeking behaviors. The sample group includes six children with developmental disabilities and their families, mainly mothers. The investigation was conducted by the participant observation and in-depth interviews. The study found out that they sought the formal information sources such as medical specialists and special agencies first with which they were not satisfied. As a result, they rather relied on informal information sources. And the information from 'the group of families of children with developmental disabilities' was thought to be the most reliable information for them. In terms of information related behaviors, the strongest information needs were regarding the children's special education, especially to the school education, and they made effort to seek reliable information. They, however, tended to passively treat their personal concerns that are not related to their disabled children. This study found out that their information poverty is in terms of the information environment, information sources and their attitude to information, and that it comes from the external(social) factors as well as internal(individual) ones.
A Comparative Study of Notes in KDC and DDC
Chung, Yeon-Kyoung ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 19, issue 2, 2008, Pages 129~146
Notes in library classification systems are inevitable tools for creating and building of classification numbers. The purposes of this study are to make better notes in Korean Decimal Classification(KDC) by analyzing and comparing notes in other library classification system and to assign the most appropriate classification numbers based upon the better notes. In order to achieve these purposes, analyzing notes in Dewey Decimal Classification(DDC) and KDC was carried. And the comparison of notes used in 000 Computer science, information, general works in DDC and KDC was done. Based upon these analysis, additional notes and their various forms were suggested.
The Analysis of Information Structure of the Community Information Menus of Korean Church Websites in the US
Lee, Myeong-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 19, issue 2, 2008, Pages 147~164
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether the community information menus on the websites of Korean American Churches function well as community information sources to Korean American church members. Community information menus from 12 korean American church websites were compared in terms of information structure and labeling systems. Problems were shown and new informational structures and category labels to fully support the functions of Korean American church websites have been proposed. The proposed model was divided into three main aspects, the first sub menu category, the second sub menu category, and the third sub menu category.
A Case Study of the Effective Strategy Fostering Library-Assisted Instruction Based on the Fixed Schedule of Subject-Specific Classes
Song, Gi-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 19, issue 2, 2008, Pages 165~186
The purpose of this study is to indicate a case that applied forming a instructional community-establishing instructional strategies-developing learning and assessment toolkits as a connective strategy between information literacy and curricula to foster the Library-Assisted instruction(LAI). In this case a new instructional community consisted of a teacher librarian, a korean language teacher, a korean history teacher and a korean geography teacher of the 10th grade. The community developed integrated learning topics connected with subject-specific classes and designed LAI's instructional strategy. Finally learning and assessment toolkits containing information problem solving and resources using model were designed by this community. This method can provide students with enough time in using resources and teach information literacy systematically. Also it will help teacher librarians improve leadership and partnership in the school community.
A Study on Mentoring for University Librarians: Case Study of P University Library
Lee, Cheol-Chan ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 19, issue 2, 2008, Pages 187~198
If mentoring is performed in university libraries for mentors, the senior librarians with much experience and mentees, the juniors with less or no experience, how would they respond to it and what would be the mentoring they wish to do? This study aims to find those out by analyzing data. For this, it referred to literature and conducted a survey with the subject of the librarians at the P university library. As a result, they showed relatively higher intentions to participate in mentoring. Their highest interest topics were their job related advice or consultation. For the mentor-mentee matching, they wished to have such relationship from the board organized in the library, or mentees wanted to select. They chose work ability as the most important requirement for their partners involved in the mentoring. They responded that the best mentor-mentee matching would be 1:1 and less than a year would be appropriate for the mentoring period. As shown above, most of the librarians showed intentions to participate in mentoring for their professional development and self-learning opportunity; therefore, university libraries should publicize librarians' mentoring actively and develop various programs for it.