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Volume 25, Issue 4 - Dec 2014
Volume 25, Issue 3 - Sep 2014
Volume 25, Issue 2 - Jun 2014
Volume 25, Issue 1 - Mar 2014
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A Comparative Study on the Codes of Ethics by Professional Associations of Libraries, Archives and Museums in Foreign Countries
Kim, Jihyun ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 5~27
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.005
This study investigated professional values on which the practices and the perceptions of professions were based, then identified common professional values and different ones. The codes of ethics by professional organizations of libraries, archives, or museums in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Australia were selected for the analysis. Predicated on the literature review, common professional values were derived from the existing studies. While conducting the analysis, 13 values were identified and finalized. As a result, it was found that common professional values included access, privacy, stewardship, professional conduct and professional responsibilities to the society. Intellectual freedom in the library area, records as an evidence in the archive area, and research and interpretation in the museum area are those emphasized and unique in each area.
A Study on the Development of a Metadata Schema for Sports Moving Records
Jang, Ji Won ; Kim, Soojung ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 29~57
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.029
This study aims to develop a metadata schema for sports moving records based on a multiple entity model as an attempt to suggest an effective way to manage, retrieve, and utilize sports moving records. The multiple entity model consists of four entities - sports match, match contributors, moving records, and record management business - and metadata elements were developed for each entity. In addition, authority records for sports team and persons were created to ensure the consistency of terminology and provide rich contextual information. The suggested multiple entity model, metadata elements, and authority records for sports teams and persons were verified, modified, and expanded by a group of experts including a sports marketing expert and professors in the sports department.
A Study on the Itinerant Librarian at Small Libraries
Kim, Su-Jin ; Kim, You-Seung ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 59~78
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.059
Since 2010, the itinerant librarian project has aimed to support small libraries and to establish cooperative systems between public libraries and small libraries. However, the project has been criticized for several issues, although there are some positive evaluations. In this context this study aims to analyze various issues of the project and to provide alternative strategies. Based on analyzing previous studies the study discusses the concept and social background of itinerant librarians. Furthermore, it explores the issues of the project, including low awareness and employment instability of itinerant librarians through the interviews with participants of the project. As a result, the study provides six alternative strategies to improve the project.
A Study on Green Library Construction Status and Awareness
Hong, Suji ; Noh, Younghee ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 79~108
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.079
The purpose of this study was to research instances of green library construction and recognition in order to increase awareness of green libraries. To this end, we investigated the green library's outline and green building, evaluated cases of G-SEED certified libraries, and surveyed the employees at the 16 different G-SEED certified libraries. Results showed that the employees' knowledge of green libraries and the green certification system was low, whereas their interest and needs regarding the green library concept were very high. Second, the respondents were able to recognize as a whole the factors of green library construction based on the evaluation items for G-SEED and place particular emphasis on 'recyclable resources & recycling bins.' However, only a few recognized 'water reclamation/reuse system establishment' as a green library factor. Third, the respondents largely agreed upon an evaluation of items on the suitability of G-SEED, and their ranked reasons for build a green library were preventing environmental pollution, energy-saving, environment, ecology, and indoor environmental factors. Fourth, a lack of 'awareness about the concept of the green library' was thought to most affect the awareness of difficulties in green library construction, and the respondents agreed with the need for 'library image enhancement' to better manage expectations of the green library.
Digital Library in the Notion of Publishing, II : Practical Design of the Hybrid Digital Library
Chung, Jun Min ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 109~128
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.109
A digital library could be understood as not a part of information cycling, but whole process of information production, circulation and reproduction. This study suggests that a digital library should be a creator as which it is publishing, circulating, and re-producing the information resources. Therefore, the role of intrinsic DRM (Digital Resources Management) can be interpreted as a digital library. Open access model have been already adopted to many university libraries, many university libraries are publishing free access online research resources by themselves. Also, research collection based on cloud computing can be extended to networked research collection and share with other university libraries. These evidences show future library can be the digital library with online and open accessible publishing function.
A Study on the Effects of a Bibliotherapy Program on the Stress Recognition and Reactions of Middle School Students: With a Focus on Picture Books and Paper Craft Art Activities
Ryu, Ji-Seon ; Cho, Miah ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 129~146
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.129
This study aims to present the effects that a bibliotherapy program based on picture books and paper craft art activities had on middle school students' stress recognition and the changes in their reactions. To this end, we adopted an experimental research design model with pre/post-test measurements of stress recognition and reactions using first grade middle school students with emotional difficulties. The results show that a bibliotherapy program based on picture books and paper craft art activities does have significant effects on the stress recognition and reactions of middle school students. The 5 of 5 sub-domains of the stress recognition had significant difference. The sub-domains are: family environment, friends, study, teacher/school. The 6 of 7 sub-domains of the stress reactions except fatigue had significant difference. The sub-domains are: tention, frustration, anger, depression, somatization, aggression.
An Analysis of Research Behaviors in Bibliotherapy Programs: Focusing on Journal Articles during 2001-2014
Lee, Myeong-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 147~169
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.147
This study was conducted to contribute to the improvement of bibliotherapy programs in the LIS field by analyzing 76 bibliotherapy program researches of 6 different major fields published in journals during 2001 to 2014. The programs were analyzed in terms of research trends, major areas, subjects and detail subjects. According to the study, the proportion of graduate students was higher than that of professors and instructors in terms of researchers' status in LIS and psychology. Also, programs for elementary students were found to be frequently carried out in schools and libraries by all fields. As for the topics of the programs, self-esteem was the most frequent topic and others such as depression, broken families, sociality, academic achievement and interpersonal relationships were also being dealt with. Detail subjects, measurement tools and application data have been proposed according to different research subjects.
A Study on Varieties of Subject Access and Usabilities of the National Library of Korea Subject Headings
Chung, Yeon Kyoung ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 171~185
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.171
The purposes of this study are to examine the various methods of subject access in the rapidly changing environment and to suggest the future of subject access in National Library of Korea (NLK). First of all, current status and problems of Library of Congress Subject Headings List as an representative subject headings in the world and the ways of improving effectiveness of subject retrieval were dealt with. As the ways of improving subject access, social bookmarking, folksonomy, tagging, facet applications, automatic assignment of keyword, thesauri, classification system, and auto-assigned search box were suggested. Finally, current status of NLK subject headings and the ways of improving for utilization of the subject headings as subject access were provided.
A Study on Public Libraries' User Behaviors Based upon Circulation Data in Gangseo and Yangcheon Region
Heo, Sun ; Chung, Yeon Kyoung ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 187~207
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.187
Public library user studies are required for better services and circulation records can be used as specific library data to identify common user patterns of the libraries. This study examined 754,198 of circulation data set - number of users, frequencies of circulation, volume of time of circulation and etc. The results of this study indicate the possibility of using circulation data to analyze the usage patterns in public libraries and to provide major types of users, collections, time of circulation, and common library user behaviors for better public library services.
A Study on Design and Application of Central Archives Management System Based on Cloud Computing
Jung, Yeyong ; Shim, Gab-Yong ; Kim, Yong ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 209~233
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.209
This study is to propose an archive management model based on cloud computing for preservation and utilization, as analyzing the characteristic of business model, electronic records and archival system. To achieve the goals this study classifies hardware and software resources by cloud computing models and redesigns business processes based on cloud computing. Adopting cloud computing technology in a central archives management system can be a exemplary case for other archives management systems to improve system and business performance.
Deployment of BIBFRAME as a New Bibliographic Framework in Linked Data
Park, Ok Nam ; Oh, Jung Sun ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 235~263
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.235
Library of Congress introduced BIBFRAME as a new bibliographic framework to enhance web accessibility of bibliographic records and their integration to Web of data. This study introduces BIBFRAME model and its current status, reviews BIBFRAME classes and properties, and presents a mapping between MARC21 and BIBFRAME. The study aims to help the understanding the deployment of BIBFRAME in bibliographic description. BIBFRAME categorizes bibliographic entities into Work-Instance, and employs RDF/XML and URIs to identify resources and specify semantics of the resources on the Web. It also suggests an Annotation entity to provide additional information produced by users and external organizations. BIBFRAME is significant in that it presents a new paradigm of bibliographic description and expands users' information discovery in the context of Linked Data. Continuous researches are required to support its content model agnostic application to diverse resource type, which may entail a modification of BIBFRAME model and vocabulary. It also calls for guidelines for using the complicated vocabulary in a coherent way.
A Study on the Conceptualization of Information Resources for Localities Based on the FRBRoo/CIDOC CRM
Hyun, Moonsoo ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 265~290
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.265
The aim of the study is to examine the applicability of FRBRoo / CIDOC CRM to conceptualize information resources for localities. It attemps to establish the conceptual structure and the relationship of them and seeks ways to apply the model. For this purpose, almost 30 articles specially in localities research were analysed and categories of information resources for localities were identified. After examining conceptual model in cultural information management sectors (library, museum, archive), 6 case of conceptualization were attempted based on FRBRoo / CIDOC CRM. In conclusion, it presented that FRBRoo / CIDOC CRM could be applied to various type of information resources for localities and that it could be possible to represent information resources based on particular space(place, local) through the conceptualization.
A National Study Explaining the Public Library Use among Korean Adults: Examining the Influence of Individual Characteristics, Local Library Inputs, and Local Government Investments
Kwon, Nahyun ; Song, Kyeong-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 291~312
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.291
The purpose of this national study is to identify the factors affecting the public library use among the Korean adult population. The study constructed a model of three types of factors to explain the frequency of public library visits: an individual's socio-demographic characteristics, input and output measures of the local library, and the community size and library investment of the local government. The data were collected from both a national representative sample of 1,000 adults of 18 years old or above who participated in a web survey and the 2013 National Library Statistics of Korea. It was found that a more frequent public library visit occurred when a person who read more and lived closer to the library, which was newly established in a small to medium-sized scale, who lives in a city with a greater population and with more library staff members serving a fewer patrons. Implications for future public library constructions and for public services were suggested based on the study findings.
A Systematic Review on Concept-based Image Retrieval Research
Chung, EunKyung ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 313~332
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.313
With the increased creation, distribution, and use of image in context of the development of digital technologies and internet, research endeavors have accumulated drastically. As two dominant aspects of image retrieval have been considered content-based and concept-based image retrieval, concept-based image retrieval has been focused in the field of Library and Information Science. This study aims to systematically review the accumulated research of image retrieval from the perspective of LIS field. In order to achieve the purpose of this study, two data sets were prepared: a total of 282 image retrieval research papers from Web of Science, and a total of 35 image retrieval research from DBpia in Kore for comparison. For data analysis, systematic review methodology was utilized with bibliographic analysis of individual research papers in the data sets. The findings of this study demonstrated that two sub-areas, image indexing and description and image needs and image behavior, were dominant. Among these sub-areas, the results indicated that there were emerging areas such as collective indexing, image retrieval in terms of multi-language and multi-culture environments, and affective indexing and use. For the user-centered image retrieval research, college and graduate students were found prominent user groups for research while specific user groups such as medical/health related users, artists, and museum users were found considerably. With the comparison with the distribution of sub-areas of image retrieval research in Korea, considerable similarities were found. The findings of this study expect to guide research directions and agenda for future.
A Study on the Relationship between Cultural Disposition of LIS Students and their Collaborative Learning: Through Self- and Peer-Evaluation
Park, Sung-Jae ; Kim, Yang-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 333~349
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.333
This study exploratively investigated the cultural disposition of undergraduates in LIS and their collaborative learning. To identify the cultural disposition, this study employed the Triandis' scale identifying four dimensions including horizontal individualism, vertical individualism, horizontal collectivism, vertical collectivism. Additionally, their collaborative learning was analyzed by self- and peer-evaluation surveys. The findings showed that 66.7% LIS students had the horizontal collectivism and their contribution to the collaboration was higher than other groups. Additionally, the gender difference indicated that female students actively participated in the collaboration and gave more contributions than male students. However, the female students had low satisfaction to the collaboration. These results can be used to improve LIS students' collaborative learning.
Author Gender in American Documentation, 1950-1969
Walker, Thomas D. ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 25, issue 4, 2014, Pages 351~359
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2014.25.4.351
The field of information science has been documented in several ways during its existence and in some ways has mirrored that of other scientific disciplines during the same period. This article examines variables related to author gender of information science articles in American Documentation (AD) during its entire run, 1950 through 1969. Published by the American Documentation Institute, AD was a primary information science journal of its time, changing its name in 1970 to the Journal of the American Society for Information Science (JASIS), corresponding with the change of the parent organization's name to the American Society for Information Science (1968). AD was preceded by an earlier "information science" publication, the Journal of Documentary Reproduction (JDR), 1938-1942, issued by the American Library Association. Studies indicate that females contributed about 8% for the entire run of articles in JDR (1938-1942) and about 22% for the first twenty-seven years of JASIS (1970-1996). The present study explores the nature of female contributions to AD for the middle period (1950-1969). It has been determined that for the entire run of the journal under the name AD, female authors comprised about 17% of the contributors, which places their publishing percentage for this period between the earlier and later periods, thus expectedly filling the gap.