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Volume 26, Issue 4 - Dec 2015
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A Study on the Support System of Alternative Materials for College Students with Visual Impairment
Suh, Hye-Ran ; Kang, Eun-Yeong ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 5~30
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.005
The attention to higher education of individuals with disabilities has been increased. But, there is no concern for successful university life of students with visual impairment. The purpose of this study is to propose systematic learning-support systems for enhancing the rights of college students with visual impairment in accessing and using library materials. To accomplish the purpose of this study, the current states of alternative material system for those with visual impairment and use behavior of college students with visual impairment in Korea were analyzed. This study concluded with the following strategies for constructing the systematic support system for the alternative materials for college students with visual impairment: 1) improvement of The National Library for Individuals with Disabilities' function; 2) empowerment of service center for student with disabilities in University through strengthening network; 3) technical and systematic improvement for copyright protection.
A Study on the Investigation of the Awareness for the Privacy of the Users at the School Libraries
Sim, Jae-yun ; Noh, Younghee ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 31~63
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.031
This research was based on the investigation of the awarenesses of librarians of issues regarding the privacy of the users of school libraries. It sought to determine if, by raising the issue of the importance of the need for the protection of the personal information of the users of the school libraries, and the implications of not paying attention to the rules in effect, the awareness regarding the privacy of the users of school libraries would be improved. For this, previous research related to the privacy of the students, the legal basis for the protection of the privacy of the domestic and foreign students, and the types of the infringements upon the protection of their personal information were investigated. A survey was conducted to measure the awareness of issues related to the privacy of the users of the library. The research showed the results as follows: First, the awarenesses regarding the privacy of the users of the school libraries appeared low, and low recognition was also found regarding the awareness of the cases of the infringements upon the privacy of the users of the school libraries; regarding the awareness in relation to the protection of privacy; regarding the seriousness of the privacy problems of the users; and regarding the factors that can encroach upon the privacy of the users. Second, regarding the seriousness felt when the library records of the users of the school libraries are leaked to the outside, 41.6% of the respondents responded by saying "It is serious", and 18.4% responded by saying "It is not serious". Third, as a result of investigating the awareness regarding whether the consent of the person concerned is needed in case a third party requests access to reading the records in the library, 68.5% of the respondent responded "It is needed", and only 10.4% responded "It is not needed". Last, in the investigation into whether the respondents had the experience of being educated as to the rules related to the privacy of the users at a school or an external organization, over 80% of the respondents answered that they did not receive it.
A Study on After-Reading Activity by Types of Multiple Intelligences
Lim, Seong-Gwan ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 65~82
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.065
This study tries to discuss the problems of reading education based on the theory of multiple intelligences and after reading activity. For the theory of multiple intelligences, Dr. Howard Gardner asserted eight types of multiple intelligences under the presupposition the anyone had infinite ability. He analyzed and applied reading education by types of multiple intelligences and proposed a new program for the reading education aiming to evenly promote children's various intelligences and heighten their creativities. The purpose of the new program is to have children throw away the idea that they should perfect their resultants in reading education time, develop their own strong intelligences through various experiences and processes and complement their lacking abilities. To prove the validity of the program I made FGI (Focus Group Interview) to the sample group consisting of child reading education experts. Analyzing the interview showed that the general idea of the group corresponded to the researcher's expectation effect. I see that reading education has one-dimensionally developed significance if it enables all the children of the present and the future not to have the oppressive feeling that they should produce masterpieces in reading education but to take pleasure in the activities and improve their own abilities.
A Study on the Emotional Vocabulary Based on Space Assessment of the Academic Library
Noh, Dong-Jo ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 83~104
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.083
This study intends to provide guidance for library design and assessment by eliciting the emotional vocabulary related to academic library space. In order to accomplish the goal of this study, 12 major emotional vocabularies related to academic library space were derived through 5 stages of extraction and refinement processes. Literature search and analysis of preceding research, focus group interview and survey of academic librarians and users of the academic library, evaluation of similarity through KJ Method, etc., selected 12 adjectives of emotional vocabulary as follows: diverse, satisfactory, necessary, full, clean, stable, appropriate, harmonious, open, warm, natural, and excellent.
Study on eBook Acquisition Model based on Patron-Driven Acquisitions
Cho, Jane ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 105~121
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.105
PDA model is new collection development method not only corresponding user's demand, but also expensing acquisition budget effectively. In the PDA model, when the trigger that indicates user's demand reaches up to treshold, e-book is automatically purchased without librarian's interrogation. This study examines concept, basic principles, and current condition of operation about PDA and finds a way that could applicate to Korean university library foreign E-book consortium. Current model of university library e-book acquisition pursuit reduction of budget and utility value, but the selected collection is not based on user's demand. Therefore, it could be considerable to apply PDA or evidence based purchase model to foreign e-book acquisition consortium.
A Study on Design and Implementation for Web-toon Archives
Lee, Jae-Na ; Kim, Yong ; Oh, Hyo-Jung ; Kim, Geon ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 123~149
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.123
As a mixture of both words 'Web' and 'Cartoon'. Webtoon is a sort of cartoons that come up with development of information technology. Web-toon is not just a cartoon but an OSMU for culture industries such as movies, dramas, games and more. While Web-toon's value is increasing, activities of securing and managing it as archives seem quite slow. To preserve web-toon as a web archives and digital contents which has long-term archival value effectively web archiving system should be required. This study analyzes webtoon's type and features. Also, requirements for web archiving system are extracted from case analysis of existing digital archives. With the results, this study proposes a method to design and implement web-toon archives based on OAIS reference model.
A Study on the Methods to Improve Records Management of the National University: Focused on Industry-University Cooperation Center of the Foothold National Universities
Bae, Sung Jung ; Kim, Tae Young ; Han, Hye Won ; Kim, Yong ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 151~178
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.151
This study aims to identify the problems of the records management of the foothold national university related university-industry collaboration. For these purpose, the study conducted a literature survey. Moreover, this study compared and analyzed the content of university archives and university-industry collaboration web sites. In addition, we gained the materials from the national archives in Korea thorough a request of information disclosure. It was found that problems and improvements in terms of institutional and achievement management. Consequently, based on the analysis, cooperation framework between university archives and university-industry collaboration was developed. With the proposed system, the academic utilization of university-industry collaboration records can be facilitated.
An Analysis of Research Trends on Theory Use in Korean Library and Information Science: Focusing on Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science from 2010 through 2014
Kim, Sung-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 179~200
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.179
The purpose of this study is to examine research trends on theory use in Korean LIS, and ultimately to identify its academic growth and change. This study conducted content analysis, with a sample of 344 articles in Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science during the past five years from 2010 to 2014. Then longitudinal analysis was additionally carried out by comparing with a data set from 1984 to 2003. Findings are as follows. 13.7% of research articles used theories on average 2.02 times. The most theories were deployed at the level of Spot Citing and the next most theories were at the level of Theory Application. Research on the subject of education and information use/seeking used theories most frequently. Theories from LIS were 31.9% and those from social science were 58.3% of all. Also, longitudinal analysis results support the conclusion that there was no quantitative increase but was clear qualitative growth in theoretical research of LIS. And the current theoretical framework of LIS research has closer relationships with pedagogy and psychology among social science disciplines than in the past.
The Historical Changes of Information Literacy Instruction in Japanese School Libraries
Kim, So-Young ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 201~219
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.201
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the historical changes of information literacy instruction in Japanese school libraries and in-depth research into recent educational situations. Related literature researches, the publication of School Library Association, The Courses of Study have been reviewed in this paper. As results of this research, information literacy education in Japanese school library has been developed from introductory period of the library use guidance after late 1940's, seek period of teaching method development after late 1950's, establishment period of information literacy instruction after 1980's, and enlargement period of inquiry based learning after 2000's.
A Comparative Study on the Library and Social Cataloging: Focusing on the Cataloging Rules
Baek, Ji-Won ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 221~244
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.221
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the current and overall situation of cataloging ecosystem focusing on the interrelationship between traditional library and social cataloging site cataloging. For this, an extensive research and analysis was conducted concerning comparative analysis on cataloging rules of the library and social cataloging. As a result, not only the similarity and difference but also interrelationship between library and social cataloging was analyzed in detail. In addition, the characteristics of the cataloging rules were analyzed by the stage of cataloging in the library and the social cataloging environment. This study provides implications for mutual understanding and cooperation between library and social cataloging. The result may have significant meaning in prospecting cataloging ecosystem and planning further study on facilitating interaction and leading knowledge organization development.
An Informetric Analysis of Topics in University's General Education
Choi, Sanghee ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 245~262
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.245
As the topics of general education in universities become more diverse, it is not an easy task to identify the topics of general education courses. This study aims to identify and visualize the topics of A university's general education courses using informetric analysis methods. 214 syllabi were collected and titles, course introduction, goals, and weekly plans were analyzed. 278 topic words were extracted from the data set and grouped into 8 clusters. In the network analysis, topic clusters were divided into two areas, personal and social. Personal area has 14 sub-topic clusters and social area has 11 sub-topic clusters. In personal area, 'language', 'science', and 'personality' were major topic clusters. In social area, 'multi-culture' cluster was the core cluster with connected to four other clusters. The topic network generated in this study can be used for the university and the university library to enhance general education or to develop collections for general education.
A Study of Ways to Utilize MOOCs in LIS Education
Chang, Yunkeum ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 263~282
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.263
Online education in the field of LIS has continued to spread out in university curricula or with collaborative online programs through consortia among universities. Unlike the traditional online education, however, MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) with the recent advent and advances have risen as a new paradigm in education of the future in that these are massive online learner-centered courses, free and open to any person with no limit on enrollment. With no exception to this phenomenon, the LIS field centered by overseas iSchool universities has been offering MOOCs for core LIS courses. This research conducted a case study of utilizing a part of overseas LIS MOOCs in a core LIS course at domestic University-A, in order to explore the potential for utilizing overseas MOOCs in LIS education. The results of conducting a survey and a focus group interview to students discovered that MOOCs content was interesting and useful and many of them were willing to take other MOOCs in the future, despite some language barriers. Based on these findings, this study suggested the need for establishing educational value, administering methods, ways to motivate students, and designing MOOCs by incorporating the characteristics of the LIS field, as ways to utilize MOOCs in LIS education.
Web Accessibility of Healthcare Websites of Korean Government and Public Agencies: Automated and Expert Evaluations
Yi, Yong Jeong ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 26, issue 4, 2015, Pages 283~304
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2015.26.4.283
The purpose of this study was to identify Web accessibility issues of healthcare websites of the Korean government and public agencies by evaluating these websites' accessibility in accordance with the Korean Web Contents Accessibility Guideline. This study conducted both automated and expert testing to assess the accessibility of a total of 27 health-related websites. The results of the assessment which was conducted in two stages indicated that institutions such as the National Hospital and National Rehabilitation Center demonstrated almost no Web accessibility error. In addition, the Korea Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service, the Ministry of Health and Welfare, the Health Services Agency, the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, and the Korea Medical Dispute Mediation and Arbitration Agency attained very high web accessibility. However, the results of an expert evaluation highlighted that there were considerable errors in providing appropriate alternative text, which was not found in the automated test, and the color contrast of the text content did not comply with Web accessibility standard. Therefore, these websites did not support web accessibility for the sight-impaired. Furthermore, the present study found that it was difficult to deliver accurate information to users due to errors in the default language display and markup, and also, issues of skipping repeated content, content linearization, and compliance with keyboard use were considered as challenges that might arise for people with sight, cognitive and mobility impairments with respect to Web accessibility. It is the first study that evaluated accessibility of healthcare websites of the Korean government and public agencies based on the Korean Web Contents Accessibility Guideline. The present study made a contribution to research on Web accessibility by conducting expert testing, which provided a more complete assessment that identified the degree and specific issues of accessibility errors when compared to automated testing.