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Volume 27, Issue 2 - Jun 2016
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A Study on the User Satisfaction of Records and Information Management System in Construction
Yun, Kyoungsook ; Lee, Yebin ; Kim, Seonghee ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 27, issue 2, 2016, Pages 5~27
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.2.005
To be able to present authenticity, or to cope with patent related cases or any possible law suite for intellectual. The purpose of this study was to investigate factors affecting the satisfaction of records and information management system on the construction industry. Data was collected through a survey of 129 employees who work for A engineering company. Independent variables in this study included system quality, information quality, and service quality. Latent variable was selected as easy of use and usefulness. Dependent variable was user's satisfaction for the system. The results of analysis of structural equation modeling showed that system quality was found to have both direct and indirect impacts on user's satisfaction. On the other hand, information quality was significant only in direct impact on ease of use. Service quality was not statistically significant in the effect on user's satisfaction.
A Study on the Creation of Social Capital Through the Use of Public Libraries
Lee, Seungmin ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 27, issue 2, 2016, Pages 29~50
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.2.029
This study conducted a survey research in order to prove the influence of public libraries on the creation of social capital. The analysis showed that the use of public libraries is generally focusing on information activities on a personal level and it is not extended to establish social relationships or form social trust between people on social level. If the personal information activities in public libraries are expanded to share information and opinions with other people, however, it can establish social relationships across people mediated by public libraries. It also has the possibilities to induce library users to participate reciprocal activities on social level. As a result, the information activities in public libraries on personal level can be extended to social levels mediated by public libraries, which can affect the creation of social capital. Based on these results, public libraries need to consider the social responsibilities on creating social capital as well as supporting information activities of members of society.
A Study on Librarians' Perception about Government 3.0
Noh, Younghee ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 27, issue 2, 2016, Pages 51~80
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.2.051
Recently in accordance with Government 3.0 policy, public data is being released in large quantities and entrepreneurs are succeeding in utilizing this policy to develop products and apps that increase the convenience of the people to use the information. As libraries belong to the public domain, libraries must open a variety of data to the public in accordance with the Government 3.0 policy, and make the various applications utilizing the data. Therefore, this study investigated the government 3.0 Policy, classified the success cases of the applications according to specific criteria, identified data having high availability from the library data, and tried to discover data that can increase the utilization value through the library from other subject areas. An awareness survey was conducted of librarians of the University and Special Library and the results are as follows: First, librarians' awareness about the Government 3.0 was more than the average of 3.6, whereas for the initiatives presented in 3.0. Second, those responding that the government 3.0 policy would have a positive effect on libraries were six times higher than those responding negatively. Third, the respondents listed the ways that the policy can be effectively utilized in the library, in order, as providing to the user public open data classified by topic, providing user education about utilizing method of public open data, and privacy-related user education regarding open data utilization. Fourth, there was overall agreement by the respondents that public open data would be helpful in improving the library's changing role and image, with 60% responding in a positive way.
An Analysis of Reading Programs of Public Libraries in Korea
Lee, Jongmoon ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 27, issue 2, 2016, Pages 81~94
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.2.081
This study analyzes the problems in reading program of public libraries and provides some suggestions for the program development and management. For this analysis, I sampled and examined 350 news articles to reading programs done in the public libraries between 2013 and 2015. The result shows that 41.4% of the collected articles were the news about the reading programs in Seoul Metropolitan areas. While the articles about simple reading programs occupied 69.9%, the mixed activity programs reached a significant amount in total. In addition, 51.3% of program participants was under the elementary children and their parents, but only 9.0% program participants came from low socioeconomic status classes. 86 reading programs (28.4%) were designed for one-day events without a long-term policy. Based on such analyses, this study provides three suggestions: utilizing public relation teams and communicating mass media to advertize reading programs to local residents, developing systematic reading programs in users' needs, managing the reading programs for all kinds of local residents.
A Study on the Construction and Utilization of Digital Archives for Intangible Cultural Heritage in Korea
Han, Hui-Jeong ; Oh, Hyo-Jung ; Kim, Tae-Young ; Kim, Yong ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 27, issue 2, 2016, Pages 95~134
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.2.095
The intangible cultural heritage possesses the extremely important meaning and value irrespective of its form. The value of the intangible cultural heritage becomes the important driving force in the social development as useful resources of reflecting social aspects and historical records that the life and tradition of past is delivered. Hence, this study aims to propose the method to manage and provide of the intangible cultural heritage syntagmatically from the digital aspect. For this the plan, the study compared and analyzed the current status of digital archiving of intangible cultural heritage. Consequently, based on the analysis, policy based on cultural governance and standardized management factors were developed. The method to materialize digital contents was developed for constructing digital archives and utilization of intangible cultural heritage can be facilitated.
A Study on the Book Festival: The Case of '2015 Seongbuk-Gu Book Festival'
Cho, Chan-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 27, issue 2, 2016, Pages 135~149
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.2.135
As the public reading campaign has been popular, the book festival, a sociocultural event in relation to the book and reading, becomes a growing public interest. The book festival which could be diversified by each community and its environment would be understood in the perspective of the performance of public library, the diffusion of public reading campaign and the sociocultural togetherness of the community. In that, this study focuses on the book festival of Seongbuk-Gu, Seoul, held in 2015. Specifically, this study looks into the theoretical underpinnings and the background of book festival, examines the case of the '2015 Seongbuk-Gu Book Festival' systematically, and analyzes the factors that influence the book festival, in order to enhance our understanding of the book festival in general.
A Study on the History of School and Community Libraries Movement in Korea
Byeon, Hyeon Ju ; Cho, Miah ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 27, issue 2, 2016, Pages 151~170
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.2.151
The purpose of this study is to analyze performance factors of the school and community libraries in its beginning, growth, development, and expansion to identify the assignment of the movement at the present stage. In this study, we performed interviews with those concerned with the school community and library movement and collected various relevant literature. The school and community libraries movement can be divided into five stages including beginning, growth, development, expansion, and turning point. Therefore performance and significance of school and community libraries shown in the history of the movement may be summarized as follows. First, school and community libraries were established mainly in areas isolated from cultural benefits, contributing to resolving problems such as a lack of public libraries and concentration of small libraries in certain areas. Second, the movement promoted the operation of school libraries by providing books for small-sized elementary schools in farming & fishing villages and mountain villages, libraries that were insufficient in books. Third, the movement utilized the minimal personnel, books, and spaces of school libraries to provide library services to community residents, securing permanence of library services, if nothing else. Fourth, school and community libraries played the role of local community-based libraries, intensifying the community spirit of residents and vitalizing communities.
A Study on the Management and Services of Web Resources in Policy Research Institutes
Lee, Myeong-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 27, issue 2, 2016, Pages 171~191
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.2.171
This research was examined to evaluate whether the websites of 6 policy research institutes provide web resources which were collected and provided as information resources, and that they were sure that the web resources had value as policy information by content analysis method. Web resources provided as policy information in policy research institutes were classified into and evaluated by 4 categories. Evaluation had been conducted on 10 items in the 4 categories of content, design, accessibility and meta data. From the result, the information content have been found to be reliable and up-to-date although more thorough description is required. Navigation and the search function in the design category were found to be excellent, but dead links were present in all of the institutions. The accessibility was proven to be great as it was able to access information with only three clicks. However, it has been found that a comprehensive review of the meta data is required in order to improve the accuracy of search functions. In conclusion, improvements to the dead link problems, quality control of the meta data, systematic and professional management plan of policy research information, and the establishment of a comprehensive policy research information portal system have been proposed.
A Study on the Relationship between Library budget and Library Usage
Kim, Sun Ae ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 27, issue 2, 2016, Pages 193~212
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.2.193
The purpose of this paper is to explain the necessity of secure budget in public libraries with regard to promoting library usage. It is namely to attempt to find out if there really is a connection between library funding and library usage. For this purpose, the relevant data of all the 31 public libraries in Busan were collected from the 2013 National library Statistics of Korea. To determine the connection between library funding and usage, two variables were selected, 'TFI (Total Funding Indicator) =
' for independent variable and 'LU (Library Usage) = (visits per year) + (loans per year)/number of inhabitants' for dependent variable. The results showed that there is a clear relationship between TFI and LU and If more cost is spent on personal resources and material resources, the total usage of the public library also increase. The findings are limited due to the fact that the observation was focusing on public libraries in one community and the period of observation was one year in 2013.
A Study on Community Information Services for Elderly People in Public Libraries
Kim, Daeun ; Cha, Mikyeong ;
Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science, volume 27, issue 2, 2016, Pages 213~233
DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.2.213
As elderly population increases their use of public libraries also increases, and thus, public library services for older people need to be more developed. The information needs of older population are mostly related to the everyday life, such as health, medical care, social welfare, the main services of public library community information services or information and referral services. Through a literature review, foreign case studies, homepage surveys, site surveys, this study explores types and content of community information for elderly people, and suggests, ways of enhancing community information services for elderly people.