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Journal of Information Management
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Volume 26, Issue 4 - Dec 1995
Volume 26, Issue 3 - Sep 1995
Volume 26, Issue 2 - Jun 1995
Volume 26, Issue 1 - Mar 1995
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An Empirical Study on the Success Factors of Technology Information Management
Kwon, Choong-Hwan ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 26, issue 1, 1995, Pages 1~15
This study attempted to measure the usefulness and success of technology information management system, by analysing the cases of the enterprises and R&D institutes with respect to information management practices. It also presented an conceptual model for technology information management on the basis of general recognition and views of information managers as well as analysis of Critical Success Factors(CSFs) of technology information management, which may be a guide post for a systematic information management.
Digital Library and Information Management
Kim, Soon-Ja ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 26, issue 1, 1995, Pages 16~51
Information management area faced new challenge arised from the developments of the computer and the information network, and the advent of information super highway. With deep perception of importance of the information, developments of information technologies, and change of the users' environment, we came to envision the digital library. This paper intends to describe the concept and function of the digital library, and to examine some of information technologies such as CD-ROM, OCR technology and image scanning, hypertext, hypermedia and multimedia. And it also considers the strategies for electronic information services and the applicability of the current information technology for digitalization by case studies of the existing database systems.
A Study on Information Resource Management in Corporate Library and Information Units
Kim, Kyung ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 26, issue 1, 1995, Pages 52~79
The objective of this study is to apply Information Resource Management(IRM) methodology to corporate library and information units. The focus of the study fixes how to start, develop and establish IRM in corporations. The methodology of IRM is based on the way of integrating information contents and systems by information technology. The body of this study consists of three parts. Part 1 surveys the review of IRM progress, its definitions, its components, IRM policy, and IRM human resource. Part 2 suggests a modeling for IRM methodology, which includes the inventory for pinpointing each information resource entity(IRE), the analysis of information needs, the measuring cost of IRE, and the evaluation of information value. Part 3 investigates internal and external information resources of certain corporations and analyses the users' information needs.
The Strategy and the Tactics for Online Searching
Lee, Hyyj-Je ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 26, issue 1, 1995, Pages 80~98
Search strategies is a means to make an efficient search. Among several studies of search strategy, Bates'
has been often cited and introduced, but their studies have been superficial. In this paper, the contents of Bates'
are examined in detail, and we try to represent the actual online search process based upon Bates'
. The following three kinds of survey are made in order to clarify which and how tactics are used: (1) Interview with 7 searchers who belong to different types of organizations, and use different kinds of databases (2) Analysis of some online search records. (3) Analysis of written applications for a newspaper database during one year. In conclusion, Bates' tactics falls into categories and new several tactics which often used are added. The following five factors affect online search activities, search strategy, and search tactics. (1) the difficulty of search requests (2) the kinds of databases (3) the charging policy for each online search (4) the presence of the user during the search (5) the searcher' online experience In the limited condition, typical tactics are suggested, but in order to generalize the pattern of using tactics, further investigation is necessary.