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Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea
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Volume 15, Issue 4 - Nov 2015
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Aug 2015
Volume 15, Issue 2 - May 2015
Volume 15, Issue 1 - Feb 2015
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A Study on the Current Status of an Archive Village Project and Its Improvement Plan: The Case of I County
Oh, Yu-Jin ; Han, Hee-Jung ; Yuk, Hye-In ; Kim, Soojung ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 15, issue 2, 2015, Pages 7~30
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2015.15.2.007
In 2008, the National Archives of Korea initiated the Archive Village project for the purpose of protecting valuable private records and enhancing the awareness of archival culture. To justify the expense of the government-supported project and determine its future direction, it is necessary to analyze the current status of the project. To do that, the researchers visited an Archive Village in I county and examined its accessibility, exhibition contents, facilities, equipment, etc., through observation. Interviews were also conducted with the person in charge of the project in the National Archives of Korea, as well as eight residents and three persons who were involved in building and managing the Archive Village in I county. Based on the results of the observation and interviews, the study suggests recommendations to improve the operation of the Archive Village in I county. The findings of the study will help other villages plan acquisition and management, as well as how to make important private records in local areas available.
A Study on the Application of the Management System for Records Standard on University Archives: Based on ISO 30301
Kim, Cho Rong ; Han, Seunghee ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 15, issue 2, 2015, Pages 31~54
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2015.15.2.031
This study investigated the applicability of the Management System for Records Standard (ISO 30301) in university archives. To examine the current state of the university archives, we surveyed 57 university archives based on the requirements of ISO 30301. We analyzed the current state of the university archives through survey results and professional interviews. Subsequently, we suggested eight things that need improvement for the adoption of ISO 30301 in university archives.
A Study on the Extension of Archival Information Service Based on Linked Open Data in the Presidential Archives
Lee, Jeong Hyeon ; Lee, Youn Yong ; Bang, Ki Young ; Kim, Yong ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 15, issue 2, 2015, Pages 55~82
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2015.15.2.055
The Presidential Archives preserve and manage the president's records and archives, which accounts for the social and governmental operations during the president's term of office. However, search systems and online contents provided by the Presidential Archives are difficult to use. This study proposed an LOD-based archival information service for the comfort of users. The proposed service has a better extension of archival information service contents from President Roh's term. The provision of details is divided into three steps: first step sets up the establishment methods, second step creates ontological design, and third step converts it to RDF and connects to other institutions. Through the process, this study suggests an extension of archival information service in the Presidential Archives.
A Space-Based Approach to Organizing Local Records Using CIDOC CRM: A Case of the Port of Busan
Hyun, Moonsoo ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 15, issue 2, 2015, Pages 83~101
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2015.15.2.083
This study aims to examine the capability of organizing local records. Based on literature reviews, this study identified that space can be a useful context of records. Accordingly, it designed a records model on additional space entity. It attempted to organize five sample records based on the space of the port of Busan (Busanhang) using CIDOC CRM (6.0). In conclusion, it presented that a space entity provides relations across other entities. As such, it is possible to propose a defining space entity when designing records model that can support the understanding of records' contexts.
A Study on the Development of the National Assembly Archives and Records Integrated Management System
Kim, Jang-Hwan ; Lee, Eun Byol ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 15, issue 2, 2015, Pages 103~136
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2015.15.2.103
The National Assembly Archives of the Republic of Korea has been using the National Assembly Archives and Records Management System, which added some archival function to the Standard Records Management System that they had previously developed. However, the Standard Records Management System has limits in order to reflect all the business functions of the National Assembly Archives, which also acts as an archival institution, because the system had been developed and distributed to perform the function of a records center. Moreover, the current National Assembly Archives and Records Management System focuses on the management of official records transferred in accordance with the regulations. For this reason, it is difficult to register and manage various record types such as records of the members of the National Assembly (related to legislative activities), oral history collected from the National Assembly leader, audiovisual records of proceedings, and so on. As such, this study analyzed the problems of the current National Assembly Archives and Records Management System and conducted case studies of the systems in the National Archives, the Presidential Archives, Changwon City, and the Cultural Heritage Administration. Through this research, it proposed that system functions, metadata, the target system of the National Assembly Archives, and the Records Integrated Management System need a development plan.
A Study on Development of the Acquisition Policy for Young-nak Church's Archives
Lee, Eunjin ; Lee, Yujin ; Youn, Eunha ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 15, issue 2, 2015, Pages 137~164
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2015.15.2.137
A church's archives aims to preserve the history of the church and inherit the spiritual legacy of Christianity. It also plays critical roles in strengthening the identities of the church members. As such, this study focuses the role of a church archive and, in particular, its acquisition policies. An acquisition policy is the foundation of archival records management, which is achieved by balancing the scope of the collection and collecting various record types. For this, the authors analyzed the acquisition process of Young-nak Church's archives and also conducted in-depth interviews with the archivists.
Effectiveness of an Environment-friendly Fumigator for Microorganisms that Can Cause Biological Damage to Records in Japan, Malaysia, and Oman
Kim, Min Ji ; Lee, Eon Sook ; Choi, Young Nam ; Choi, Young Sin ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 15, issue 2, 2015, Pages 165~179
DOI : 10.14404/JKSARM.2015.15.2.165
Archives have historical and academic values. That is why the study of preservation conditions and the environment for the effective management of various records progress. However, materials such as paper and adhesives will inevitably cause biological damages. These damages spread into the inner side of archives, which would make it impossible to recover. For example, archival records from Malaysia and Oman are easily exposed to biological damage because of these countries' hot and humid climate. As such, once records are damaged, disinfection operations are customary in these areas. Methyl bromide (MeBr) and ethylene oxide (EtO) were used in the disinfection process as they showed good insecticidal effect. However their antibacterial effect are negligible. As such, the need for an environmental-friendly fumigator was evident. An environmental-friendly fumigator is designed to improve storage stability. Such equipment is expected to contribute to prevention of damages to cultural heritages through its use of vaporization technology, maintenance of a disinfection space (chamber), and self-generation of nitrogen.