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Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea
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Volume 2, Issue 2 - Sep 2002
Volume 2, Issue 1 - Mar 2002
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Education Courses and Professional policies in Record management
Kim, Tae-Soo ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 2, issue 1, 2002, Pages 7~39
In this study, curriculums of Record Management in America, China, France, Japan were reviewed. Through this research, scope and education level of Record Management in Korea were considered, and education purpose, general guidance. curriculum of Record Management in Korea were suggested. Improved qualifications for Record Management Professionals were also suggested.
A Study on Establishing the presidential Library through Elevating the Status of the Government Archives and Records Service
Kim, Sung-Soo ; Suh, Hye-Ran ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 2, issue 1, 2002, Pages 41~66
This paper examines urgent issues of establishing the presidential library in relation to the current standing of the Government Archives and Records Service. As government records have been tremendously accumulated every year, the Government Archives and Records Service will be full within three years, which indicates that the constructing of new storage repositories is an emergent issue. In addition, presidential records are one of the most significant and influential public properties for preserving historical value and interpretation at the national level. Some serious concerns relating to the presidential library are raised for consideration. First of all, it is compulsory to preserve presidential records and to construct the presidential library. Second, the presidential library performs a variety of functions including the acquisition, preservation, access, reference, research, education, and display of presidential records as well as exhibits of public activities and administration personally and in public during the president' regime. A new presidential library should function as both of a depository and museum of presidential records through systematic arrangement and display. Thus a new repository of the Government Archives and Records Service should be co-constructed with the presidential library within the same boundary. Third, a newly constructed presidential library should be at least double- or triple- sized more than estimated in order to contain all related holdings. Fourth, to take custody of public records across the legislature, judiciary and administration, the Government Archives and Records Service should be directed by an official at the level of vice-minister and upgraded to an independent office such as "National Archives and Records Administration." Fifth, the presidential library's location and surrounding environments should be selected with careful planning.
A Research on the Environment Analysis for the Preservation of the National Library Collections
Han, Sang-Wan ; Kim, Sung-Soo ; Suh, Hye-Ran ; Yoon, Dai-Hyun ; Kim, Hee-Jung ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 2, issue 1, 2002, Pages 67~95
The purpose of this paper is to research and suggest ideal environment for the preservation of the National library collections. Current conditions of National library was also investigated, and many results showed that not only technical resolutions but also reorganization of staffs and structure is needed. Moreover, for the realization of ideal preservation environment, mid-long term development plans for the National Library was also provided.
Understanding the Ongoing Archival Research on the Permanent Preservation of Electronic Records
Park, Eun-Gyung ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 2, issue 1, 2002, Pages 97~117
In the fast growing digital environment, assuring continued authenticity is an essential and intransigent preservation consideration for digital data and records. Several key issues need to be addressed, including: What are electronic records and data?; Which intellectual and technical elements of data and records are essential for assuring authenticity in electronic format?; How should these be maintained and preserved over time?; How are authentic data and records used in various systems of practice?; and What are the best strategies of preserving authentic electronic records and data?. There have been many research projects to answer these questions to date. This paper discusses the characteristics of electronic records in light of preservation consideration and reports the activities and findings of some of the research projects in brief. This paper focuses on explaining the InterPARES (International Research on Permanent Authentic Records in Electronic Systems) Project, which is defining requirements for authenticity that can help develop strategies for long-term preservation in electronic records. To identify those requirements, more than thirty case studies have been conducted with government agencies, academic institutions, and various organizations in America, Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia and models developed for appraisal, preservation, and strategies in relation to the management of electronic records. The paper also suggests research questions and implications for preserving authentic electronic records as well as the encouragement for Korean research on digital preservation.
Implementation of a KORMARC/EAD integrated system for the Myongji Digital Library Collections
Kim, Hyun-Hee ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 2, issue 1, 2002, Pages 119~131
The study designs and implements a KORMARC/EAD integrated system for the Myongji Digital Library Collections. The purpose of this paper is to design the metadata to Myongji Korean History Collections to provide digital information of high quality to clients, and to develop and implement a model for managing digital library collections. In order to test the model and the quality of the derived metadata, we built a metadata management system, which is connected to the existing KORMARC system. The system consists of two modules- a retrieval and an input module. While in the retrieve mode, one can retrieve KORMARC records of books and archival items, with links to modified EAD files for archival items or to image files for books, in the input mode, one can type two types of data such as a catalog data and an inventory data. Finally, we evaluated the proposed system via mail questionnaires, and propose three suggestions to make this system a much more comprehensive and effective system.