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Volume 5, Issue 2 - Dec 2005
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The Preservation and Management of Materials of Women's History: On the Materials of Women's Policies and of Women's Organizations from 1945 to 1980's
Paik, Young-Joo ; Kim, Soo-Ja ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 5, issue 1, 2005, Pages 5~21
As records of Women's policies and organizations from 1945, there are reports, pamphlet, educational materials, books, and photos. At this time, preservation status of which is so vulnerable. These problems are caused by absence of archivist, small preservation space, and financial weakness. For solving these problems, an alternative is establishing archives specified at collecting and management of materials. It's more important to making database through systemized materials, so that general people also beyond professional researcher, by web server, easily access to information of Korean Women's history.
A Study on the Collection Policy of Universtiy Archives: A Case Study of Hanshin Universtiy
Jang, Yun-Hee ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 5, issue 1, 2005, Pages 23~46
This study examines the collection policy of University Archives. The establishment of collection policy enables university archives to concentrate in which memories of university to remain and provide as archives. Accordingly, this study, making a model of university archives in early sage of establishment, intends to investigate the collection policy for collecting archives in university. The first chapter defines the fields and categories of collection of archives. In order to define the collection categories, it outlines the history of the university and set up the fields and categories for documentation. In the second chapter, this study examines about the factors which forms the document of the collection policy, such as a missions statement, a guide to collection, and a guide to acceptance by items. Then, this study, applying items mentioned above, suggests a plan for a collection policy. The model presented in this study may not represent the model of collection policy in the university archives. However, it is meaningful as a study of collection policy and has purpose and significance in making a stepping stone for more developmental collection policy.
Public Image on the Archives through Mass Media: Media Coverage of Archival Profession, Institutions and Collections in Korea between 2003 and 2004
Lee, Joohyun ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 5, issue 1, 2005, Pages 47~64
Public image on the Archives is investigated through media coverage of archival profession, institutions and collections in Korea between 2003 and 2004 in this research. News stories under the subject of archives are collected and categorized into archival culture, value of records, business archives, government records and civil rights movement, and archivists and archival advocacy. The patterns of the media coverage are discovered and analyzed from various viewpoints. As a result, ongoing proactive public relations with mass media are necessary in order to enhance currently low public image of archives of Korea.
Electronic Records Management and System Design: Trends and Vision
Park, Eun G. ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 5, issue 1, 2005, Pages 65~77
This paper aims to introduce the background history and development of records management in brief prior to and after the 1990s based on the records life cycle. This paper also explains the development of electronic document imaging systems and shifts to ERM systemsin the 1990s. The paper explains functional requirements in archival management and software application standards suggested by the industry of electronic records management. The paper concludes with providing problems and issues associated with software design in electronic records management for further development.
An Analysis of Papers used in Historical Manuscrips
Son, Ke-Young ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 5, issue 1, 2005, Pages 79~105
This study is that the name from Tagjijunjeol is compared with the actual papers used in historical documents. I have selected the families having had influencing power in Gyungi-Do(京畿道), Gyungsang-Do(慶尙道), Jeonra-Do(全羅道), Chungcheung-Do(忠淸道), and analyzed 1504 articles of historical documents owned by those families. I checked up each papers used in historical documents in it's shape of screens, density, raw material. I cannot find the feature of it's region, but prominent feature according to the types and period of historical documents. At first, I have surveyed the impressions of screen marks in papers. The number of strips can be divided into two cases, around 10 and around 17. The case around 17 is similar to the number seen in the book paper of the early Joseon Dynasty, but the case around 10 is rare. Dard Hunter said in his book, published in 1933, that screens were made of Korean grass(Miscanthus sp.) at that time in Korea. I guess the impressions of screen marks of the case around 10 was made of Korean grass, Miscanthus sp.. The case around 10 and the case around 17 were not different in period, but the contemporary appearance. However, if we look into the change of strips' number, we can learn that it becomes more dense as time goes by. The intervals of hair stitch, contrary to book paper, have appeared irregularly and a short hair stitch was frequently found between long hair stitches. This was the result of fastening extra stitch to increase the firmness of strips, as the part of screens which was frequently touched by hands would wear out easily. Then, have look into the density. Each kinds of historical documents had a wide range of density. But the average have had relationship with the kinds of paper written in Tagjijunjeol. The historical documents having the same item of paper have kept similar densities. From the density variation of Gosingyoji(告身敎旨), the letter of appointment the official rank over 5 by king, based on time periods, we can see a great disparity between before and after Imjin-waeran war. Before Imjin-waeran war paper's quality was high, right after Imjin-waeran war went abruptly down, and went gradually up just from 1650's, but since 1700's quality has not risen more, kept the value. On the contrary, the density of Gyocheop(敎牒), the letter of appointment the official rank under 5 by the Ministry of Personnel and the Ministry of Military, have not had a great disparity according to time periods, but had a lower density than Gosingyoji. Joseon Dynasty has strictly divided Gosingyoji appointing the official rank over 5 from Gyocheop appointing the official rank under 5, it seems to distinguish the appointment by king from the appointment by Ijo(吏曹), the Ministry of Personnel and Byeongjo(兵曹), the Ministry of Military.
e-Government Metadata Standard
Yun, Kap-Hyang ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 5, issue 1, 2005, Pages 107~136
With development of information technology that allows bidirectional exchange and access of information made possible the formation of e-Government. The e-Government and the E-Government Act established for its support provides a tool for online access of government information. This brought on many changes in the recordkeeping environment of public institutions, and also guarantees access of government information by the general public. The active disclosure of government information was re-confirmed through the Freedom of Information act that was amended in 2004, and through its contents that offer guidelines for administrative information disclosure and announcements (Prime Minister Orders No.422) As a result of this effort, Ministry of Culture and Tourism Cultural Heritage Administration provide real time update of their homepages with focus on key organizational policies and records. Such changes are expected to other various public organizations. In order for public organizations to accurately and efficiently provide information sources, and in order to provide the public with easy access to such information, development of public infrastructure along with e-Government metadata are necessary. Korea does not yet have e-government metadata that has been standardized, although "GILF Core Element" has analogous functions. However, GILS Core element has been developed without recordkeeping intent, and it has not been successful in establishing a connection with recordkeeping metadata. Therefore, in this study, criteria for e-government metadata are proposed.
Directions for Improving National Records Management Standards
Seol, Moon-Won ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 5, issue 1, 2005, Pages 137~169
Some innovative strategies are being strongly promoted in records management system and institution of administrative agencies in Korea. To stabilize and institute these strategies, it is essential to improve the standards as well as legislations in the area of records management. The purpose of this study is to guide what kinds of standards to be developed and maintained, and to recommend some promoting principles and strategies. This study compares and analyzes international and foreign national standards to come up with improved standards in the national records management innovations. Four categories of standards are set for clearer explanation; national records management(KS ISO 15489), electronic records management, records management metadata, and others. Finally it suggests the promoting principles and strategies based on the analyses of the standard policies in USA and UK.