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Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea
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Volume 6, Issue 2 - Dec 2006
Volume 6, Issue 1 - Jun 2006
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The Study on the Personal Praying Sentence in Personal Praying Script of Koryo Dynasty
Kwon, Hi-Kyung ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 6, issue 1, 2006, Pages 5~42
The personal praying sentence in personal praying scripts of Koryo Dynasty should be very important source for study of Koryo buddhism's history as well as historics, bibliographics and art historics. Especially it would be good source for study of official position in Koryo Dynasty because in the personal praying scripts the prayers expressed their own official position when compared to the official positions presented in Bekguanji(all officer's magazine) in Koryosa(history of Koryo Dynasty). As the characteristic of script is presented in the contents of personal praying sentence, it would be remarkable source for study on the history of buddhism's thought. Through the personal praying sentence it is possible to make clear the hopes of donor and high monks who were the key members for writing praying script. Also study on the personal praying sentences in Koryo scripts would be helpful for understanding the profile of society of Koryo Dynasty.
An Analysis of the Records Schedule's Transactions: Focused on National & Public University Libraries
Kim, Jung-Nam ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 6, issue 1, 2006, Pages 43~63
This paper aims to analyze of the records schedule's transactions, identify problems of them and suggest improving requirements, especially focusing on similar institutions. The paper examines the process and principle of establishing transactions for the records schedule and analyzes the transactions on the records schedules at 59 national and public university libraries by retention, type, library size and administrative functions.
Strategies for Improving User-Oriented Information Services at Archives
Seo, Eun-Gyoung ; Joung, Kyoung-Hee ; Choi, Sanghee ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 6, issue 1, 2006, Pages 65~92
Providing archival information services is one of the important tasks carried out by archives. The archives, now, make efforts to provide user-oriented information services which can help users to utilize records and archives more easily. This study reviews and compares user-oriented information services, which National Archives in UK, USA, and Australia have provided actively, in terms of learning support services, research support services, and Special services for public. And then, the study suggests the strategies for improving user-oriented archival information services for archives and the institutes of records management.
A Study on the State of Classified Records Management in Korea
Seo, Won-Kyoung ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 6, issue 1, 2006, Pages 93~112
As information disclosure is actively requested, loopholes of the government's Records Management System have exposed. Important documents of government have been disposed, lost, and closed to the public by the reason that they are 'classified'. This study starts from the recognition of these problems. Researches on classified records are necessary to reveal the historical truth. The purpose of this study is to examine the organization of Records Management System and the management of classified documents of the government institutions. Through the analysis of actual condition of classified records management, it is found that the classified records management is poorly implemented in Korea. This study especially deals with the classified records management system in special records management institutions such as legislative, judiciary, and military agencies. Though this study deals with a specific part of government, it may contribute to improvement of classified records management in government as a whole.
Strategies for Improving Electronic Question/Answering Function for the Activation of Archival Information Service of National Archives & Records Service
Woo, Su-Young ;
Journal of Records Management & Archives Society of Korea, volume 6, issue 1, 2006, Pages 113~136
This study aims for the above mentioned. After all, through the analysis of Electronic Question/Answering Function to understand a user's demand under online circumstances, groping for the method to provide an appropriate Archival Information Service is the most important thing. For this, in this study, it researched the users interviews and the research related to users as a precedence study, and the studies having examined the state of demanding information by users through analyzing the e-mail actually. Additionally, by looking over the study of Library and Information Science that is activated in a field of Electronic Question/Answering Function rather than Archival Science, as a matter of fact, the study has come up with the standard for analyzing Electronic Question/Answering Function. And based on the precedence study, the instances for the National Archives from USA, England, Australia and Canada were analyzed, and the chance of activating Archival Information Service were tried to grope for in the study. This study might be one of methodologies in examining the users study that is not activated yet in Archival Science. Therefore, the users study can be carried out in various methods as well as Electronic Archives/Answering Service. This study might be the important information in providing far better Archival Information Services. It is desirable that based on this opportunity, the study related to the various users by examining not only Electronic Archives/Answering Function but also Question/Answering of the users and the Archivists in the filed to the larger extend will be activated for Archival Science.