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Volume 31, Issue 4 - Dec 1997
Volume 31, Issue 3 - Sep 1997
Volume 31, Issue 2 - Jun 1997
Volume 31, Issue 1 - Mar 1997
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A Study on Item Systems of Shinjung Tongguk Yoji Sungnam and Cheyong
Jung Uee-Sung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 19~33
The content systems of Shinjung Tongguk Yoji Sungnam(신증동국여지승람, A Korean Geography Published in Chosen Dynasty) consist of 26 items and the main subject comprises administration, military and geography, This book does not suggest a simple geography but a comprehensive bibliography as an administrative guide book of a nation or a military operation manual. In particular, this book is made much of as a more valuable material in elevating the quality of the geographic book since it contained a 'Cheyong(제영)' item and reinforced the fields of humanities which could not be found out in other geography. The verses of Cheyong are recorded in the documents in the Chungchong, Kyungsang and Chulla Provinces, and these recorded verses In the tree provinces are more than half of the whole country's. The objects of recitation in the these verses are related to such natural phenomena and historic relics as the mountains, the livers, the wails and the royal tombs.
A Measure of Academic Use of University Journals: Focussing on the Comparison between Discilpines and Each Journal in Lingusitics
Bae Soon-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 35~52
At present we have access to a plethora of university journals. The purpose of this study is to estimate the use of these university Journals in research fields by focussing on the level of usage in each discipline in addition to the level of usage of each university journal in linguistics. The results indicate the level of academic use of each Journal in lingustics as well as of usage levels between disciplines. From these results, the follow-up measure is requested for differentiation and specialization of university journals.
A Study Integrated Teaching/Learning Information Literacy Subject and the Other School Subjects
Yoo Soyoung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 53~81
The first purpose of this paper is to disclose the reason why integrated teaching/learning between Information Literacy Subject(ILS) and the other school subjects is necessary in order to enhance students creativity. Postulated creativity is generated from integration of information, the author discusses about the function of human mind and brain by studying Schema theory of Jean Piaget and the human celebral cortex. The author then, discloses the function of human information process(thinking process) is an integrating process of information within the mind and brain. The fact that a thinking process is an integrating process of information implies the necessity of integrated teaching/learning between ILS and the other school subjects. The second purpose of this paper is to find out the urgent points to implement the integrated teaching/learning between ILS and the other subjects at present school situation. The findings from the survey shows that school libraians and teachers are primarily positive about the integrated teaching/learning in connection with enhancing students creativity. However, they are not familiar with about the integrated teaching/learning. Therefore, the writer draws following recommendations. The curriculum for school library media specialist to be at library school should include the rationale, contents, methods and effects of integrated teaching/learning and school library collections are ready to implement the integrated teaching/learning between ILS and the other school subjects.
The Project and Prospects of Old Documents Information Systems in Korea
Kang Soon-Ae ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 83~112
The purpose of this paper Is to describe the matters to plan the best information systems in Korean old books. It analyzes: i) a range of definition of old books, ii) its characteristics and current state of processing the old documents, iii) the scope of automation and building up the library institution, iv) the construction of Korean old books Information systems, v) its case study, and vi) the evaluation and vision of system. The old document information system have been organized on the basis of library networks systems with the National Central Library as leader, its implemented system has the subsystem such as cataloging system, annotation system, full-text or image-based system, and retrieval system. In case study, it is suggested two examples which has been built in the National Central Library and Sung Kyun Kwan university. finally, it provides the evaluation criteria and vision for the library which designs the old document information systems.
A Study on the Bylaw Model of Public Libraries in Korea
Kweon Kie-Won ; Yoon Hee-Yoon ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 113~137
Bylaw Is essential to assuring continuity and preventing disagreements and misunderstanding. But library bylaws of the wide-area self-governing cities in Korea are complicated In structure and violated the law according to administrative authorities. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to suggest an integrated bylaw model including goal of bylaw operations of library : the library director officers : branch libraries : substructure, use rules : assigned materials promotion committee of library promotion fund ; amendment procedures, etc.
The Issues of Digital Copying and Application of Fair Use in the Network Environment
Hong Jae-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 139~164
The digital copying and digital transmission are rapidily Increasing with the innovation of information technology and the development of networking technology. But It Is Inevitable to limit copyright for the public benefit and cultural development In the digital environment in like manner with the analog environment. First, this study examinated the international trends and legulations relating to the copyright limitations In the U.S. and Japan for the fair use. Second, it dealed with the problems of the digital copying relating to the temporary storage In RAM and screen display that are recently becoming international issues. Third, it concretely explored and analyzed the problems according to the application of the fall use of the private copying, the library copying, and the copying for the purpose of school education in the network environment. In conclusion, to solve these problems that Is occurred from legulations In the analog environment Is needed the revision of the existing copyright law in Korea. Finally, this study suggested 'the copyright collecive management system' and 'the private copying levy system' as the systemic devices to control the digital private copying.
Developing a Quality-based Evaluation Model for Academic Libraries
Chang Hye-Rhan ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 165~186
Based on the results of previous evaluation studies, a quality based evaluation model applicable to academic libraries in Korea was developed. Focusing on output measures, 25 indicators in 7 catagories are defined. For each indicators, data collection method along with measuring process is established. And norms and evaluation scales are also provided. The concluding section suggests several areas for implementation and future research.
A Study of Planning of a Nation-wide Science Information System for Korea
Lee Too-Young ; Nam Tae-Woo ; Cho In-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 187~214
This study surveys science information resources and science information resource services institutions existing in the field of scientific research to analyse their strengths and weaknesses, which provide theoretical foundation of planning an effective and efficient nation-wide science information transfer system for Korea. This study also suggests right directions of developing a centralised system of science information for Korea.
A Study on the Estabilishment and Operation of Specialized Research Information Center
Kweon Kie-Won ; Lee Eun-Chul ; Ko Young-Man ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 215~237
This study has Investigated (1) how to develop a specialized research information infrastructure for universities and (2) how to organize Specialized Research Information Center(SRIC). For these, it has discussed problems of the specialized research Information and cases of the management of SRIC in Korea and the other countries. The structure. function and information access methods of the SRIC, are presented. Also, the designation and management issues of the SRIC, with a classification scheme of specialized research Information, are presented. The results can be used as a reference for the related policies, and a fundamental material for the management of other Information service centers.
Statistical analysis of the libraries in Korean cities and provinces
Chun Myung-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 239~266
The purpose of this study is to interpret the growth and the present status of in 6 major Korean cities and 9 provinces libraries using statistical data. The data were collected from The Statistics on Libraries in Korea, and were analyzed for a time series by using the Excel program. The result shows that there are great differences in major statistics of libraries in Korea due to the historical backgrounds and various political and social conditions of the country. The differences are also more likely related to the size of the library collections, budget and number of staffs.
A Study on the Implementation of Economics-related Research Consulting System by Using the Internet Web
Kim Hyun-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 267~287
Traditional information services do not provide information which meets end-users' information need. Therefore, the purpose of this paper Is to budd a WWW research consulting system of supporting researchers on the project base, in order to provide more efficient information service, and to evaluate an efficiency of the proposed system. The system consists of two modules, including an information consulting, and a knowledge base module. The proposed system can be utilized as a component of a digital library system, and also can be used as an education and information system which connects between educators and students In the distance education environment.
Online Catalog Use Study in a University Library
Yoo Jae-Ok ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 289~318
The purpose of this study is to identify users behavioral characteristics for using the online catalog opened in May 1996 at Duksung Women's University Library. 278 student users were surveyed from October 4th to 8th in 1996. Major findings are as follows. 1. Most users
prefer the online catalog to the card catalog and regard the online catalog easy to use
of users are active users who frequently use the online catalog at least 10 times or more per semester. 3.
of users feel the online catalog difficult because they do not know how to use it. 4. Most users prefer the menu search mode among menu, command and fill-in-blank search modes offered by DISCOVER. The most preferred access points are the title for known-item search and subject headings for subject search. 5. User's attitude toward the online catalog is very favorable
, however, the search success rate is rather low
compared to that of the card catalog
6. The title and author are regarded easy to use among access points offered by DISCOVER. Classification numbers and call numbers are the least easy access points to use. 7. Since users show lack of knowledge of how to use the online catalog, education and training programs on the online catalog use for users are needed. 8. Users showed different search patterns for pursuing different search goals. The most preferred access points are the title for known-item search and subject headings for subject search. These search behaviors are different from those in using the card for both the known-item search and subject search was the title.
The Study on the User Interface in the Internet Newspapers
Kim Sun-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 31, issue 4, 1997, Pages 319~348
This study is the result of the analysis on the user interface of the Korean internet newspapers. To investigate the user interfaces, the home pages of the 6 internet newspaper were selected as the samples. Then, the information procedures, designs. information presentations, and searching routines of that samples were analyzed. For the home-page design of the internet newspaper and the education of the article search by the journalist-librarian with the press or the librarian in common. the results of the paper will be helpful.