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Volume 34, Issue 4 - Dec 2000
Volume 34, Issue 3 - Sep 2000
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A Study on User Behavior of Bookmobile Services in DaeJeon City
Kim, Young-Shin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 34, issue 3, 2000, Pages 5~23
The purpose of this study is to explore ways to imporve bookmobile operations by investigating bookmobiles' operating status and users' behavior in DaeJeon City. Concerning the bookmobiles operated in 32 areas of DaeJeon City, the suitability of visiting area and staying hours, the correlation between users' circumstances and lending aspects, the effects of bookloan shop in the same area, etc. are analyzed, and for the improvement of bookmobile operations, the utilization of volunteers, the connection with the main libraries' collection, the development of service programs, the strengthening of publicity activities, etc. are proposed.
A Study on the Usefulness of Wireless Internet for Effective Library Information Service
Sung, Kee-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 34, issue 3, 2000, Pages 25~36
This paper starts by describing the wireless internet service as a new function in the internet age. It then discusses the usefulness of wireless internet for improveing library information service. Recently the use of wireless internet service, as a major internet service in the future, has been rapidly increased because it can be provided various type of information using individual's cellulasphone without the time and space restrictions. Therefore, wireless internet service will be of great use for decentralization and rapidness of library function as well as improvement of user service by providing various interface of information retrieval.
A Study on the Construction of School Electronic Library for Learning-Teaching Process
Lee, Byeong-Ki ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 34, issue 3, 2000, Pages 37~60
Recent developments and integration of IT are expanding the possibility of various instructional learning methods in education environments. Contemporary learning theory such as open education, self-directed learning, student's centered learning describes the students as an active and engaged information user and underscores the importance of information literacy. Therefore, school library today focus on the process of learning-teaching process rather than dissemination information, and emphasized the focus of the school electronic library as information center. The purpose of this study is examined physical components of School Electronic Library, design a model of information system and suggests a strategy for implementing teaching-learning process support services based on school electronic library and information system.
A Study on the Remote Library Users : Needs of Library Services and Preferences
Kim, Mi-Hyeon ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 34, issue 3, 2000, Pages 61~76
A study on the remote library users showed that remote users preferred online databases and internet as information resources because of easy access and easy of use. However, they have used books and journals, which are printed resources, as main information resources because online databases and internet cannot satisfy their information needs. Also, 86.7 percent of remote users consider library services as an important issue to choose a distance learning program, and remote users extremely motivated by their professors to use library so that there are needs to have partnership between distance learning programs and library services. Finally, remote users consider authority and accuracy and contents of obtained information as important issues for their information rather than design of the databases, so that library should secure more digitalized information for remote users needs. This study is to contribute to improve quality of information services for remote users, however, it is not thoroughgoing enough, and there should be successive researches in the future.
A Study on Problems and Improvements of Cataloging Internet-based Electronic Journal
Lee, Chang-Soo ; Shim, Sang-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 34, issue 3, 2000, Pages 77~107
This study first compared and analyzed AACR2(1998 Revision), ISBD(ER), CCM Module 31, OCLC Manual according to chief areas related to cataloging Internet-based electronic journal. Also, it analyzed the fields and characteristics related to it in USMARC. Next, it reviewed the problems of cataloging Internet-based electronic journal and suggested it's improvements. As a result, this study can be used as the basic data to develop KCR and KORMARC format appropriate to cataloging Internet-based electronic journal.
A Study on Standards for Bibliographic Data Elements of the Articles in Serials
Han, Jong-Yup ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 34, issue 3, 2000, Pages 109~132
With purpose of improving library technology, one of the core elements of library automation technology, are suggested. The results of the study revealed article database standards briefly described as follows: First, database concerning articles in serials are generated from previous indices & abstracts journals. Second, bibliographic elements of ten representative domestic and international bibliographic database systems showed many dissimilar descriptive field types, as well as differences in entry orders and details. Third, database standards or guidelines were non-existent in domestic and international bibliographic database agencies, and different format have been adapted among those agencies. It is strongly recommended that all library should create a plan for adapting internationally standards in data input format as well as output format. Fourth, conforming with ISO 690 bibliographic descriptions, their ten components will be adapted as the basic framework for building the database and appropriately select additional seven data components of total 17 categories.
Analysis of Quality Measurement & Evaluation Index in applying Web Information Service I
Yoo, Sa-Rah ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 34, issue 3, 2000, Pages 133~156
A fundamental issue to consider when searching Web information is the quality of information itself and of service. If a Quality Information System (QIS) of Digital Library is sought, new measurement criteria and evaluation index for Web information service are required. Reliance on the existing evaluation criteria is not acceptable if data retrieved are not information and the service is only noise to end-user. Applying existing evaluation criteria of online database to Environmental & Energy Engineering Web DB revealed the limitations and provided a practical and case-based information for improvement. No attempt was made to survey comprehensively all of the evaluation methods that could possibly be relevant. Instead, this discussion concentrates on the information service evaluation index being developed in the KDPC Project. The research found that domestic Web-DB service are still woefully insufficient to conduct comprehensive investigations on environmental topics. More qualified and specialized R&D Web information service and the development of new evaluation criteria based on this investigation(research I.) will be discussed in follow-up research II.