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Volume 35, Issue 4 - Dec 2001
Volume 35, Issue 3 - Sep 2001
Volume 35, Issue 2 - Jun 2001
Volume 35, Issue 1 - Mar 2001
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A Study on a Design of Subject Classification Schemes for Internet Bookstores
Chung, Yeon-Kyoung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 17~34
It is very important to organize materials at intemet bookstores. It is time for us to develop a subject classification scheme as a tool for increasing the effectiveness of information retrieval with ease of subject access. The purpose of this study is to examine the subject features of internet bookstores in order to suggest the effective design of the subject scheme for them. Nine internet bookstore websites are analyzed at the aspect of the subject classification of the materials. Based upon the results of this study, an effective subject classification for internet bookstores is suggested to provide a better subject access.
Bibliographic Use and Scatting of Foreign Academic Journal in Library and Information Science
Hong, Ki-Churl ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 35~54
The Libraries are face to difficult of academic journal subscription for the increasing price of journal and the increasing number of journal. Bibliographic citation analysis is one of method of evaluating the use of a journal collection. This study is used bibliographic use and scatting of foreign academic journal in Library and Information Science found in doctorial dissertation of graduate students in Seoul city, for serve to complement another method of journal evaluation. Journal selection and cancellation may be done on the basis to dispersion of journal citation to usefulness of journal subscription in the library budget. But the library should not rely on one single evaluation technique, it should take advantage of combination technique.
An Analytical Study on Research Trends of Library and Information Science in Korea : 1996한국문헌정보학분야의 연구동향 분석: 1996
Chung, Jin-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 55~78
This study examines research themes, the relationship with other disciplines of Library and Information Science in other to analyze general research trends in the field of Library and Information Science. The Methods used for the study is subject analysis of the general articles and citation analysis by correspondence analysis of SPSS. This study was done to apprehend the general research trends of Library and Information Science in result, most researchers have studied on library related information science. in the future research trends is forecasting to computer-related study.
The Cultural Discourse of the Informational Education
Ko, Young-Man ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 79~92
This study is an attempt to analyze the information problem and the informational education in information society through the two cultural paradigms of ‘system‘ and ‘life world’, which are used to interpret the social problems in modern age. Information problem concerns the individual problems such as reference and validity problem of information and social problems like paradox of information, information technology, and equal opportunity. From the discussion was deduced the fact that the informational education is the cultural media to arbitrate the conflict between the reasonable solution of the individual information problem in ‘life world’ and the control attempt by ‘system’ to cope with the social information problem. It is also indicated that the aim of the informational education is the information autonomy which can be built through the information literacy.
Quality Control of Web Information Service: the case of government web site
Yoo, Sa-Rah ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 93~115
Evaluating information quality of government Web service, applying quality measurement methods for web - database was conducted. This approach intended to control the quality of information service by indicating the problems and weak points in terms of retrieval, use of easiness, and user support, and by suggesting the guidelines for improvement. There were two main results to most of the investigation. The first one indicated that web information service of eighty-two percent of domestic government sites was not good enough (less than middle score). and only eight percent of them got higher score than middle point. The second result was that user support aspect was the worst part that we need to consider future course of action for service improvement. More specific guidelines were summarized at the discussion section.
Building a Model of Digital Reference Services
Kim, hwi-Chool ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 117~133
This study presented the necessity of the development of a digital reference service systems as a method for direct information service in the library on the internet. The purpose of this research is to find commonalities for building a model of digital reference service. This study used qualitatives methods(elite interviews and document analysis) to extract accumulated knowhow from fourteen expert services sites which are similar with reference services in the library. For effective management of the digital reference service, it is necessary to have a digital reference service librarian who is well versed in the inner workings of the service and in the knowledge the service deals with.
A Basic Study on the Formation of Digital Korean Studies Center
Kim, Sung-Hyuk ; Lee, Hye-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 135~150
This paper is proposed a construction directions of digital Korean study center for Korean cultural and historical materials. It was reviewed and analyzed for findings construction directions in domestic and abroad Web sites such as The Academy of Korean Studies, National History Compilation Committee, Seoul National University and Tufts University in the USA. The paper was recommended and guided new research directions for the construction of the digital Korean study center, and suggested some findings through comparative analysis for the center.
A Study on Factors of User-Centered Content Management for the Effecive Web Resource Utilization
Moon, Kyung-Hwa ; Nam, Tae-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 151~172
Today, as we are going into digital information environment along with the development of information technology, there are changes in the style of information users. In particular. with the help of computer users can more easily access the original texts and approach to information providers than ever. At the same time, we are trying to use more efficiently some specialized contents in the web-pages. Contrary to traditional mediation-centered collection management, we start realizing that we are expected to bind selected contents with users who search these ones. In this study, I examined problems on collection management and proposed a more advanced content management skill as a solution for those problems. According to on-site questionnaires, The Main factors of user-centered content management are user factors, intermediary factors, and service ones.
Observable Behavior for Implicit User Modeling -A Framework and User Studies-
Kim, Jin-Mook ; Oard, Douglas W. ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 173~189
This paper presents a framework for observable behavior that can be used as a basis for user modeling, and it reports the results of a pair of user studies that examine the joint utility of two specific behaviors. User models can be constructed by hand, or they can be teamed automatically based on feedback provided by the user about the relevance of documents that they have examined. By observing user behavior, it is possible to obtain implicit feedback without requiring explicit relevance judgments. Four broad categories of potentially observable behavior are identified : examine, retain, reference, and annotate, and examples of specific behaviors within a category are further subdivided based on the natural scope of information objects being manipulated . segment object, or class. Previous studies using Internet discussion groups (USENET news) have shown reading time to be a useful source of implicit feedback for predicting a user's preferences. The experiments reported in this paper extend that work to academic and professional journal articles and abstracts, and explore the relationship between printing behavior and reading time. Two user studies were conducted in which undergraduate students examined articles or abstracts from the telecommunications or pharmaceutical literature. The results showed that reading time can be used to predict the user's assessment of relevance, that the mean reading time for journal articles and technical abstracts is longer than has been reported for USENET news documents, and that printing events provide additional useful evidence about relevance beyond that which can be inferred from reading time. The paper concludes with a brief discussion of the implications of the reported results.
A Study on the Contents of Women's Studies Web Sites in Universities
Sung, Kee-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 191~210
Recently the women's studies websites have been rapidly increased. The purpose of this study is to examine the women's studies websites in Universities. Fourteen women's studies websites are analyzed in terms of their functions, contents, interface aspects etc. The results of this study will help the universities develop Web contents about women's studies.
Socio-Cultural Perspectives on the Image of Teacher-Librarian as Profession
Han, Yoon-Ok ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 35, issue 3, 2001, Pages 211~234
Using structured interviews a study was undertaken with 25 high school students in Seoul and Kyonggi Province to elicit their perceptions of teacher-Ibrarian as a profession. The study also sought to gauge the extent of the student's intentions on pursuing a career in librarianship. Responses were content analysed to determine the extent of knowledge and understanding held. intentions on choosing librarianship as a career. Findings suggest the image of teacher-librarian to be poor and that librarianship as a career is far from desirable amongst the teenagers of Seoul and Kyonggi Province.