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A Study on the Analysis of Structure and Utility of Topic Index, Syntopicon in Great Books
Lee, Byeong-Ki ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 5~28
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.005
Great Books of the Western World(GBWW) is a series of books published in 1952 by Encyclopaedia Britannica to present the famous works in 54 volumes. The series is now in its second edition and contains 60 volumes. A syntopicon compiled by M. Adler is a two-volume index, published as volumes 2 and 3 of GBWW. The syntopicon was coined specifically for this undertaking, which means a collection of topics. Syntopicon lists, under each idea, is where every occurrence of the concept can be located in the collection's famous works. This study aims to analyze the structure and utility of topic index, syntopicon in GBWW. The syntopicon consists of 102 chapters on the 102 ideas. Each chapter is broken down into five distinct sections: the introduction, an outline of topics, references, cross-references, and additional readings. The syntopicon can serve as a reference book, as a selection tool of book to be read, instrument of liberal education, instrument of discovery and research, syntopical reading of other reading material, development tool of convergent education, and analysis tool of works.
A Study on the Distance University Library Service Quality Factors and User Perception
Kwon, Se-Jun ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 29~54
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.029
This study aims to grasp what factors affect users' recognition level and expectation level for library service, being offered at the library of Korea National Open University. Also, this study seeks to conduct a survey and analyze whether users' recognition level by library service dimensions has actually influenced the intention and the satisfaction with using the library. For this, it carried out the theoretical approach, which considers domestic and foreign documents on evaluation of quality of library service, and the empirical approach of questionnaire research and analysis. A research model was designed on the basis of LibQUAL+model to achieve the objective of this research. And the group-based difference was confirmed by carrying out verification on research hypothesis. As a result of analysis, the users' current recognition level by library service dimensions of Korea National Open University was indicated to have influence on the whole satisfaction with library and the continuous use intention. The whole satisfaction was indicated to have an effect on continuous use intention. Also, to enhance users' satisfaction level according to the behavioral characteristics of using library, the core elements for improving the library service of Korea National Open University were cited and these include improving the facility of library, implementing smart digital library system for offering remotely academic information, and securing diversity and currency of academic information sources such as printing materials and electronic materials.
A Study of the Curriculum Operating Model and Standard Courses for Library & Information Science in Korea
Noh, Young-Hee ; Ahn, in-Ja ; Choi, Sang-Ki ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 55~82
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.055
This study seeks to develop a curriculum operating model for Korean Library and Information Science, based on investigations into LIS curricula at home and abroad. Standard courses that can be applied to this model were also proposed. This study comprehensively analyzed the contents of domestic and foreign curricula and surveyed current librarians in all types of library fields. As a result, this study proposed required courses, core courses, and elective courses. Six required LIS courses are: Introduction to Library and Information Science, Information Organization, Information Services, Library and Information Center Management, Information Retrieval, and Field Work. Six core LIS courses are: Classification & Cataloging Practice, Subject Information Resources, Collection Development, Digital Library, Introduction to Bibliography, and Introduction to Archive Management. Twenty selective LIS courses include: the General Library and Information Science area (Cultural History of Information, Information Society and Library, Library and Copyright, Research Methods in Library and Information Science), the Information Organization area (Metadata Fundamentals, KORMARC Practice), the Information Services area (Information Literacy Instruction, Reading Guidance, Information User Study), the Library and Information Center Management area (Library Management, including management for different kinds of libraries, Library Information Cooperator, Library Marketing, Non-book Material and Multimedia Management (Contents Management), the Information Science area (Database Management, including Web DB Management, Indexing and Abstracting, Introduction to Information Science, Understanding Information Science, Automated System of Library, Library Information Network), and the Archival Science area (Preservation Management).
A Study on Developing Preservation Metadata Based on PREMIS Focusing on Digital Data in National Library of Korea
Park, Ok-Nam ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 83~113
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.083
This research seeks to develop preservation metadata and to provide guidelines to apply PREMIS-METS decisions in a METS profile in the National Library of Korea. The process of developing metadata is divided into three steps, that is, analysis of metadata schema in other digital preservation initiatives, analysis of resources and preservation policies, and interviews with librarians in the National Library of Korea. A metadata schema consists of four main entities - object, event, agent, and rights. The study also provides a cataloging example as well as principles using PREMIS-METS for archiving digital resources. The schema has values to manage digital resources effectively and efficiently in the National Library of Korea.
A Study on the User-contributed Reviews for the Next Generation Library Catalogs
Yoon, Cheong-Ok ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 115~132
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.115
The purpose of this study is to examine the current status of user-contributed reviews for the Next Generation Library Catalogs, and the potential impact of user reviews available from the external sources, including Amazon.com and GoodReads.com. During the period of February 16th through April 4th, 2012, the number of holding libraries and user-contributed reviews, tags and reading lists of ten selected books were examined from the WorldCat. Also the user-contributed reviews for the same books available from Amazon.com and GoodReads.com were examined, and a case of reviews for one book was analyzed. The result shows that only a few users participated in the WorldCat, and user-contributed reviews were rarely used, when compared with tags or reading lists. Several hundred to thousand user-contributed reviews for the same books were available from Amazon.com and GoodReads.com directly linked with bibliographic records. A case of one book from Amazon.com reveals the possibility of distorting the function of user-contribution. With the introduction of the function of user-contribution, it is expected that its growth rate should be carefully observed and its potential impact on users should be thoroughly and systematically analyzed in the near future.
Development and Evaluation of Authority Data based Academic Paper Retrieval System
Lee, Seok-Hyoung ; Kwak, Seung-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 133~156
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.133
This study aims to develop and evaluate the authority data-based academic retrieval system that may provide search tools and additional information for search of academic papers with users. To evaluate the usability of authority data-based academic paper search system, this work studied 60 subjects who had experienced the academic paper service to measure their satisfaction on both search efficiency and system usability and additionally analyzed whether the difference between search efficiency and system availability is significant in the experimental search system among user groups. As a result, the authority data-based academic paper search system was analyzed to show a higher search efficiency and user satisfaction than the ordinary system.
A Study on the Description of Personal Name Access Point Control Ontology Using Axiom Definition
Kang, Hyen-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 157~174
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.157
This study tries to describe personal name access point control ontology for the American novelist Mark Twain using RDF/OWL axiom to control access point based on the ontology. The Axiom used in this study are disjoint with class, domain and range, property cardinality, inverse functional property, individual and literal data property. As a result, in the ontology environment we can accept various access points as equal access points exclusive of authority heading and heading concept. It can successfully describe Mark Twain's personal name access point control ontology and display using the OntoGraf.
Localization of Metadata Elements in the Art Museum Community
Nam, Young-Joon ; Lee, Seung-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 175~197
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.175
The art museums in South Korea are mostly small-scaled institutions with small amount of art works. Thus, internationally accepted metadata standards such as CDWA and VRA Core may not be efficient to manage their collections. Because of these distinct local characteristics, there is a need to create a set of metadata elements that can be used for the art museum community in the country. This research aims to propose a set of metadata elements customized to fit into the context of small-scaled art museums in South Korea. The construction of the element set was not from scratch but on the basis of existing standards such as CDWA, VRA Core, and Dublin Core. By identifying core elements that are indispensable in describing art works and collecting opinions of experts in art museums, the proposed set of metadata elements is expected to support the operation and management of art works and satisfy the localized needs of the art museum community.
A Study on Correlation Analysis between Library Anxiety and Personality Traits
Oh, Eui-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 199~217
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.199
This study analyzes the correlation between the library anxiety and personality traits. The library anxiety (LAS) and personality traits (the Korean BFI) were measured against 49 freshmen in the university. The library anxiety was average 2.57, 'mechanical barriers' score was the highest(2.91), subsequently was 'affective barriers' 2.72, 'barriers with staff' 2.49, 'knowledge of library' 2.42, and 'comfort with the library' score was the lowest(2.38). The personality traits had the tendency that 'agreeableness'f actor(3.65) is higher than other 4 factors, 'neuroticism'(3.48), 'extraversion'(3.27), 'openness'(2.85), and 'conscientiousness' (3.26). It found that 'comfort with the library' and 'neuroticism' were correlated statistically and the personality traits have an effect on library anxiety. Based on the findings, the following recommendations are made: improving the measurement tool of information anxiety, using other personality traits variables in similar researches, and developing personalized library anxiety resolution programs.
An Evaluation of importance of Spatial Factors in Children's Libraries
Kang, Mi-Hee ; Hong, Hyun-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 219~243
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.219
The purposes of this study are to develop spatial factors for children's libraries and fulfill the evaluation of importance of expert and user groups for it. So, this study developed spatial evaluation factors by analyzing materials of domestic/international groups and associations and precedent studies, drawing spatial factors and organizing them. Next, for the spatial factors developed to 12 evaluation areas and 127 detailed indexes, an importance was evaluated for 4 expert groups; children's librarians, people majoring in early childhood education, elementary school's librarians, people in charge of architecture, etc. and 3 groups; infants, elementary school's lower grades, elementary school's high grades, etc. The evaluation results are as follows. First, the expert groups approved an importance of indexes by evaluating all of the 12 evaluation areas and 120 indexes of 127 detailed indexes as more than 3.0. Second, the user groups also approved an importance of indexes by evaluating all of 12 evaluation areas and 125 detailed indexes of 127 detailed indexes as more than 3.0. Third, as the result of evaluating an importance between expert groups and user groups, there was a difference between two groups in 2 areas among the 12 evaluation areas.
A Study on the Correlation between the index Values and Qualitative·Quantitative Evaluation Elements and the Distinction Ability of the Journals' Registration Condition of the KCI-based Composite index in Evaluating Korean Journals
Ko, Young-Man ; Park, Ji-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 245~260
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.245
This study aims to analyze the change in the correlation between the index values and qualitative quantitative evaluation elements by applying 'the decile of total number of articles' instead of the average annual number of articles in Kor-Factor2, and to evaluate the distinction ability between registered journals and register nominee journals of the KCI. The correlation between the index values and qualitative quantitative evaluation elements was analyzed by calculating the correlation coefficient between the index values and the evaluation elements, and then the correlation was compared with that of Kor-Factor2. To evaluate the distinction ability, we carried out independent samples t-test on the mean difference between index values of register nominee journal group and registered journal group and compared the mean difference with that of Kor-Factor2, IF and journal h-index. As a result, we found that the modified index applying the decile of total number of articles was effective in improving the balance among the correlation between the index values and qualitative quantitative evaluation elements compared to Kor-Factor2, and the new index appeared to be superior to other indexes on distinction ability of the journal's registration condition in the KCI.
The Study on the Directions of KCR4 under the New ICP 2009
Lee, Mi-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 261~280
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.261
This study seeks to replace PaRIS Principles and find directions of revising KCR4 by analyzing the international Cataloging Principles 2009(ICP 2009) established in the environment of Machine Readable Cataloging. ICP 2009 was reflected in cataloging rules such as RDA and ISBD 2010 as the minimal principles for uniformity in establishing each nation's cataloging rules. In contrary, KCR4 needs to be revised because it has never been changed after 2003, and has only description rules without any rules for the choice and forms of access points. Therefore, this study aims to grasp requirements that should be reflected in KCR4 through analyzing ICP 2009. In first step, it is to grasp the features of ICP 2009 by comparing PaRIS Principle and ICP 2009 and to compare KCR4 in aspects of ICP 2009. The detailed elements for comparison between ICP 2009 and KCR4 are scope, general principles, entitles, attributes, and relationships, objectives and functions of the catalogue, bibliographic description, access points, foundations for search capabilities as the contents of ICP 2009. As a result, this study could give some directions of KCR4 in the future. First, ISBD 2010 and conceptual models should be reflected in KCR4 in description. Second, it should regulate the authority access points in KCR4 based on ICP 2009. Third, it will describe essential access points of work and expression attributes in bibliographic records and authority records to find works and expression. This study will contribute to guide the national cataloging rules.
An Analysis of Local Laws and Regulations Related to the Public Library: Focusing on Daejeon Metropolitan City
Yoon, Hye-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 46, issue 2, 2012, Pages 281~300
DOI : 10.4275/KSLIS.2012.46.2.281
This study suggests the basic data of the establishment and revision of local laws and regulations by analyzing the status and content of local laws and regulations related to public libraries focusing on Daejeon Metropolitan City. For this purpose, first, this study investigates the theoretical background of the type, nature, and procedure of establishing local laws and regulations. Secondly, this study analyzes the content of local laws and regulations related to public libraries classified into three parts, that is, metropolitan governments, local governments and school districts. Finally, this study points out the problems and solutions in relation to the structure of administration, the rank and position of library directors, and the organizations of public libraries.