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Volume 5 - Dec 1978
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A Study on the Hyang-Gyo Libraries In the Yi Dynasty
Lee Choon-hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 5, 1978, Pages 1~30
The libraries of the various learning institutes in the Yi Dynasty may be categorized into four types: 1) The Hyang-Gyo library(the public school libraries in rural districts) 2) The Sabu-Hankdang library (the public school libraries in the Capital) 3) The
library (the libraries of private learning institutes) 4) The
library (the library of the Sung Kyun Kwan which was the highest learning institute in the Yi Dynasty) For the historical study of Korean libraries as well as its education and culture the Hyang-Gyo libraries hold an very important position, but undeservedly its study has been neglected. In this paper, the writer made an effort to grasp the various function of the Hyang-Gyo libraries with its historical background.
On the Chaeg-mog-nog: a book catalog written by Hangul character
Yun Byeong-tae ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 5, 1978, Pages 31~54
In this study, the Chaeg-mog-nog was analysed and studied. Chaeg-mog-nog is one of the rare book catalog which written purely by Hangul character. In this catalog, 89 kinds (over 500 books) were recarded, included 21 kinds of Korean Hangul novels. Except the 30 kinds of boohs, many similar and same titles and contents of works are remained. The compiler of this book catalog was unknown. But, according to the characteristic of the collection and the calligraphic style of this catalog, the compiler shall be woman who may have some connection between the royal palace.
Comparative Analysis of the Old and Revised Anglo-American Cataloging Rules -with Reference to Chapter 6 of Descriptive Cataloging-
Hahn Soon-chung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 5, 1978, Pages 55~86
In 1974 appeared the revision of Chapter 6 (which was then published as a sepprate monograph) of the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules (= AACR). The revision is the sum result of the incorporation of the many changes put forth in the International Standard Bibliographic Description for Monographic Publications (= ISBD (M)) including the prescribed punctuation and also the reorganization and and rearrangement, in much clearer and more accurate terms, of the previous 1967 AACR rules. The purpose of the present study is then to point out the major differences between the 1967 AACR rules and the revised 1974 AA CR rules (for Chapter 6) for the benefit of the cataloger in her actual task of descriptive cataloging. The article consists of three parts: (1) an examination of the Appendices, I, III, and V of the revised rules, which are necessary for understanding the revision of Chapter 6; (2) comparative analysis of the Seven Areas of the revised General rules commonly used in descritpive cataloging; and (3) comparative analysis of Special rules.
On the Library Network
Sakong Chul ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 5, 1978, Pages 87~100
The components, configurations and analysis on cost - effectiveness for a library network are studied. In discussing the effectiveness of network, it was divided into 1) the effectiveness of on-line system, 2) the economy in the cost of information processing and management, 3) the effectiveness caused by the increase of information users and 4) the effectiveness by circulation of library holdings.
A Comparative Study on the Educational System of Library Science in Korea; Curricula from Junior Colleges to Graduate Schools
Kweon Kie-weon ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 5, 1978, Pages 101~124
From the 1957's of the cradle which curricula of library science was applicable to university to the 1978's today of heyday, it has been rapidly developing in the 20 years (1957-1978) and they have 5 junior colleges, 9 undergraduate courses, 5 graduate courses, 1 Ph. D. course. The education of library science above the undergraduate course was given greatly prominence to the theory of library science, information science and foreign languages more than that of the putting first in the practical business and built up the educational system of library science. Today is the informatization period from the 1960's. The fact which the automation of library works was attached in the latter half of the 1970's in Korea is the social need in order to respond to the worldwide tendency. As a result of making an analysis of curricula from junior colleges to graduate schools in this paper, I took the new direction which it is an alternative plan of the point at issue, and I want to be useful in the education of library science forwards.
A study of the librarians' morale in national and public libraries
Park In-ung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 5, 1978, Pages 125~151
It can be expected for a public library to increase the service efficiency only when librarians can be satisfied with their job. Job satisfaction is the feeling a librarian has about his salary, his work, his promotion opportunities, his co- workers, his supervisors, etc. and affects directly librarians' morale. This paper is a study on these factors that affect the professional librarians' morale in national and public libraries in Korea. The methods employed to achieve the purpose of this study are (1) to establish some tentative factors affecting librarians' morale (2) to gather and analyze the answers against them from the professional librarians working in national and public libraries in Seoul, Korea. (3) to find out the factors abstructing the librarias' morale (4) to propose the improvement plans for them. The conclusions made are as follows: (1) Delegation of rights and responsibilities. (2) Adoption of the democratic leadership. (3) The harmonious communications between managers and librarians. (4) The level of wages and allowance. (5) Revision of the librarians' promotion regulation. (6) Necessity of continuing education of librarians. (7) Satisfaction of welfare facilities. (8) Improvement of social acknowledgement for the librarians' professionalism according to the advancement the level of educational course.
A Study on Library Use Competency of High School Students
Han Yoon-ok ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 5, 1978, Pages 152~178
This has been designed for an attempt to survey a library use competency in order to provide basic information to plan more effective library use instruction for high school students. To get necessary data, a questionnaire was sent to 450 students in the 7 sample high schools in Seoul, and
of them responded. The followings are the analysed results. 1.
of them responded that they have heard about the decimal classification and
of all the students have ever used decimal classification to search for the materials. 2.
responded that they can understand the decimal classification and
of all the students want to know about decimal classification. 3.
responded that they have heard about the catalog cards and
of all the students used catalog cards to search for the materials. 4.
responded that they can understand the catalog cards and
of all the students want to know about the catalog cards. 5.
responded that they can use reference books. 6.
responded that they know about the parts of a book. 7.
responded that they can footnote. Reviewing the results of this study, library use competency of high school students can be said to be below level. And more effective approach is expected.