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Needed to recover : the identity of academic libraries and librarians (추락하는 '대학의 심장', 흔들리는 '사서의 정체성')

  • ;Lee, Jae-Whoan
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.28
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    • pp.505-525
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    • 1998
  • This paper discusses the 'identity' issue of academic libraries and librarians in South Korea. With the rapid social changes, both academic libraries and librarians in South Korea are confronted with a crisis for survival. This paper criticizes the two main social ideology led to such a crisis : namely, the extreme forms of capitalism and technological determinism. To overcome the present crisis, this paper recommends the academic libraries to recover or reform their identity as a cultural, expecially, knowledge organization, not just as an information agency. Also recommended for academic librarians is to make their best effort to be a real professional with the required knowledge and experience.

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Online Publication System of Academic Research Paper:From the Viewpoint of Digital Goods in Case of Social Science Field (디지털상품 관점의 연구성과물 온라인 공표제도 - 사회과학 분야 학술연구성과를 중심으로 -)

  • Park, Moon-Suh
    • International Commerce and Information Review
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    • v.7 no.3
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    • pp.3-25
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    • 2005
  • It is high time to prepare the online publication system of academic research paper. Online publications like digital research paper, e-Book, etc. are increased day by day as the information technology(IT) is developing continually. But, the legal aspect of publication system of academic research paper in Korea is not prepared yet. The purposes of this study are to examine the problems on the publication system of academic research paper in the context of digital goods and to frame a policy of legal proceedings in relation to the social science. The methodology used in this paper is theoretical analysis which is examining the case of academic research system and scientific journal in Korea. As a result of this study, following measures are suggested: (1) Legal provisions on the online publication system, that is, "Research Promotion Law of Korea" controlled by KRF(Korea Research Foundation) and MOE(Ministry of Education) should be revised. (2) Solution like software program and DB system proceeding the data on academic research paper should be prepared newly. (3) From the viewpoint of digital goods, both protecting the intellectual property right and settling the reliance upon online publication system should also be considered simultaneously.

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Procedural Problems in Academic Writing Faced by International Students (외국인 대학생이 작성 중인 학술 보고서에 나타난 제(諸) 문제)

  • Kim, Jiyoung
    • Journal of Korean language education
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    • v.28 no.1
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    • pp.23-47
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    • 2017
  • This research analyzed procedural problems presented in academic writing faced by international students. The result of this research will serve as a basis for suggesting methods of developing a curriculum in Korean writing as a liberal arts education designed for international students. To analyze problems presented in academic writing by international students, the standard of assessment was divided into interaction, knowledge construction, and material quotation. Then, knowledge construction was divided into contents, structure, and expression, and the items were subdivided in each category. These categories of assessment correspond to the genre of academic writing and are different from the existing standard of assessment for academic writing. Applying these standards, this research analyzed 43 texts of academic writing in process for a final paper by international students in an class and presented problems in them. Furthermore, this paper aims to give detailed feedback that can help solve those problems.

The Study of social factors toward Academic Satisfaction in E-Learning Education

  • Kim, Kyung-Woo
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.21 no.11
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    • pp.135-139
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    • 2016
  • This paper investigates the empirical implications. The research question of this study is to verify the influences of psychological and environmental factors toward performance satisfaction and durability of learning in E-Learning University. For empirical verification, a survey was conducted targeting 500 students in E-learning Universities. The results show that actional environment on academic satisfaction in learning is the most important factor followed by physical environment, internal motivation, and academic burnout. The effect of psychological factors on learning persistence was important in the order of academic vision, internal motivation, actional environment and physical environment. The effect of academic satisfaction on learning durability proved to be statistically significant. The results suggest that actional environment should be considered with top priority to increase the academic satisfaction. learning satisfaction, academic vision, and academic satisfaction to enhance students' intention to continue studies are important. Academic burnout has a negative effect on both academic satisfaction and learning persistence, suggesting that this aspect should be properly addresses. The effects of student background variables in E-learning were explored.

Discourse Socialization in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication

  • Ha, Myung-Jeong
    • International Journal of Contents
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.19-28
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    • 2013
  • This paper, based on a qualitative ethnographic study among college of education students, examines the online interactional processes surrounding academic discourse socialization. Data for this paper come from a larger study of an academic classroom community of graduate students and their instructor. In this study, I looked into the ways computer-mediated communication (CMC) contexts factor into graduate students' academic literacy experience in a graduate classroom, therein enculturating them into their new academic community. I focus on cases of nonnative graduate students in a content course in the department of educational psychology at a large southwestern university in the U.S. I explore the agency of the focal participants in terms of the roles they played in the classroom discourse highlighting the dialectical and interactional perspective of academic discourse socialization. This paper focused on the construction of varied participant roles of the focal students. It further examines student reactions and responses to these constructions during synchronous CMC activity.

A tentative assumption on the academic schools of Korean Oriental Medicine (한국한의학(韓國韓醫學)의 학술류파(學術流派)에 관(關)한 시론(試論))

  • Kim, Nam-Il
    • The Journal of Korean Medical History
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.3-25
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    • 2004
  • This study is aimed at grouping the academic lines of Korean Oriental Medicine into academic schools. The standard that can be used to classify the academic schools of Korean Oriental Medicine is first of all, identical theory; secondly, similar trend in compiling medical text; and thirdly, having the same individual body of theory. In this paper, based on these three criterion, the lines have been divided into 15 academic schools.

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A Study on Paper Writing Education in Academic Library (대학도서관에서의 과제 작성 교육에 관한 연구)

  • Rhee, Hey-Young
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.42 no.1
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    • pp.369-395
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    • 2011
  • Some academic libraries have paper writing education as part of information literacy education. Paper writing education includes the following contents; choice of subject, information type and information location, information retrieval. citation and bibliography writing, plagiarism type and(a front) cover table of contents writing. This study investigated paper writing education of the academic libraries that have it. Upon investigation, the academic libraries put a high importance on information type, location and retrieval. On the other hand, they lacked of the education on citation and bibliography writing, especially plagiarism. And some of the academic libraries had not the education on a choice of subject and(a front) cover a table of contents writing. Improvement of teaching method was required. This study finding will give effective material to the academic libraries having education and will have education.

Development and Evaluation of Authority Data based Academic Paper Retrieval System (전거데이터 기반 학술논문 검색시스템의 구축 및 평가에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Seok-Hyoung;Kwak, Seung-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.46 no.2
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    • pp.133-156
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    • 2012
  • 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.

Development of Nursing Center for Elderlies and the Disabled (노인 및 장애자를 위한 건강간호센타 운영모형 개발 - 대학 건강간호센타를 중심으로 -)

  • Lee Kap-Soon
    • Journal of Korean Public Health Nursing
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.17-29
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    • 1993
  • Nursing centers are nurse-managed organizations that give the client direct access to professional nursing services. Academic nursing centers are faculty-created and -organized nursing centers integrated into nursing school or cooperated with community nursing center. Academic nursing centers are needed for providing services to the forgotten or underserved populations in the community, providing learning opportunities for nursing students and practice opportunities for faculties. The intent of this study is to identify the elements needed in developing process and operations of acedemic nursing center for elderlies and the disabled, and to present the desired model for academic nursing center. The processes of my study were : 1) The articles of the academic nursing centers in U. S. were reviewed and analysed. 2) The academic nursing center for elderlies and the disabled was developed and operated in my paper. 3) Desired model for academic nursing center was presented in my paper. The followings are the results of my study: 1. Elements needed in developing process of academic nursing center were philosophy and goals, the community support, assessment of the validity of the service and health needs, identification of the service contents, roles and responsibilities, communication lines, finances for facilities and operations, cooperation with resources, and developing record system. 2. Elements needed in operations of academic nursing center were the structural organizations, realization of the above philosophy and goals, development of policy and nursing standards, faculty participation, continuity of services, and financial solutions. 3. The desired model was presented according to the process and operations.

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The Commercialization of Academic Research in the Context of Shifting Intellectual Property Regimes in the Twentieth Century (20세기 대학연구의 상업화와 지적재산권 제도의 변화)

  • Yi, Doogab
    • Korean Journal of Environmental Biology
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    • v.32 no.4
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    • pp.403-412
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    • 2014
  • This article chronicles key shifts in intellectual property regimes in the twentieth century as they related to the commercialization of academic research. The institutionalization and growth of scientific research in the research university in the twentieth century and the increasing awareness of its potential to promote technology innovation and economic growth posited an important question of the ownership of knowledge created in the academic setting, where knowledge was traditionally regarded as a common property among academic researchers. This paper shows the ownership of academic knowledge emerged as a key public policy and legal issue in the latter half of the twentieth century for academic researchers and government officials who pursue the commercialization of academic knowledge for private gain and public benefit. The resulting institutionalization of patent management in the research university and shifts in federal patent policy in turn opened a new legal avenue for the establishment of the private ownership of academic knowledge and the expansion of intellectual property rights in academia, especially in the area of biological and biomedical research. Reflecting upon historical shifts in intellectual property regimes in the twentieth century, this paper suggests recent controversies regarding ownership of biological knowledge and profit sharing in developing counties are linked to critical issues pertinent to the welfare of indigenous population, utilization of new natural resources, and sustainable development for humanity.