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A Study on the Sharing of Research Data in Library and Information Science Field (문헌정보학 분야 연구데이터 공유에 관한 연구)

  • Cho, Jane
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.34 no.4
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    • pp.59-79
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    • 2017
  • This study analyzed the type, subject and open level of research data in the field of library and information science field shared by Figshare, and statistically analyzed the characteristics of data with relatively high recyclability. The results of the analysis showed that datasets and papers were most common data types, and open access and research data were the most common keywords of data, and that 70% of the data were published in a form that can not be processed mechanically such as pdf. As a result of analysis of the relationship between characteristics of research data and degree of sharing, open access areas such as APC (Article Processing Charge) were found to be most common in the subject. However in data type, gray literature such as paper found to be highly utilized rather than dataset.

Data Life Cycle Proposal for Research Data Management (연구 데이터 관리를 위한 데이터 라이프 사이클 제안)

  • Kim, Juseop;Kim, Suntae;Jeon, Yerin
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.53 no.4
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    • pp.309-340
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    • 2019
  • Although overseas countries have already developed data life cycle for the preservation and curation of data since the 1990s, the research in Korea has been very insufficient. In this study, we analyzed the data life cycles developed in DCC, ICPSR, IWGDD, DataONE, USGS and UKDA to propose data life cycle for efficient management of research data. As a result of the analysis, the common components derived are 'Plan', 'Create & Collect', 'Process', 'Preserve', 'Dispose', 'Access & Use', 'Describe', 'Assure' and 'Backup & Secure'. In addition, the nine components were subdivided into stages to describe the details to be carried out at that stage. It is expected that the content of this study will be applicable in the future development of data life cycle for research data management in Korea.

Current Status and Issues of Data Management Plan in Korea (데이터 관리 계획의 국내 현황 및 과제)

  • Choi, Myung-seok;Lee, Sanghwan
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.20 no.6
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    • pp.220-229
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    • 2020
  • With the recent development of digital technology, the research paradigm is evolving towards data-driven. National management and utilization of research data is a key element not only to enhance research transparency and efficiency, but also to prepare for a data-driven society. Policies and infrastructure for sharing and utilization of research data from publicly-funded research are being actively promoted worldwide. In Korea, related regulations were recently revised to mandate to submit a data management plan (DMP) when proposing a national R&D project. In order to effectively implement the sustainable DMP system, researchers need various support. In addition, guidelines and implementation procedures are essential for management and utilization of research data at the national or institutional level. In this paper, we provide an overview of the data management plan, examine the current status and issues in Korea, and suggest a template and checklists of data management plan, and an implementation procedure at research institutes.

A Study on the Research Support Services of the University Library based on the Research Life Cycle (연구 수명주기 기반 대학도서관의 연구지원서비스 분석 연구)

  • Oh, Sunhye;Kwak, Seing-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.54 no.2
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    • pp.155-178
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    • 2020
  • As the research environment, such as Open Science, has recently changed, the scope of research support services conducted by university libraries is also expanding. In particular, there is a movement that needs to develop research support services of university libraries that are suitable for this through a clear understanding of the research life cycle centering on overseas. The purpose of this study is to provide suggestions that university libraries can refer to when developing research support services that can systematically support all phases of the research life cycle. To this end, the research life cycle was divided into five stages, "planning," "project," "publishing," "preservation" and "disseminating" and the research support services provided at each stage were examined around the cases of U.S. and domestic university libraries. Based on the implications obtained from the case, a service plan was proposed for domestic university libraries to systematically support each phase of the research life cycle.

A Study on the Considerations for Data Management Plan Services in University Libraries (대학도서관의 데이터관리계획 서비스 고려사항에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Hyeong Jeong;Kim, Jihyun
    • Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science
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    • v.32 no.3
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    • pp.187-215
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    • 2021
  • Due to the ongoing spread of digital technology, there is a movement around the world to open the process and results of research, and Open Science in order to improve access to data produced during the research process, which, as a result, supports the open development and advancement of science. In Korea, discussions on the DMP service are starting at domestic universities for the systematic management, sharing, and utilization of research data. Therefore, in this study, the status of DMP services provided by overseas university libraries were examined through case studies, opinions and requirements for DMP services. The effectiveness of DMP services were confirmed with collected research data, including interviews with research support service personnel of domestic university libraries. Through this, it was intended to suggest matters to be considered in terms of policy making, service implementation and awareness enhancement when providing DMP service in domestic university libraries.

A Study on the Development of the Research Support Service Model of the University Library based on the Research Life Cycle (연구 수명주기 기반 대학도서관 연구지원서비스 모형 개발 연구)

  • Oh, Sunhye;Kwak, Seung-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.55 no.3
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    • pp.321-342
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    • 2021
  • The purpose of this study is to develop the research support service model of a university library, which prepares for the changing research environment and supports the entire research process. In particular, components of the research support service at each stage of research are developed based on 'the research lifecycle' to support the entire research process. First, constructed elements of research support services that should be supported at each stage of the study through literature reviews and surveys of service demand. Next, a survey and in-depth interview were conducted with service providers to ensure effective service operation. This research support service model developed through the processes above are proposed as 'the research support service component model' that consists of six steps and 50 components including 20 core elements and as 'the research support service operation system model' that is composed of the organic system among government and related organizations, university libraries and organizations inside universities.

A Study on the maDMP (machine-actionable DMP) Implementation Cases and its Application Method (maDMP 구현 사례와 적용방안에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Juseop;Kim, Suntae;Han, Yeonjung;Youe, Won-Jae
    • Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science
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    • v.32 no.4
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    • pp.111-134
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    • 2021
  • Recently, the preparation and submission of DMP is gradually becoming compulsory, centering on domestic government-funded research institutes. However, as DMP preparation is described in written or free text, there is a problem that research data management cannot be properly explained due to non-standardization and insufficient preparation in terms of standards, formats, and management. Therefore, in this study, a case study was conducted on a machine-readable DMP that can be automatically generated and maintained by a machine, and a method for applying maDMP was proposed. Examples of maDMP investigated included RDCS, Argos, Haplo Repository, and DMap. In addition, the use of permanent identifiers, application of controlled vocabulary, and application of semantic technologies such as ontology can be mentioned as possible ways to apply maDMP.

A Study on Knowledge Open Platform for Science and Technology Information Service: With a Focus on Data, Technology Software and Utilization-Case (과학기술정보 서비스 지원을 위한 지식 공유 플랫폼 - 데이터, 기술 S/W 및 활용 사례를 중심으로)

  • Kim, Kwang-Young;Lee, Seok-Hyoung;Lee, Hye-Jin;Park, Jung-Hoon;Seol, Jae-Wook;Kim, Jinyoung;Oh, Heung-Seon;Yoon, Jung-Sun;Jeong, Seo-Young
    • Journal of Digital Contents Society
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    • v.18 no.6
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    • pp.1183-1191
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    • 2017
  • In order to support the service efficiently, a Science and Technology information platform that can share the same contents and technologies is needed. Therefore this study develop a platform that can use various contents and technologies as a common utilization factor, and support a fast and efficient service. In addition, It suggest examples of various APIs in a platform environment system that can utilize scientific data and technologies in various forms according to their use. Throughout the studies, various contents and technologies will be able to connect and interact with each other through the API Gateway on the platform, as well as to integrate Science and Technology contents based on identified researchers, institutions, and terminology data.

An Investigation on Intellectual Structure of Social Sciences Research by Analysing the Publications of ICPSR Data Reuse (ICPSR 데이터 재이용 저작물 분석을 통한 사회과학 분야의 지적구조 분석)

  • Chung, EunKyung
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.52 no.1
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    • pp.341-357
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    • 2018
  • Due to the paradigm of open science and advanced digital information technology, data sharing and re-use have been actively conducted and considered data-intensive in a wide variety of disciplines. This study aims to investigate the intellectual structure portrayed by the research products re-using the data sets from ICPSR. For the purpose of this study, a total of 570 research products published in 2017 from the ICPSR site were collected and analyzed in two folds. First, the authors and publications of those research products were analyzed in order to show the trends of research using ICPSR data. Authors tend to be affiliated with university or research institute in the United States. The subject areas of journals are recognized into Social Sciences, Health, and Psychology. In addition, a network with clustering analysis was conducted with using co-word occurrence from the titles of the research products. The results show that there are 12 clusters, mental health, tabocco effect, disorder in school, childhood, and adolescence, sexual risk, child injuries, physical activity, violent behavior, survey, family role, women, problem behavior, gender differences in research areas. The structure portrayed by ICPSR data re-uses demonstrates that substantial number of studies in Medicine have been conducted with a perspective of social sciences.

A Study on the Peer Review Activity of Domestic Researchers in International Journals: Focused on Publons (국내 연구자의 국제 학술지 동료 심사 활동에 관한 연구 - Publons를 중심으로 -)

  • Cho, Jane
    • Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science
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    • v.33 no.1
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    • pp.5-24
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    • 2022
  • As a new academic publication model is attempted to improve the transparency, efficiency, and speed of scientific knowledge production and distribution, the open peer review platform for verification and openness of peer review history is also activated. Publons is a global platform for tracking, validating, disclosing, and recognizing the peer-reviewed histories of more than 3 million researchers worldwide. This study analyzed the review activities of 579 researchers from domestic universities who are actively reviewing international journals through Publons. As a result of the analysis, first, researchers from domestic universities who actively review international academic journals were found to be in the fields of medicine and electrical and electronics, and in most fields, assistant professors or higher with high WOS indexed research papers are participating. Second, there was a long-tail phenomenon in which a small number of reviewers with extremely high number of review papers existed in all academic fields, and there was no significant difference in the number of review papers and review report length depending on the nationality, academic status, and age of the reviewers. Lastly, although there was a weak correlation between the amount of papers reviewed by reviewers and the number of published papers, it was found that researchers with an extremely large number of reviews do not necessarily produce as many research papers.