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Bibliographic Organization and Access of the Web Resources: Case Studies of Research Libraries

웹 자원의 서지적 조직과 접근 : 국내외 대학 도서관의 사례연구

  • 윤정옥 (한국과학기술정보연구원 정보자료센터)
  • Published : 2003.03.01

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to examine current issues in theories and practices of bibliographic organization of and access to the Web resources. and find out how to apply them to libraries in Korea. Literature reviews and case studies of five major academic Libraries in Korea as well as United State were conducted to describe and analyze patterns of actual bibliographic organization and access. Libraries definitely vary in how to organize or integrate bibliographic records of Web resources into OPAC and how they provide access to electronic journals and selected Web sites. Academic libraries in Korea are expected to collect more systematically and comprehensively Web resources of high quality and establish strategic plans for building reliable Web resource collection.

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