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A Study on the Improvement Plan of Publishing in Library Linked Open Data

국내 도서관 링크드 오픈 데이터 구축과 발행의 개선방안 연구

  • Lee, Sung-Sook
  • 이성숙 (충남대학교 문헌정보학과)
  • Received : 2020.05.26
  • Accepted : 2020.06.18
  • Published : 2020.06.30

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to find the cause and solution of the situation where library LOD does not spread after the introduction of library LOD. Research methods include literature research, case studies, and expert interviews. The improvement plan presented in this study is that first, the library needs to avoid the redundancy of the LOD construction target and build the only and specialized data. Second, libraries need to develop LOD services that reflect user needs and implement convenient LOD interfaces. Third, libraries need to establish identification system of data and build a authority file. Fourth, libraries need to recognize the necessity of data opening and linking to librarians and users, and provide opportunities for education and publicity. Fifth, it is necessary to use LOD for integrated search and to establish an integrated platform for search of library LOD. Sixth, libraries need to strengthen cooperation for LOD issuance and utilization, and form a working-level consultative body. Seventh, the government should pursue strong policies with a continuous commitment to LOD promotion and need to continue to provide budget support.

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