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Exploration on Secondary Education Undergraduates' SNS Communication Patterns and Perception : Focused on KAKAOTALK (사범계 대학생의 SNS 소통 행태 및 인식 탐색 : 카카오톡을 중심으로)

  • Park, Sun-Hee;Kim, Sung-Mi
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.16 no.10
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    • pp.27-37
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is figure out secondary education undergraduates' communication patterns and perceptions of use in KAKAOTALK, one of the most frequently used Social Network Service(SNS). The mixed method research was conducted of survey about 86 students and in-depth interview 10 of them. The chief implication of research showed that it has been firstly functioning them to sustain public and private network and to be an universal tool of expression their opinion, idea, themselves, however, they still regard face-to-face communication important. Secondly, they think that KAKAOTALK is a part of their everyday lives and regarded a communication space to freely express themselves and to adjust and manage their image. Thirdly, they psychologically solved their loneliness and were encouraged, moreover, the contents of communication were different according to usd of public or private team chat room. It needs a follow-up study comparatively to analyze other generation's cognitive psychological values in SNS and to suggest digital culture literacy guideline.

Library Use Patterns among Faculty Members & Awareness Toward Bibliographic Education (교수들의 도서관 이용과 서지교육 인식도)

  • 강혜영
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.30 no.4
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    • pp.59-86
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    • 1999
  • The purpose of this study is measure library use behaviors among faculty members and faculty awarenesses toward bibliographic education for undergraduates. Questionnaire listings offered by C university library were sent 200 faculties. 56% responded questionnaires were analyzed. The results are as follows. $\circledS1$They used library one more times per a month and during vocations & prefered to use scholarly journals. $\circledS2$They wanted 'subscription for scholarly journals,' 'inter-library loan,' but they seldom experienced in inter-library loan. $\circledS3$They gained the library skills in experiences and they had the average level of library skills. They used secondary sources and recognized traditional reference services. $\circledS5$They intended to bibliographic education for the faculty and the wanted group of 10 less and education for the new faculty members. $\circledS6$They though the students should be able to learn needed library skills. but wasn't necessary. $\circledS7$They intended to intergrate bibliographic education and cooperate with librarians. But they hadn't been familiar with librarians and encouraged students to use library.

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Structural Analysis of Self-Development Competency and Employment Readiness to improve the Job Achievement of Women's University Students (여대생의 취업을 향상시키기 위한 자기개발역량과 취업준비도의 구조적 분석)

  • Kim, Hee Yeong;Kim, Gi Un
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.29-37
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the effects of self-development competency on employment readiness for job achievement of women's university students and to enhance the recruiting rate of female students ultimately. This paper classified the factors of self-development competency and employment readiness and defined a new research model. This study is meaningful what self-development competency is actually helpful for female undergraduates to get a job. Both self-recognition skill and self-control skill have positive primary effects on their career development skills in self-development competency. Career development skills has a positive secondary effect on not only their goal setting for job seeking but also their searching for job information. This paper suggests that career development skills is of paramount importance so as to improve employment readiness. It is expected that executable education policies and cases can be more developed on the basis of this study.