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I am a professor at Dept. of Library, Archive and Information Studies, College of Social Sciences, Pusan National University in Korea. I do research in Library Management, Library Marketing, Library Thought, Library History, Reading Campaign(e.g. One Book One City), Business Information Management, and Competitive Intelligence. And also I am interested in Qualitative Research.
University libraries need to reborn as central space of the academic activities of university at the 21st century knowledge-based society. This study conducted case study on P University libraries and explored the directivity of spatial composition to actively respond to needs of customers. To do this study, we examined the related papers in and ou...
This study aims to develop more user-oriented information literacy education for medical libraries in Korea. For this purpose, we benchmarked some advanced models in and out of Korea, and examined a case of C medical library which is medium size in Korea. Especially, we looked into the actual condition of information literacy education of C medical...
This study explored 'One Book, One City' projects which are being spread in Korea, with the perspective to broaden the horizon of 'Library Movement' and 'Reading Campaign' of Korea. 'One Book, One City' projects have been spread in North America during recent years, and they are reported as successful reading campaign in many communities, Many Kore...
This study explores what kinds of strategies are appropriate or needed for the academic librarians to upgrade their skills in the digital age. Printed and electronic sources related to this topic are gathered and examined, and communication with some academic librarians in USA is used for this study. The skills suggested in this paper mostly come f...
In this paper we discuss what Competitive Intelligence means, why it is growing in importance in the business world and how Library and Information Science Schools in the United States are responding to the opportunities presented by Competitive Intelligence. As a conclusion, we discuss some of the implications of our findings for Library and Infor...