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장서개발의 교육 : 교과과정의 연구

Education for Collection Development : A Study on the Curriculum

한국도서관·정보학회지 / Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society, (P)2466-2542;
2000, v.31 no.3, pp.169-184
엄영애 (대구가톨릭대학교 사회과학대학 도서관학과)
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초록

본 논문의 목적은 문헌정보학과와 도서관학과에 개설되어 있는 장서개발교육의 변화와 그 내용을 파악하는 것이다. 이를 위하여 도서선택으로 출발한 교과목이 장서개발 및 장서관리로 바뀌게 된 배경을 살펴본 후, 교과목명의 변화를 조사하였다. 교육의 내용은 장서개발 관련 교과목의 소개 및 개요를 모아서 분석하였다. 1980년대까지도 대부분의 학과가 자료선택(론)으로 가르치던 것이 1990년대에는 장서개발(론)로 변하였으나 교육되는 과정의 개요를 분석한 결과는 과목 명은 달라졌으나 내용 및 교육의 목적은 자료선택에 가깝다는 것이다. 이러한 결과를 근거로 장서개발의 교육과 실행의 방향을 제안하였다.

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Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to find out how the education for collection development has been changed and what are the contents of the collection development-related courses. The author tried to search some historical backgrounds on how selection of books became collection development and management. As for the ducation for collection development, the changes the course titles dealing with collection development were surveyed, and the contents of the courses provided by the Departments of Library and Information Science were analyzed. It was found out that though the course titles have been changed from selection of materials collection development, the contents showed their emphases on such selection-oriented topics as selection tools and acquisitions. It is concluded that as far as the contents are concerned, most of the important components for collection development have been taught. Based on the findings, a few suggestions including that there should be efforts to narrow the gap between the theories taught at library schools and the practices performed by librarians are recommended.

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