Dear INKSLIB members,
Greetings, and best wishes to you all!
It is the 3rd newsletter for INKSLIB members.
Please find the attached file.
Below is the table of contents.
1. National Library of Korea News
1.1 International Network for Korean Studies Librarians (INKSLIB) survey
1.2 Korea Announces the 3rd Comprehensive Plan for Library Development
- Libraries that Change Our Lives
2. Reference Source
2.1 The NLK’s Digital Collection (http://nlcollection.nl.go.kr)
- (Special collection) The 100th anniversary of the March 1st Movement and founding of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea
2.2 The National Archives of Korea’s government publications (http://theme.archives.go.kr/next/publishment/intro.do)
The NLK plans to create and send a newsletter every quarter (in PDF file).
For INKSLIB members, you can share not only your library’s Korean studies-related updates but also any news items big or small via this newsletter!
We will share the news along with our’s and keep the INKSLIB members connected.
If you want to share your items, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org whenever you have something to share and notify about.
We ask for your continued interest in our newsletter.
National Library of Korea
Government publications are published by public institutions under the Act on the Management of Public Archives Article 3 Section 1 to share the purpose and work responsibility of an institution within the institution or with the general public. As government publications include policy implementation process and result, various statistics and research/survey results, they are used as national policy legislation and administration reference materials.
The National Archives of Korea’s Government Publications Collection provides catalogue information of 240,486 government publications published between 1953 and 2015 and transferred to the National Archives of Korea and published between 1953 and 2015 by various institutions as well as full-text image of 169,222 books.
For users’ convenient searching, the collection provides functions such as Search by Keyword, Search by Publication Year, Search by Publishers and Search by Publication Type.
The Search by Publishing Institution menu is for searching government publications by publishing institution (e.g. national administrative organization, self-governing organization, educational organization, legislative organization, government investment institution, affiliated organization, committee, elementary school, middle school, high school, higher education institution, judicial authority, constitutional institution). Institutions (including abolished institutions) are classified by the administrative standard code.
By using the Search by Government Publication Type, you can search by material type (e.g. yearbook, white paper, statistics collection, handbook, project report, research/survey report, historical record book, institutional publication, educational material, meeting material, catalogue, lecture book and exhibition/illustrated book/art book).
The Advanced Search function is for searching by keyword, publishing institution, publication year, publication type, open/closed status (open, partially open, closed), full-text service etc. Using the filter function, you can re-search within searched results and restrict search results. For materials provided with full-text, you can see the full-text of the material with a single click.
Trends in Overseas Korean Studies Libraries (September 2018)
The Korean Collection at Cornell University
코넬대학교의 한국학 장서
You Lee Chun (전유리)
The 2017 Workshop on Korean Data Services : Useful data resources for Korean data refernce
2017 한국학 사서들을 위한 데이터 서비스 워크숍 : 한국학 연구에 유용한 데이터베이스
Jungwon Yang (양정원)
University of California San Diego and Its Korean Collection
캘리포니아대학교 샌디에이고 캠버스 도서관의 한국학 장서 및 운영 현황
Moon Jin (문효진)