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Information Management for Science in Korea

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  1. Information Management for Science in Korea Hyun Y. Cho Department of Library & Information Science Kyonggi University

  2. Information Infrastructure in Korea • Issues • Infrastructure for collecting information from the provider and the producer • How to collect data (information) more efficiently • Data, produced by domestic producers • Infrastructure for providing information services to users • How effectively providing services to users • How to deal with intellectual property • Information technology, standards…. • What else? Too many things to consider • The first thing goes first • Korean National Information Resources

  3. Citation Patterns & User Study • Analyzed citation patterns of authors (articles) on domestic journals • Highly dependent on foreign information resources (especially, science and technology), over 90% • Journals, proceedings, technical reports, dissertations, web resources…. • Reasons for preference to foreign information resources for doing research • Quality difference • Reliability of foreign resources • Difficult to find domestic information resources (1980’s) • Need to share national information resources • Open access to research information

  4. Important Information Resources • Important information resources in Korea are mostly from academic societies, universities, and other parts, such as government, private, and so on • The Sources of National Knowledge and Information Resources • Academic societies : academic journals and proceedings • Associations : journals and magazines • Universities : theses and dissertations, other research papers • Government or government-funded organization : research reports, white papers, and other government publications • National Museum : ancient documents • National Archives & Records Service : national cultural heritages and other national archives • Other resources from private sector (Only for open access resources)

  5. Digitization (Data Collection)

  6. Digitization in Korea – role play • Who does what for digitization of resources in Korea • KRF(Korea Research Foundation),KISTI(Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information) • Domestic journals from academic societies or universities • KERIS(Korea Education Research Information Service) and individual universities • Theses, dissertations, and other research papers from universities in Korea • National Library of Korea • Legal deposit for electronic resources • Other institutes, publishers…. • Need-base by an individual institute

  7. Digitization in Korea – role play • continued • Government-funded Information Centers • 9 information centers, representing 9 major areas (Culture, History, Maritime, Industry, Science & Technology, Education, Information & Communication, Construction, and Law) • Digitizing research reports, government publications, for assigned subject area • KADO(Korea Agency for Digital Opportunity & Promotion) • Managing agent for 9 information centers (Mediating & controlling) • Responsibility for making digitizing plan of national information resources • Budget allocation for digitizing of national information resources • Responsibility the distribution and sharing of digitized information by integrated services, called Korea Knowledge Portal

  8. Digitization in Korea • Ways of Digitization in domestic resources • Text-based data • A systematic approach to get original data (if possible, automatically) • Data collection system (ACOMS, dCollection, NTIS…..) • Those are the system, pursuing to collect digital documents on the spot where to be produced • SGML, HTML, XML……. • Image-based • Tiff, dvi, pdf, DejaVu…. • Way of digitization for the past data (printed material) • Any other • Legal deposit for digital materials by National Library of Korea (for the purpose of archiving and preservation)

  9. Systems for Digitization in Korea • dCollection • By KERIS, Korea Education Research Information Service • A system for collecting metadata and digital documents from academic communities in Korea • ACOMS • By KISTI, Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information • A system to collect digital documents, produced by Korean academic societies • NTIS • By MOST, Ministry of Science & Technology • A system to collect digital documents, produced by government-supported organizations

  10. Data Collection System - dCollection • A system for collecting metadata and digital documents, such as theses, dissertations, and other research papers from academic communities in Korea • Developed and operated by KERIS • To preserve digital documents and to assure open access to information • 206 universities in Korea were attended • 640 thousands theses and dissertations (full-text) are included • Will be connected with major open archives in other countries

  11. Update request reports thesis articles others OAI-PMH System Architecture of dCollection dCollection SP System National Knowledge DB Duplication Detection Algorithm Data Transmission System Integrated DB Data Transfer National Integrated DB DB Integration System Integrated DB DP Management System Data collection dCollection int. retriev sys Integrated Services Users Local Services Local Searching System Data Exposing System Full-text Archive Local Metadata Data Management System License Management System Hosting Management System dCollection DP System

  12. Data Collection System - ACOMS • Article COntribution Management System, developed and operated by KISTI • Two different Purposes; • For Academic Societies : Web-based Paper Submission & Review System • To support the major activities of academic societies including membership management, journal processing, conference organization, e-journal management and search system • For Information Center : Web-based system for collecting information, produced by academic societies • To collect digital documents, in a systematic approach, produced by Korean academic societies • At the present, 225 academic societies were attended

  13. Journal Publishing Conference Management Journal Publishing - Manager Conference Management - Manager Conference Guide Membership Management Paper Review Pre-registration Search Fee Management E-journal Search Paper Submission & Review Paper Submission Conference Management - User Journal Publishing - User System Architecture of ACOMS Journal Database

  14. Data Collection System - NTIS • NTIS : National S & T Information System • Developed by Ministry of Science & Technology • A part of National R&D Management System • the system, pursuing to collect digital documents on the spot where to be produced • Target data are research or project information from government or government-funded organizations • Open access to research information • Sharing research results

  15. Innovation Support Policy Making Industry National R&D Program Support System Economy Support Policy Making National R&D Program Monitoring Board Education National S&T Information System R&D Planning & Man. Evaluation & Promotion Innovative S&T Activity Support System Support R&D Activity Support Industrialization R&D Process National S&T Information System

  16. Information ServicesKorean Knowledge Portal dCollection Service System KoreaScience Portal

  17. Korea Knowledge Portal (Service) • Korea Knowledge Portal is the web-based information service system, designed to promote the circulation of the digitized Korean national knowledge and information resources • Operated by KADO (Korea Agency for Digital Opportunity and Promotion) • providing integrated information search services that encompass 9635 databases, scattered across various areas • 331 government agencies operate service systems for their own databases • Korea Knowledge Portal gives the highest priority • to maximize sharing and usage of national knowledge information resources • Open to public

  18. Korea Knowledge Portal

  19. A: General B: Humanities C: Social Sciences D: Management/Economics E: Law F: Pure Science G: Applied Science H: Electronic/Electric/Comp. Sci. J: Medical Science K: Art/Culture L: Language & Literature M: History/Geology Data Distribution Ratio by Subject

  20. dCollection Service System & Korean Knowledge Portal Korean Knowledge Portal Central Service Center Integrated DB User Information Center Integrated DB dCollection Hosting Agency Specialized Information Center (Data Provider) dCollection member library dCollection member library

  21. KoreaScience Portal • A Portal To Provide a Seamless & Barrier-free Access to & from World-wide S&T Information • Operated by KISTI (also operates ACOMS) • Covers articles in domestic journals in science & technology

  22. Benchmarikng Sites Web of Science Wiely 2 1 4 3 Korea-Science Service Structure User Link Center Search Service Portal sites, Information Center Journal Search Article Search Internet(Outbound/Inbound) Metadata Distribution for Selected Journals Data Registration on Globalized System Metadata Registration Response Page Retrieval System Circul. System Journal Registration to Commercial Aggregator Commercial Aggregator • Sorting • Refined Search • Category Search • MD Registration • J. Registration to Comm. Aggregator • Article View • Citation Info. • ref. linking FAST Journal Selection & Loading FAST Indexing Metadata Integrated Mgmt System Metadata for Selected Journal NDSL Metadata Loading Journal Information Selected Journal Fulltext

  23. Link Center as a Bridge to the World E-journals E-journals DOI National S &T Info. Link Center User

  24. Concluding Remarks • We found a way to go, but we did not find a way how well to get there yet in sharing information among ….. • Information Infrastructure is not a matter of how well to collect electronic data, but a matter of how well to cooperate and share information among libraries, countries, all over the world • The ultimate goal is to provide information services to users • Should be ready to open, and to be shared • Digital Divide among people, countries should be minimized • How can we do?