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정보활용능력 인지 수준과 도서관 불안 간의 관계 분석

An Analysis of Relationship Between Self-Cognition Level of Information Literacy and Library Anxiety

한국문헌정보학회지, (P)1225-598X;
2011, v.45 no.4, pp.123-137
https://doi.org/10.4275/KSLIS.2011.45.4.123
오의경 (상명대학교)
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Abstract

The study analyzed the relationship between self-cognition level of information literacy(SCLIL) and library anxiety(LA). SCLIL was 3.72 point, LA was 2.47 point, and these results are similar to previous studies. SCLIL and LA are correlated each other significantly(r=r=-0.493, p<0.05). Higher SCLIL leads to lower LA. Also, the study found the main factors of LA was lack of methods to access information', ‘lack of confidence in evaluating the information's relevance.’ For those who are going to major in Library and Information Science, it is found that they have less LA and lower SCLIL compared to those who are not willing to major in Library and Information Science, and this shows a tendency to downplay their own abilities, while tending a more positive image of libraries. Based on the results, recommendations were made to use social and psychological standard tests in order to elaborately and diversely reflect individual information user's psychological aspect.

keywords
Information Literacy Self-Cognition of Information Literacy Library Anxiety LAS(Library Anxiety Scale) Barriers with Staff Affective Barriers Comfort with the Library 정보활용능력 정보활용능력 인지 수준 도서관 불안 직원으로 인한 장벽 정서적 장벽 안락함

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