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공공도서관 실행공동체의 형성과정과 지속가능성을 위한 연구

A Study on the Formation Process and Sustainability of Community of Practice in Public Libraries

한국문헌정보학회지, (P)1225-598X;
2018, v.52 no.1, pp.113-131
https://doi.org/10.4275/KSLIS.2018.52.1.113
박성우 (광주대학교)
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초록

이 연구는 공공도서관 실행공동체의 형성과 지속을 위하여 매개자로서의 사서의 필요성을 증명하고자 하였다. 따라서 이 연구에서는 공공도서관 실행공동체의 형성과정을 알아보기 위해 문헌연구를, 실행공동체의 매개자로서 사서의 인식을 알아보기 위해 설문조사를 실시하였다. 그 결과는 다음과 같다. 첫째, 실행공동체(CoP)는 영역, 공동체, 실천을 바탕으로 지식을 순환시키는 공동체이다. 둘째, 실행공동체가 유지되기 위해서는 조직 내 리더와 조직 외 관리자의 중간 역할을 하며 운영을 지원하고 지식공유를 독려하는 매개자가 필요하다. 셋째, 공공도서관 사서가 발굴한 프로그램과 동아리는 잠재적 실행공동체이다. 이 잠재적 실행공동체는 참여자였던 공공도서관 프로그램의 수혜자가 프로그램의 제공자로 환원됨으로써 지속가능한 실행공동체로 발전한다. 넷째, 그러므로 공공도서관에서 실행공동체의 매개자는 사서이다.

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Public Library Communities of Practice Librarian Coordinator 공공도서관 실행공동체 실천공동체 사서 매개자

Abstract

The study is to prove the necessity of librarian as the coordinator for the building and sustenance of “Community of Practice” in public libraries. Therefore, The study reviews literatures and conducts a survey how librarians think of their work from the perspective of CoP. The results of this study are as follows: “Community of Practice(CoP)” is the kind of community composed of “Domain”, “Community” and “Practice” for knowledge circulation; The coordinator neither leader in CoP nor manager outside of CoP is necessary to sustain CoP by supporting management of CoP and promoting knowledge sharing; The programs and clubs designed by public librarians are potential CoPs; The potential CoPs turn into the sustainable CoPs when the participants of programs turn into the directors of programs; It means the coordinator of CoP is librarian in case of public libraries.

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Public Library Communities of Practice Librarian Coordinator 공공도서관 실행공동체 실천공동체 사서 매개자

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