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標題: 國立大學圖書館成員對學習型組織知覺之調查研究
An Investigation of the Staff's Perception of Learning Organization in the National University Libraries
作者: 張瑤華
關鍵字: Learning Organization;學習型組織;University Library;大學圖書館
出版社: 圖書資訊學研究所

The study is aimed to further learning activities by dwelling on three consecutive research topics: Firstly, to understand the recent developments of learning organization in national university libraries. Secondly, to identify different perceptions on learning organization among the staff in national university libraries by analyzing various background variables. Lastly, to offer suggestions for future development on learning organization.
To achieve these goals, questionnaires were designed with the literature analysis method and sent to the staff in twenty-seven national university libraries by stratified random sampling. After collecting 224 valid pieces, the data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, Students' t-test, one-way ANOVA and Scheffe's posterior comparison.
The research yielded the following findings: (1)The perception of learning organization of the national university library staff is somewhat on the average. (2)The perception of personal mastery ranks the highest on the scale; on the contrary, the perception of building shared vision is the lowest. (3)As for the influence of age, there is no significant difference in full dimension; the factor of age has influence on the personal mastery and team learning. (4)As for the influence of education, there is no significant difference in full dimension; the factor of education has influence on the perception of building shared vision. (5)As for the influence of job position, there is no significant differences in full dimension; the factor of job position has influence on the perception of system thinking. (6)There is a significant difference for every dimensional and full perception of learning organization among different administrative departments in the national university libraries, except in improving mental models. (7) The gender and the working experience does not affect the staff's perception of learning organization.
Finally the author offered suggestions as follows: (1)To cultivate seed teams of administrators for learning organization. (2)To enhance the ability of administrators in leadership. (3)To provide more opportunities of learning and encourage staff to take continuing education courses. (4)To design various learning activities for different age groups. (5)To build shared visions and goals of the library. (6)To re-exam the current organizational structure and manpower distribution. (7)To implement job rotation. (8)To establish teamwork relationship.
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