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標題: 大學圖書館訂定電子館藏發展政策之研究
A Study on Formulating Collection Development Policies of Electronic Resources in University Libraries
作者: 戴筱蓁
關鍵字: 大學圖書館;University Libraries;館藏發展;電子資源;電子館藏;館藏發展政策;電子館藏發展政策;Collection Development;Electronic Resources;Electronic Collection;Collection Development Policies;Electronic Collection Development Policies
出版社: 圖書資訊學研究所
摘要: 
隨著電子資源的快速成長,電子資源成為圖書館重要的資訊資源。然電子資源的特性與紙本資源多有不同,為圖書館帶來更多的挑戰,也使得電子館藏發展政策成為圖書館重要的議題之一。本研究採用問卷調查為主要的研究工具,以了解國內大學圖書館發展電子館藏、訂定電子館藏發展政策之現況及其對訂定電子館藏發展政策之看法。
研究結果顯示如下:
一、大學圖書館發展電子館藏之現況:(一)大學圖書館館藏的類型趨向數位化及多樣化;(二)「聯盟」及「代理商或出版商」成為大學圖書館購置電子館藏的主要方式;(三)大學圖書館購置電子館藏費用佔書刊購置經費比例集中在10%-19%及20%-29%之間;(四)發展電子館藏已為大學圖書館帶來困難。
二、大學圖書館訂定電子館藏發展政策之現況:(一)有半數的大學圖書館已訂定電子館藏發展政策,且趨向以「將電子資源合併在既定的館藏發展政策」或「訂定電子資源相關原則」方式呈現;(二)大學圖書館所訂定之電子館藏發展政策項目以選擇與採訪為主;(三)大學圖書館訂定電子館藏發展政策時,以期刊組及參考組參與的比例最高;(四)大學圖書館發展電子館藏時多依循所訂定之電子館藏發展政策;(五)未訂定電子館藏發展政策之圖書館,其發展電子館藏時仍有一套準則;(六)未訂定電子館藏發展政策已對大學圖書館發展電子館藏造成困難;(七)未訂定電子館藏發展政策之大學圖書館中,有六成六的圖書館未有明確的計畫訂定電子館藏發展政策。
三、大學圖書館對訂定電子館藏發展政策之看法:(一)大學圖書館多認為電子館藏發展政策應為「將電子資源納入既定的館藏發展政策」及「訂定電子資源相關原則」二種方式呈現;(二)在歸納之電子館藏發展政策項目中,「館際合作」、「行銷」、「資訊自由與查檢制度」較不受到圖書館的重視
依據研究結果提出下列建議:一、館員應加強與採購相關的法律知識;二、圖書館應積極地訂定電子館藏發展政策;三、圖書館應加強各組間的合作與溝通;四、圖書館需持續地評估電子館藏發展政策的可行性。

The electronic resources play an important role in the university libraries along with their rapid growth. Since they are different from the traditional resources, the university libraries face more challenges than ever. Therefore, the electronic collection development policies have become one of the most important issues in the university libraries. This research was conducted by questionnaires, and the purpose of this research is to investigate the development of electronic collections, formulation of electronic collection development policies and the perspectives on such policies in the university libraries.
Major findings of the research are as follows:
1. Regarding the development of electronic collections: (1) The type of collections has shifted towards digitization and diversification; (2) Most university libraries purchase the electronic resources through consortia, agents or publishers; (3)Most material budgets devoted to electronic resources are between 10%-19% and 20%-29%; (4) University libraries face a lot of difficulties in developing electronic collections.
2. Regarding the formulation of electronic collection development policies: (1) Half of the university libraries have already adopted electronic collection development policies in one of the two modes: (i) incorporating electronic resources into established policies; (ii)establishing guidelines for electronic resources; (2)Electronic collection development policies focus on selecting and acquiring library collections; (3) Journal and reference divisions participate most frequently in formulating electronic collection development policies.; (4) Most university libraries strictly follow the existing electronic collection development policies when developing electronic collections; (5)University libraries that have not established electronic collection development policies still have certain guidelines in developing electronic collections; (6)University libraries that have not established electronic collection development policies confront difficulties; (7)66% of university libraries that have not established electronic collection development policies do not have clear plans to establish the policies.
3. Regarding the views on formulating electronic collection development policies: (1) Most university libraries are inclined to present electronic collection development policies in one of the two modes: (i) incorporating electronic resources into established policies; (ii) establishing guidelines for electronic resources; (2) Among the items of electronic collection development policies, “Interlibrary Cooperation”、“Marketing”、“ Information Freedom and Censorship” have attracted little attention from university libraries.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/7901
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