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標題: 大學教師對電子期刊資料庫評價之探討
A Study on Faculty''s Valuation for Electronic Journal Database in University Library
作者: 梁康馨
Liang, Kanghsin
關鍵字: value of electronic journal database;電子期刊資料庫價值;willingness to pay;contingent valuation method;university faculty;付費意願;條件評估法;大學教師
出版社: 圖書資訊學研究所
由於目前國內的電子期刊資料庫館藏仍以西文為主,而教師一向是西文期刊的核心使用者,因此選擇以大學教師為研究對象。本研究的動機在於發掘影響大學教師者對於電子期刊資料庫需求的因素,包括使用過與尚未使用電子期刊資料庫之潛在使用者。研究方法採用問卷調查法,參考能直接由使用者處取得主觀認定價值的方法-條件評估法(Contingent Valuation Method, CVM)設計訪談大綱,創造三個虛擬的財貨市場-效用降低、效用維持及分擔動機,透過實地訪談,以付費意願(Willingness to Pay, WTP)接受與否,請大學教師對電子資料庫做價值認知的表達,據以觀察其需求狀況。

The faculty in university are used to incorporate academic journals into their working patterns both research and instructional activities. This thesis is an investigation of the faculty's valuation for electronic journal databases in university library.
Using a modified single-bounded dichotomous-choice referendum based contingent valuation methodology and a case study approach. A random sample of Feng Chia University faculty was asked to estimate their willingness-to-pay electronic journal databases as its price changed. Personal interviews were conducted with 43 faculty, estimates of faculty satisfaction with the use and non-use value of electronic journal database are obtained.
The result indicate that valueation of electronic journal database is: 1. the faculty acknowledge the contribution of electronic journal database in doing research, 2. electronic journals as a way of disseminating information to scholarly communities is approved, 3. it's easier to find single article than printed journal. The factors that influenced faculty's valuation might include: the database can benefit faculty in doing research and instructional activities, the frequency of searching database is one of variables. In conclusion, the article advises libraries to rethinking the core collection development princiles from view of users.
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