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  1. [해외논문]   From the Editor: Autumn Thank Yous   SSCI

    Trott, Barry
    Reference & user services quarterly v.55 no.2 ,pp. 82 , 2015 , 1094-9054 ,

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    With the coming of holidays it is always a good time to reflect thankfully on the collaborative nature of the work that makes it possible to get out a journal such as RUSQ. First off, I would like to thank the members of the RUSQ editorial board. The board members are the first readers of submissions to the journal and I appreciate their thoughtful reviews and suggestions for ways to improve articles. Without their work, the journal would not offer our readers the quality in breadth and depth of feature articles that support and move the profession forward. The board members also help guide the journalA€™s policies and procedures, offering thoughtful suggestions and ideas for improving both content and processes. For volume 54, the editorial board members were Jenny S. Bossaller, Heidi LM Jacobs, Kate Kosturski, Scott Seaman, Carol Singer, Nicolette Sosulski, Laurel Tarulli, David A. Tyckoson, Chiang A. Wang, and Neal Wyatt.

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  2. [해외논문]   From the President of RUSA: Revisiting Library as Place: Balancing Space Planning Priorities by Focusing on Core Purpose   SSCI

    Houston, Anne M.
    Reference & user services quarterly v.55 no.2 ,pp. 84 , 2015 , 1094-9054 ,

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    My library's new book shelf recently featured a striking new book edited by Manuela Roth, Library architecture + design,1 which includes color photos of new library spaces from around the world. I'm sure that other librarians share my enthusiasm about the design of library buildings and find pleasure in looking at library spaces while analyzing the design choices made in constructing new or reconstructing old libraries. We have a longstanding tradition of library spaces being beautiful as well as utilitarian, as evidenced by many websites featuring "most beautiful libraries in the world" (just Google this phrase for several Internet lists). We want libraries to fill our aesthetic desires perhaps because we spend so much time in them. Libraries are places to come and linger, and so we expect them to have spaces that are nice to look at as well as functional. The grand reading room is one manifestation of this, where users work intently at wood tables in a classically designed space, as is the colorful, happy children's room which conveys to children the joy of reading. In both cases, the design encourages the activity done in the room. For librarians, a successful space combines the beautiful with the functional: we enjoy architectural excellence but also seeing the choices made by architects and other librarians for how space will be utilized to meet user needs and fulfill the library's mission to its community.

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  3. [해외논문]   Management: Unanticipated Career Change: Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept It . . .   SSCI

    Greenwood, Aleteia
    Reference & user services quarterly v.55 no.2 ,pp. 87 , 2015 , 1094-9054 ,

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    Few among us can't relate to the well-worn saying, “Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.”1 For many of us, this applies as much to our professional lives as to our personal ones. Career paths are not always linear; in fact, they are often serendipitous or circuitous routes that bring exciting challenges our way, help us develop new interests, and take us to places we never dreamed we'd be. In this reflective column, Aleteia Greenwood shares the story of the transcontinental journey she made, traversing the disciplinary spectrum in tandem. Her insights underscore the rewards of taking chances and being open to possibilities, and the meaningful opportunities that come from doing so.—Editor

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  4. [해외논문]   Readers' Advisory: Differing Mental Models and the Futures of Libraries, Librarians, and Readers' Advisory   SSCI

    Crowley, Bill
    Reference & user services quarterly v.55 no.2 ,pp. 91 , 2015 , 1094-9054 ,

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    Many of us struggle with determining the best way to represent our profession in libraries. How do we maintain our relevance and the value of our degreed professionals while managing increasing expectations from patrons, tax payers, and politicians? In RUSQ 54:4, Duncan Smith provided a thoughtful conversation on the future of readers' advisory services in his article “Readers' Advisory: The Who, the How, and the Why.” Smith decided to write the article after reading Bill Crowley's 2014 article “Time to Rethink Readers' Advisory Education.” Smith and Crowley, while both highly respected professionals in the library industry, believe in two very different readers' advisory paradigms and the role professionals and paraprofessionals play in this service. In an effort to provide insight into both mental models, Crowley agreed to provide his reflection on Smith's article, expanding on his original article and introducing the RUSQ readership to an alternate readers' advisory model. In particular, he wants us to ask the questions “is RA success determined by facts or perceptions?” and “is our current RA model the right model?” It's an exciting opportunity for all of us to have two such notable professionals offering their expertise and opinion on the future of RA, providing deep reflection, solid arguments, and reflection on their differing RA paradigms.—Editor

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  5. [해외논문]   Information Literacy and Instruction: The Future of Academic Librarianship: MOOCs and the Robot Revolution   SSCI

    Sanborn, Lura
    Reference & user services quarterly v.55 no.2 ,pp. 97 , 2015 , 1094-9054 ,

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    Many aspects of a librarian's job require so much attention to detail that we forget to take a moment to sit back and imagine the possibilities of the information world. Lura Sanborn offers you that respite here as she ponders the future of libraries . . . with robots. She describes the features of a variety of existing technologies—including a robot currently working for a Connecticut public library—and poses many questions about how digitization and artificial intelligence might affect librarian employment in the future. She combines a refreshingly light style with copious quotes from popular and academic literature. Ultimately, she urges readers to consider possibilities, what those possibilities mean for librarians as a profession, and how our information needs might be met in the future.—Editor

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  6. [해외논문]   Amplify Your Impact: Don't Be a Reference "Tool": How to Use Internal Marketing to Build Staff Competencies in the Age of Inclusive Libraries   SSCI

    Pereyaslavska, Katya , Abba, Corinne
    Reference & user services quarterly v.55 no.2 ,pp. 102 , 2015 , 1094-9054 ,

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    Inclusivity is a topic which is coming to the fore in many institutions, and libraries are no exception. To many of us, this may be a new area and could be somewhat daunting to begin to address. The authors provide some background, resources, and ideas to start to make your library inclusive, accessible, and welcoming to all patrons.—Editors

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  7. [해외논문]   Accidental Technologist: How Can Libraries Improve Wikipedia?   SSCI

    Phetteplace, Eric
    Reference & user services quarterly v.55 no.2 ,pp. 109 , 2015 , 1094-9054 ,

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    Wikipedia and libraries got off to a strained start. Perhaps this is only my perception, but it appeared that Wikipedia was used as a defenseless punching bag in much information literacy instruction. The refrain was always “don't use Wikipedia” or “don't use Google” to the neglect of far worse research sources like Yahoo! Answers. This “traditional” stance of librarianship was that the community-edited encyclopedia failed any quality analysis due to its sketchy authority; “anyone can edit”—anonymously even!—and therefore its content cannot possibly be trusted. Instructors would even develop assignments wherein students would vandalize the encyclopedia, deliberately inserting inaccurate or incoherent content, to demonstrate its unreliability. Leaving ethics aside, such assignments are constructed to ignore the finely tuned “bots” (editing programs which constantly crawl the site looking for clear signs of mischief) and diligent editors working to remove such content.

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  8. [해외논문]   The Alert Collector: Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Guide to the Latest Resources   SSCI

    Frasier-Robinson, Michele
    Reference & user services quarterly v.55 no.2 ,pp. 113 , 2015 , 1094-9054 ,

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    Since the early 1990s there has been a steady escalation in the numbers of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)—today it is considered the fastest growing developmental disability in the United States. In 2010, it was estimated that 1 in 68 children were affected by autism spectrum disorder. This is an increase of approximately 120 percent from the data collected ten years earlier. Identifying it as one of six neurodevelopmental disorders, the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) describes autism spectrum disorder as “a series of developmental disabilities characterized by impaired social communication and interaction skills, accompanied by the existence of repetitive behaviors or activities, such as rocking movements, hand clapping or obsessively arranging personal belongings.”

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  9. [해외논문]   Testing Telepresence: Remote Reference Service via Robotics   SSCI

    Johnson, Eric O. , Kromer, John
    Reference & user services quarterly v.55 no.2 ,pp. 118 , 2015 , 1094-9054 ,

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    Interacting with patrons is the heart of reference services, but it is not always possible to meet face-to-face. This paper details the results of the testing of a telepresence robot for reference services. Telepresence systems allow for two way audio and video communication between remote parties; by combining telepresence with robotics this two way communication can happen anywhere. Adding telepresence capabilities to the existing suit of reference services on offer was meant to expand the reach of librarians throughout the building. However limitations in hardware and software mean the platform is not currently sufficient for reference services.

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  10. [해외논문]   Reference Services to Incarcerated People, Part II: Sources and Learning Outcomes   SSCI

    Rabina, Debbie , Drabinski, Emily
    Reference & user services quarterly v.55 no.2 ,pp. 123 , 2015 , 1094-9054 ,

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    During the 2013/14 academic year, students taking a required general reference course in a library and information science program answered reference questions from incarcerated individuals. The assignment was designed as a service-learning project. Here we examine how well the assignment met the course and program-level learning objectives that students are expected to attain. We described the data collection and analysis, present our findings and make recommendation in ways to increase student learning outcome and ALA professional competencies from a services learning projects. Specifically we discuss the need to increase education in e-government sources since our findings indicated they are most useful for answering reference questions from incarcerated people.

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