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교수들의 기관 레포지터리 수용에 관한 연구: 혁신확산이론을 바탕으로

A Study on Faculty's Adoption of Institutional Repositories(IRs) Based on the Diffusion of Innovations Theory

정보관리학회지, (P)1013-0799; (E)2586-2073
2011, v.28 no.4, pp.141-160
https://doi.org/10.3743/KOSIM.2011.28.4.141
김지현 (이화여자대학교)

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초록

본 연구는 기관 레포지터리에 셀프 아카이빙하고 있는 미국 연구중심 대학 교수 109명의 데이터를 혁신확산이론의 주요 개념을 바탕으로 분석한 것이다. 이들 교수들의 대다수가 기관 레포지터리 담당자의 직접적인 연락이나 발표를 통해 기관 레포지터리를 인식하고 있었다. 혁신의 5가지 특성과 관련하여 디지털 보존과 이용통계 제공이 기관 레포지터리의 상대적 우위성을 강조할 수 있는 서비스 기능으로 나타났다. 또한 기관 레포지터리의 기반이 되는 오픈액세스의 가치와 학자들이 지향하는 지식과 학문의 발전이라는 가치 사이에 적합성이 존재하는 것으로 나타났다. 파일럿 프로젝트를 통한 기관 레포지터리의 시험적 사용가능성을 확인할 수 있었으며 기관 레포지터리의 수용을 통해 긍정적이고 가시적인 피드백을 얻은 교수들은 기관 레포지터리를 보다 적극적으로 지원하고 있었다. 혁신의 계속 수용이라는 측면에서 볼 때 기관 레포지터리의 수용을 지속시킬 수 있는 안정적이고 효율적인 서비스를 제공하는 것이 필요할 것이다.

Abstract

This study examined perceptions of 109 professors at doctorate-granting universities in the U.S. who have self-archived in Institutional Repositories(IRs), predicated on the Diffusion of Innovations Theory. The majority of the faculty learned about IRs through the contact from IR staff or their presentations. Relating to five characteristics of an innovation, digital preservation and usage statistics of an IR were considered to be its relative advantage. The principle of Open Access(OA) was found to have compatibility with the values that professors ultimately pursued. The trialability of an IR was determined by the fact that IRs were adopted by faculty through the participation of pilot projects. Professors who gained positive and visible results from IR adoption seemed more strongly support the repository. In addition, it is necessary for IRs to provide stable and effective services that support the continued adoption of IRs.

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