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P-ISSN : 1598-1487 E-ISSN : 2671-1487

기록관의 교육서비스 사례유형 연구

A Study on Educational Services of Archives

김희정 (국제백신연구소(IVI))
https://doi.org/10.14404/JKSARM.2008.8.1.027

초록

본 연구에서는 기록관이 이용자들을 위하여 제공하고 있는 교육서비스 프로그램에 초점을 맞추어서, 선행연구 및 선진국의 사례들을 파악하고 정리하였다. 기록관의 교육서비스 프로그램은 첫째, 주로 초중등 학생과 교사들을 대상으로 수행되고 있었으며, 둘째, 현행 교과과정과 밀접한 연관이 있는 일차 사료 활용에 중점을 두고 있었다. 셋째, 교사 및 교육전문가, 보존기록전문가(archivists)들간의 구체적이고도 지속적인 협력관계가 병행되고 있었으며, 넷째, 직접적인 강의 형태 외의 책자자료 및 웹 기반 자료로도 다양하게 교육기능이 제공되고 있었다. 마지막으로 기록관의 교육프로그램 대상 주제 영역은 역사 영역 뿐만 아니라 사회과학 및 인문 예술영역도 대상으로 수행되고 있었다.

Abstract

In this study, educational service programs of archives have been reviewed through articles and case studies. As a result, five main educational services of archives were found. First, educational services are provided to K-12 students and teachers. Secondly, most educational services have focused on application of primary resources connected to current educational courses. Thirdly, cooperations among teachers, education experts, and archivists have been proceeded. Fourth, besides the direct instructions, printed materials and web based educational contents were also provided for students. Fifthly, utilization of primary resources were applied not only to history area, but also many subject areas such as social science, arts and humanities.

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