建置兒童圖書分類架構之研究:以國立公共資訊圖書館兒童資源中心為應用場域

Translated title of the contribution: The study of developing a customized classification scheme for children’s books: the application in children resource center of National Public Information Library

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Abstract

Public libraries in Taiwan usually use the New Classification Scheme for Chinese Libraries (CCL) to classify and arrange their collection of children books. CCL presents human’s knowledge from perspectives of disciplines and subjects. However, this approach is not suitable for children readers’ knowledge status and cognitive development. This research adopted qualitative research methods of book selecting task, observation, semi-structured interview and focus group to 15 children readers invited from the children resources center of National Public Information Library, exploring their book selection behavior and ways of choosing books, analyzing keywords of chosen books given by tested children, referencing previous research related to children books classification. Based on these data, the author finally developed a customized children book classification scheme with six facets of topic, geography, style, genre, age-appropriateness, and context-appropriateness.
Translated title of the contributionThe study of developing a customized classification scheme for children’s books: the application in children resource center of National Public Information Library
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)1-49
Number of pages49
Journal圖書資訊學研究
Volume14
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Dec 31 2019

Keywords

  • Classification of Children’s Books
  • Book Selection Behavior
  • Classification Scheme
  • Public Libraries
  • Qualitative Research

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