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    Title: 我國公共圖書館電子資源採購與相關法規之研究 : 以臺灣中文電子書為例
    Other Titles: A study on electronic resource and related legislations in Taiwan public libraries : a case study of Taiwan chinese e-books
    Authors: 陳潔文;Chen, Chieh-Wen
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊與圖書館學系碩士班
    邱炯友;Chiu, Jeong-Yeou
    Keywords: 公共圖書館;中文電子書;電子書採購;數位閱讀;政府採購法;Public library;Chinese E-book;E-book Procurement;Digital Reading;Government Procurement Act
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-24 23:46:30 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究目的為瞭解我國公共圖書館提供電子書服務的狀況、推廣數位閱讀的情形、向國內電子書商採購電子書取得授權的模式,以及政府在法律上對於電子書的相關規範,期望透過研究成果能提供我國公共圖書館於採購電子書之法規政策參考。
    透過文獻分析法與訪談法,使用立意抽樣選擇國立級與直轄市級公共圖書館共計六間,訪談對象為負責電子書採購業務之館員或主管。蒐集並分析國內外文獻,採半結構式訪談法,設計訪談大綱,分為電子書服務與相關問題、購買電子書的情形與授權方式、涉及現行法規的內容及未來改善方向等三個構面,共十二道問題。藉以歸納本研究之研究結果如下:
    一、 國內公共圖書館電子書資源分配不均以及數位閱讀風氣未普及
    二、 多方管道推廣與徵集電子書服務
    三、 欠缺政府推動與相關法規過時
    四、 電子書平臺與授權模式多樣化導致使用不便
    最後,依據訪談結果與研究結論,分別針對公共圖書館、電子書廠商與政府單位三方提出建議。對於公共圖書館的經費不足與採購電子書的部份,在電子書廠商的定價模式、授權條件、計價方式、電子書平台之技術、規格、系統、服務與使用等相關層面,把關作品來源、品質及豐富性,與圖書館之間的互動,以及政府單位對於基層圖書館的人力及專業能力、修法人員的選擇、協助推動各制度與修法內容等各面向。
    The purpose of this study is to understand public libraries offer e-books service conditions, promotion of digital reading culture situations, domestic electronic authorization to procure e-books methods, and related legislations for e-books in Taiwan. The research achievements can provide references for regulations of the e-books procurement policies of public libraries in Taiwan.
    Through documentary analysis and interview method, using purposive sampling to select subjects are 6 public libraries of national and municipalities, the interviewees are librarian or director who responsible for e-books procurement operations.
    Collecting and analysis the document, using semi-structured interview, design the interviews outline of the 3 dimensions that about the e-books services and related issues, the situation with the purchase of e-books license, e-books involving existing related legislations and legislations to improve direction in the future, total are 12 questions. The findings of this study are summarized as follows:
    1. Not only e-books resources distributed unevenly in public library but also digital
    reading culture is not popular in Taiwan.
    2. Public libraries are use the multi-pipeline to promote and collect e-books services.
    3. Related legislations and policies are lack government promote and out of date in
    Taiwan.
    4. All kinds of the e-books platforms and licensing models cause inconvenience of
    problem by users and public librarians.
    Finally, according to interviews and research findings, several suggestions are provided to public libraries, e-books producers and government agencies.
    For public libraries are about the lack of budget and procure for e-books. In relation to e-books producers opinions of price model, licensing terms, and pricing of e-books, technologies, standards, systems, services and uses like related to the platforms of e-books, check on the source, quality and rich of e-books works, and the interactive collaboration between public libraries. As regards government agencies, increase in professional and capability of primary-level public libraries librarians, selection personnel to revise related legislations of libraries, and to aid in system and revise legislations of libraries and so on.
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