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Baeg, Jung Hoon, Choi, Wonchan, Lee, Dong Joon and Lee, Jisue (2012): The impact of the public library on early reading achievement: using the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study (ECLS) 1st grade student sample. In: Proceedings of the 2012 iConference 2012. pp. 538-540.

This study explored the effect of public library activities on reading achievement of 1st grade students, using the ECLS-K (Early Childhood Longitudinal Study-Kindergarten). The results from Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) indicate that children's reading Item Response Theory (IRT) scores were significantly related to whether their parents had a library card and visited the public library with them. In addition, the reading IRT scores of 1st grade students who had their own library cards were significantly higher than those of non-library card holding students. The location of the public library also played an important role in the number of times parents and their children visited it. Students who visited the public library also had significantly higher reading IRT score than students who did not visit the public library. These findings suggest that accessibility and utilization of public libraries contribute to the growth of reading abilities of 1st grade students.

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Yu, Casey and Baeg, Jung Hoon (2012): The evolution of a discipline: a fractal representation of information science. In: Proceedings of the 2012 iConference 2012. pp. 548-549.

The study of information takes place in nearly all disciplines -- most poignantly in the academic fields of Library and Information Science (LIS) and Computer and Information Science (CIS). Through the interaction of these two a new discipline is emerging which the iSchools have termed the iField. A co-citation analysis was completed using journal articles from LIS and CIS peer-refereed journals and plotted onto six cluster maps, one for each time span (approximately 7 years) from 1965-2009. These cluster maps, demonstrate the evolution of a new discipline from within and across LIS and CIS, and therefore the emergence of the iField, This study applies the theory of concretization of technology to determine whether there are synergies between the emergence of new topics and styles of work and events of significance to the history of computing, information technology, the information professions, and the information disciplines with the co-citation maps.

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Baeg, Jung Hoon, Burnett, Kathleen, Bonnici, Laurie and Subramaniam, Mega M. (2011): Navigating the confluence of streams in the development of disciplinary identity, 2004-2009. In: Proceedings of the 2011 iConference 2011. pp. 643-644.

This poster presents preliminary research on the relationship between the iSchools movement and the development of disciplinary identity between 2004 and 2009, the period during which the iSchools organization was officially founded. The goal is to explore whether it is possible to identify trends that emerge from articles written by iSchool faculty and graduate students (i-authors) that appeared in five journals with high impact factor rankings in the areas of Information Science and Library Science (LIS) and Computer Science and Information Systems (CIS) as indexed in the 2009 Journal Citation Reports. These two areas were selected because they represent the disciplinary homes of the majority of the iSchools membership. Descriptive statistics including frequency tables were used to identify trends in the development of disciplinary identity in the study of information. The results suggest that iSchool authors may be selecting publication venues based on the geographic proximity of the journal rather than journal impact rankings, subject matter, or style of work affinities. The researchers plan to conduct author cocitation analysis to further examine the influence of these factors. Graphs and charts are used to present the findings in the poster itself, and additional references will be provided.

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