CV

Wan-Chen’s CV updated July 18, 2016

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Information Science
University of Washington, Seattle, USA
Attending Date: September, 2014 – present

Master of Library and Information Science
University of Washington, Seattle, USA
Attending Date: September, 2012 – June, 2014

Bachelor of Arts
Department of Library and Information Science
National Taiwan University (NTU), Taipei, Taiwan
Attending Date: September, 2007 – June, 2011

ACADEMIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Journal Articles
Lee, W.-C. (2015). Culture and classification: an introduction to thinking about ethical issues of adopting global classification standards to local environments. Knowledge Organization, 42(5), 302–307.

Lee, W.-C. (2016). Challenges and considerations of adapting foreign classification standards. In Knowledge Organization for a Sustainable World: Proceedings of the Fourteenth International ISKO Conference 27-29 September 2016 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

[Chinese article]
Lin, C. S. & Lee, W.-C. (2012). The policy debates on net neutrality in the United States: Perspectives of the library and information science community. Journal of Librarianship and Information Studies, 4(2), 69-85.

[Chinese article]
Chang, Y. J., Jeng, J. S., Wang, Z. L., Lee, W.-C., Shih, Y. P., Wang, J. C., Chang, J.Y., & Lee, Y. S. (2011). Future of Library Catalogs. Shu Fu, 31, 65-97.

Capstone Project (January, 2014 – June, 2014 )
Database for video game metadata project for the GAMER research group.
Sponsor: Jin Ha Lee, Assistant Professor
Information School, University of Washington
– Build XML schema using Oxygen based on GAMER Group’s metadata model
– Build input form using MS InfoPath based on XML schema
– Create prototype search and browse interfaces using PHP
– Build XML instances based on video game data in various formats
– Assessment, clarification, testing, and modification

WORK EXPERIENCES

Teaching Assistant (March, 2016 – June, 2016)
Class: LIS 530 A Organization of Information and Resources
Supervisor: Jin Ha Lee, Assistant Professor
Information School, University of Washington
– Communicate with students via course website and emails.
– Grade assignments and give constructive feedback.
– Assist setting up and maintaining the course website.

Teaching Assistant (January, 2016 – March, 2016)
Class: LIS 530 A and LIS 530 B Organization of Information and Resources
Supervisor: Joseph T. Tennis, Associate Professor
Information School, University of Washington
Supervisor: Allyson Carlyle, Associate Professor
Information School, University of Washington
– Give one lecture in each section.
– Communicate with students via course website and emails.
– Grade assignments and give constructive feedback.
– Attend lectures and lab sections in section A for teaching practicum.

Teaching Assistant (September, 2015 – December, 2015)
Class: LIS  570 C and LIS 570 D Research, Assessment, and Design
Supervisor: Robert Mason, Professor
Information School, University of Washington
Supervisor: Philip Reed, PhD Candidate.
Information School, University of Washington
– Assist course material preparation and assignment design.
– Communicate with students via course website and emails.
– Grade assignments and give constructive feedback.
– Attend weekly meetings with the instructors.

Teaching Assistant (January, 2015 – June, 2015)
Class: INFX  595  Capstone I  and  INFX 596  Capstone II
Supervisor: Nancy Gershenfeld, Senior Lecturer
Information School, University of Washington
– Meet with Capstone project groups, either on-line or in-person.
– Communicate with students via course website and emails.
– Grade assignments and give constructive feedback.
– Attend regular meetings with the instructor and other TAs.

Teaching Assistant (September, 2014 – December, 2014)
Class: INFO 470  Research Methods in Informatics
Supervisor: Katie Davis, Assistant Professor
Information School, University of Washington
– Attend lectures and assist in-class activities.
– Lead two lab sections weekly. Prepare students for assignments through lecture, activities, and discussions. Take attendance.
– Work closely with the instructor and other TAs. Attend weekly TA meetings, and share course plans for lab sections.
– Hold weekly office hour with other TAs.
– Have one-on-one meetings with students to help them with assignments.
– Grade quizzes and assignments based on rubrics provided by the instructor. Provide constructive feedback, and keep track of grades.

Chinese Cataloging Intern (January, 2014 – April, 2014)
UW East Asia Library
Supervisor: Charlene Chou, Head, Technical Services / Chinese Studies Cataloger
East Asia Library, Box 353527
– Bibliographic Checking: Categorize backlog collections.
– Copy cataloging and Original cataloging: using OCLC Connexion, Alma, LCSH Online Catalog, and Cataloger’s Desktop.
– Record Maintenance: Enhance existing UW Libraries’ records using tools listed.

Teaching and Research Assistant (January, 2010 – August, 2012)
Dept. of Library and Information Science, NTU
Supervisor: Chi-Shiou Lin, Associate Professor
Dept. of Library and Information Science, NTU.

Teaching:
Grade assignments, design some assignment questions, and assist preparing course materials for the following undergraduate-level courses:
– Reference and Information Services
– Research Methods and Thesis Writing
– Archives Administration
– Government Information Resources
– Library Information Systems

Research:
– Data analysis: Conduct transcription of interviews for a research concerning women readers’ reading behavior. Do citation coding of historical articles for a project of analyzing historians’ citing behavior.
– Literature review: Review English papers of several topics: net neutrality, boys’ love (Yaoi) fandom, information freedom, etc.

Summer Intern (July, 2010)
National Palace Museum Library
Supervisor: Shu-Hwei, Yeh, Assistant Curator,
Dept. of Rare Books and Documents, National Palace Museum.
– Build CMARC records: original cataloging of Chinese monograph and series following CCR (Chinese Cataloging Rules), as well as copy cataloging of English and European monograph following AACR2.
– Check periodicals and conduct interlibrary loan.
– Provide user services and shelve books.