Chang Suk Kim, Ph.D.

Chang Suk Kim, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Email: kimc1@southernct.edu
Phone: 203.392.5191

B.A. Chosun University; M.L.I.S., Emporia State University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison

EXPERIENCE: 

Associate Professor (2007- Present)Southern Connecticut State University, School Communication, Information and Library Science. Department of Information and Library Science

Assistant Professor (2002- 2007)
Southern Connecticut State University, School Communication, Information and Library Science. Department of Information and Library Science

Teaching Assistant (1999-2001)
University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Library and Information Studies
   
Project Assistant (1995 - 1997)
University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Library and Information Studies Micro/Computer Lab (Supervisor:  Louise Robbins, Director of Laboratory Library).
 
PUBLICATIONS:
 
Kim, C. S. (In progress), Systems analysis in Library and Information Science curriculum.
To be submitted to the New Library World  [refereed journal].

Kim, C. S. (In progress), The effect of cognitive style on information search process.  To be submitted to the Library and Information Science Research  [refereed journal].

Kim, C. S. (2006), Library and information user within the context of different cultures and languages: comparison between USA and Korea.  International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Division VII: Education and Research  [research proposal]

Kim, C. S. (2004), A study of the relationship between cognitive ability and information
searching performance.  Journal of the Korean Library and Information Science Society, Vol 35 (3).

Kim, C. S. (1994), "Korea", In Wiegand and Davis JR. (eds) Encyclopedia of Library
History  (pp.327-328), New York & London: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1994

PROJECT PUBLICATIONS :
 
Statistical Report' 94: Public Library Data Service, Prepared by the Public Library
Association & American Library Association, Chicago, 1994. Project Assistant
 
Statistical Report' 91: Public Library Data Service, Prepared by the Public Library
Association & American Library Association, Chicago, 1991.  Project Assistant
 
 
INVITED PRESENTATIONS:
 
Kim, C. S. (2006), Library and information user within the context of different cultures and languages: comparison between USA and Korea.  Annual Conference of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Division VII: Education and Research (August 20-24, 2006, Seoul, Korea)

Kim, C. S. (2004) "Your Professional Opportunities," at the Connecticut Library Association, Support Staff Conference Session (October 29, 2004, Middlesex Community College, Middletown, Connecticut)

Kim, C. S. (2002) "The Effect of Cognitive Style on Information Search Process," Paper
presented at 52nd Annual International Communication Association Conference (July 15-19, 2002. Seoul, Korea).

Kim, C. S. (2002) "Predicting Information Searching Performance with Measures of Cognitive Diversity," Poster presented at 2002 Annual Conference of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (January 15-18, 2002. New Orleans, LA).

Kim, C. S. (2001) "Predicting Information Searching Process with Measures of Cognitive  
Ability," Colloquium, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
 
PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES/WORKSHOP PARTICIPATION:

Annual Conference of the International Federation of Library Associations and
Institutions (IFLA), (August 20-24, 2006, Seoul, Korea)

An International Conference on Access to Knowledge: Yale Law School Information Society Project,  (April 21-23, 2006, Yale University, New Haven, CT)

20th Annual CSU Academic Computing Conference, (April 8, 2006, Eastern Connecticut State University, CT)

The Black Caucus of the American Library Association Diversity Conference, (October 29, 2005, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT)

New England Library Association Annual Conference, (October 16-18, 2005 - Worcester, MA).

OCLC Connexion Browser for Current OCLC Catalogers - Learning the New Interface, (Friday, March 11, 2005 - Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA).

Annual Conference of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (January 11-14, 2005. Boston, Massachusetts).

Pedagogy Workshop for Distance Educators (Friday, November 19, 2004, Central Connecticut State University).

Connecticut Library Association, Support Staff Conference Session (October 29, 2004, Middlesex Community College, Middletown, Connecticut).

CSU Faculty Research Conference (Saturday, April 24, 2004, Southern Connecticut State University).

International Workshop on Inter-Domain Performance and Simulation (IPS 2004)
(March 22-23, 2004, Budapest, Hungary).

Annual Conference of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (November 18-21, 2002 Philadelphia, PA).

Annual International Communication Association Conference (July 15-19, 2002. Seoul, Korea).

Annual Conference of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (January 15-18, 2002. New Orleans, LA).

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS:
 
Minority Recruitment & Retention Awards (2005),  Office of the Faculty Development, Southern Connecticut State University. 

Curriculum Related Activities Grant (2004), Office of the Faculty Development, Southern Connecticut State University. 

Vilas Travel Fellowships (2001), University of Wisconsin, Madison

MEMBERSHIPS:
 
American Library Association 1994-present
American Society for Information Science and Technology 2000-present
Association for Library and Information Science Education 1998-present
International Communications Association 2001-present
International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions 2005-present