Hak Joon Kim, Ph.D.
Hak Joon Kim, Ph.D.
Professor and Chairperson
B.A., Chung-Ang University; M.L.S., Ph.D., Indiana University.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Kim, H. J. & Kim, J. (2014). The Impact of Senior Citizens’ Use of Online Social
Networks on Their Cognitive Function. International Journal of Research Studies in Educational Technology, 3(2), 21-30. Also available at http://www.consortiacademia.org/index.php/ijrset/article/view/844
Kim, H. J. & Kim, J. (2013). Reading from an LCD monitor versus paper: Teenagers’ reading performance. International Journal of Research Studies in Educational Technology, 2(1), 15-24. Also available at http://www.consortiacademia.org/index.php/ijrset/article/view/170
Kim, H. J. & Kusack, J. M. (2005). Distance education and the new MLS: The employer’s perspective. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 46(1), 36-52.
Kim, H. J. (2001). The transition from paper to electronic journals: Key factors that affect scholars’ acceptance of electronic journals. The Serials Librarian, 41(1), 31-64.
Kim, H. J. (2000). Motivations for hyperlinking in scholarly electronic articles: A qualitative study. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 51(10),887-899.
Kim, H. J. (1999). The similarities and differences between the hyperlinking practice of scholarly e-journal authors and the traditional citing practice. Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, 33(4), 47-63.
Kim, H. J. (1999). The cognitive differences between the processes making hyperlinking and citing decisions in scholarly environments: A qualitative study. Journal of the Korean Society for Information Management, 16(3), 117-136.
Harter, S. P. & Kim, H. J. (1996). Electronic journals and scholarly communication: A citation and reference study. Information Research, 2(1). Available at http://InformationR.net/ir/2-1/paper9a.html
Harter, S. P. & Kim, H. J. (1996). Accessing electronic journals and other epublications: An empirical study. College & Research Libraries, 57(5), 440-456. This paper received the 1997 K.G. Saur Award for best article in the journal.
Apr 2016 Reaching for the Future: Reflections on SCSU’s Newly Developed Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) Program, The 125th Connecticut Library Association Annual Conference, Hartford, Connecticut.
Mar 2008 The Impact of the Internet-Based Electronic Resources on Formal Scholarly Communication: A Citation and Reference Study, The 11th Annual Faculty Research Conference, Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, Connecticut.
Apr 2007 Assessing Special Project Portfolios of Graduating MLS Students for Evidence of Meeting Proposed National Competencies, The Fourth Annual Four-campus Assessment Conference, Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, Connecticut.
Apr 2002 Distance Education and the New MLS: The Employers Perspective, The Seventh CSU Faculty Research Conference, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut.
Oct 1999 The Similarities and Differences between the Hyperlinking Practice of Scholarly E-journal Authors and the Traditional Citing Practice, National Meeting, The Korean Society for Library and Information Science, Seoul, Korea.
May 1996 Electronic Journals and Scholarly Communication: A Citation and Reference Study, Mid-Year Meeting, The American Society for Information Science, San Diego, California.
Apr 2009 Using Information Technology, 8th ed., Reviewed for McGraw-Hill.
Feb 2009 Human Issues in Technology, Reviewed for SAGE Publications.
Sep 2008 Instructional Design Principles and Procedures, Reviewed for SAGE Publications.
May 2003 Analysis, Action and Evaluation: Understanding the Instructional Design Process, Reviewed for Allyn & Bacon.
Feb 2003 Systematic Design of Instruction, 5th ed., Reviewed for Allyn & Bacon.
Aug 2002 Introduction to Educational Multimedia, Reviewed for Allyn & Bacon
Honors and Awards
2015 Nominated for the 2015 Outstanding Academic Adviser Award
2013 Nominated for the 2013 Technological Teacher Award
2009 Nominated for the 2009 J. Philip Smith Outstanding Teaching Award
2008 Nominated for the 2008 J. Philip Smith Outstanding Teaching Award
2003 Identified as one of the 40 most cited library and information science authors in the world for the period 2000-2002 by Olle Persson’s study (2003). A summary of Olle Persson’s study can be found at http://www.umu.se/inforsk/LIS/LIS2000-2002.htm
2002 Nominated for the 2002 Outstanding Teaching Award
1997 K.G. Saur Award -- with Dr. Stephen P. Harter, Best College & Research Libraries Article, Association of College and Research Libraries
2016 MakerSpaces in University Libraries, The 2016-2017 Connecticut State University Research Grant.
2014 MarkerSpace 2.0 – Retinkering the Public, Partner with Westport Public Library, Division of Library Development of Connecticut State Library. The 2014-2015 Institute of Museum and Library Service (IMLS) Grant.
2010 Developing Web-based and/or CD-based resource to guide students through the cumulative portfolio process and prepare them for the Special Project process, The 2010-2011 Curriculum Related Activities Grant. Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut.
2006 The Impact of Electronic Resources on Formal Scholarly Communication: A Pilot Study, The 2006-2007 Connecticut State University Research Grant.
2006 Assessing Special Project Portfolios of Graduating MLS Students for Evidence of Meeting Proposed National Competencies, The 2006-2007 Connecticut State University Learning Assessment and Improvement Grant.
2003 Plagiarism in Library Schools: A Qualitative Study, The 2003-2004 Minority Recruitment & Retention Committee (MRRC) Research Grant. Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut.