08/2016

Visiting scholar, Southern Connecticut State University, United States.

2/2011 - present

Lecturer of School of Information Studies,Charles Sturt University, Australia.

Teach the following subjects:

Undergraduate level

--Human Resource Management in Information Agencies

--Information Sources and Services

--Introduction to the Information Professions

--Marketing of Libraries and Information Agencies

--Professional Placement

--Professional Study Visit

--Project Management in Information Agencies

--Supervision and Management

Postgraduate level

--Collections

--Human Resource Management in Information Agencies

--Information Sources and Services

--Management of Information Agencies

--Marketing of Libraries and Information Agencies

--Professional Placement (Postgraduate & Master of Library and Information Management)

--Professional Study Visit (Postgraduate & Master of Library and Information Management)

--Project Management in Information Agencies

--Strategic Management

6/2010 - 11/2010

Virtual Reference Intern

Provided the virtual reference for library users at Ingleside Public Library, North Central Texas College, Western Texas College, South Texas College, Paris Junior College, Abilene Christian University, Odessa College, Vernon College, and Northeast Texas Community College.

8/2010 - 10/2010

Volunteer

Taught computer classes at the Denton Public Library, Texas.

6/2010 - 8/2010

Temporary Employee

Completed the project on the transfer of the web subject guides over to the SpringShare LibGuides at the Texas Woman's University Libraries.

Worked at the Information Desk.

8/2010 - 8/2010

Volunteer

Worked with librarians on the library system upgrade/RFID project at the Frisco Public Library, Texas.

6/2010 - 8/2010

Volunteer

Did the cataloging, classification and processing work at the Aubrey Area Library, Texas.

8/2003 - 5/2010

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Assisted eight professors in teaching the following courses:

Undergraduate level

--Information Literacy

Graduate level

--Adult User Education

--Cataloging and Classification

--College and University Libraries

--Information Professions

--Information Storage and Retrieval Systems

--Library Management

--Online Information Retrieval

--Reference

--Special Library

--Technical Services

--Web Development for Information Professionals

Doctoral level

--Education for Librarianship

--Theory of Communication

Duties:

--Printed and distributed assignments for students

--Prepared pre-grading sheet for each student assignment

--Read submitted papers and assignments; checked them for completeness

--Assigned specific grading points and made comments on the work

--Created reports about student grades

--Communicated with the professors regarding student work

--Moderated student forums for individual and group assignments

--Answered student queries regarding the assignments and course work via the forum and email

--Wrote student quizzes

--Created statistical tables of students' quizzes, exams, and discussions

--Posted assignments, answers, and assessment statistics online

--Designed 3 online classes

9/2005 - 12/2005

Practicum

Practicum (Cataloging, Reference, Acquisitions, Collection Development, Preservation) at the Department of the Archives and Rare Books of University of North Texas Libraries.

Benefits:

Obtained broad practical knowledge of how an American academic library functions

Duties:

Learned copy and original cataloging, familiarity with cataloging process

Learned reference guidelines, how to provide reference resources and services for patrons

Assisted users in locating information and database searches

Learned about related acquisitions policies and issues, how to order and purchase new library materials through familiarity with locating, ordering, receiving, and processing billing for the requested items

Learned about collection development policies and issues, how to build a library collection, and how to select materials through finishing a collection development project

Learned about preservation policies and issues, how to assess and repair damaged and deteriorated library materials

9/2002-7/2003

Graduate Assistant at Duplicating Department of Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven

4/2000-7/2002

Lecturer of School of Foreign Languages, Guangdong University of Technology, Guangdong, China

3/1998-4/2000

Lecturer and associate director of the Teaching and Research Section for English Majors, School of Foreign Languages, Guangdong University of Technology, Guangdong, China

3/1997-2/1998

Associate principal and English teacher in Hepo Senior High School, Jiexi, Jieyang, Guangdong, China

7/1995-2/1997

Associate lecturer and associate director of the Teaching and Research Section for English Majors, School of Foreign Languages, Guangdong University of Technology, China

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