Hye Lim Nam

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-3276-6089

Research title: Mental Models of the Organisation of Scholarly Information Across the Academy: Disciplinary Similarities and Differences

Research Summary

My doctoral project addresses a gap in our understanding of how academic disciplines influence users’ expectations of how a library discovery system should work. The study draws upon library ethnography and library UX techniques to explore how researchers’ mental models of knowledge in their own fields vary across disciplines, and it investigates the connections between disciplinary culture and information-related behaviour. 

Publications

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2019

Hye Lim, J. N. (2019) Conceptualizing sorrow and hope: the discourse of han in South Korea. Journal of Transcultural Studies, 10(1), pp. 54-88. (doi: 10.17885/HEIUP.JTS.2019.1.23985)

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Articles

Hye Lim, J. N. (2019) Conceptualizing sorrow and hope: the discourse of han in South Korea. Journal of Transcultural Studies, 10(1), pp. 54-88. (doi: 10.17885/HEIUP.JTS.2019.1.23985)

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Supervisors

External supervisors

Dr Frankie Wilson (Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford)

Conference

Nam, H. (2022, 1-3 November). Mental Models of the Organization of Scholarly Information: A Theoretical Framework. [Poster]. Library Assessment Conference, online. 64-Nam-Mental-Models-of-the-Organization.pdf (libraryassessment.org)

Additional Information

Joy completed a BA in German Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an MA in Transcultural Studies at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, and an MSc in Information Management and Preservation at the University of Glasgow.