Ya-Ling Lu: Staff Profile
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National Institutes of Health Library
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Ya-Ling joined the NIH Library in 2014 from the faculty of the Department of Library and Information Science at Rutgers University, where she taught courses and conducted research in the areas of information-related behavior and user services. Ya-Ling has an undergraduate and master's degre from Tamkang University in Taiwan. She earned her MLIS and PhD from UCLA.
What Ya-Ling Can Do For You
At NIH Library, Ya-Ling provides research support services related to bilbiometrics. Some topics include:
- publication productivity
- collaboration and co-author network
- research topics
- citation impact
Ya-Ling is also exploring alternative metrics and welcome communications from interested parties. Her other professional interests include user behaviors, bibliotherapy and children's literature.
What is Bibliometrics?
- The application of statistical methods to the study of bibliographic data ("bibliometrics, n." Merrian-Webster Online, July 2014.)