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Hong-Chu Huang

Hong-Chu Huang

Dept. of Information and Library Science,
Tamkang University

Professor Huang has been with Tamkang University Chueh Sheng Memorial Library for over 30 years and she has more than forty years’ experience teaching in department of Information and Library Science in Tamkang University.

Professor Huang’s areas of teaching and research include: library automation, humanity reference resources and online public access catalog.


Dr. Carol Tenopir

Chancellor's Professor
School of Information Sciences
University of Tennessee
Fulbright-Nokia Distinguished Chair
Information and Communications Technologies
Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki, Finland

Dr. Tenopir holds a PhD in library and information science from the University of Illinois. Her areas of teaching and research include: information access and retrieval, scholarly communication, and the information industry. She is the author of five books, over 200 journal articles, and for 28 years wrote the "Online Databases" column for Library Journal.

Dr. Tenopir is the recipient of numerous awards including the 2009 Award of Merit from the Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIST), the 2002 ASIST Research Award, and the 1993 ASIST Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award.


Wen-Yau Cahty Lin

Associate Professor
Dept. of Information and Library Science,
Tamkang University

Lin has Ph.D. degree in library and information science fromNational Taiwan University. She had experience working in special and academic libraries and also has many years’ experience working with international academic publishers. She is an executive editor responsible for Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences.

Her professional specialties include informetrics, patent information, reader Services,scholarly communication, and scholarly electronic resources & industry.

Dr. David Nygren

Dr. David Nygren

Vice President
John Wiley & Sons

David Nygren is Vice President, Research Insights at Wiley. Research Insights is a global team responsible for understanding the needs of societies, authors, researchers, libraries and corporate customers via analytics and market research.

David is based in Wiley’s corporate headquarters in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. He has been with Wiley for 15 years in a variety of capacities, and previously had roles at Thomson and U.S. News & World Report. He is a graduate of Fordham University in New York City.

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Dr . Wan, Yiu Chuen

Deputy University Librarian
The University of Hong Kong

Dr Y.C. Wan has more than thirty-five years’ experience working in academic and public libraries. He is currently Deputy University Librarian of The University of Hong Kong and responsible for the planning, development and implementation of the full range of library services at the HKU Libraries network of seven libraries.

YC is knowledgeable in Hong Kong materials and has served as advisor in projects undertaken by HK-TVB, Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, Joint Publishing Company (Hong Kong), Hong Kong University Press and Hong Kong Chinese Christian Churches Union.

His research interests include the history of libraries and books in Hong Kong, library learning spaces and digitization of library materials.

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Mr. Ruarri Rogan

Sales Enablement Manager

Rogan has a Master degree from the University of Amsterdam, and a Bachelor degree of Science from the University of Cape Town. After finishing a Masters study using bibliometric methods to trace the impact of academic research on the policy documents of international non governmental organisations, he joined Elsevier as a Customer Consultant for Scopus and ScienceDirect in 2010.

In 2015 he joined the Solutions Enablement team and works with the solutions enablement platform, both in providing training and developing and overseeing production of content.

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Prof. Seong-Cheol Kim

Library Director
Korea University

Seongcheol Kim is the Korea University Librarian. He is also a professor in the School of Media and Communication at Korea University and former president of Korea Media Management Association. He received his BBA and MBA from Seoul National University and an MA and PhD in Telecommunication from Michigan State University. Before joining Korea University, Prof. Kim worked for the SK Group, the Seoul Metropolitan Government and Information and Communications University.

His research interests include media management and policy as well as new media. He has published more than 70 research papers and 18 books.