PhD, Library and Information Science, Illinois (in progress)
MS, Library and Information Science, Illinois
BA, Foreign Languages and Literature, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, 2015
My research focuses on information behavior and space and place. Mainly, I am interested in looking at people who engage in making for fun, such as knitting, papercraft, and woodwork. In my current project, I apply qualitative research methods to examine the creating process of arts and crafts hobbyists, including how they configure their environments to work on making projects. I am also interested in exploring how library programming can support creative practice in everyday life.
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