Rui Wang is a tenured Professor and Social Science Librarian for the programs and departments of Anthropology, Military Science, Neuroscience, Political Science & Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work, and Sociology. She also serves as the Government Information Librarian and is ICPSR’s CMU official representative. She earned her Master of Arts degree of Library & Information Science from University of South Florida and Master of Arts degree of Sociology from University of Arkansas. She also earned Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language and Literature, Northeast Normal University, P. R. China.
Publications & Presentations
Rui Wang, 2016. Assessment for One-Shot Library Instruction: A Conceptual Approach. Portal: Libraries and the Academy, 16 (3): 619-48.
Rui Wang. 2013. The Chinese imperial examination system: an annotated bibliography. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press.
Rui Wang. 2008. The Evolving Role of the Official Representatives of the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research. in The Development of Subject of Librarianship and Personal Librarianship, ed. Yue Hu, Li Xiong, Bailou Huang, and Joseph J. Branin, 692-704. Beijing: Capital Normal University Press.
Rui Wang. 2006. The Lasting impact of a library credit course. Portal: Libraries and the Academy, 6 (1): 79-92.
Rui Wang. 2003. Discovering a Defined Path: Information-Seeking Behavior of Users and Online Reference Services. In Implementing Digital Reference Services: Setting Standards and Making it Real, ed. R. David, Lankes, Charles, R. McClue, Melissa Gross, and Jeffrey Promerantz, 159-168. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers.
Master of Arts in Library & Information Science, University of South Florida, U.S. 1997
Master of Arts in Sociology, University of Arkansas, U.S. 1996
Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language and Literature, Northeast Normal University, P. R. China. 1982