Kyungmi's role in the library
I am responsible for collection development, reference service, and information literacy instruction for the Korean collection. I select Korean language materials about Korea in all formats. I also help faculty and students find information resources in the Korean language that they need for their research, teaching, and learning.
Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL)
Association for Asian Studies (AAS)
"Basic reference sources in print format." In Handbook for Korean Studies Librarianship Outside of Korea, edited by the Committee on Korean Materials, Council on East Asian Libraries, 197-224. Seoul: The National Library of Korea, 2014.
"English databases for Korean studies." In Handbook for Korean Studies Librarianship Outside of Korea, edited by the Committee on Korean Materials, Council on East Asian Libraries, 261-278. Seoul: The National Library of Korea, 2014.
"Social sciences" in Chap. 5. In Handbook for Asian studies specialists: A guide to research materials and collection building tools, edited by Noriko Asato, 362-399. Santa Barbara: Libraries Unlimited. 2013.
"Basic reference tools on Korea." In Korean librarianship outside of Korea: A practical guide and manual, edited by Joy Kim, 155-172. Seoul: Asian Culture Press for the Committee on Korean Materials, Council on East Asian Libraries, Association for Asian Studies. 2002.
Review of The Harvard Korean studies bibliography: 80,000 references on Korea (CD-ROM), by Frank Hoffmann, Matthew J. Christensen, and Kirk W. Larsen. Korean Studies, 25 (2001): 285-287.
"Korean Studies in North America, 1977-1996: A bibliometric study." PhD diss., University of North Texas, 1999.
Review of Libraries and librarianship in Korea, by Pongsoon Lee and Young Ai Um. Korean Studies, 19 (1995): 203-205.
More about Kyungmi
Before joining Stanford in 2007, I was the Korea Specialist Librarian at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.