Kyunghye (Konhe) Yoon joined St Kate in the Fall of 2012 from State University of New York at Oswego where she taught in the Information Science Program since 2002. Konhe is currently developing and revising Information Science curriculum of the MLIS program at St Kate’s.
Konhe’s research and teaching interests include human information interaction in the web-based information systems and digital environment, which encompasses cognitive, linguistic, communicative and shared information seeking and use behaviors. Her current research examines social tagging and folksonomy of users in representing information content on social media. As a native Korean, Konhe is also interested in cultural diversity in information technology use and its implications in our society.
Ph.D., Information Transfer
School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY
Master of Science, Information Resource Management
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
Bachelor of Arts, Library Science
Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
Friends of Library Development and Services Student Faculty Research Collaboration. (2015).
Friends of Library Development and Services Student Faculty Research Collaboration. (2013).
St Catherine University Academic Professional Development Committee Faculty Research Grant. (2013).
APDC Faculty Research Grants (2013).
Friends of the Library Development Services Faculty and Student Scholarship (2013).
Scholar's Summer Retreats (2013).
Yoon, K. (2007). "A study of interpersonal information seeking: the role of topic and comment in the articulation of certainty and uncertainty of information need."
Yoon, K., Newberry, T., Hulscher, L. & Dols, R. (2013). "Call for a separate information architecture of library websites for visually impaired users."
Yoon, K. (2009). "Integrating user-generated content description to search interface design."
Yoon, K. (2010). "Syntagmatic relations of user tags."
Yoon, K. (2010). "Tag co-occurrence analysis using the association data mining rule," Proceedings of the iConference
Yoon, K. (1998). "The use of certainty and the role of topic and comment in interpersonal information seeking interaction."
Yoon, K., Hulscher, L. & Dols, R. "Accessibility and diversity in LIS: Inclusive information architecture for library websites." The Library Quarterly.
Yoon, K. (2012). "Conceptual syntagmatic associations in user tagging." Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology.
Yoon, K. & Nilan, M. (1999). "Toward a reconceptualization of information seeking research: Focus on the exchange of meaning." Information Processing and Management.
Yoon, K. & Nilan, M. (2011). "User meaning in interpersonal and technology mediated information need specification." International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences.
Yoon, K. & Hurscher, L. (2014). "Students-led Accessibility Testing with Disabled Users: Gaining a Deeper Understanding of Diversity of Library Users for Online Services." Annual Meeting of the Association for Library and Information Science Education
Yoon, K., Newberry, T., Dols, R. & Hurscher, L. (2013). "Call for a separate information architecture of library websites for visually impaired users." The 73rd Association of Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting, 2013
Yoon, K., Dols, R., Hurlscher, L. & Newberry, T. (2013). "Lost in translation: Identifying barriers to information access for diverse web users." The Annual Conference of the Minnesota Library Association, 2013
Yoon, K. (2013). "Tag Co-occurrence analysis using data mining rule." MLIS Faculty Research Talk
Yoon, K. (2010). "User meaning in interpersonal and technology mediated information need specification." International Conference of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences
Yoon, K. (2010). "Integrating user generated content description into information representation." QUEST at State University of New York
Yoon, K. (2006). "A study of interpersonal information seeking: the role of topic and comment in the articulation of certainty and uncertainty of information need." International Conference on Information Seeking in Context