Dr. Raymond Pun (he/him) has worked in libraries for over 15 years at various institutions (academic, public, and special libraries). In these roles, Dr. Pun has served as a research/instruction librarian and supported digital literacy, student engagement, and community outreach. His work is relationship-centered and focuses on building professional development training in the field such as expanding learning and motivation techniques.
Pun’s professional and research interests vary and include library instruction, social justice in LIS, sustainability, and scholarly communications. He has published and presented extensively and is an active member of many organizations such as the American Library Association (ALA) and IFLA’s Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning (CPDWL Section. Dr. Pun holds a Doctorate in Education from California State University, Fresno, a Master of Library Science from CUNY Queens College, a Master of Arts in East Asian Studies, and a Bachelor of Arts in History from St. John’s University.
Keywords = Learning Development, Community Engagement and Outreach, Student Retention, Information Literacy, Digital Literacy, Scholarly Communications
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