I have an interest in the core values and benefits of scholarly communications (e.g., scholarly impact, research information management systems, linked data, identifiers, repositories, and research data curation). The long-term goals of my research are to improve our understanding of the best practices and needs of scholarly communication services in different contexts, as well as to inform the design of information and data management tools and instructions. I am particularly interested in implementing VIVO application (e.g., Scholars@TAMU) and integrating digital asset management systems (e.g., RIM systems, identifiers, altmetrics, repositories). Edited on 10072019 n
- Ph.D. in Information Studies, Florida State University - (Tallahassee, Florida, United States) 2015
- M.S. in Information Management, University of Washington - (Seattle, Washington, United States) 2010
- B.S. in Computer Information Systems, Grove City College - (Grove City, Pennsylvania, United States) 2008
- Stvilia, B., Wu, S., & Lee, D. J. (2019). A framework for researcher participation in Research Information Management Systems. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 45(3), 195-202.
- Stvilia, B., Wu, S., & Lee, D. J. (2018). Researchers' participation in and motivations for engaging with research information management systems.. PLoS ONE. 13(2), e0193459.
- Stvilia, B., Wu, S., & Lee, D. J. (2018). Researchers' uses of and disincentives for sharing their research identity information in research information management systems. JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR INFORMATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 69(8), 1035-1045.
- Moberly, H. K., Lee, D. J., Kessler, M. D., & Carrigan, E. E. (2018). Supporting the next generation of Texas A&M University scholars. Library Management. 39(8-9), 597-604.
- Lee, D. J., Stvilia, B., & Wu, S. (2018). Toward a metadata model for research information management systems. Library Hi Tech.
- Wu, S., Stvilia, B., & Lee, D. J. (2013). Authority control for scientific data: The case of molecular biology. Miksa, S. (Eds.), Functional future for bibliographic control. Taylor & Francis Books.
- Lee, D. J., Mutya, K., Herbert, B. E., & Mejia, E. V. (2019). Exploring Scholarly Impact Metrics in Receipt of Highly Prestigious Awards. ADVANCED DATA MINING AND APPLICATIONS, PROCEEDINGS. 11420 LNCS, 147-153.
- Wu, S., Stvilia, B., & Lee, D. J. (2017). How do Chinese researchers use research information management systems?: An exploratory study. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 54(1), 829-830.
- Lee, D. J., Stvilia, B., & Wu, S. (2017). Practices of metadata use in research information management systems. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 54(1), 734-735.
- Lee, D. J., Stvilia, B., & Wu, S. (2017). Studying service and metadata models of research information management systems. 626-630.
- Wu, S., Stvilia, B., & Lee, D. J. (2016). Exploring researchers' participation in online research identity management systems. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 53(1), 1-6.
Institutional Repository Documents9
- Herbert, B. E., Lee, D. J., Hahn, D., & Mejia, E. (2019). Using Campus Needs Involving Tenure & Promotion, Interdisciplinary Collaborations, and Institutional Research to Drive the Evolution of VIVO at Texas A&M University.
- Lee, D. J., Herbert, B., Mejia, E., Hahn, D., & Bolton, M. (2018). Characterizing College-level Research Strengths Using Data from a Research Information Management System.
- Lee, D. (2016). Authority Control for TAMU Digital Asset Management Ecosystems.
- Lee, D. J., Mejia, E., Hahn, D., Herbert, B., & Bolton, M. (2016). Classifying Interdisciplinary Research in Scholars@TAMU.
- Lee, D. J. (2016). Karma: A semantic modeling tool to visualize data with ontologies.