Ling Hwey Jeng, PhD
Professor and Director,
School of Library and Information Studies
Office: SH 404
PhD, University of Texas at Austin, Library and Information Science
MLIS, University of Texas at Austin, Library and Information Science
BA, National Taiwan University
LIS Foundation; information organization; leadership development; marketing and advocacy.
Ling Hwey Jeng is professor and director of the School of Library and Information Studies. She was on the faculty of the University of Maryland, College Park, UCLA, and University of Kentucky before she joined the TWU SLIS faculty in 2004. She is a recipient of four federal research and training grants totaling more than $2 million in funding. She actively serves on elective and appointed positions at the American Library Association and the Texas Library Association, and was the president of the Texas Library Association for 2017-2018. Jeng is also actively engaged in local nonprofits, serving on the advisory board of the Denton Community Health Clinic and co-chairing the United Way of Denton County 2017 Community Needs Assessment Project.
Jeng, L.H. & Perryman, C. (2019). Changing Models of Library Practice to Benefit Rural Communities. Public Library Quarterly, 38(3), https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01616846.2019.1621736.
Jeng, L.H. (2018). Six steps to practice community engagement. Texas Library Journal, 94(1), 2. Available at http://www.txla.org/TLJ
Jeng, L.H. (2017). Thriving communities depend on smart public investment in libraries. Dallas Morning News (March 31, 2017).
Jeng, L.H. (2017). Making positive changes in the community. Texas Library Journal, 93(2), 44-45.
Jeng, L.H. (2017). Resilience, resourcefulness, relevance. Texas Library Journal, 93(3), 72.
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