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Yingting Zhang

Yingting Zhang
Information & Education Librarian
Librarians, Robert Wood Johnson Library of the Health Sciences
Robert Wood Johnson Library of the Health Sciences
1 RWJ Place, PO Box 19
New Brunswick, NJ 08903
732-235-7604
Yingting Zhang's picture

Yingting Zhang, MLS, AHIP, is Information & Education Librarian at the RWJ Library of the Health Sciences and an adjunct assistant professor in the Dept of Medicine of the RWJ Medical School at Rutgers University. In her work, she provides research support services to the researchers, faculty, students, and staff of the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) with citation management, compliance with NIH Public Access Policy, systematic reviews, research data management, and scholarly communication, in addition to teaching and performing health sciences information services, Yingting is a Distinguished Member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP) and serves on the Rutgers Health Sciences Institutional Review Board (IRB). Yingting is President of the Health Sciences Library Association of New Jersey (HSLANJ) 2015-2016 and Membership Committee Chair of CALA NE Chapter 2015-2016. 

Publications

PUBLICATIONS

Cultural competence in health care. Wikipedia. 2014. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_competence_in_health_care.

Zhang Y. EndNote Blog: an Effective Alternative to Troubleshooting EndNote. CALA Occasional Paper Series. 2013;June 2013(12):1-6.

Zhang Y. Libraries Embracing Mobile Technology. Informed Librarian Online. 2012(May 2012).

Zhang Y. Comparison of select reference management tools. Medical reference services quarterly. 2012;31(1):45-60.

Saimbert MK, Zhang Y, Pierce J, Moncrief ES, O'Hagan KB, Cole P. Medical librarians supporting information systems project lifecycles toward improved patient safety. Medical librarians possess expertise to navigate various search resources and can investigate inquiries during IS project lifecycles. Journal of healthcare information management : JHIM. 2010;24(1):52-56.

SELECT PRESENTATIONS:

Lin Y-H, Zhang Y. Lessons Learned from the Wikipedia Project via Cultural Competence in Health Care. Paper presented at VALE/NJ ACRL/NJLA CUS Sixteenth Annual Users' Conference; January 9, 2015; Rutgers University, Piscataway, N.J.

Zhang Y, Wang M, Mullen, LB. Understanding Altmetrics and Their Impact on Scholarly Communication. 2014 VALE / NJ ACRL / NJLA CUS Fourteenth Annual Users' Conference; January 10, 2014, 2014; Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ.

Zhang Y. The ABCs of Altmetrics. Paper presented at Rutgers User Services Council Brown Bag Session; September 25, 2014; Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J.

Zhang Y, O’Rourke K. EndNote Blog. Technology Innovation Award Nominee Presentation presented at 2012 NJLA Conference; June 5, 2013, 2013; Atlantic City, NJ.

Zhang Y. Introduction to Research Data Management. Paper presented at 2013 Annual Conference of Library Society of China; November 8, 2013, 2013; Shanghai, China.

Sosnowska E, Zhang Y. Enhancing Access to Electronic Resources by Implementing Google Scholar and E-Books in Our Link Resolver. Paper presented at 2013 VALE / NJ ACRL / NJLA CUS Fourteenth Annual Users' Conference; January 4, 2013; Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ.

Pierce J, Zhang Y. Lessons Learned Creating a Mobile Site: Educating Ourselves So We Can Educate Others. Paper presented at 2012 MLA Quad Chapter Meeting; October 15, 2012; Baltimore, MD.

Pierce J, Zhang Y. UMDNJ Going Mobile. Technology Innovation Award Nominee Paper presented at NJLA 2012 Conference; June 5, 2012; Atlantic City, NJ.

Pierce J, Zhang Y, Swartz B, Modica S, Price L. UMDNJ Mobile Initiative: What Went Wrong and Ended Up Right! Paper presented at 2012 VALE / NJ ACRL / NJLA CUS Thirteenth Annual Users' Conference; January 5,, 2012; Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ.

Fan F, Zhang Y, O’Rourke K. Innovative Use of SFX and Legacy Data to Create an E-Resources Quick Search Tool. Paper presented at 2011 IGeLU (The International Group of ExLibris Users) Conference; September 12, 2011; Haifa University, Israel.

Fan F, Zhang Y, Cupryk R, O’Rourke K. UMDNJ's Quick Search Tool. Technology Innovation Award Nominee Paper presented at 2010 NJLA Conference; April 27, 2010; Long Branch, NJ.

Fan F, Sosnowska E, Zhang Y. Accessing Electronic Resources: Users’ Expectations and Librarians’ Solutions. Paper presented at 2007 VALE/NJ ACRL/NJLA CUS Eighth Annual User's Conference; January 5, 2007; Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ.

Sosnowska E, Zhang Y. Managing E-Resources with an OpenURL Link Resolver. Paper & CE Instruction presented at 2005 HSLANJ General Meeting; December 7, 2005; Princeton, NJ.

SELECT POSTERS:

Zhang Y, Lin Y-H. Cultural Competence in Health Care: a Wikipedia Article. Poster presented at MLA 2015 Annual Conference; May 19, 2015.

Mi M, Wu W, Qiu M, Zhang Y, Wu L, Li J. Use of Mobile Devices to Access Resources among Health Professions Students: a Systematic Review. Poster presented at 2015 MLA Annual Conference; May 17, 2015; Austin, TX.

Zhang Y, Sosnowska E, Cohn J. Health Sciences Libraries Supporting Researchers with NIH Public Access Policy Compliance. Poster Presentation presented at VALE/NJ ACRL/NJLA CUS Sixteenth Annual Users' Conference; January 9, 2015, 2015; Rutgers University, Piscataway, N.J.

Lin Y-H, Zhang Y. Lessons Learned from RUL Wikipedia Project via Cultural Competence in Health Care. Poster presentation presented at Rutgers University Libraries State of the Libraries; November 5, 2014, 2014; Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ. .

Zhang Y, Wang M, Mullen LB. Empowering Researchers to Increase Their Impact via Altmetrics and Open Access. Poster Presentation presented at 2014 MLA Annual Conference; May 19, 2014, 2014; Chicago, IL.

Zhang Y. What the EndNote Blog Reveals: How Researchers Search for Helpful Tips? Poster presented at 2013 MLA Annual Conference; May 7, 2013; Boston, MA.

UMDNJ CWIS Committee (Zhang Y, CWIS Chair). Going Mobile: From LibraryAnywhere to Home-Grown Mobile Websites. Poster Presentation presented at 2013 MLA Annual Conference; May 7, 2013; Boston, MA.

O’Shea D, Jia M, Cannizzaro R, Zhang Y. The New VALE Website: Powered by Drupal to Better Serve Its Community. Poster presented at 2010 VALE / NJ ACRL/ NJLA CUS Eleventh Annual Users' Conference; January 8, 2010; Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ.

Fan F, Zhang Y, Cupryk R, O'Rourke K. Implementing Quick Search in the Newly Designed Website to Meet Users' Needs. Poster presented at 2010 VALE/NJ ACRL/NJLA CUS Eleventh Annual Users' Conference; January 8, 2010; Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ.

Zhang Y, O’Rourke K. Using a Blog as an Alternative to Troubleshooting EndNote. Poster & Speed Updating presented at 3 by the Sea MLA TriChapter Conference; October 6, 2009; Atlantic City, NJ.

Calabretta N, Pierce J, Saimbert MK, Zhang Y. Informatics Infusion to Enhance Day-to-Day Reference Work. Poster presented at 2009 Medical Library Association Annual Convention; May 17, 2009; Honolulu, HI.

Pierce J, Saimbert MK, Zhang Y, et al. Marketing Your Library to Support Patient Safety. Poster presented at 2009 Medical Library Association Annual Convention; May 16, 2009; Honolulu, HI.

Zhang Y, Block K, Modica S. EndNote: An Essential Tool for Students and Researchers. Print and Electronic Poster presented at 2009 UMDNJ Symposium: Enhancing Education with Technologies; April 14, 2009; Newark, NJ.

O'Shea D, Cannizzaro R, Zhang Y. VALE Website Usability Survey Outcomes. Poster presented at 2009 VALE/NJ ACRL/NJLA CUS Tenth Annual User's Conference; January 9, 2009.

Wagner KW, O'Shea D, Getaz J, Hoang A, Zhang Y. Virtual Conferencing Using NJEDge-Marratech. 2009 VALE/NJ ACRL/NJLA CUS Tenth Annual User's Conference; January 9, 2009.

Rettino J, Sosnowska E, Zhang Y. Electronic Journal Management and Access: Transformation from Static Website to a Dynamic Link Resolver. Poster presented at 2006 Medical Library Association Annual Conference; May 20, 2006; Phoenix, AZ.

 

Experience

I have been a health sciences librarian since 1993 when I started working for legacy UMDNJ (which was merged with Rutgers in 2013).

I started my health sciences librarianship career as a cataloging librarian in the George F. Smith Library of the Health Sciences responsible for cataloging medical monographs for the Smith Library and Cooper Library in Camden. After five years in the Technical Services Dept, I transferred to work as a reference librarian at the same library, providing references services and created many interactive web forms for patrons to ask a librarian for help or register for classes. In 2001, I transferred to work as a serials/reference librarian later evolved to be an information & education librarian in the RWJ Library of the Health Sciences till today. In this job, I coordinated the management of the serials collection and have been teaching and providing services on citation management, compliance with NIH Public Access Policy, systematic reviews, literature searching, and so on. I served as Chair of Campus Wide Information Systems (CWIS) from 2009-2013, New Brunswick campus Voyager coordinator and SFX KB Co-Administrator till the merger took place.

I have been teaching EndNote to faculty, students, and staff in the biological and health sciences since 1998. Considering many questions had been frequently asked, I created the EndNote Blog in 2008 so that users can find answers to their questions even if when librarians are not readily available to help. The Blog has been well received and often visited. I also support researchers to comply with NIH Public Access Policy via trouble shooting, consultation and training sessions and assist them to create NIH biosketches using SciENcv.

Prior to working for Rutgers, I was Director of the Plattefill Library in New York (1991-1993), a small public library. I was responsible for the operation of the library.

Major Research Interests

  • Access and Use of Mobile Resources by Health Sciences Professionals and Students
  • Cultural Competence in Health Care
  • Effective Use of Citation Management Tools by Faculty, Researchers and Students.
  • Librarian’s Role in Supporting NIH Public Access Policy Compliance and Research Data Management
  • Altmetrics, Bibliometrics, Research Networking, and Scholarly Communication.