Fields of interest:
Usability and user experience research; Human information behavior; needs assessments, citation behavior, collaborative information interaction, eye-tracking and cognitive styles, MOOCs in Asia, data science programs description and curriculum analysis
Tang, R., Mon, L. Beheshti, J., Li, Y., Pollock, D., Ni, C., Chu, S., Xiao, L., Caffrey, J., & Gentry, S. (2016). Needs Assessment of ASIS&T Publications: Bridging Information Research and Practice. Paper accepted to appear in 2016 ASIS&T Annual Meeting Proceedings.
Tang, R. (2016). Cognitive Styles, Demographic Attributes, Task Performance, and Affective Experiences: An Empirical Investigation into Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Core Users. Journal of Library and Information Studies, 14(1), 1-23.
Tang, R. (2016). Usability Research. In L. S. Connaway & M. L. Radford. (Eds). Research Methods in Library and Information Science (6th Ed). ABC-CLIO.
Tang, R., & Sae-Lim, W. (2016). Data Science Programs in the US Higher Education: An Exploratory Content Analysis of Program Description, Curriculum Structure, and Course Focus. Education for Information, 33(1), 1-22.
Tang, R. & Quigley, E. (2014). Dyadic diversity attributes on interactive tabletop collaboration, performance, and perception. Paper appears in Proceedings of iConference 2014. http://hdl.handle.net/2142/47324