鄭瑋 Wei Jeng

Office:圖書資訊學系第十七研究室
Office Hours:每週二13:30-15:00
個人網頁:http://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~wjeng/
Email:wjeng@ntu.edu.tw
TEL:(O)02-3366-2965
FAX:(O)02-2363-2859

學歷:
美國匹茲堡大學資訊科學學院 圖書資訊博士
美國匹茲堡大學資訊科學學院 圖書資訊碩士
國立臺灣大學圖書資訊學系 文學士

經歷:
國立臺灣大學文學院圖書資訊學系助理教授(現職)
美國匹茲堡大學資訊科學學院 兼任講師

研究領域:
研究資料、學術傳播、學術社交網路、開放科學

開設課程:
圖書資訊學、圖書館資訊系統、資訊結構與網站設計、資料分析與視覺化、研究資料基礎架構

期刊論文(選列)

  • Robinson, N., Mongeon, P., Jeng, W., & Costas Comesana, R. (2017). DataCite as a novel bibliometric source: Coverage, strengths and limitations. Journal of Informetrics. 11 (3), 841-854.
  • Jeng, W., He, D., & Chi, Y (2017). Social science data repositories in data deluge: A case study of ICPSR’s workflow and practices. The Electronic Library, 35(4), pp.626-649.
  • Mongeon, P., Robinson, N., Jeng, W., & Costas Comesana, R. (2017). Incorporating data sharing to the reward system of science: Linking DataCite records to authors in the Web of Science. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 69(5), 545-556.
  • Jeng, W., DesAutels, S., He, D., & Li, L. (2017). Information exchange on an academic social networking site: A multi-discipline comparison on ResearchGate Q&A. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 68(3), 638-652.
  • Jeng, W. & Lyon, L. (2016). A report of data-intensive capability, institutional support, and data management practices in social sciences. International Journal of Digital Curation (IJDC), 11(1), 156-171.
  • Brusilovsky, P., Oh, J., López, C., Parra, D., & Jeng, W. (2016). Linking information and people in a social system for academic conferences. New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia.
  • Jeng, W., Jiang, J., & He, D. (2016). Users’ perceived difficulties and corresponding reformulation strategies in Google Voice Search. Journal of Library & Information Studies. 14(1).
  • Mattern, E., Jeng, W., He, D., Lyon, L., & Brenner, A. (2015). Using participatory design and visual narrative inquiry to investigate researchers’ data challenges and recommendations for library research data services. Program: electronic library and information systems. 49(4): 408-423.
  • Jeng, W., He, D., & Jiang, J. (2015). User participation in an academic social networking service: A Survey of open group users on Mendeley. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 66(5): 890-904.

 

專書

He, D. & Jeng, W. (2016). Scholarly Collaboration on Social Web. Synthesis Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and Services. Morgan & Claypool Publishers.

 

學位論文

Jeng, W. (2017). Qualitative data sharing practices in social sciences. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Pittsburgh.

 

研討會論文(選列)

  • Chi, Y., Jeng, W., Acker, A., & Bowler, L. (2018). Affective, behavioral, and cognitive aspects of teen perspectives on personal data in social media: A model of youth data literacy. iConference 2018.
  • Yoon, A., Jeng, W., Curty, R., & Murillo, A. (2017). In between data sharing and reuse: Shareability, availability and reusability in diverse contexts. ASIS&T 2017 Annual Meeting.
  • Bowler, L., Acker, A., Jeng, W., & Chi, Y. (2017). “It lives all around us”: Aspects of data literacy in teen’s lives. ASIS&T 2017 Annual Meeting.
  • Chang, L., Hsiao, H.-C., Jeng, W., Kim, T. H.-J., & Lin, W. (2017). Security implications of redirection trail in popular websites worldwide. WWW 2017.
  • Lyon, L. Jeng, W., & Mattern, E. (2017). Research transparency: A preliminary study of disciplinary conceptualisation, drivers, tools and support services. In the 11th International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC).
  • Curty, R., Yoon, A., Jeng, W., & Qin, J. (2016). Untangling data sharing and reuse in social sciences. In the proceedings of the ASIS&T 2016 Annual Meeting.
  • Jeng, W., He, D., & Oh, J. (2016). Toward a conceptual framework for data sharing practices in social sciences: A profile approach. In the proceedings of the ASIS&T 2016 Annual Meeting.
  • Lyon, L., Mattern, E, Jeng, W., He, D. (2016). Investigating perceptions and support for transparency and openness in research: Using card sorting in a pilot study with academic librarians. In the proceedings of the ASIS&T 2016 Annual Meeting.
  • Jeng, W., Lyon, L. (2016). A report of data-intensive capability, institutional support, and data management practices in social sciences. In Proceedings of the 11th International Digital Curation Conference. [best paper runner-up]
  • Jeng, W., Mattern, E, He, D., & Lyon, L. (2016). Unpacking the “Black Box”: A preliminary study of visualizing humanists and social science scholars’ data and research processes. In Proceedings of the iConference 2016.
  • Bowler, L., Monahan, J., Jeng, W., Oh, J., & He, D. (2015). The quality and helpfulness of answers to eating disorder questions in Yahoo! Answers: Teens speak out. Proceedings of the ASIS&T 2015 Annual Meeting.
  • Lu, D., Lu, Y., Jeng, W., Farzan, R., Lin, Y.-R. (2015). Understanding health information intent via crowdsourcing: Challenges and opportunities. iConference 2015.
  • Lin, C.-S., Jeng, W. (2015). Using content analysis in LIS research: Experiences with coding schemes construction and reliability measures. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries. 4: 87-95.
  • Goodwin, S., Jeng, W., & He, D. (2014). Changing communication on ResearchGate through interface updates. In Proceedings of the ASIS&T 2014 Annual Meeting.
  • Beaton, B., Jeng, W., & Champagne, R. (2014). Exploring the Use of ‘acknowledgement analysis’ to map intellectual diversity and cross-disciplinary activity within the iSchools. iConference 2014.
  • Jeng, W., Jiang, J., & He, D. (2013). Users’ perceived difficulties and corresponding reformulation strategies in voice search. In the Proceedings of HCIR2013.
  • Bowler, L., Mattern, E., Jeng, W., Oh, J., & He, D. (2013). “I know what you are going through”: Answers to informational questions about eating disorders in Yahoo! Answers: A qualitative study. In Proceedings of the ASIS&T 2013 Annual Meeting.
  • Oh, J., He, D., Jeng, W., Mattern, E., & Bowler, L. (2013). Linguistic characteristics of eating disorder questions on Yahoo! Answers – Content, style, and emotion. In Proceedings of the ASIS&T 2013 Annual Meeting.
  • Jiang, J., Jeng, W., & He, D. (2013). How do users respond to voice input errors? Lexical and phonetic query reformulation in voice search. In Proceedings of the SIGIR’13.
  • Jiang, J., Ni, C., He, D., & Jeng, W. (2013). Mendeley group as a new source of interdisciplinarity study: How disciplines interact on Mendeley? In Proceedings of the JCDL’13.
  • Jeng, W., He, D., Jiang, J. & Zhang, Y. (2012). Groups in Mendeley: Owners’ descriptions and group outcomes. In Proceedings of the ASIS&T 2012 Annual Meeting.
  • Zhang, K., Jeng, W., Fofie, F., Pelechrinis, K. & Krishnamurthy, P. (2012). Towards reliable spatial information in LBSNs. In Proceedings of the 2012 International Workshop on Location Based Social Networks.
  • Bowler, L., Oh, J. S., He, D., Mattern, E. & Jeng, W. (2012). Eating disorder questions in Yahoo! Answers: Information, conversation, or reflection? In Proceedings of the ASIS&T 2012.
  • Parra, D., Jeng, W., Brusilovsky, P., López, C. & Sahebi, S (2012). Conference Navigator 3: An online social conference support system. In Proceedings of UMAP 2012.
  • Oh, J. & Jeng, W. (2011). Groups in academic social networking services: An exploration of their potential as a platform for multi-disciplinary collaboration. In Proceeding of IEEE SocialCom 2011.