Lee Yen is a Senior Librarian with the Resources, Discovery & Access team. Her work includes managing acquisition-related operations, subscriptions, and the renewal of library resources to enable the NTU community to find, identify, and access resources in support of their learning, teaching, and research needs.
Lee Yen first joined NTU Library in 2009 as a Business Librarian (Law) and Instructional Services Librarian after more than a decade teaching English Language & Literature and Communication in Singapore and Japan. After leaving NTU Library in 2012, she worked in academic libraries in Singapore and abroad, including King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia and Xavier University of Louisiana (XULA), the only Catholic HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) in the US. She rejoined NTU Library in late 2023 as a member of the Resources, Discovery & Access team.
As a professional librarian, Lee Yen leverages her pedagogical training and experience in classroom teaching in her involvement in user education and contributions to information literacy programmes, assisting students, researchers, and faculty with their information and research needs. In addition to information literacy, her areas of interest include Bibliometrics, Citation Analysis, Plagiarism detection and education, Research Support, and more recently, Library Assessment and Collection Development, Management, and Assessment.