I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Information Studies and my research focuses on exploring user experience and information seeking behaviour on digital library mobile applications and services. I am also interested in using ethnographic techniques to conduct research in the library filed. I hold a MSc in Digital Library Management from the University of Sheffield and a BA in Archival Science from Wuhan University in China. I am currently funded by the China Scholarship Council (CSC).
I used to work as the project leader of a mobile library development project "SmartLibrary: using cognitive mapping to promote UCL mobile library development", which was liaised with the UCL digital libraries team and was supported and funded by UCL ChangeMakers.
I am working actively as a PGTA at DIS, involving in the project "Interdisciplinary and cross-cultural differences in research, teaching and learning: a Digital Humanities case study". This project is funded by UCL Global Engagement and also comes under the UCL Connected Curriculum initiative. I am also working as a teaching assistant for the modules: INST0018 Internet Technology and INST0032 XML.
Fu, Y; (2019) Exploring user experience on mobile library service by cognitive mapping. In: (Proceedings) CHIIR '19 Proceedings of the 2019 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval. (pp. pp. 397-400). ACM: New York, NY, USA. http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10073741
First: Charlie Inskip
Second: Elizabeth Lomas