Telling Chinese American Librarians' Stories: Tze-Chung Li

Title

Telling Chinese American Librarians' Stories: Tze-Chung Li

Description

Dr. Tze-Chung Li was the premier Chinese American Librarian for his accomplishments. In his career, Dr. Li was the founder of the Chinese American Librarians' Association (CALA), the first Chinese scholar to be Dean of a library school, and founder of two peer reviewed journals: World Libraries and Journal of Library and Information Sciences (JLIS).

This video commemorates his illustrious career and contributions to the field of library and information science.

It was produced by Team G of the 2014 ALA Emerging Leaders in association with the Chinese American Librarians Association.

Creator

Suber, Samuel; Rod-Welch, Leila; Pun, Ray; Tong, Monnee

Publisher

Chinese American Librarians Association

Relation

Format

video/mp4

Language

eng

Type

Video; MovingImage

Date Available

2014-06-06

Date Issued

2014-06-06

Extent

11:33

Temporal Coverage

20th Century

Position: 84 (155 views)

Files

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Citation

Suber, Samuel; Rod-Welch, Leila; Pun, Ray; Tong, Monnee, “Telling Chinese American Librarians' Stories: Tze-Chung Li,” CALASYS - CALA Academic Resources & Repository System, accessed January 20, 2022, http://ir.cala-web.org/items/show/122.