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89 achievements

Pun, Raymond
Pun, R.  (2017). Irresistible: the rise of addictive technology and the business of keeping us hooked.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2017). Personalities of the plate: the lives and minds of animals we eat.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2017). The story of the new koreans.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2017). Beyond 15: immigrant workers, faith activist and the revival of the labor movement.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2017). The new analog: listening and reconnecting in a digital world.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2017). Eat the beetles! an exploration into our conflicted relationship with insects.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2017). It won't be easy: an exceedingly honest (and slightly unprofessional) love letter to teaching.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2017). Making IT: why manufacturing still matters.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R., & Houlihan, M.  (2017). Introduction.  The first-year experience library cookbook. ACRL Publications.
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Pun, R.  (2016). The Value of Intellectual Freedom in Twenty First Century China: Changes, Challenges and Progress.  Library Trends. 64(3), 556-571.
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Pun, R.  (2016). The library and the academic resource center: Building and supporting programs, services and resources collaboratively at a new university.  Digital Library Perspectives. 32(1), 31-40.
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Pun, R.  (2016). Recalling an arab american dream: the story and legacy of Ameen Rihani’s novel The Book of Khalid and The New York Public Library. Presented at Conference Proceeding in IFLA W.L.I.C 2016, Summer 2016, Columbus, Ohio .
Pun, R.  (2016). Winning Ways to Gamify Your Library Services.  Computers in Libraries. 36(9).
Pun, R.  (2016). library career shifts from around the globe.  APALA Newsletter. 33(3), 11.
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Pun, R.  (2016). What does it mean for libraries of color to be ‘movin’ on up?.  ALA-APA Library Worklife. 13(2).
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Pun, R.  (2016). Recalling an Arab american dream: the story and legacy of Ameen Rihani's novel The Book of Khalid and the New York public library. Presented at IFLA W.L.I.C. 2016, Columbus, Ohio.
Pun, R.  (2016). Internet librarian: conference review.  APALA Newsletter. 33(2), 6.
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Pun, R.  (2016). Visiting Orlando for the National First Year Experience Conference And Seeing Local CALA Members.  CALA Newsletter. 34.
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Pun, R.  (2016). Publishing two edited volumes.  CALA Newsletter. 33.
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Pun, R.  (2016). Building New Collaborations: Career Development Center and the Library in Fresno State.  SLA B&F Newsletter. 10-11.
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Pun, R.  (2016). Looking at gamification as a creative learning process in libraries.  The Informed Librarian.
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Pun, R.  (2016). The spy who couldn't spell by Yudhijit Bhattacharjee.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2016). Refinery town: big oil, big money and the remarking of an american city by Steve Early.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2016). The new odyssey: the story of the twenty-first-century refugee crisis by Patrick Kingsley.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2016). Whiplash: how to survive our faster future by Joi Ito and and Jeff Howe.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2016). Culture as weapon: the art of influence in everyday life.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R.  (2016). A generation of sociopaths: how the baby boomers betrayed america.  ALA Booklist.
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Pun, R., & Anderson, D.  (2016). Career transitions for librarians: proven strategies for moving to another type of library.  Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
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Pun, R., & Anderson, D.  (2016). From public to academic: reflections and tips on transitions from a former overseas librarian.  Career transitions for librarians: proven strategies to move to another type of library. (pp.121-128) Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.
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Pun, R., & Carey, E.  (2016). Collaboratively teaching and doing history: promoting historical research in the 21st century.  Journal on Excellence in College Teaching. 27(4), 7-18.
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Pun, R., & Collard, S.  (2016). Bridging worlds: emerging models and practices of U.S. academic libraries around the globe.  Chicago, Illinois: ACRL Publications.
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Pun, R., Parrott, J., & Collard, S.  (2016). Editing a global volume collaboratively.  International Information & Library Review. 48(1), 82-83.
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Pun, R.  (2015). The embedded librarian as an entrepreneur in a startup university.  Reference Services Review. 43(3), 439-449.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Conceptualizing the integration of digital humanities in instructional services: Possibilities to enhance digital literacy in the 21st century.  Library Hi Tech. 33(1), 134-142.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Geospatial literacy as digital literacy: building GIS program to support and engage with interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research communities. Presented at Conference Proceeding in IFLA W.L.I.C 2015, Summer 2015, Cape Town, South Africa .
Pun, R.  (2015). Librarians Under Crisis Call: Supporting Mental Health Challenges Through Policy, Social Media and Resource. Presented at Conference Proceeding in IFLA W.L.I.C 2015, Summer 2015, Capetown, South Africa.
Pun, R.  (2015). Visiting Auckland, New Zealand: Libraries, Collections and Sites.  ACRL-AAMES Newsletter. 13(1), 7-10.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Building and convening an international library and academic technology services advisory board as an assessment program in a startup university.  SCONUL Focus. 60-62.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Learning International: recipes from the field at ALA annual 2015 –a review.  NMRT. 44(5).
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Pun, R.  (2015). WeChat in the library: promoting a new virtual reference service using a mobile app.  Library Hi Tech News. 32(6), 9-11.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Visiting and speaking in Bangkok, Thailand: an overview.  CALA Newsletter. 34-45.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Showing library memes and giving a talk on ‘what's a librarian?’ to college students for the first time.  NMRT. 44(4).
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Pun, R.  (2015). Visiting and presenting in the university of Yangon in Myanmar/Burma.  LPSS News. 30(2), 15.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Visiting and presenting in Manila, Philippines.  ANSS Currents. 30(1), 18.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Researching and traveling in former French Indochina.  WESS Newsletter. 38(2).
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Pun, R.  (2015). One Year After in NYU Shanghai: New Library, New Collections and New Challenges.  Asian Pacific American Librarian Association (APALA) Newsletter. 32(3), 8-10.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Supporting academic learning programs for business students.  SLA B&F Bulletin. 14.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Geospatial Literacy as Digital Literacy: Building GIS Program to Support and Engage with Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Research Communities. Presented at IFLA WLIC 2015, Cape Town, South Africa.
Pun, R.  (2015). U.S Catholic China Bureau Conference Review.  CALA Newsletter. 33.
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Pun, R.  (2015). IFLA report from a first timer.  APALA Newsletter. 33(1), 8-9.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Becoming the entrepreneur librarian: building skills, networks and experiences abroad. Presented at Conference Proceeding in IFLA Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning (CPDWL) Section Satellite Pre-conference for 2015.
Pun, R.  (2015). Creating and editing a volume on building international campus libraries.  International Leads. 29(4), 6.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Active learning in library instruction using google sheets.  Technology Interest Group Sync Newsletter. 4(2), 5.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Building an online learning community from abroad.  International Leads. 3(1), 1.
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Pun, R.  (2015). A first timer at SLA annual 2015: an academic librarian’s perspective.  SLA-NYC B2E Newsletter.
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Pun, R.  (2015). Shifting from public to academic librarianship: a career change?.  The Informed Librarian.
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Pun, R., & Anderson, D.  (2015). Transitioning from one library into another.  SLA-NYC B2E Newsletter.
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Pun, R., & Heng, H.  (2015). The first year library research experience at New York University-Shanghai: cultural challenges and learning opportunities in China.  College and Research Libraries News. 76(3), 122-125.
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Pun, R.  (2014). Integrating digital humanities in instructional services: case studies that redefine digital literacy in the 21st century. Presented at Conference Proceeding in the 7th Shanghai International Library Forum, Shanghai, China.
Pun, R.  (2014). The embedded librarian in the career development center at NYU Shanghai.  Academic BRASS Newsletter. 9(2), 1-2.
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Pun, R.  (2014). Public digital archives in asian and asian american studies.  C.U.N.Y: Asian/Asian American Forum. 2(1), 77.
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Pun, R.  (2014). A Reflection From Putuo District to Pudong New Area: New York University Shanghai After Year One.  CALA Newsletter. 18-20.
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Pun, R.  (2014). Working abroad as a librarian: challenges and opportunities ahead.  INALJ.
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Pun, R.  (2014). Reaching beyond ourselves: celebrating 40 years of CALA.  CALA Newsletter. 10.
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Pun, R.  (2014). An inside look at a librarian’s work in New York University Shanghai.  Asian Pacific American Librarians Newsletter. 32(3), 8-9.
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Pun, R.  (2014). Learning languages for professional development.  I Need a Library Job (NALJ).
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Pun, R., & Anderson, D.  (2014). Thoughts on working abroad: international librarianship series.  METRO New York Library Council Website.
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Pun, R., & Tong, M.  (2014). CALA’s Emerging Leaders’ Project ’14 in ALA’s Annual Conference in Las Vegas.  CALA Newsletter. 14-15.
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Pun, R.  (2013). Collaborating with Colleagues: Starting a Special Interest Group in Business and Economics Librarianship.  Journal of Business and Finance Librarianship. 18(4), 330-336.
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Pun, R.  (2013). Visions and images of jihad: virtual orientalism and the distorted lens of technology.  CyberOrient. 7(1).
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Pun, R.  (2013). What does it take to be A mover and shaker in the field of librarianship?.  Library Administration and Management. 9(2), 33-35.
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Pun, R.  (2013). Participating in NCC’s team building workshop.  ACRL-NYC Connections Newsletter. 31(2), 4.
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Pun, R.  (2013). CALA members participate in NCC’s 2nd team building workshop.  CALA Newsletter: Chinese American Librarians Association Newsletter. 48-51.
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Pun, R.  (2013). Traveling in St. Petersburg, Russia: visiting libraries and archives.  AAMES Newsletter. 10(2), 2-3.
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Pun, R.  (2013). 1001 Inventions: A Review.  AMEES Newsletter. 10(2), 5.
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Pun, R.  (2013). Blessed: a history of American prosperity gospel by Kate Bowler.  The Library Journal.
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Pun, R.  (2013). China threat? the challenges, myths and realities of China’s rise by Lionel Vairon.  The Library Journal: Social Sciences Section.
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Pun, R., & , D.  (2013). Business and economics librarianship: inside the conveners’ perspectives.  The B&F Bulletin by SLA: Business and Finance Division. 5-6.
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Pun, R.  (2013). Blessed: a history of american prosperity gospel by Kate Bowler.  The Library Journal.
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Pun, R.  (2012). Women’s mosques in China: a question of islamic authenticity. Presented at East Asian Graduate Studies Conference, Columbia University, New York.
Pun, R., & Carey, E.  (2012). Doing history: a teaching collaboration between St. John’s University and the New York Public Library.  College & Research Libraries News. 73(3), 138-141.
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Pun, R.  (2011). When reading becomes a crime: book trafficking in Mao's China.  World History Bulletin. 27(2), 11-12.
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Pun, R.  (2011). The rise of cyberfeminism 2.0 in Iran?.  Revisions at Queens College.
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Pun, R.  (2011). Paradise forever: virgins, female companions and martyrs in radical islamic thought. Presented at Virgin Envy Panel III Congress 2011 of Humanities and Social Sciences, New Brunswick, Canada.
Pun, R.  (2011). Visions and images of Jihad: orientalism and the distorted lens of technology. Presented at Complicities: English Graduate Conference, Stony Brook University, New York.
Pun, R.  (2011). Women’s Mosques in China: Questioning Islamic Traditions and Authenticity. Presented at 8th Annual Duke-UNC Graduate Islamic Studies Conference, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Pun, R.  (2011). Brooklyn museum’s digital gallery: a review.  AAMES Newsletter. 8(2), 2-3.
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Pun, R.  (2010). The printing revolution of Mao Zedong’s little red book.  Revisions: A Zine on Writings at Queens College.
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Pun, R.  (2010). Site Visit: The Museum of American Finance.  The Chapter: Society of American Archivist at Queens College. 1(2), 3-4.
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