Kim leads a team of library professionals that actively engage the Penn community in new library services designed to meet the changing needs of scholars. The Teaching, Research, and Learning Services team enables digital scholarship and multimodal research, open access publishing, technology-enhanced pedagogies, collection development, and interactive, experiential media production in support of Penn's mission. Kim provides strategic oversight for the campus learning management system serving 23,000 students daily and Penn's open access repository that hosts nearly 2.5 million downloads of scholarly content annually. TRL spans informal and formal learning spaces ranging from high-tech Commons spaces and active learning classrooms to the iconic Fisher Fine Arts and the Penn Museum Libraries. Learn more about current projects at penntrl.wordpress.com
Before working at Penn, Kim managed enterprise-wide learning technologies, MOOC production, course design, and custom educational multimedia development at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Prior to UNC, Kim served in a variety of roles including instructional designer, faculty developer, instructor, media developer, and project manager/designer of online courses. She earned a Ph.D. in Environmental Resource Development from Michigan State University.