Teaching

Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto

Kim has been a sessional instructor at the University of Toronto iSchool since 2014. She currently teaches two courses.

INF2173/2273H: Information Professional Practicum I and II

The objective of the Information Professional Practicum course is to prepare students for the professional workplace. Projects may be completed in person, remotely, or a combination of both. Whatever the work setting, students will learn how to interact in a professional setting, observe the different management and leadership styles of supervisors and others, and gain a better self‐awareness of professional interests and abilities.

INF2314: Program Evaluation

This course introduces students to the foundations of evaluation, including using the logic model, program evaluation, data gathering, analysis and reporting. Examples of evaluation in a variety of information environments will be explored, including libraries, archives and museums as well as how evaluation is applied and practiced in information systems and design and user experience design. This course provides students with a new skill highly in demand in the information and data sciences job markets.