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EDUCATION
University of Michigan School of Information
Ph.D. in Information (2013)
Dissertation: “Virtual Reunification: Bits and Pieces Put Together to Form a Semblance of a Whole”
Graduate Certificate Program in Museum Studies (2011)
Graduate Certificate Program in Science, Technology and Society (2011)

University of the Philippines (Diliman) School of Library and Information Studies
Master of Library and Information Science (2005)
Concentration: Archives and Museum Studies

University of the Philippines (Diliman) School of Library and Information Studies
Bachelor of Library Science (2000)
Concentration: Library Science

TEACHING
University of Maryland iSchool
Assistant Professor
Archival Appraisal, Winter 2014
Introduction to Digital Curation, Fall 2013
Introduction to Research Methods in Information Studies, Winter 2013

University of Michigan School of Information
Instructor on Record
SI 580 – Understanding Records and Archives, Winter 2011 & Winter 2012

Graduate Student Instructor (GSI)
SI 501 – Contextual Inquiry and Project Management (head GSI), Fall 2011
SI 580 – Understanding Records and Archives, Fall 2010
SI 640 – Digital Libraries and Archives, Winter 2009

Graduate Student Mentor
Fall 2010 and Fall 2011

University of the Philippines (Diliman) School of Library and Information Studies
Assistant Professor of Archival Studies, 2001–2012 (study leave, 2006–2012)
Introduction to Archives and Records Management
Archives Acquisition, Appraisal, Arrangement and Description
Archives Documentation, Reference, Access and Outreach
Preservation Management
Foundations of Audiovisual Archives
Introduction to Librarianship and Information Science
Research in Library and Information Science

RESEARCH
Mapping Collective Memory in Archival Literature, 2009–2013
This project, undertaken with Trond Jacobsen and Margaret Hedstrom, is a systematic examination of the emergence of collective memory as a concept in archival studies. Using citation and network analysis of articles from leading archival journals, the study gauges the influence of individual scholars, maps how new ideas enter the archival discourse, and analyzes how often well known works are cited.

Graduate Student Research Assistant, Fall 2008 – Winter 2009
Research Title: Beyond Image Retrieval: Bridging Digitization Processes and End-User Judgments in a Large-Scale Image Digital Library (Principal Investigator, Prof. Paul Conway, UM School of Information, Funded by the National Science Foundation)

Graduate Student Research Assistant, Fall 2009 – Winter 2010
Research Title: Archival Metrics and User Evaluation for Governmental Archives
 (Principal Investigator, Prof. Elizabeth Yakel, UM School of Information, Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, NHPRC)