Information Collections, Libraries, Databases, Archives, & Ethics

Our faculty study topics such as digital archives, artifact preservation, information organization, museums, institutions of cultural heritage, and databases across business, sciences, and other contexts.

Information Collections, Libraries, Databases, Archives, & Ethics Faculty

Hong Cui

Hong Cui

Professor

  • Biodiversity informatics
  • Machine learning
  • Software usability
Martin H. Frické

Martin H. Frické

Professor

  • Logic and librarianship
  • Cryptotechnologies
  • Big data
Bruce Fulton

Bruce Fulton

Associate Professor, Career Track

Advisor, M.A. Library & Information Science and Graduate Certificates

  • Technology
  • Publishing
  • Data management
Bryan Heidorn

Bryan Heidorn

Professor

Director, Center for Digital Society and Data Studies

  • Text mining
  • Data curation
  • Biodiversity informatics
Cheryl Knott

Cheryl Knott

Professor

  • Information access
  • Print culture history

Jamie A. Lee

Associate Professor

Director of Graduate Studies

  • Archival Studies
  • Storytelling/Digital Storytelling & Oral History
  • Theory of the Body/Embodiment
Laura Ruth Lenhart

Laura Ruth Lenhart

Assistant Professor, Career Track

  • Digital media ethics
  • History of publishing
Harvill 438

Berlin Loa

Assistant Professor, Career Track; Knowledge River Program Manager

  • Museums and archives
  • Collections management
  • Taskscapes of cultural heritage & public memory
Carla Stoffle

Carla Stoffle

Professor

  • Management
  • Organizational change
  • Funding libraries