Symposium Presenters and Presentation Abstracts

More than 40 presentation proposals have been lined up for the 2-day Symposium. Information on the presenters and their presentation titles are tabled below. Presentation abstracts will be published soon–please return to this page for updates.

S/N Presenters Presentations and Presenters’ Bios
1 Hanis Kamarudin, PhD Researcher, Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA Oral History and the Connection to the Mediated Recordkeeping Culture-as-Evidence Model
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2 Dr. Pauline Joseph, Senior Lecturer, Libraries, Archives, Records and Information Science (LARIS), School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry (MCASI), Curtin University, AUSTRALIA Imagining Possibilities for Community Archives by Rethinking and Reframing Boundaries with Sustainable and Ethical Practices
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3 Roberto R. C. Grosse Junior, Coordinator of the Brazilian Federal Senate Archives and Records, BRAZIL The Brazilian Senate Experience of Leading the Legislative Archives and Records to the Digital Era
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4 Dr William Cooney, Archivist, Library and Archives, CANADA Rethinking Government Records in Canada: Library and Archives Canada’s Reframed Government Records Program from Analogue Disposition to Digital Discoverability
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5 Dr Wenhong Zhou, Assistant Professor, Sichuan University, Chengdu, CHINA

Li Zilin, PhD Candidate, School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of CHINA

An Investigation and Analysis of Participatory Actions to Archive Information Created Online in China
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6 Tianjiao Qi, PhD Candidate (archival science), School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of CHINA / Joint PhD Candidate, Department of Information Studies University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) A Bridge Back to 800 Years Ago: Digital Archiving for Chinese Ancient Villages
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7 FuWenqian, National Archives Administration of CHINA Custody and Utilization of Surveillance Video Files
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8 Zhang Bing, National Archives Administration of CHINA  Discussion about the Development of Personal Holographic Archives
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9 Dr. Mok Kin Wai Patrick, Department of Social Science, Hang Seng Management College, HONG KONG The Publicness of Personal Memory Records
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10 Kitty But, Archives Manager, Lee Kum Kee Family and Corporate Archives, HONG KONG Corporate Social Responsibility: Engaging the Community
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11 Tsang  Lau Foon, University Archivist, The Chinese University of HONG KONG Library The Initiation of Documenting A Modern Education Institution: Establishment of the University Archives of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
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12 Dr Djoko Utomo, Honorary member of SARBICA / Former National Archivist of INDONESIA Development of Indonesian Archival Law, Arsip Terjaga, Outer Islands and Borders
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13 Harry Bawono, Researcher, Center for Research and Archival System Development, National Archives of the Republic of INDONESIA Crowdsourcing Technology as a Strategy to Develop Archives as a Pillar of the Integration of Collective Memory of the Nation in Digital Era: a Proposal to Strengthening the Indonesian Archival Information System
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14 Indah Novita Sari, Lecturer / Head of Laboratory, Archival Science Department, Universitas Gadjah Mada INDONESIA

Widiatmoko Adi Putranto, Lecturer, Archival Science Department, Universitas Gadjah Mada, INDONESIA

Cloud Storage: Providing Possibilities for Archives Recovery After Disaster
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15 Gowri P.S. Thangaya, Head of Electronic Records Management Section, National Archives of MALAYSIA Malaysian Government Web Archive (MyGWA) – Experience and Challenges
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16 Amy Ngau Ing, Archivist, National Archives of MALAYSIA Classification of Archives: The Implementation of File Classification Plan (FCP) into Malaysian Government Sector
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17 Norsuriaty Awang Hassim, Archivist, Records Management Section, Management Services Division, Prime Minister’s Department, MALAYSIA Seconds After Disaster: Simulation Experience To Protect Records in Prime Minister’s Department in Malaysia
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18 Mohd Saufi Samsudin, Archivist, Records Management Section, Management Services Divison, Public Service Department, MALAYSIA The Implementation of Electronic Records in Malaysia: The Bad, The Bold and The Beautiful
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19 Martin Julius V. Perez, Archivist, Department of Foreign Affairs, Republic of THE PHILIPPINES

University of the Philippines Diliman

Information Culture and its Impact in the Implementation of the Freedom of Information (FOI) Executive Order in the Philippines
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20 Lulu J. del Mar – Records Specialist, Okada Manila, THE PHILIPPINES

Executive Committee Member of the National Committee on Archives – National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCA-NCCA) / Former Archives Consultant of the Dominican Province of the Philippines and the Department of Foreign Affairs / Former University Archivist of De La Salle University Manila

Data Privacy: Strengthening Records Keeping (A Perspective)
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21 Iyra S. Buenrostro, THE PHILLIPINES, PhD Candidate (Information Studies) at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Mary Grace P. Golfo, THE PHILLIPINES, PhD Candidate (Anthropology) at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

Oral History as a Shared Experience: Interviewing as a Reflexive Memory Work
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22 Dr Lee Watkins, International Library of African Music (ILAM), Rhodes University, SOUTH AFRICA The International Library of African Music (ILAM): An Archive to Match the Demands for a Decolonial Imaginary
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23 Victor Kabata, PhD Candidate, Information Studies Programme, University of Kwa Zulu-Natal, SOUTH AFRICA

Dr. Francis Garaba, Senior Lecturer, Information Studies Programme, University of Kwa Zulu-Natal, SOUTH AFRICA

Records Management Practices in the Public Sector in Kenya: Implications for Implementation of the Access To Information (ATI) Act 2016
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24 Janice Chen, Archive Officer, ASIAN FILM ARCHIVE Preserving Institutional Memory in the Digital Age
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25 Farah Wardani, Assistant Director, Resource Centre, National Gallery SINGAPORE Building the Southeast Asian Art Archives: The Role of Archiving in Art History
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26 Eric Chin, General Counsel, National Library Board, SINGAPORE The Makings of an Archives (Part 1 of 5): The Legal Mandate
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27 Grace Chan, Manager, Marketing and Social Media Engagement, National Library, National Library Board, SINGAPORE   Unlocking the Archives: A Developing Story
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28 Christabel Khoo, Assistant Archivist, Records Management, National Archives of SINGAPORE

Abigail Huang, Archivist, Records Management, National Archives of SINGAPORE

Getting Citizens to be Archivists – Learning Points of the Citizen Archivist Project by the National Archives of Singapore
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29 Fiona Tan, Gayathri Kaur Gill, and Suriati Sani (Archivists from the Archives Reading Room), National Archives of SINGAPORE Helping Yourselves: Introducing Self-Service Modes of Operations in the Archives Reading Room
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30 Lu Wenshi, Manager, Archives Services, National Archives of SINGAPORE Engaging Students Through Oral History – The Singapore Experience
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31 Dr Phang Lai Tee, Deputy Director, National Archives of SINGAPORE Audiovisual Archives for Advocacy (working title)
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32 Noor Fadilah Yusof, Assistant Director (Records Management), National Archives of SINGAPORE Balancing Act: Implementing Records Management in Singapore’s Context
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33 Ong Fang Zheng, Assistant Conservator, Archives Laboratories, National Archives of SINGAPORE Adopting and Adapting: Rethinking Environmental Standards for Southeast Asia
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34 Dr Ho Chi Tim, Independent Scholar, SINGAPORE

[Presentation jointly prepared with Dr Sandra Khor Manickam, Department of History, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS]

The Second World War and Archival Holdings in Malaysia and Singapore
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35 Dr. Waraporn Poolsatitiwat, Head of Archives and Cultural Heritage Information Management Programme / Lecturer at Faculty of Archaeology Silpakorn University, THAILAND Records and Archives in Thai Context and Role of National Archives of Thailand (NAT) in Digital Age
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36 Dr Naya Sucha-xaya, Department of Library Science, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, THAILAND Reviving Traditional Archival Practice in the Digital Era: The Use of Social Media During the Moo Pa Academy Cave Rescue Incident
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37 Pam Schweitzer, Founder of Age Exchange Theatre and Reminiscence Theatre Archive, UNITED KINGDOM Creative Development of Oral History Archives into Theatre and Visual Arts
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38 Adrian Brown, Director of the Parliamentary Archives, Houses of Parliament, London, UNITED KINGDOM Re-imagining Digital Preservation: A View from the UK Parliament
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39 William Kilbride, Executive Director, Digital Preservation Coalition, UNITED KINGDOM Re-imagining Digital Preservation: A View from Everywhere
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