Paul Conway (archivist) - Education

Education

In 1975, Conway received his BA (Honors) in History from Indiana University. He has an MA in History:Administration of archives (1980), and a Ph.D. in Information and Library Studies (1991), both from the University of Michigan. His doctoral dissertation is titled Archival Preservation in the United States and the Role of Information Sources. His research interests mainly focus on the challenges of digital information preservation and management.

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