currently serves as the Deputy Dean of the Department of Library Science,
College of Information and Communications Technology of International Islamic
University, Malaysia. Dr. Mansor’s career has taken her through years of
study, research, teaching and administration, where she holds a BA in Business
Administration (Computer-based Information Systems) from University of Missouri
Kansas City (USA), a MLIS from IIUM and a PhD in Information Sciences from
University of Pittsburgh, USA.
is the Deputy Director and Archivist of the Vietnam Archive at Texas Tech
University. He supervises all aspects of the Vietnam Archive to include the Oral
History Project and Virtual Vietnam Archive. The latter is a five-year $2.3 million project to digitize
the holdings of the Vietnam Archive and post them online, providing free global
access to these historical materials via the Internet. A historian by
profession, he obtained his BA and MA in history from the University of North
Carolina at Wilmington, and proceeded on his PhD in history at Texas Tech
serves as lecturer
in the Department of Architecture National Institute of Technology-Bandung,
Indonesia. She obtained her Magister of Architecture Technique specializing in
Urban Architecture at the Katholik University of Parahyangan Bandung- Indonesia.
She has participated in various Architecture seminars such as the Modern Asian
Architecture Network at Istanbul Turkey, Urbanization and Development in
Nusantara Medan and Conservation and Maintenance of Historical Building in Lund
University, Sweden and in Amman, Jordan in April 2005, sponsored by Sida
(Swedish International Development Agency)
Jose F. Ignacio
is a practicing architect and an academician. He teaches architecture
and is currently the Assistant Head of the Environmental Architecture
Laboratory of the College of Architecture of the University of the Philippines.
A British Council Scholar, he finished his Master of Architecture at Sheffield
University in England. He further received fellowships from the Higher Education
Funding Council of England for research work on Energy Efficient Designs and
the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency for Heritage
Conservation studies. He is actively involved in the United Architects of the
Philippines (the accredited Professional Organization) by promoting and
developing programs on Conservation and Preservation of Heritage Architecture
and Green Architecture Designs.
Teresa Montesa is
the Senior Records and Archives Officer, Information Resources and
Services Section, Asian Development Bank. She obtained her Bachelor in Library
Science and Masters in Public Administration, Major in Public Personnel
Management at the University of the Philippines. Has a Graduate Diploma in
Information Management, Specialization in Archives Administration, School of
Library and Archival Studies (SILAS), University of New South Wales, Sydney,
Australia as full scholar under the Equity and Merit Scholarship Scheme of the
Australian government. She was formerly the National Head of National Committee
on Archives, National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), 2001 – June
2004. Now, she is the President, Society of Filipino Archivists (SFA), Inc.,
2005 – 2007.
Khaw Lake Tee
is currently the Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Malaysia. She was
formerly the Head of the Legal and Management Services Unit of the University of
Malaya, which provides legal and advisory services to the University and the
Vice-Chancellor. Her teaching and research interests and experience are in
intellectual property and information technology. Her major publications include Copyright Law in Malaysia (2nd Ed) and Land
Law in Malaysia – Cases and Commentary.
She has sat in committees in various government ministries dealing
with matters relating to intellectual property, information and communications
law, data protection law, and education. In
1997, she was seconded for a term of four years to the Multimedia Development
Corporation (MDC), a Government-owned company in charge of the overall
development of the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC), to further advise, develop
and assist the relevant government ministries and agencies on the policies and
legal issues relating to cyber-laws and intellectual property laws as well as
the development of a legal and regulatory framework in the fulfillment of the
MSC Bill of Guarantees.
Khaw holds an LLB (Hons) from University of Malaya, an LLM from Monash
University and a PhD from the London School of Economics, University of London.
She is also an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya.
is currently the Preservation Manager of the State Library of South Australia,
and has a keen interest in reformatting strategies – particularly in the field
of preservation microfilming. In collaboration with the National Library of
Australia and IFLA, Heather has recently developed microfilming training
materials which have been distributed throughout the Asian Pacific region under
the auspices of IFLA-PAC program with the aim of better preserving heritage
materials through high quality microfilming techniques. With a background in
librarianship and vocational education, Heather delivers training courses in
reformatting – most recently in collaboration with Andy Fenton (NZ
Micrographics) for Singapore National Archives.
Angela Fe Verzosa is
the University Archivist of De La Salle University – Manila since 1988, and
served as its Library Director from June 1994 until May 1998. She graduated with
an AB History degree in 1966 and a Master in Library Science in 1978 from the
University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City.
served as Head of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts – National
Committee on Libraries and Information Services from 2001 – 2004. She was
President of the Philippine Association of Academic and Research Libraries (for
two terms, 2000 and 2004) and past president (2000) of the Philippine Librarians
Association, Inc., an accredited professional organization of licensed
is currently the Managing Director of Asia-Pacific, LORD Cultural Resources
Planning and Management, Inc. Hongkong. He served as a Senior Policy Analyst for
the Museums and Heritage and the Broadcasting Policy Branches of the Canadian
Department of Communications. Has
been a Director of the Arts and Multiculturalism Branch for the Saskatchewan
Department of Culture and Recreation, and Curator of Multicultural Collections
at the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature. He
is Masters of Arts graduate in anthropology from the University of Manitoba.
work in the Philippines includes the Master Plan and Exhibition Development for
the National Museum of the Philippines, Functional Programmes for the Ayala
Museum and the Lopez Museum, Conservation Assessment of Collections for the
Lopez Museum, and a Functional Strategy for the President Roxas Interpretive
Center. Chuck has also taughts courses such as curatorship, Heritage resource
Management, and the Consulting with ehtnocultural communities.
Yuki Nagano is
currently the Library Director of International Christian Library of Tokyo,
Japan since 1994 up to the present. She holds a B.A. in Social Sciences from the
International Christian University and MA in Library and Information Science
from the University of London.
served as lecturer of Library Science in Ootsuma Women’s University and
International Christian University since 1988. She has been PRO of Reader’s
Digest International and Assistant Editor of English Journals at Cosmo Public
Relations Company. She is also a member of the Mita Society for Library and
Information Science and Information Science Technology Association.
Nagano has done many publications, journal articles and presentations in
Japanese. The following is the latest presentation in English: New
Library Building and Digital Library Services at ICU, Workshop: Dialogue through
Digital Libraries II, July 17, 2004, at the International Christian University