Donald Force, Ph.D.
PhD, School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, 2013, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
MLS (Archives Concentration), 2007, Indiana University MIS, 2007, Indiana University
MA, History, 2004, Southern Illinois University Carbondale BA, English, Millersville University
BioDonald Force is a Lecturer in the School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee . He received in Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia, where his dissertation examined the requirements a business record must satisfy to be admitted as evidence in a Canadian court of law and determine whether recordkeeping standards provide adequate guidance to help an organization support legal compliance with these criteria. He has been involved in several international research projects, including the International Research on Permanent Authentic Records in Electronic Systems (InterPARES) and Digital Records Forensics projects at the University of British Columbia. He received his MLS and MIS degrees from Indiana University in 2007 and his MA in history from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, in 2004.
655 Introduction to Records Management (Fall 2013)
650 Introduction to Modern Archives Administration and Arrangement (Spring 2014)
Force, D. & Shaffer, E. (2013). Records Management and Peer-Reviewed Journals: An Assessment. ARMA International Educational Foundation.
Force, D. (2012). Case Study 10(3) – University of Victoria – University Secretary’s (USEC) – Final Report. InterPARES 3 Project, TEAM Canada. Version 1.2. .
Force, D. (2011). Guidelines for managing records created in the investigative and litigation process: Final report.
Force, D. (2010). From Peruvian guano to electronic records: Canadian E-Discovery and its relationship to records professionals. Archivaria 69: 49-75.