Corinne joined Artefactual Systems in August, 2018 as a systems archivist to do QA, documentation, training, community support, requirements analysis and all the other things that go into supporting AtoM and Archivematica.
Corinne graduated from the iSchool (Library, Archival and Information Studies) at the University of British Columbia with an MAS (2009) and PhD (2015). Her PhD research into concepts of authenticity of digital records and data was supported by a three-year SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship. While at UBC, Corinne participated in the InterPARES Project (International Research on Permanent Authentic Records in Electronic Systems), the Digital Records Forensics Project (2009-2011), and the Law of Evidence in the Digital Environment Project (2012-2015). Since 2013 she has been the Project Coordinator for InterPARES Trust, a multi-disciplinary, international partnership researching issues of trust and trustworthiness of records and data online. As an adjunct professor in the iSchool since 2013 she has taught diplomatics and digital preservation, and currently teaches digital diplomatics and digital records forensics. As well as pursuing a strong interest in digital archives, Corinne trains her black lab, Emma, in agility, odor detection, and disaster search.