Teresa Wong

Teresa is the digital archivist responsible for ensuring sustainable access and preservation for born-digital and digitized materials within the John M. Kelly Library’s Special Collections. She has been with the Kelly Library in different capacities since 2017 as an Archival Assistant, later as a Processing Archivist, and most recently, as a contract Digital Archivist. In 2019-2020, Teresa spent a year at the J. Paul Getty Trust as a graduate intern where she further developed her expertise in and passion for digital preservation.

Teresa graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree majoring in History at the Toronto Metropolitan University. She went on to complete her Master of Information degree (MI) at the University of Toronto specializing in Archives and Records Management and Critical Information Policy Studies.

  • Research Interests
    • Digital preservation and legal issues
    • Digital preservation sustainability
  • Education
    • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) at the Toronto Metropolitan University, in History
    • Master of Information (MI) at the University of Toronto, Archives and Records Management and Critical Information Policy Studies