PhD., University of British Columbia, expects to conclude in 2024.
Masters in Information Science (MIS), University of Brasilia, 2016.
Bachelor in Archival Science (BAS), University of Brasilia, 2003.
Danielle Batista, BAS, MIS, is a Ph.D. Candidate from the iSchool@UBC. She is a member of the Blockchain@UBC Research and Cybersecurity Certified by ISC2. She has 20 years of experience in records and information management. Her specialties are public records management, electronic and digital records management systems development and implementation, creation/use of information governance policies, and records management training. She is currently the Archivist for the Federal Labor Prosecution Office in Brazil. She worked as an Archivist for the Federal District Prosecution Office and as an independent consultant for several organizations in Brasilia, Brazil.
Dissertation Advisor: Dr. Victoria Lemieux
- Records Trustworthiness
- Records Fraud
- Government Digital Records
- Blockchain Technology
- Digital Records and Emerging Technologies
- Information Security
- Information Governance
- Records Forensics
- Digital Forensics
BATISTA, Danielle. A., OLIVEIRA, Eliane B. “Archival Audit: requirement proposal”. Informação&Sociedade: Estudos. (2019).
BATISTA, Danielle, WEINGAERTNER, Tim. “ArchContract: using smart contracts for disposition”. IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data). (2019).
BATISTA, Danielle, LEMIEUX, Victoria. “Information systems design as an imperative for recalculating the archives”. Tabula: Recalculating Archives. (2020).
BATISTA, Danielle et al. “Blockchains and Provenance: How a Technical System for Tracing Origins, Ownership and Authenticity Can Transform Social Trust”. In: Lemieux, V.L., Feng, C. (eds) Building Decentralized Trust. (2021).
BATISTA, Danielle et al. “Exploring Blockchain Technology for Chain of Custody Control in Physical Evidence: A Systematic Literature Review”. Journal of Risk and Financial Management. (2023).
ARMA INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION – AIEF Scholarship 2018
BLOCKATHON FOR SOCIAL GOOD – First prize in the Blockathon for Social Good, Blockchain@UBC Summer Institute 2018
BLOCKCHAIN GRADUATE PATH – Blockchain Graduate Path award 2019-2021