Matt Schultz is a digital curator with a background in historiography, memory studies and archival science. He holds a B.A. in History from GVSU (2007) and a Masters of Science in Information (MSI) from the University of Michigan School of Information (2009).

Schultz is currently serving as the Metadata & Digital Curation Librarian at Grand Valley State University.

He writes here about his professional work and on the role of librarians and archivists in democratizing and humanizing technology in our culture. He advocates and writes on topics spanning online privacy, open access, copyright reform, digital rights management, and other issues at the intersection of technology and society.