Guillermo Oyarce | Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies

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Guillermo Oyarce

Associate Professor, Library & Information Sciences Department
(940) 565-3564
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Discovery Park E295G

Dr. Guillermo Oyarce, Associate Professor, Library and Information Science Department, University of North Texas. Dr. Oyarce works on human-information interaction issues. He is an international speaker in conferences and higher education institutions around the world to discuss issues of inclusion, access to information, the digital divide, and the use of computer technology for information seeking. He is currently working on interfaces for information discovery on collections of Electronic Theses and Dissertations.

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