Mats Dahlstrom (b. 1964): Academic exams are a BA (Uppsala University, 1988) with a major in classical philology, and a MA (Univ. College of Boras, 1995) in library and information science. He currently holds a position as a lecturer (since 1995) and Ph.D. student (since 1998) at SSLIS, The Swedish School of Library and Information Studies (SSLIS) at the University of Gothenburg and the University College of Boras, Sweden (http://www.hb.se/bhs). Other professional activities include co-directing ITH (Centre for Information Technology Studies as a Human Science, http://www.hb.se/bhs/ith/), a centre at SSLIS that i.a. publishes the academic quarterly journal Human IT (for which he serves as editor-in-chief; a web version of the journal is to be found at http://www.hb.se/bhs/ith/humanit.htm). Outside SSLIS, he lectures extensively on popular as well as professional aspects of digital documents, and serves as a member of the referential group on electronic publishing matters at the National Council of Cultural Affairs, Stockholm. Subject areas of teaching include: electronic publishing ; digital media ; qualitative aspects and critical analysis of web documents ; textuality and hypertextuality ; information retrieval and database searches. He also supervises a number of Master's theses at SSLIS. His main research interests are within document studies, digitization and textual criticism, and his ongoing Ph.D. thesis focuses on textual organisation and document architecture in scholarly critical editions of multiversional literary works of art, with a particular emphasis on the transition from print to digital media. Peer-reviewed publications in English include (co-authored with Mikael Gunnarsson, SSLIS) "DA Draws a Circle : On Document Architecture and Its Relation to LIS Education and Research". // Information Research. Vol. 5 (1999) : 2 (http://www.shef.ac.uk/~is/publications/infres/infres52.html).