Kenneth W. Heger

Kenneth W. Heger
Kenneth W. Heger, Lecturer


PhD, History, University of Maryland


4110B, Hornbake Building, South Wing


Kenneth W. Heger, Ph.D., is the liaison in the Archives and Digital Curation specialization.  Prior to coming to the iSchool, Dr. Heger was an employee at the National Archives and Records Administration, where he directed national programs in access, description, digitization, and outreach.  He has spoken at the Federation of Genealogical Societies, the National Genealogical Society, and the Genealogical Institute on Federal Records, as well as regional, state, and local historical societies. He has published in numerous regional, state and local genealogical publications.  He is the current president of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society (MAGS).

Research Interest

Building systems to link data from various sources and records types
Archives and Digital Curation

The Overseas Pension Project


  • LBSC 782, Arrangement, Description and Access Systems
  • LBSC 703, Field Study
  • INST 728-B, Digitization of Legacy Holdings