Staff Profiles

Dr. Tshepho Lydia Mosweu

Dr. Tshepho Mosweu at her PhD graduation ceremony

Faculty of Humanities

Library and Information Studies

Senior Lecturer

Location: +267 355 5021
Phone: +267 72264000
Email Dr. Tshepho Lydia Mosweu

Certificate in Chinese Language.

Bachelor of Social Sciences.

Master in Archives and Records Management.

Doctor of Philosophy in Information Science.

Tshepho Mosweu is a Senior lecturer at the Department of library and Information studies at the University of Botswana where she teaches courses related to archives and records management and knowledge management. Her professional activities include working with the InterPARES Trust 4 Africa Team, most recently InterPARES Trust AI and the ICA Digital Curation programme. She also serves as a member of the ESARBICA journal editorial team. She has published academic papers in peer reviewed journals and book chapters on electronic records, liquid communication, Cloud- Computing , research methods and oral history. Dr Mosweu is the co-editor of the book Cases on Electronic Record Management in the ESARBICA Region published in 2020 by IGI Global

Archives and records management.

Research methods in Knowledge management.

Office Skills.

Microphotography and Reprographics.

Industrial attachment

Electronic records management systems.

social media.

liquid communication.

cloud computing.

oral history.

research methods.  

Archival studies 

Records management.

Electronic Records Management Systems.

  1. Mosweu. T. 2019. Use of Social Media Platforms for Increased Access and Visibility by the Botswana National Archives and Records Services in Ngulube,P. (ed.) Handbook of Research on Advocacy, Promotion, and Public Programming for Memory Institutions.
  2. Mosweu T. 2019. The Use of Social Media by the Botswana Government and Governance of Liquid Communication. South African Journal of Information Studies.370 (1)
  3. Mosweu T. & Ngoepe, M. 2019. Here one moment, gone the next: A framework for liquid communication generated through social media platforms in the Botswana public sector. South African Journal of Information Management.21 (1)
  4. Mosweu, T.L & Kenosi, L (2018). Implementation of the Court Records Management System in the delivery of justice at the Gaborone Magisterial District, Botswana. Records Management Journal.
  5. Mosweu, T. 2011. Digitizing the Oral History Collection at Botswana National Archives and Records Services. South African Society of Archivists.44: 24-30.

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