The DigCurV curriculum framework for digital curation in the cultural heritage sector

Gow, A. , Molloy, L. and Konstantelos, L. (2014) The DigCurV curriculum framework for digital curation in the cultural heritage sector. In: Digital Humanities, Lausanne, Switzerland, 7-12 Jul 2014,

Gow, A. , Molloy, L. and Konstantelos, L. (2014) The DigCurV curriculum framework for digital curation in the cultural heritage sector. In: Digital Humanities, Lausanne, Switzerland, 7-12 Jul 2014,

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Abstract

The Digital Curator Vocational Education (‘DigCurV’) project was funded by the European Commission’s Leonardo da Vinci lifelong learning programme . It aimed to establish a curriculum framework for vocational training in digital curation. DigCurV brought together a network of partners to address the availability of vocational training for digital curators in the library, archive, museum and cultural heritage sectors, with a particular focus on the training needed to develop new skills that are essential for the long-term management of digital collections. In 2013, the DigCurV collaborative network completed development of this Curriculum Framework for digital curation skills in the European cultural heritage sector. Drawing on a variety of established skills and competence models in the digital curation and cultural heritage sectors, DigCurV synthesised such expertise with input from those in the digital curation professions to develop a new Curriculum Framework. As a result, the Framework can help develop digital curation training offerings, provide a benchmark against which to map and compare existing offerings, and motivate training providers to continue to develop and refresh training. Our paper will describe the salient points of this work, including how the project team conducted the research necessary to develop the Framework, the structure of the Framework, the processes used to validate the Framework, and three ‘lenses’ onto the Framework. Our paper will also provide suggestions as to how the Framework might be used, including a description of potential audiences and purposes. As such, this paper draws on various DigCurV project deliverables. The contributions of members of the network to these deliverables is gratefully acknowledged.

Item Type:Conference Proceedings
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Gow, Ms Ann and Molloy, Ms Laura and Konstantelos, Dr Leonidas
Authors: Gow, A., Molloy, L., and Konstantelos, L.
Subjects:Z Bibliography. Library Science. Information Resources > Z665 Library Science. Information Science
Z Bibliography. Library Science. Information Resources > ZA Information resources
Z Bibliography. Library Science. Information Resources > ZA Information resources > ZA4050 Electronic information resources
College/School:College of Arts > School of Humanities > Information Studies
Copyright Holders:Copyright © 2014 The Authors
Publisher Policy:Reproduced with the permission of the authors

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