D2.1.2 Evaluation Framework
The DigCurV Evaluation Framework is intended to be helpful to those designing, providing or assessing digital curation curricula
(or individual pieces of training which may form part of a curriculum). The Framework provides a series of different ways to view and evaluate a digital curation curriculum. It consists of 6 areas:
- Area 1: Knowledge and principles
- Area 2: Skills and competences
- Area 3: Audience/profile types
- Area 4: Part of digital curation lifecycle
- Area 5: Teaching methods/training delivery
- Area 6: Professional context
The DigCurV Evaluation Framework forms part of project deliverable 2.1, which includes an analysis of the results of a survey into existing training opportunities in the field of digital curation.
The Framework builds on the results of the DigCurV survey and previous work in digital curation curriculum design and evaluation framework development including the DigCCurr Matrix of Digital Curation Competencies and Knowledge, the Digital Preservation Outreach and Education initiative’s training audiences pyramid, the Research Information Network’s Researcher Development Framework and the Digital Curation Centre lifecycle model.