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Proceedings of the Framing the Digital Curation Curriculum conference

Florence, Italy, 6-7 May, 2013.

Edited by

Chiara CirinnĂ , PhD, Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale, Florence, Italy
 Kate Fernie, MDR Partners (Consulting) Ltd.,London, UK
 Maurizio Lunghi, Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale, Florence, Italy

Guest editor

Vittore Casarosa, CNR-ISTI, Pisa, Italy

CEUR workshop proceedings Volume 1016: DigCurV 2013: Framing the Digital Curation Curriculum online: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1016

Table of Contents

Welcome! , Chiara CirinnĂ , Maurizio Lunghi

Introduction to the DigCurV project , Kate Fernie

 Invited lectures

Session 1: Lifelong learning: a key to professional and personal development towards qualification and employment

 A future with no history meets a history with no future: how much do we need to know about digital preservation , William Kilbride

View from across the Pond: Opportunities, Gaps, and Challenges in Digital Curation Lifelong Learning , Helen Tibbo

Balancing the Books. The Economics of Digital Curation Training & Education , Neil Grindley

Extending the Reach of Digital Preservation Practice: a program to teach practitioners in small institutions , Mary Molinaro

Session 2: Skills for the future

Skills for the Future. Educational opportunities for digital curation professionals , Achim Osswald

DigCurV: next steps , Kate Fernie, Ann Gow, Maurizio Lunghi

Report on the context of the DigCurV Curriculum Framework , Nathan Moles and Seamus Ross

A curriculum Framework for digital curators: presentation of DigCurV results

Digital Curator Vocational Education Europe: overview of the DigCurV project , Kate Fernie 

A survey based analysis on training opportunities , Jurate Kupriene 

The DigCurV review of training needs in the field of digital preservation and curation. An overview of the main findings , Claudia Engelhardt 

The DigCurV Curriculum Framework. Structure, context and approach , Ann Gow, Laura Molloy, Leo Konstantelos 

The CURATE! Game. Its Development, Evaluation and Use , Vicky Garnett, Karolina Badzmierowska, Susan Schreibman 

Contributed paper sessions

Introduction to the sessions , Vittore Casarosa,

Session 1: Digital Curation education

Data-Intelligence Training for Library Staff , Ellen Verbakel, Madeleine de Smaele, Noordegraaf Marina and Nicole Potters

An Applied Approach to Data Curation Training at the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) , Jared Lyle, Mary Vardigan, Jacob Carlson and Ron Nakao

A Tale of Two Countries. Digital Curation Education in Malta and New Zealand , Milena Dobreva and Gillian Oliver

Session 2: Frameworks and lessons learnt

Digital Curation in Architecture Curricula and vocational training for Architects. The DEDICATE Framework in Architectural CAD Courses Design , Ian Anderson and Ruggero Lancia 

Introducing the Information Culture Framework as a Component of the Digital Curator's Toolkit , Fiorella Foscarini and Gillian Oliver 

Getting Data Creators On Board with the Digital Curation Agenda. Lessons Learned in Developing Training for Researchers , Meriel Patrick and James A. J. Wilson 

Session 3: Mainstreaming digital curation education

Digital Stewardship Education at the Graduate School of Library & Information Science , Simmons College, Martha Mahard and Ross Harvey 

Integrating Digital Curation in a Digital Library curriculum: the International Master DILL case study , Anna Maria Tammaro 

Learning Hands-on and by Trial & Error with Data Curation Profiles , D Scott Brandt 

The digital curator between continuity and change: developing a training course at the University of Turin , Maurizio Vivarelli, Maria Cassella and Federico Valacchi 

Mainstreaming Digital Curation. An overview of activity in the UK archives and records management profession , Jenny Bunn and Sarah Higgins 

Bridging By Design: The Curation and Management of Digital Assets Specialization at the University of Maryland , Katie Shilton, Michael Kurtz, Bruce Ambacher, Erik Mitchell, Douglas Oard and Ann Weeks 

Session 4: Developing 21st Century professionals

Infusing Digital Curation Competencies into the SLIS Curriculum , Patricia C. Franks 

The Digital Content Management Curriculum: A Case Study at Wayne State University's School of Library & Information Science , Joan E. Beaudoin 

'DIY' Research Data Management Training Kit for Librarians , Stuart Macdonald and Robin Rice 

The round table

Creating a common vision for digital curation education: building alliances , Chiara CirinnĂ , Kate Fernie, Maurizio Lunghi