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Rosemary Lynch: the DigCurv Curriculum Framework

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Presentation during World Digital Preservation Day 2018 and International Conference 'Memory Makers' organised by DPC and the Dutch Digital Heritage Network

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Rosemary Lynch: the DigCurv Curriculum Framework

  1. 1. BENCHMARKING USING THE DIGCURV CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK Digital Curation Education at the Universities of Liverpool and Ibadan Rosemary Lynch
  2. 2. PURPOSE • Comparing with international good practice • Identifying weaknesses • Identifying areas in which materials can be shared • Identifying areas in which new material needs to be created
  3. 3. METHODOLOGY
  4. 4. METHODOLOGY: THE DIGCURV FRAMEWORK KNOWLEDGE AND INTELLECTUAL ABILITIES (KIA) PERSONAL QUALITIES (PQ) PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT (PC) MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE (MQA)
  5. 5. LEVELS OF DIGITAL CURATION PRACTICE • Basic – is aware of • Intermediate – Understands • Advanced – Is Able To • Practitioners • Managers • Executives DIGITAL CURATION SKILL LENSES METHODOLOGY: THE DIGCURV FRAMEWORK
  6. 6. METHODOLOGY: ASSESSING THE CURRICULA PC: Professional Conduct University of Liverpool University of Ibadan Identifier Skill Basic Intermediate Advanced Basic Intermediate Advanced PC 3.4 Adhere to principles of ethical conduct TAUGHT PRACTICED TESTED
  7. 7. METHODOLOGY: ASSESSING THE CURRICULA KIA: Knowledge and Intellectual Abilities University of Liverpool University of Ibadan Identifier Skill requirement Basic Intermediate Advanced Basic Intermediate Advanced KIA 1.13 Digital Curation and Preservation Technology TAUGHT PRACTICED TESTED
  8. 8. PQ: Personal Qualities University of Liverpool University of Ibadan Identifier Skill requirement Basic Intermediate Advanced Basic Intermediate Advanced PQ 2.3 Articulate value of collections to peers, other staff and students TAUGHT PRACTICED TESTED METHODOLOGY: ASSESSING THE CURRICULA
  9. 9. OUTCOMES • SHARING KNOWLEDGE • IMPROVING BOTH CURRICULA • THINKING MORE WIDELY ABOUT SKILLS NEEDED BY NEW GRADUATES
  10. 10. OUTCOMES: FUTURE USES AND DEVELOPMENT • Aligning archival education programmes with knowledge and skills requirements • Reflecting on the alignment of teaching with assessment • For practitioners: auditing their own skills and knowledge
  11. 11. CONTACTS James Lowry J.Lowry@liverpool.ac.uk Dr Abiola Abioye biolaabioye@gmail.com Rosemary Lynch rosemaryclarelynch@gmail.com

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