Conference information

Framing the digital curation curriculum

6-7 May 2013
Florence, Italy


Monday – 6 May

09:00 – 09.30 Welcome – Kate Fernie / Ann Gow / Maurizio Lunghi
09:30 -10:30 Lifelong learning: a key to professional and personal development towards qualification and employment -Session chair : Kate Fernie
William Kilbride
A future with no history meets a history with no future: how much do we need to know about digital preservation

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

10:30 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 12:00 Continuation of the “Lifelong Learning” session -Session chair : Stefan Strathmann

Neil Grindley
Balancing the Books – the Economics of Digital Curation Training & Education
Mary Molinaro
Extending the Reach of Digital Preservation Practice

12:00 – 13:00 Paper session 1: Digital Curation education – Session chair: Chiara Cirinnà

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

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

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

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:30 A Curriculum Framework for digital curators: presentation of DigCurV results

Kate Fernie – Objectives of the project

Jurate Kupriene – A survey-based analysis on training opportunities

Claudia Engelhardt – A deepening of training needs in digital curation

Ann Gow, Laura Molloy – The Curriculum Framework (CF)

15:30 – 16:00 Break
16:00 – 17:00 Paper session 2: Frameworks and lessons learnt – Session chair: Vittore Casarosa

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

Sharon McMeekin, William Kilbride and Chiara Cirinna
Creating a Future for Digital Preservation Training

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

Meriel Patrick
Getting Data Creators On Board with the Digital Curation Agenda: Lessons Learned in Developing Training for Researchers

17:00 – 18:00 Poster session
18:00 – 19:00 Wine and cheese while looking at posters
Play of Curate! The Digital Curator Game

Tuesday – 7 May

09:00 – 10.30 Skills for the future – Session chair: Fiorella Foscarini
Achim Osswald – Skills for the Future: educational opportunities for digital curation professionals

Fernie, Ann Gow, Maurizio Lunghi – DigCurV next steps

Seamus Ross – Scholar-Practitioners and the Making of the Digital Preservation Professional

10:30 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 13:00 Paper session 3: Mainstreaming digital curation education – Session chair: Laura Molloy
Ross Harvey and Martha Mahard
Digital Stewardship Education at the Graduate School of Library & Information Science, Simmons College

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

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

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

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

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

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 14:30 Vicky Garnett, Karolina Badzmierowska – Curate! The Digital Curator Game
14:30 – 15:30 Paper session 4: Developing 21st Century professionals – Session chair: Ann Gow
Patricia Franks
Infusing Digital Curation Competencies into the SLIS Curriculum

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

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

15:30 – 16:00 Break
16:00 – 17:00 Round table “Creating a common vision for digital curation education: building alliances”
Chair: Wendy Duff (DCI, uToronto) and Maurizio Lunghi (FRD)

– William Kilbride (APARSEN and DPC)
– Achim Osswald (nestor)
– Mary Molinaro (DPOE)
– Adam Carter (EUDAT)
– Anna Maria Tammaro (IFLA)
– Helen Tibbo (DigCCur)
– Jurate Kupriene (DigCurV)
– Simon Hodson (JISC)
– Andrea Caccia (ANORC)

17:00 – 17:30 Closing