[Carolinas_asist] Registration Now Open for DigCCurr Professional Institute 2016-2017

Tibbo, Helen R tibbo at ils.unc.edu
Sun Apr 3 21:45:44 EDT 2016

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Registration Now Open!

DigCCurr Professional Institute: Curation Practices for the Digital Object Lifecycle

July 17-22, 2016 & March 14-15, 2017 (One price for two sessions) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Visit http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/institute2016.html for more information.

REGISTRATION LINK:  http://tinyurl.com/zfcacrn

The Institute consists of one five-day session in July 2016 and a two-day follow-up session in March 2017. The summer event begins at 6 PM on Sunday, July 17 with a welcome and opening event. Each day of the summer session will include lectures, discussion and hands-on "lab" components. A course pack and a private, online discussion space will be provided to supplement learning and application of the material. An opening reception dinner on Sunday, Continental breakfast, break time snacks and coffee, and a dinner on Tuesday will also be included.

This institute is designed to foster skills, knowledge and community-building among professionals responsible for the curation of digital materials.


* Regular registration : $1,150
* Late registration (after June 15, 2016): $1,300

If you are a grant recipient working on a digital project, we recommend that you check with your program officer to request approval to use available grant funds to attend the institute.

Institute Instructors Include:

* From the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Drs. Helen Tibbo, Cal Lee, and Kam Woods.
* Dr. Nancy McGovern, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
* Dr. Carolyn Hank, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
* Dr. Lorraine Richards, Drexel University.

July 2017 Institute Components include (order and session titles may vary somewhat from those listed):

*Overview of digital curation definition, scope and main functions
*Where you see yourself in the digital curation landscape
*Digital curation program development
*Digital curation stakeholders and digital curation landscape
*Case Study on developing a digital repository
*Procedural accountability - policies, submission agreements, rules
*LAB -Transforming policy statements into rules
*Overview of digital preservation challenges and opportunities
*Roles and responsibilities for curation
*LAB - Matching skills and roles
*Characterization of digital objects
*Overview and Characterization of Existing Tools: Placing the Tools in a Larger Industry Context
*File formats
*LAB - File format robustness
*Managing in response to technological change
*Digital forensics
*Ethical issues
*LAB - Media and content
*Workflows, humans, and tools
*Lab - Workflows
*Evaluating curation programs requirements and assessment
*LAB - Evaluating curation programs: TRAC/ISO 16363 Review
* Characterizing, analyzing and evaluating the producer information environment
*Economics of digital curation - costs and resource commitments
*LAB - Economics of digital curation
*Cloud computing
*Web archiving
* Formulating your six-month action plan - task for each individual, with instructors available to provide guidance
* Summary of action plans
* Clarifying roles and expectations for the next six months

March 14-15, 2017
Participants in the July event will return to Chapel Hill in March 2017 to discuss their experiences in implementing what they have learned in their own work environments.  Participants will compare experiences, lessons learned and strategies for continuing progress. Accommodations for January will be the responsibility of the attendee.

For more information, contact Dr. Helen Tibbo (tibbo at email.unc.edu<mailto:tibbo at email.unc.edu>) for Institute questions or Michelle Taylor (michele at email.unc.edu<mailto:chicas at email.unc.edu>) for payment or registration questions.

The Digital Professional Institute was initiated as part of the DigCCurr II project, supported by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (Grant Award #RE-05-08-0060-08) and is partially supported by the School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

LODGING: Participants are responsible for their own lodging. A DigCCurr 2016-17 room block has been reserved at the Hampton Inn Hotel in Downtown Carrboro at $119/night. Please indicate "DigCCurr2016" when making reservations. You may reserve your hotel room by calling the hotel at +1-919-969-6988 or by clicking on this link: http://hamptoninn.hilton.com/en/hp/groups/personalized/R/RDUCOHX-DIG-20160716/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG.  Reservations must be received by 06/15/2016. See the Accommodations page for more information (http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/institute_accom.html)

We look forward to seeing you there!   -Helen

Dr. Helen R. Tibbo, Alumni Distinguished Professor
President, 2010-2011 & Fellow, Society of American Archivists
School of Information and Library Science
201 Manning Hall, CB#3360
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3360
Tel: 919-962-8063
Fax: 919-962-8071
tibbo at ils.unc.edu<mailto:tibbo at ils.unc.edu>

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