Digital Curation

Credits: 
3

Increasingly, libraries, information centers, archives, museums and other information-based organizations are becoming repositories for digital collections and digital objects. Preserving digital materials has emerged as a major initiative for these organizations. This course will provide an overview of the research in curating and preserving digital data, will provide practical experience in working with digital materials and will develop the skills necessary to create curation plans for digital materials.

This course may be applied toward earning the Certificate in Archives and Cultural Heritage Resources and Services, the Certificate in Data and Knowledge Management, the Certificate in Digital Curation, the Certificate in Digital Libraries, or the Certificate in Informatics.

Offered in fall. Visit "Course Search" on MyDU to view course schedules.

Pre-Requisites: 

LIS 701 and LIS 775 or LIS 885

LIS 882 highly recommended

Course Number: 
LIS 889