Cultural Heritage Resources and Services


Students are introduced to the principles and concepts necessary for working with and managing cultural heritage resources and services. They learn the methods and tools for organizing, exhibiting and preserving cultural heritage resources, documenting communities and connecting them to resources and services. They become acquainted with security and disaster preparedness, donor relationships, funding and grants and other administrative, cultural, political, legal and ethical issues as related to cultural heritage resources.

This course may be applied toward earning the Certificate in Archives and Cultural Heritage Resources and Services or the Certificate in Digital Curation.

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

Course Number: 
LIS 885