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Tuesday, August 13 • 10:00am - 4:00pm
CURATEcamp SAA 2013 #1419 LIMITED

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This workshop is an unconference-style event at which participants will engage in discussions related to data curation and digital archives. In this unconventional format, participants take charge in determining learning objectives by choosing the topics and driving the discussion.  It’s an opportunity to brainstorm on current topics, explore ideas in progress or tough concepts, and share best practices.

This open forum will allow for discussions with a diverse group of professionals in a setting in which topics develop organically throughout the day. Visit http://curatecamp.org/pages/how-it-works for more information.

One of the core goals of CURATEcamp is to engage everyone in peer-to-peer learning, collaboration, and creativity to broaden the digital curation community. At CURATEcamp in New Orleans, you’ll be in a position to propose topics, ask questions, get answers, and make connections with your peers in a welcoming environment.  There are no spectators at CURATEcamp…only participants!

Who should attend? Anyone who touches digital records and wants to participate and learn in this new format.

What should you already know? You should have a basic understanding of digital collections and data sets.

Attendance is limited to 40.





Speakers
avatar for Cristela Garcia-Spitz

Cristela Garcia-Spitz

Digital Library Development Project Manager, ClimateQUAL Implementation Team Co-Chair, UC San Diego Library
UCSD
avatar for Courtney C. Mumma

Courtney C. Mumma

Archivematica and AtoM Community Development Consultant, Artefactual Systems, Inc.
Courtney works with US and international clients and community members, development partners and open-source project groups to promote the use and ongoing development of Artefactual Systems' products, Archivematica and AtoM. She is an active conference presenter and liaison with the heritage community, and uses her extensive knowledge of digital preservation to assist institutions to use Archivematica and AtoM to preserve and provide access to... Read More →


Tuesday August 13, 2013 10:00am - 4:00pm
Tulane University

Attendees (24)