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Paper: "Report on the context of the DigCurV Curriculum Framework", Nathan Moles and Seamus Ross, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

Abstract—This paper presents an overview of current or recently completed initiatives to create, structure, or help foster curricula for the on-going vocational training of information professionals with the aim of informing the implementation of DigCurV’s curriculum framework. The initiatives examined include the Digital Curation Centre, DaMSSI (Research Data Management Skills Support Initiative), DigCCurr (Carolina Digital Curation Curriculum Project), Closing the Digital Curation Gap, Digital Curation Exchange, International Digital Curation Education Action (IDEA) Working Group, Digital Preservation Coalition, Digital Preservation Training Programme, the Library of Congress’ Digital Preservation
Outreach and Education, the Society of American Archivists’ Digital Archives Specialist (DAS) Curriculum and Certification and nestor, the German competence network.

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