Monthly Archives: April 2014

Introduction to Digital Curation MOOC – Week 1 Exercise: Toward a definition of ‘digital curation’

I recently signed up for the free MOOC ‘Introduction to Digital Curation’, run by the UCL via its eXtend platform. One of the first activities was to introduce yourself to the other partipants in the chat forum/message board. Fairly straight-forward, but there was also the option to get involved in a forum discussion around definitions […]

Digital Curation & Public Libraries – First thoughts

A few weeks ago I took part in a UkLibChat discussion on Twitter about digital libraries. Rather than going over all the different points raised in that chat (those interested in such a narrative would be better served by searching Twitter for #uklibchat or waiting for the relevant post on the uklibchat blog chat archive), […]