Monthly Archives: May 2014

Reflecting on the ACLIP Portfolio

Now that I have submitted my ACLIP portfolio*, I think it is time to offer some reflections on the process. In short, I have found it a very rewarding, if at times challenging, undertaking. It sometimes felt like it would never end, but the outcomes have been more than worth it – even if, strange […]

Introduction to Digital Curation MOOC – Week 2 Exercise

The second week of the UCL Digital Curation MOOC asked ‘attendees’ to perform some wider reading around the context for digital curation – i.e. the emergence of computers and associated technologies over the last century – and then to consider their own ‘place’ within that narrative. Delegates were asked to write 500 or so words […]

More thoughts on Digital Curation

Below is the text I recently posted on the forum for the Digital Curation MOOC I have begun this week. It is (yet another) attempt to clarify/define the term in a meaningful way: ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— After doing some wider reading around the term, starting with the article by Leslie Johnston, I would like to add some […]