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Digital Library Curriculum Modules

Some great work is being put together in developing digital library curriculum modules through a cooperative effort between Virginia Tech and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. There is a lot of cross-over between digital curation curriculum and digital library curriculum, so exploring the DL angle is valuable in developing DC curriculum. Here are some details from their website: This project is funded by the National Science Foundation through grants NSF IIS-0535057 (to Virginia Tech) and IIS-0535060 (to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), and builds upon a collaboration between Virginia Tech and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Project details include: * Title: Collaborative Research: Curriculum Development: Digital Libraries * Period: 1/1/2006 - 12/31/2009 (including one-year extension) * Project Team at VT: o PI: Edward A. Fox o GRA: Seungwon Yang o REU: John Ewers ( * Project Team at UNC-CH: o PI: Barbara M. Wildemuth o Co-PI: Jeffrey P. Pomerantz o GRA: Sanghee Oh See the attached links for more information.

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