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NDSA-STANDARDS  May 2012, Week 4

NDSA-STANDARDS May 2012, Week 4

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Re: FW: Publication: DigCurV Report on Survey of Training Needs in Digital Preservation and Curation

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I agree with John. I think it could be valuable to know where our respondents' institutions are in the world.

Jimi

-----Original Message-----
From: The NDSA Standards working group list [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of John Spencer
Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 10:40 AM
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Subject: Re: [NDSA-STANDARDS] FW: Publication: DigCurV Report on Survey of Training Needs in Digital Preservation and Curation

I think location knowledge would be helpful. I'm assuming the majority of our responses will come within the US, but it is only one more question, and would only add about 5 seconds to the survey.

John

On May 22, 2012, at 9:33 AM, Goethals, Andrea wrote:

> In case you all haven't seen - here's a survey related to ours. Among other things they ask about the number of digital preservation staff (bulk of the values were between 1 and 5). They also ask questions about hiring new digital preservation staff, training existing staff and the importance of particular skills. It will be interesting to compare some of our results with theirs.
>
> The majority of their responses (81.3%) came from Europe. Currently we are not asking where the organization is geographically located. Should we? I have seen that the Qualtrics analysis lets you filter and drill down on responses based on response values. For example, we could produce reports that show only the responses from a particular type of organization, or compare responses based on how much content they are preserving. I wonder if knowing the location of the organization would be helpful in the analysis.
>
> Andrea
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Strathmann, Stefan [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 9:59 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: [Digipres] Publication: DigCurV Report on Survey of Training
> Needs in Digital Preservation and Curation
>
> ***apologies for crossposting***
>
>
> Dear colleagues,
>
> Last year, the EU project Digital Curation Vocational Education Europe
> (DigCurV) conducted a survey on the training needs in digital curation
> and preservation.
>
> We are pleased to announce that the survey report is now available on
> the DigCurV website:
> <http://www.digcur-education.org/eng/Resources/Report-and-analysis-on-
> the-tra
> ining-needs-survey>
>
> Thanks to the input of 454 survey participants, there was a broad
> basis for analysis. The report presents the results of the survey on
> training needs as well as the outcomes of a series of focus groups on
> the same topic and of an analysis of job advertisements for positions in the field.
> Our research indicates that a great majority of organisations in the
> cultural heritage and education sectors are facing the challenge of
> digital preservation. However, there is a lack of qualified staff as
> well as a lack of training offers for existing staff in the area. The
> need for training is urgent with regard to digital
> preservation-specific as well as to general skills and competences.
>
> The great demand for training in digital preservation and curation,
> which is suggested by our findings, calls for increased efforts in the
> development and extension of respective training measures.
>
> The report on the survey of training needs together with the report on
> the DigCurV baseline survey on training opportunities and the DigCurV
> evaluation framework will be used as a background for developing a
> curriculum framework for vocational education and training in the field.
> You can find more information about the activities of DigCurV on the
> project
> website: <http://www.digcur-education.org/eng/About>
>
> We thank all survey participants once more for their assistance, it is
> much appreciated!
>
> With best regards,
> Stefan Strathmann and Claudia Engelhardt
>
> --
> Stefan Strathmann
> Research and Development Department (RDD) Goettingen State and
> University Library Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen Papendiek 14,
> 37073 Goettingen Germany
>
> Phone: +49 551 39 7806
> Fax: +49 551 39 3856
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