*We are seeking to better understand the landscape of current digital
curation and preservation training offerings in the library, archives, and
museum fields. We would appreciate any information you have about your
personal experiences with such training. If you have TAKEN or OFFERED
digital curation and preservation training in the last 3-5 years, please
send a quick email with any of the following details to [log in to unmask]
<[log in to unmask]>. If you could please send your response by FRIDAY,
September 7th that would be much appreciated.   1. Name of training
offering2. Format (e.g., workshop, webinar, online, graduate course)3. Your
role (trainee, host, trainer)4. Host or trainer (if not you and if you
recall)5. Date you took/hosted/taught this offering (rough dates are
fine)6. Any other details you want to shareThis query is related to the
IMLS funded Sustaining Digital Curation and Preservation Training grant
project. This Educopia Institute <> led project is
convening leading continuing education (CE) stakeholders (trainers, hosts,
administrators) from OCLC WebJunction, MIT (Digital Preservation
Management), NEDCC (Digital Directions), LYRASIS, NIU (Digital POWRR),
UNC-CH SILS (DigCCurr, CRADLE MOOC), DPN (DP Workflow), Society of American
Archivists (SAA), Digital Preservation Outreach and Education (DPOE) and
the Sustainable Heritage Network (SHN) to engage in multi-stakeholder
scenario planning and to develop a shared vision for expanding and
supporting digital curation and preservation training for libraries,
archives, and museum professionals. If you would like to stay abreast of
project findings, please let us know at: [log in to unmask]
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*Thank you in advance for participating!*

Best regards,

Sam Meister
Preservation Communities Manager, Educopia Institute
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