Data Curation

Issue 3 · Summer 2013

In this Issue


Analysis and Discussion in the Round

The Practice of Data Curation

As research and teaching produce ever-increasing amounts of data in analog and digital forms, what we do with that data is a question that librarians, archivists, scholars, teachers, and students must address. The four contributors discuss what “data curation” is and might become. We invite you to read through the responses by author or by

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Archives Remixed

Critical Perspectives and Pathways

Curating the Analog, Curating the Digital

Why address data curation in a journal that centers on the “use and theory of archives and special collections in higher education”? The five works collected in “Curating the Digital, Curating the Analog,” the latest installment of “Archives, Remixed,” connect archival theory, practice, and pedagogy to data curation. Acts of selecting, storing, and making content

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