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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA 02139-4307)
Nancy McGovern
PE-50100-13
Digital Preservation Management: Effective Short-Term Strategies for Long-Term Problems

The development of four curriculum modules, enhancement of online services, and comprehensive assessment of impact for the Digital Preservation Management workshop program, established in 2003.

The MIT Libraries request funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities to support Digital Preservation Management: Effective Short-Term Strategies for Long-Term Problems 4, the final phase of curriculum development for this popular continuing education program. This two-year project will extend the curriculum through advanced modules with related additions to the tutorial, complete an impact assessment to measure the outcomes of delivering the workshop, apply the results to develop a shared model for measuring outcomes, and pilot sustainable train-the-trainer options to widen the instructor base.

Project fields: Archival Management and Conservation
Program: Preservation Education and Training
Division: Preservation and Access
Total amount awarded: $86,000
Grant period: 3/1/2013 – 2/28/2015

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