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15 APRIL 2012

The UK Digital Curation Centre

"Creation of a Digital Curation Centre (DCC) was a key recommendation in the JISC Continuing Access and Digital Preservation Strategy, which argued for the establishment of a national centre for solving challenges in digital curation that could not be tackled by any single institution or discipline.

Its remit would also include the provision of generic services, some development activity and research."

(The Digital Curation Centre)

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2004 • building capacity • consultancy and support • curationdata • data custodians • data management • data management planning • data protectiondata sharing • data storage • DCC • digital curation • Digital Curation Centre (DCC) • digital information • digital information curation • Digital Preservation Strategy • digital research data • expert advice • generic services • HEhigher education • higher education research community • how-to guidesinformation managementJISCJoint Information Systems Committee • manage and share • online services • policy development • practical help • research community • research data • researchersresources • training programme • UKUniversity of BathUniversity of EdinburghUniversity of Glasgow

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
27 NOVEMBER 2008

Publiccurating - Methods Resources Theories

"PUBLICCURATING–METHODS RESOURCES THEORIES was a research–project by the Vienna–based organisation CONT3XT.NET collecting methods, resources, and theories concerning the curation of (New) Media and Internet–based Art. It is now closed to to the development of other projects, but, the resource will be kept online as an archive. If you want to send us feedback about our work please send an e–mail to cont3xt@cont3xt.net.

CONT3XT.NET is a Vienna–based organisation founded in 2006 as a collaborative platform for the discussion and presentation of issues related to Media Art. Against the background of an interdisciplinary theoretical approach to all forms of communications technologies its mission is the critical investigation and documentation of actual tendencies in contemporary art production. The platform works both online and offline and offers regularly news and announcemnets as well as initiatives developed by its members in collaboration with artists, theorists, curators, writers and other Media Art affiliated people. The organisation was founded by Sabine Hochrieser, Michael Kargl (a.k.a. carlos katastrofsky) and Franz Thalmair."
(Sabine Hochrieser, Michael Kargl & Franz Thalmair)

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2006artart productionartistscommunication • CONT3XT.NET • contemporary artcreative practicecritical investigationcuratingcuratordigital curationdigital media • Franz Thalmair • innovationinteractive mediainterdisciplinaryInternetmedia art • Michael Kargl • multimedianew media • Publiccurating • research • Sabine Hochrieser • Viennavisual design

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
20 JANUARY 2004

The Virtual Tutorial Gallery: promoting dialogic approaches to learning

'The Virtual Tutorial Gallery' is an on–line publishing system organised around the metaphor of a virtual fine art gallery. The system was designed by Jillian Hamilton to be used as a pedagogical tool within an art history context. The tool allows students to curate their own virtual 'shows'.

Jillian Hamilton. 1999 Computers and the History of Art, Vol.8(2) / The Virtual Tutorial Gallery: A Dialogic Approach to Multimedia and Art History Education, MALAYSIA: Overseas Publishers Association.

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1999art history • art history education • Computers and the History of Art (CHArt) • curatingcurating exhibitionscurationcuratorial practicedialogicdialogic approachdigital curationJillian Hamiltonmetaphormultimediaonline gallery • online publishing system • pedagogical toolpublishing systemvirtual • virtual fine art gallery • virtual gallery • virtual show • Virtual Tutorial Gallery (1999)
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