This paper examines the development of a specialization for digital content management at the School of Library and Information Science at Wayne State University. Addressed in this case study are the pedagogical approach taken in the specialization’s curriculum development and the steps that were taken in developing the curriculum. The paper highlights five core characteristics that were used to describe the kinds of knowledge and skills expected from students completing the specialization. Additionally, the paper discusses the resources needed to support the specialization and the indicators to be used in the evaluation of its success.
Library and Information Science
Beaudoin, J.E. (2013). The Digital Content Management Curriculum: A Case Study at Wayne State University’s School of Library & Information Science. Proceedings of the Framing the Digital Curation Curriculum Conference.