Deschaine & Sharma (2015) The Five Cs of Digital Curation

The Five Cs of Digital Curation: Supporting Twenty-First Century Teaching and Learning
Authors: Deschaine, Mark E. and Sharma, Sue A.

Abstract

Digital curation is a process that allows university professors to adapt and adopt resources from multidisciplinary fields to meet the educational needs of twenty-firstcentury learners. Looking through the lens of new media literacy studies (Vasquez, Harste, & Albers, 2010) and new literacies studies (Gee, 2010), we propose that university professors be savvy consumers of multimedia through purposeful content curation. In this paper, we will discuss practices that university professors may use to transform teaching and learning through effective collection, categorization, critiquing, conceptualization, and circulation of resources deemed to have curricular and content standards value.

Citation Mark E. Deschaine, Sue A. Sharma (2015). The Five Cs of Digital Curation: Supporting Twenty-First Century Teaching and Learning. InSight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching, vol. 10, pp. 19–24. Article

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BibTex entry for this article:

@article{deschaine2015five,
author = {Deschaine, Mark E. and Sharma, Sue A.},
journal = {InSight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching},
pages = {19--24},
title = {{The Five Cs of Digital Curation: Supporting Twenty-First Century Teaching and Learning}},
volume = {10},
year = {2015}
}

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What is digital curation?

Why is digital curation relevant today?

Theoretical framework for digital curation

The five Cs of digital curation

Collection

Catagorization

Critiquing

Conceptualisation

Circulation

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Digital Curation

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