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Library, Archives and Digital Curation

Cultural heritage institutions are those organizations that seek to preserve or promote culture and community. This pursuit can be enhanced through physical or digital archives and collections as well as other information processes. UMSI students with expertise in acquiring, shaping, preserving and managing collections and data can assist in advancing institutional mission, serving the needs of diverse audiences, and promoting public programming, advocacy, education and outreach activities.

Fall 2021 – Winter 2022 |  Library, Archives and Digital Curation Consultation Opportunities

Engaging with Communities - SI 547

Engaging with Communities

Proposal open date: June 1
Proposal close date: August 2
Project timeline: September-December
Project duration: 15 weeks 
Number of projects needed: 10

SI 547: Engaging with Communities Syllabus


Assessment in Cultural Institutions - SI 633

Cultural Heritage Institutions

Proposal open dateJune 1
Proposal close date: August 2
Project timeline: September-December 
Project duration: 15 weeks 
Number of projects needed: 12

SI 633: Assessment in Cultural Institutions Syllabus


Special Projects in Librarianship and Archival Practice - SI 699

Library and Archives Mastery

Proposal open date: June 1
Proposal close date: November 2
Project timeline: January-April 
Project duration: 15 weeks 
Number of projects needed: 15

SI 699: Special Projects in Librarianship and Archival Practice Syllabus


Digital Curation Mastery - SI 699

Digital Curation Mastery

Proposal open date: June 1
Proposal close date: November 2
Project timeline: January-April
Project duration: 15 weeks 
Number of projects needed: 15

SI 699: Digital Curation Mastery Syllabus