2011 DigCCurr Public Symposium - Curate Me: Stewardship of Personal Digital Archives

January 7, 2011
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

About the Symposium
  • Explore strategies for:
    • Integrating personal digital information into the curation workflow
    • Guiding inividuals to manage their own collections of digital content
    • Engaging audiences with collections of personal digital information
  • Meet other professionals working with digital collections and personal information
  • Participate in collaborative group discussions with attendees and speakers

This one-day event will include panel discussions with experts in the morning and an interactive group session in the afternoon. Coffee and a lunch will be provided.


Registration is now open! Visit the registration page to register. Registration costs $45 and includes coffee breaks and lunch.

Symposium Speakers
  • Cal Lee and Helen Tibbo, professors at the School of Information and Library Science UNC-Chapel Hill
  • Cathy Marshall, Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research's Silicon Valley Lab
  • Nancy McGovern, the Digital Preservation Officer for the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research
  • Naomi Nelson, Director of the Rare Books, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library at Duke University
  • Jeff Ubios, The Bassetti Foundation
  • Other speakers to be announced

Previous Symposia

2010 Public Symposium: Engaging Communities for the Curation of Digital Products of Scholarly Endeavors

Contacts: Dr. Helen Tibbo at [tibbo (at) email (dot) unc (dot) edu]
Dr. Cal Lee at [calle (at) email (dot) unc (dot) edu], or
Angela Murillo at [murillo (at) email (dot) unc (dot) edu].