The BitCurator Consortium engages with educators in the fields of library science, archival studies, digital curation, and digital forensics to promote educational efforts around born-digital curation tools and practices.

In addition to the training and community engagement offered by the BCC, BitCuratorEdu (a BCC-affiliated grant project) seeks to address some of the gaps in teaching and learning with BitCurator. If you are an instructor who would like to share your experience teaching with BitCurator or your instructional needs, please contact Also see the project website to find instructional resources.

Additionally, the resources below may be of interest to educators.

BitCuratorEdu Resource Release Webinar

06.21.22 | Zoom

Register for the BitCuratorEdu Resource Release Webinar on June 21 at 12pm ET! (click here for your local time) Join Jess Farrell, Cal Lee, Katherine Skinner, and Hannah Wang from the BitCuratorEdu project to learn about digital curation educational resources created over the course of … Read more →

BitCuratorEdu Curriculum Philosophy and Learning Objectives

Hannah Wang

BitCuratorEdu Curriculum Philosophy Statement This statement was created by the BitCuratorEdu project and partners to direct our research and development of learning objects: Digital curation is a broad, interdisciplinary field of scholarship and practice, which includes, among other areas, the application of digital forensics tools … Read more →

Building an Anti-Racist Digital Curation Curriculum Workshop: Facilitators’ Guide

Jessica Farrell, Grace Muñoz, Ricky Punzalan, Hannah Wang

Description This one-hour workshop is a first step for groups of people who want to work in community with each other to include material in their teaching that mitigates harm based on race in collections. It is intended to celebrate the perspectives of practitioner peer … Read more →

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