|Materials for Instructors||Materials for Sponsors|
|Trainee Manual [PDF: 4MB / 142 pp.]||Guidelines for Sponsoring a Workshop|
|Instructor's Manual [PDF: 4MB / 242 pp.]||Needs Assessment Form [PDF: 23KB / 2 pp.]|
|Powerpoint Slides [PPT: 2.4MB]||List of Trainers [PDF: 29KB / 1 p.]|
|Optional Powerpoint-- Session 4 Addendum [PPT: 1.35MB]||Certificate of Completion [Word: 24KB / 1 p.]|
Current Version: 1 (April 2008)
Digital Project Planning & Management Basics will provide the basic knowledge and skills needed to plan, implement and assess a digital project, whether it is a local history collection or a shared mass digitization project. The course will explore the following topics:
- Creating a project management roadmap: overview of the process
- Making the case: collaboration and team building (both intra- and inter-agency collaboration)
- Development: focus on the scope and nature of the project, partnerships, grant writing, in-kind requirements
- Assessment: steps to follow, requirements, evaluation tools and techniques, issues
The workshop is ideal for practicing catalogers who want to prepare to serve as metadata specialists in digital library projects.
The course is designed as a two-day workshop, consisting of 12 - 13 hours of instruction.