Resource: Curation for Participation: An Eight-Step Guide to Curating Open Scholarly Content

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This Guide is for anyone who finds themselves curating scholarly and educational content at UCT, even if you don’t know that it is called curation. You may be a postgraduate student tasked to put a professor’s research output online, or you may be a communications officer whose tasks have now extended to curating content. You may be a webmaster who finds that you are asked to upload all kinds of resources. You may be employed part­time, or on an ad­hoc basis. You probably won’t have a qualification in digital curation or library science. You will probably have little to no experience in this type of work. But you find yourself in this position. So, what needs to be done?

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