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Lancia, Ruggero; Anderson, Ian (2014)
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: LB2361, NA, Z665
As the design processes in Architectural practices switch toward entirely digital workflows, architects are gradually required, because of their legal and commercial liability, to provide for both a relatively long term curation of their own digital products and the deposit of authoritative data. But, despite being the sole curation actors for their data, architects receive little education or training in either pertinent competences nor agreed and established procedures to comply with these duties. In this paper, the design of Digital Curation courses within CAAD Curricula will be discussed against the investigation results of the DEDICATE project, an AHRC funded project hosted at the Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute of the University of Glasgow.
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