Cultural Heritage Resource Management

Professionals working in cultural heritage institutions such as archives, libraries, and museums utilize electronic information technologies such as digitization and linked data to manage, preserve, and provide access to their diverse collections. These collections include print materials, digital materials, and physical artifacts. Activities include the creation of data/metadata to describe and provide access, categorization and classification, and the preservation and curation of both digital and physical materials. 

Requirements

Students must take:

  • LIS 7504 Preservation Management of Physical Records,  LIS 7505 Introduction to Digital Curation, OR LIS 7506 Preservation and Digitization of Audiovisual Materials
  • LIS 7408  Introduction to Archival Theory, Principles & Practice OR LIS 7700 History & Theory of Cultural Heritage Institutions

Students must also complete three of the following courses:

  • LIS 7408 Introduction to Archival Theory, Principles & Practice
  • LIS 7410 Digital Libraries
  • LIS 7504 Preservation Management of Physical Records
  • LIS 7505 Introduction to Digital Curation
  • LIS 7606  Indexing and Abstracting
  • LIS 7608 Introduction to Cataloging and Classification
  • LIS 7700 History & Theory of Cultural Heritage Institutions 
  • LIS 7705 Introduction to Museum Management 
  • LIS 7910 Special Topics:  Preservation & Digitization of Audiovisual Materials
  • LIS 7910 Special Topics:  Research Seminar in Archives & Cultural Heritage
  • LIS 7909 Directed Independent Study
  • LIS 7900 Internship in Library and Information Services
  • LIS 7910 Special Topics in Library & Information Science when the topic is appropriate

For more information, contact Dr. Edward Benoit, III.