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CURATEcamp is a series of unconference-style events focused on connecting practitioners and technologists interested in digital curation. One of CURATEcamp's strengths is that it brings a broad audience together: librarians and archivists; technologists and curators; library administrators and systems administrators; software developers, users, architects, and designers.
CURATEcamp #OR11 will focus on data curation tools and microservices. As repositories grow in size and scope, there is an increasing need for curating repository content, yet tools for curators are scarce. Many tools relevant to repository curation are now under development.
This camp aims to explore:
- Community consensus on the tools, specifications, and microservices that are most needed
- Use cases for those tools, specs, and services
- Interoperability among tools and repositories/digital asset management systems