The SobekCM Training Series for Curators and Collection Managers is designed to support curator, collection manager, scholar, data manager, and other core user group needs for managing and supporting digital collections and digital scholarship projects. The 2013 training series is underway, with a webinar tomorrow for the SobekCM Curator Tools: Quality Control.
For the SobekCM training series, completed webinar videos are added to the SobekCM YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/sobekcm
Slides for the four trainings are online, and many resources are available from the SobekCM Open Source Community website. Join the SobekCM user group for updates and more.
Dec. 13: SobekCM Curator Tools: QC Online (Mark Sullivan and John Nemmers)
- dLOC Webinar: Dec. 13, Fri., 10am-12pm, http://ufsmathers.adobeconnect.com/sobek/
The dLOC webinar version is tailored to the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC, www.dloc.com) but applicable for all. “SobekCM for Curators and Collection Managers, Training Three: QC Online” is on the QC Online Tool, including quick tips for frequent needs (selecting a main thumbnail, adding a page to a book where it was missed, processing a small item, and tracking production overall with the curator tools with items stats and status breakdowns).
Dec. 17 & 19: SobekCM Curator Tools: Putting It All Together & Next Steps (Mark Sullivan and Laurie Taylor)
- UFDC Webinar: Dec. 17, Tues., 10am-12pm, http://ufsmathers.adobeconnect.com/sobek/
- dLOC Webinar: Dec. 19, Thurs., 10am-12pm, http://ufsmathers.adobeconnect.com/sobek/
The UFDC webinar version is tailored to UF users and the dLOC webinar version is tailored to the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC, www.dloc.com); both versions are applicable for all. SobekCM Curator Tools: Putting It All Together & Next Steps is an introduction and overview to the Curator and Collection Manager Tools, including overall, interface, what the tools support, and how to use the tools as part of integrated data, digital, and physical collection management as well as outreach, evaluation, and other activities by Curators and Collection Managers.