Information Matters lecture with Margaret Hedstrom

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Join us Thursday, June 15th at 2pm ET for a discussion on preparing the workforce for digital curation with Margaret Hedstrom. Hedstrom, the Robert M. Warner Collegiate Professor of Information Professor of Information at the University of Michigan School of Information, will speak on her work in the field and as recent chair of the Committee on Future Career Opportunities and Educational Requirements for Digital Curation for the National Research Council. 

This presentation will be of particular interest to those working in digital curation for cultural heritage institutions and universities, as well as students, faculty and mentors. Additional program information to come.

This lecture, which is free and open to the public, is part of the Information Matters series, which is made possible through a collaboration between the Smithsonian Libraries, Smithsonian Institution Archives and the Smithsonian Office of the Chief Information Officer. For access services, please contact us at or 202.633.2241, preferably two weeks prior to the program.

The event will be webcast as well as recorded for later viewing. The live webcast will be available here: