[BCMA] Expressions of interest - Division of Continuing Studies at the University of Victoria

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*The Division of Continuing Studies at the University of Victoria invites
expressions of*

*interest for the development of a foundational course in Digital Planning
in the Cultural Sector*

*for the Cultural Resource Management Program.*

For more information about this opportunity, please see the posting at

For over 30-years the Cultural Resource Management Programs in the Division
of Continuing Studies have been offering educational opportunities to
emerging and midcareer professional in the museum, heritage and cultural
sector. Current programs include the Diploma in Cultural Resource
Management, and Professional Specialization Certificates in Collections
Management, and Visitor and Community Engagement. In addition, online and
face-to-face courses can be taken can be taken for credit or non-credit and
are accessed by undergraduate, graduate and professional learners.

Changes in technology, and the ability to adapt to the digital economy is
one of the biggest challenges facing the museum, heritage and cultural
sector today. Professionals in the cultural sector are looking to develop
the required knowledge and skills to develop a digital strategy, and the
resources and capacity to digitize collections, deliver quality online
programming, or to leverage digital communications to effectively engage
with their audiences. Responding to this need, we will develop a new course
within the Cultural Resource Management Program (CRMP) on Digital Planning
in the Cultural Sector.

Please submit your expression of interest by *January 23 at 5 pm PST*.

Kind regards,


*Maxine Reitsma*

Program Coordinator

Cultural Resource Management

Division of Continuing Studies, University of Victoria

crmcoord at uvic.ca | 250.721.6477

*I acknowledge and respect the l**ə**k**̓ʷə**ŋ**ə**n peoples on whose
traditional territory the university stands and the Songhees, Esquimalt
and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to
this day. *
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