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Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation
At Washington State University’s Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation (CDSC), community members, students, faculty and
researchers collaborate on digital projects and scholarship that crosses academic boundaries and public/private distinctions. The
CDSC provides support, outreach, training, and access to digitization hardware and software and inspiration for meaningful and
long-lasting partnerships.
For more information contact us at cdsc.info@wsu.edu
New projects
Building on established grant-funded projects, the CDSC will extend the Mukurtu CMS platform as a primary way to engage
with the challenges and possibilities for digital collections management, sharing, and curation at multiple scales and with
multiple publics. Mukurtu will form a core technology for building new types of digital workflows, archival projects, data
curation practices, and research sharing at multiple scales.
Ongoing projects
Ongoing projects at the CDSC build on established partnerships and University collections including:
The Plateau Peoples’ Web Portal
The Portal is a collaboratively curated and reciprocally managed online space providing access to Plateau cultural materials
housed in Washington State University's Libraries, Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections (MASC), the Museum of
Anthropology and our national partners including the National Anthropological Archives and the National Museum of the
American Indian at the Smithsonian Institution. The Portal is built on Mukurtu CMS and is a collaboration between the Plateau
Center at Washington State University and the Spokane, Colville, Umatilla, Coeur d'Alene, Warm Springs and Yakama nations.
The materials in the portal have been chosen and curated by the tribes, who provide traditional knowledge, cultural narratives
and additional materials to the portal as a means of expanding and extending the archival record.
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