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What is the job exactly? What tasks will need to be done on a daily/weekly/monthly/yearly basis?
The job is Digital Curator, which means collecting the digital works (like digital images, movies, albums, software, etc.) that need to be preserved and be exhibited, analyzing and calculating their value, decoding their meaning, and then designing how the digital works will be exhibited in a digital museum.
A digital curator should always make decisions regarding that what digital works to select. Then, after he/she has decided the content of an exhibition, he/she should construct the purport of the digital works. Finally, he/she designs the exhibition form to the public.
Where will this job be? Worldwide? Major cities? Small towns?
The job will be in worldwide. Because the digital works, which a digital curator always takes care of, are all on the Internet.
How many people will need to do this job? (estimate if you don’t know)
What skills will you need to have this job?
Find, manage and store digital information and content
Communicate, interact, collaborate, share and connect with others
Purchase and sell goods and services; organise your finances; register for and use digital government services
Increase independence and confidence by solving problems using digital tools and finding solutions
Engage with communities and create basic digital content
What education will you need?
Curators generally hold a higher academic degree in their subject, typically a
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_of_PhilosophyDoctor of Philosophy or a
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master%27s_degreemaster's degree in subjects such as
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_arthistory of art,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classicsclassics. Curators are also expected to have contributed to their academic field, for example, by delivering public talks, publishing articles or presenting at specialist academic conferences.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curator It is important that curators have knowledge of the current collecting market for their area of expertise, and are aware of current ethical practices and laws that may impact their organisation's collecting.
How much will the salary or wage be in Canadian dollars? (be honest!)
ALBERTA, ALL INDUSTRIES
Information, Culture, Recreation
What role does your job have in society? (how does it connect with various types and groups of people)
In the same way that a museum curator may acquire objects of relevance or an art curator may select or interpret a work of art, the injection of technology and impact of
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_mediasocial media into every aspect of society has seen the emergence of technology curators. These are people who are able to disentangle the science and logic of a particular technology and apply it to real world situations and society, whether for social change or commercial advantage. The first UK
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wired_(magazine)Wired Conference had a test lab, where an independent curator selected technology that showcased radical technology advancements and their impact on society, such as the ability to design and
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3D_printing"print" real world objects using
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3D_printer3D printers (such as a fully working violin) or the ability to model and represent accurate interactive medical and molecular models in
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curator a Confestival started in 2010, celebrated the disruption of the perception of what a tech conference should be, using a radically more interactive format that drew on a variety of influences outside of the traditional world of technology, including religion, micro-banking for developing countries and interactive art installations/workshops such as the Future Cube
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curator and a giant interactive video projection.
How does it promote or align with sustainability?
Artwork has always existed, which needs someone to appreciate, understand and comprehend. Therefore, the curators, who make it true, never ends. Over time, culture heritages will be digitalized, so the digital curators are necessary, needed to urge in artists on recognition and re-creation, giving then meaning and finding a coordinate point for them in history.
Why do you think this will be a job in the future? Why is it important to you?
As time goes by, networks is becoming increasingly popular. There will be more and more digital museums, digital library on the Internet. Also, digital works, such as digital music or digital photos, are becoming more and more. A number of these digital works have artistic value and collection value. Also, many culture heritages will be digitalized. People can visit a museum on the Internet every where but not traveling far and wide to the place. Therefore, digital curators are necessary, needed to urge in artists on recognition and re-creation, giving then meaning and finding a coordinate point for them in history.istory_of_arthistory of art,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wired_(magazine)Wired Conference had a test lab, where an independent curator selected technology that showcased radica