Resource Database: An Overview for Database Curators
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Database Curators in Information and Referral (I&R) programs create and maintain community databases that detail the information that helps bring people and services together.
This interactive course is for new staff at Information & Referral (I&R) organizations who will be responsible for the maintenance of resource databases. The course provides an overview of the activities of a Database Curator and an insight into some of the challenges of their position. Although they sometimes have different titles in different agencies, there are two main categories of staff within I&R organizations: Community Resources Specialists who work directly with clients, and Database Curators who provide the information needed by the Community Resources Specialists and other community partners.
When you have successfully completed this course, you will be able to:
- Identify the functions and purposes of an I&R resource database.
- Demonstrate how the AIRS Standards outline the processes and methods for ensuring database quality.
- Describe the primary activities and skills of an I&R Database Curator.
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