4C Project

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4C Project (2013).  4C Project: Executive Briefing Note. 4C Project: Analyzed research related to the economics of digital curation and cost and benefit modelling; investigated how well current models and tools meet stakeholders’ needs for calculating and comparing financial information; pointed out gaps to be bridged to increase the uptake of cost & benefit modelling and practices that will enable costing and comparison of the costs of alternative scenarios
4C Project (n.d.).  Curation Costs Exchange. 4C Project: Analyzed research related to the economics of digital curation and cost and benefit modelling; investigated how well current models and tools meet stakeholders’ needs for calculating and comparing financial information; pointed out gaps to be bridged to increase the uptake of cost & benefit modelling and practices that will enable costing and comparison of the costs of alternative scenarios
4C Project (2015).  Investing in Curation: A Shared Path to Sustainability. 1 - 25. 4C Project: Analyzed research related to the economics of digital curation and cost and benefit modelling; investigated how well current models and tools meet stakeholders’ needs for calculating and comparing financial information; pointed out gaps to be bridged to increase the uptake of cost & benefit modelling and practices that will enable costing and comparison of the costs of alternative scenarios
Grindley, N., Ruusalepp R., L'Hours H., Kejser U. Bøgvad, Thirifays A., & Stokes P. (2015).  4C Project: Assessment of Community Validation of the Economic Sustainability Reference Model. Sought to highlight key concepts, relationships and decision points for planning how to sustain digital assets into the future, and complement and enhance guidance about sustainability planning that was available to the community and provide those with responsibility for digital assets and curation services (practitioners) a systematic way of considering and discussing sustainability issues with senior managers and funders/investors (strategists) Conducted a variety of engagement meetings and received feedback at numerous events and venues on the Rusbridge and Lavoie ESRM model; received responses to and feedback also on an ESRM self-assessment questionnaire; Metrics, Targeted
Kejser, U. Bøgvad, Johansen K. Hougaard E., Thirifays A., Nielsen A. Bo, Wang D., Strodl S., et al. (2014).  4C Project: Evaluation of Cost Models and Needs & Gaps Analysis. 4C Project: Analyzed research related to the economics of digital curation and cost and benefit modelling; investigated how well current models and tools meet stakeholders’ needs for calculating and comparing financial information; pointed out gaps to be bridged to increase the uptake of cost & benefit modelling and practices that will enable costing and comparison of the costs of alternative scenarios Evaluated and compared ten current and emerging cost and benefit models; performed consultations (in the form of a questionnaire) with 4C project stakeholders; 296 contacts were made and 164 responded (55% response rate) Measurement, Targeted
Wang, D., Strodl S., Kejser U. Bøgvad, Ferreira M., Borbinha J., Proença D., et al. (2015).  4C Project: From Costs to Business Models. Examined existing business models for digital curation from a business model canvas approach; outlined key aspects in terms of activity, customers, finance and unique selling points Evaluation was done primarily through review and analysis of literature and desk-based research on existing business models and initiatives Measurement, Metrics, Targeted
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