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Working in an Information Technology Intensive Environment 64 58%
Standards and Specifications 6o 55%
Project Management 49 45%
Personal and Interpersonal Skills 47 43%
Research and Trends 41 37%
Tools and Applications 35 32%
Liaison and Support 34 31%
Functional Skills for Curation 27 25%
Working Knowledge for Curation 25 23%
General Library/Archive Skills 24 22%
Professional Development 17 15%
Other Domain Knowledge 4 4%
Source: Kim, J., Warga, E., & Moen, W. (2012). Digital curation in the academic library job market. Presented at the ASIST 2012 Annual Meeting
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