Bennett, N.A., Sandore, B., Grunden, A.M., & Miller, P.L. (2000). Integration of Primary Resource Materials into Elementary School Curricula, Proc. Museums and the Web 2000, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 31-38.
"The primary focus of the Digital Cultural Heritage Community Project is the digitization of materials from local area museums, archives and libraries for elementary gradesí social science curricula."
"Digital technology brings the potential for museums, libraries, and archives to play an integral role in the enhancement of learning by providing access to digitized primary and secondary cultural resources as well as more traditional bibliographic and cultural materials. The Digital Cultural Heritage Community Project (DCHC) (http://images.library.uiuc.edu/projects/dchc) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is an eighteen-month project that commenced April 1999. The primary focus of the DCHC is the digitization of materials from local area museums, archives and libraries with the ultimate goal of enabling early and late elementary grade teachers to integrate digital cultural heritage materials into the social science curricula."
This project is an important reference point. The key difference, again, is that teachers are not brought into the curatorial process.