Is Your Content Curation Ethical? http://contentmarketinginstitute.com/2013/11/ethical-content-curation-checklist/ Is Your Content Curation Ethical? A 10-Step Checklist
Curation itself is nothing new — museums have used art curators for centuries — but online content curation is still in its early stages. The early years of the internet were like the “Wild West,” and because it was so new, there were few ethical or legal guidelines to police behavior.
Here’s our 10-step checklist to help you curate ethically and effectively. These are just guidelines, of course. For specifics on copyright law, you may want to consult an intellectual property lawyer.
Socl http://www.so.cl/ Socl lets you create, collect and share stuff you love.
Socl is a research project from Microsoft Research FUSE Labs that began as an experiment in social search targeted at students for the purpose of learning.
Following the lead of the Socl community, Socl has since evolved to be a service where people connect over shared interests expressed through beautiful post collages which are organized into group or individually curated collections.
Socl — pronounced social — allows you to express your ideas through rich post collages that take seconds to create and are easy to collect, comment upon, and share (on Socl and to other social networks).
eduClipper : curation platform focussed on education https://educlipper.net/ eduClipper : curation platform focussed on education ... teachers, students, learning, teaching.
eduClipper is born out of the educational need for teachers and students to have a better platform to explore, share, and contribute resources and materials to help enhance teaching and learning of both a formal and personal nature.
Founded by an educator and educational technologist, Adam Bellow, eduClipper aims to make it simple to help students and educators save time, build personal learning networks, and begin to shift the culture of assessment to be more holistic and include the wonderfully amazing work that students and teachers are creating in the classroom.
eduClipper has been built with special consideration for teachers, students, and schools, and is always open to ways that we can work to improve.
Exploring Curation as a Core Competency http://www-jime.open.ac.uk/jime/article/viewArticle/2013-02/html Exploring Curation as a Core Competency in Digital and Media Literacy Education
In this paper we explore the concept of curation as a student- and creation-driven pedagogical tool to enhance digital and media literacy education. We present a theoretical justification for curation and present six key ways that curation can be used to teach about critical thinking, analysis and expression online. We utilize a case study of the digital curation platform Storify to explore how curation works in the classroom, and present a framework that integrates curation pedagogy into core media literacy education learning outcomes.
Curating is the Cure! #sls13 http://admin20.org/page/summit-recordings If Information Overload is the Sickness - Then Curating is the Cure!
An archived presentation in the 2013 School Leadership Summit #webinar #sls13
This free conference was held online, 28 March 2013, and was a unique chance to participate in a collaborative global conversation on school leadership with presentations by your peers.
Webinar using the Blackboard Collaborate platform.
Blendspace (was Edcanvas) https://www.blendspace.com/ Founded in Seattle, Blendspace (was Edcanvas) spawned out of chatting with hundreds of teachers.
More and more digital resources are being used in the classroom today, but there was no seamless way of bringing them together until now.
Listnerd http://www.listnerd.com Listnerd
Listnerd is a new take on lists; social, collaborative and interactive lists. Listnerd is Tripadvisor - for everything.
Listnerd allows anybody to create a list about anything. The author and main curator of the list determines an overall theme for the list and then surrenders the list into public domain.
The original author only retains partial control of the list - by for example deciding which new items are allowed on the list. Other than that, the list and the rankings of each item on it belongs to the crowd.
Digital Curation Resource Guide http://digital-scholarship.org/dcrg/dcrg.htm Digital Curation Resource Guide
This resource guide presents selected English-language websites and documents that are useful in understanding and conducting digital curation. It is also available as an EPUB file
Bundlr : Create and share bundles of content http://bundlr.com/ Bundlr : Create and share bundles of content
With Bundlr you can create bundles with any kind of content: articles, photos, videos, tweets, quotes and links. Real-time breaking news from your sources, event wrap ups with a collection of online feedback, a selection of the most relevant content on your area of expertise.
Using “Bundle This!”, Bundlrʼs browser button, you can clip content while you browse the Internet. Just press the button to save the content you want, and the meta-data around it, to the bundle you pick. Each bundle has its own public webpage you can share freely (through its link or on social networks) or even embed on any website.
Spaaze http://www.spaaze.com Spaaze is an infinite virtual cork board, and you can use it to do almost everything.
Spaaze (pronounced "space") offers it's users so called boards.
Each board is an infinite space which resembles a virtual cork board - hence the default cork background, but other backgrounds are available.
On these boards, items can be put. Currently Spaaze offers 7 different items: Labels, Notes, Bookmarks, Images, Files, Videos and HTML. These items can be edited in place, moved via drag and drop and positioned freely on the board. Therefore it's possible to arrange a bunch of items any way you like, which makes it possible to use it for many different use cases.
To add some structure to the board it's possible to "remember" certain points (around which items have been placed) by creating hotspots
RebelMouse http://www.rebelmouse.com/shamblesguru/ RebelMouse
Curation Tool or Social Media Aggregator or Social Media Home Page ... whichever it is (could be all of course) it certainly is visually very well done ... and highly customisable.
Congrats to the #RebelMouse team
Listly : Curation through social lists http://list.ly/ Listly : Curation through social lists
Delicious http://www.delicious.com Delicious is one of the original web 2.0 website ... which used to belong to Yahoo ... and was (still is) a social online bookmarking website.
How, under new ownership since 2011, it looks more like the new age "Curation" websites ... providing a "Newspaper" layout option it calls "Stacks"
Still very much worth using and visiting.
Learnist : Curate Learning Materials http://learni.st/ Learnist : Curate Learning Materials
Welcome to the future of learning.
Learnist is organizing all of the wisdom of mankind in text, images, video and audio, curated by fellow humans for your learning convenience.
Use Learnist to share what you know.
Create a Learn Board on a subject you understand and add 'learnings' by pointing to existing web videos, blogs, images and documents. Anything.
Today, almost anything you want to learn is available on the web via search tools and wiki references, like Wikipedia. The problem isn’t getting to information anymore, it’s collecting and assembling all of the great web resources and making sense of it all. This is what Learnist is all about. People, helping other people learn. Learn something, teach something. At Learnist.
Learnist is the best place to learn about anything.
Real people with expert knowledge share what they know by creating web “learning boards” from the best blogs, videos, audio, twitter feeds, slides shows and other web resources. You can watch videos, read blogs and books, view documents and images to learn something new. "Pinterest for Learning"
5 Tips for Great Content Curation http://mashable.com/2012/04/27/tips-great-content-curation/ 5 Tips for Great Content Curation
You’ve heard the buzz word — curation — being thrown around like it’s a gadget we all know how to work. In reality, good content curation isn’t as simple as pushing a share button.
It’s actually a combination of finding great content and following some simple best practices on how to successfully share that content.
If you’re a curator looking for some boundaries in what feels like the Wild West, here are five best practices to consider.
Pocket ... desktop and mobile curation App http://getpocket.com/ Pocket ... desktop and mobile App for curation
Put articles, videos or pretty much anything into Pocket.
Save directly from your browser or from apps like Twitter, Flipboard, Pulse and Zite.
MentorMob : Curation http://www.mentormob.com/ Mentormob : curation tool
MentorMob's online learning platform allows anyone with a passion for what they do to curate websites, videos, blogs, and more into Learning Playlists.
So instead of searching alone, people all around the world can work together to show off what they know and learn from each other.
At MentorMob, we're fueled by the belief that education is a basic human right, and we aim to organize the highest quality information on everything worth knowing by bringing out the expert in everyone.
Pinterest is an online pinboard http://pinterest.com/ Pinterest is an online pinboard
Pinterest allows you to organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web.
You can browse pinboards created by other people to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests.
30+ Cool Content Curation Tools http://bit.ly/AyZ0Sw 30+ Cool Content Curation Tools for Personal & Professional Use
The demand for timely, relevant content that is specific to our unique interests and perspectives has given rise to a new generation of tools that aim to help individuals and companies curate content from the web and deliver it in a meaningful way.
These new tools range from simple, application-specific types such as social media aggregators and discovery engines, to more complex, full-blown publishing solutions for organizations.
Here’s a look at over 30 content curation tools (mostly free, but some paid / professional tools as well) that will help you cut through the clutter of your information stream to find the gems.
10 iPad Apps for Web Curation http://appsineducation.blogspot.com/2012/01/10-ipad-apps-for-web-curation.html 10 iPad Apps for Web Curation
Curation vs. Aggregation? Curation is such a necessity these days. The overwhelming wave of information we are exposed to is drowning us in facts and opinion. Not only do we need to be curating the information that we are consuming but we need to be insisting that our students have the skills and necessary tools in which to curate their own world. I have listed a number of capable curation apps that can help to do just that.
Digital Curation Blog http://digitalcuration.blogspot.com/ Digital Curation Blog
Blog inspired by the Digital Curation Centre to discuss issues relating to the curation and long term preservation of digital science and research data.
Digital Curation Exchange http://digitalcurationexchange.org/ Digital Curation Exchange
The Digital Curation Exchange has been created to serve as a “town center” for YOU: the practitioners, researchers, educators, and students of digital curation. Create an account and add your digital curation events, jobs, resources, or questions and discuss what others have shared in the comments section.
BagTheWeb http://bagtheweb.com/ BagTheWeb
BagTheWeb helps users curate Web content. For any topic, you can create a "bag" to collect, publish, and share any content from the Web.
Beyond most curation tools' capability, BagTheWeb enables users to build networks of bags.
This way bags can be linked together to provide rich and complete information about any topic.
Scrible http://www.scrible.com/ Scrible's changing how the world works online by transforming Web-based research. "We're bringing Web-based research into the Internet Era by empowering people to mark up web pages in the browser and manage and collaborate on them online."
Web2 Start Pages : Digital Curation Tools http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/infolit/startpage/ Web2 Start Pages : Digital Curation Tools
Web2 start pages could be considered as curation tools although many do not allow the collaborative element in the tool .. and so should be considered as an individual tool and not social.
This is a list of Web2 Start pages on the Shambles website.
PearlTrees : Digital Curaton http://www.pearltrees.com/ PearlTrees ... designed initially to help organise your online footprint or personal learning network ... but I suspect that it will turn out to be very useful in other areas not yet considered.
e.g. curriculum or topic planning
Scoop.it [area on Shambles] http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/ict/scoopit/ Scoop.it [area on Shambles] "Scoop.it is a FREE publishing-by-curation platform.
We provide a service making curation a simple and new form of expression on the Web. Thus, you can easily create your online magazine.
We want everyone to be a publisher and be heard everywhere."
Wikipedia : Digital Curation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_curation Wikipedia : Digital Curation
"Digital curation is the selection, preservation, maintenance, collection and archiving of digital assets.
Digital curation is generally referred to the process of establishing and developing long term repositories of digital assets for current and future reference by researchers, scientists, historians, and scholars. Enterprises are starting to utilize digital curation to improve the quality of information and data within their operational and strategic processes."
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