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Regarding George Siemens curators. | Learn Online. George Siemens has posted much needed rethinking on the role of teachers and experts in Networked Learning. He presents the idea of a curator as a central player in initiating a focus for a learning network. I very much like this idea of the curator and I’d like to add more to it by describing and preserving the integrity of the teacher and the facilitator. As many already know I try to reinvigorate questions and discussion on the role of teachers from time to time – all be it a little confrontational Lately I have been broadly focusing on the integrity of a facilitator, especially as I reckon the teaching profession is [innocently] corrupting the integrity of facilitation with teachers calling themselves facilitators – but remaining teachers in every sense of the word.

I guess teachers do this in response to the as yet illdefined roles needed in a networked learning. But where can we find curators and facilitators? An art exhibition (and the opening in particular) is very similar. Comisariado en la red: espacios virtuales y Filter Feeders | Arte y Cultura Digital. Por Pau Waelder A partir de la popularización de la web 2.0 y los servicios que ofrecen las redes sociales y los grandes portales de noticias, fotos y vídeos, ha ido creciendo una concepción del comisariado como selección de contenidos.

Así, cualquier usuario/a puede convertirse en comisario/a por el simple hecho de escoger y redistribuir aquello que más le interesa, empleando las herramientas que le suministra una determinada plataforma, habitualmente a través de un blog o un perfil de una red social. Lo que podría considerarse un abuso del término “comisariado” sirve de hecho para hacer más atractiva una práctica que en definitiva favorece a las plataformas que la promueven, así como a las empresas que han aprovechado la tendencia de compartir contenidos graciosos o impactantes para llevar a cabo campañas de marketing viral. [1] Natalie Bookchin y Alexei Shulgin, Introducción al net.art (1994-1999) . [2] Anne-Marie Schleiner. . [3] André Malraux, Le Musée Imaginaire.

Me gusta: Lecturas recomendadas de curation 1. Presentamos en formato blog la primera entrega con la recopilación de las primeras entradas de nuestro “Topic” en Scoop.it de este título, en el que vamos comentando una selección de artículos imprescindibles o interesantes sobre curación de contenidos. Bhargava. Manifesto For The Content Curator: The Next Big Social Media Job Of The Future?

El artículo ya clásico de Rohit Bhargava de 2009, en el que aparece por primera vez el término «content curator» con el sentido que le damos actualmente a este profesional de los contenidos web. A pesar de su brevedad, ofrece las claves básicas de lo que es el proceso de content curation y del nuevo profesional content curator. A destacar su visión de futuro, y el énfasis en dos ideas que caracterizan y diferencian la curation de otros sistemas de selección y presentación de contenidos: «dar valor» (sense making) y «continuamente» (debe ser un proceso continuado y sistemático, si no es así, no es curation).

Lectura imprescindible Rosenbaum. 1. 2. 3. 4. El content curator o el profesional de la desinfoxicación. Internet está cargado de información… e incluso sobrecargado. En el año 2011 había en el mundo un total de 295 exabytes de información. Dato que en principio puede no llamar mucho la atención, pero si lo ponemos en contraposición con los 5 exabytes generados desde los orígenes de la humanidad hasta el 2003 la cosa cambia. Estamos viviendo una explosión de la información sin precedentes. Una explosión que en los dos últimos años ha generado el 90% de los datos, de los cuales solamente el 0,5% han sido analizados. En la actualidad se crean 2,5 exabytes de información al día y se prevé que durante el año 2015 se crearán 7,9 zettabytes o lo que es lo mismo: 18 veces toda la información que contiene hoy en día la Library of Congress.

El content curator debe contar con una serie de habilidades profesionales para poder desempeñar las funciones definidas en su puesto de trabajo. Profesional experto y especializado en la materia. El content curator tiene entre sus funciones las siguientes: Effective Content Curation – 10 Best Practices - Ovid Bell. It’s true that content like blog posts and eBooks are vital to helping your organization attract and engage your audience.

It’s also true that consistently generating new content is a difficult and time-consuming undertaking. Content curation can help with that. If you aren’t exactly certain what content curation is, you’re not alone. Here are some resources to provide you with a general overview of content curation: Once you’ve chosen a curation model that fits your organization, follow the best practices below for curating content effectively and efficiently. Keep your audience’s interests and needs at the forefront Before you start looking for great content to share with your audience, you need to know what they care about and find valuable. Select content from reputable sources By sourcing your content from reputable sites online, you’re providing quality content while also establishing your organization as an industry expert.

Link to the author or publication Give the content some context. Curaduría: El poder de la selección en un mundo de excesos - Michael Bhaskar. Content Curation: A Beginner's Guide To Curating Content. Want to become a content curation pro? You’ve come to the right place. In this guide we’ll teach you how to source and share great content on social media. Content that your audience will like, comment on, and share with their followers (exposing your brand to a wider audience). But, before we get to the whys and hows of content curation… Bonus: Get the step-by-step social media strategy guide with pro tips on how to grow your social media presence. What is content curation? It’s adding your voice (and value) to a handpicked collection of content. Simple, right? Yet, many do this without a strategy. But not you. After reading this article you’ll be more equipped (and excited) when scrolling through your content feed.

Sharing is caring, right? 6 key benefits of curating content Because living in the information age demands people manage, organize, and share information with others. What we know, how we manage what we know, sharing it with others—these are all keys to the info-game. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Difference Between Content Curation and Content Creation | Crate. To curate or create? It’s a question that many marketers ask themselves when planning their strategy. Luckily, the answer isn’t one or the other. It’s a combination of both curation and creation that can help marketers achieve great results. For years, content creation has been pointed to as the holy grail for content marketing. From ebooks and infographics to blog posts and presentations, the idea that content is king has resulted in a content boom. One of the best content platforms in the world is Netflix.

Marketers can learn a lot from Netflix as it relates to both content marketing and data driven decisions. These are two things that Netflix does better than anyone. Netflix leverages content creation when they take an idea and turn it into original programming. Research from Cowen and Company found that 23% of Netflix subscribers subscribe because of the original programming. The reality is this: If you create or curate quality content; you will succeed at content marketing. Manifesto For The Content Curator: The Next Big Social Media Job Of The Future ? Every hour thousands of new videos are uploaded online. Blog posts are written and published. Millions of tweets and other short messages are shared. To say there is a flood of content being created online now seems like a serious understatement.

Until now, the interesting thing is that there are relatively few technologies or tools that have been adopted in a widespread way to manage this deluge. We pretty much just have algorithmic search, with Google (and other search engines) as the most obvious example. Social bookmarking and social news have been around for some time (ie – sites like Digg or delicious), and new models of aggregation like Alltop are springing up to help us navigate all this content as well. The real question is whether solutions like these will be enough. What if you were to ask about the person that makes sense of it all? The name I would give it is Content Curator. In the near future, experts predict that content on the web will double every 72 hours. 78011179007. View of Competencies Required for Digital Curation: An Analysis of Job Advertisements. (1) Twitter / Search - #curation.

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