Social Bookmarking - Sharing The Web With Friends. VILIZE - Visual Research. Browse. Trying to understand The Curator's Code's approach to attributing discovery - Journal - Daniel Howells. Yesterday one of my favourite bloggers/tweeters/curators Maria Popova announced a new initiative called The Curator’s Code as a method to standardise the way in which we attribute discoveries made when we re-distribute via the usual channels of twitter and blogs.
The code proposes the use of two shorthand codes: ᔥ – indicates a via: a direct link of discovery ↬ – indicates a hat-tip: an indirect link of discovery There are a few things I’d like to discuss first before trying to ascertain whether this is a good idea. Missing attribution versus missing attribution Missing attributions–especially from a deluge of a thousand Tumblr accounts–really frustrates me. This mis-attribution angers me. The other type of missing attribution is where party A has found and shared a link, which party B subsequently shares. I hope the person who found the link via someone else via an infinite number of other people doesn’t mind, but I have absolutely no idea.
What is a curator, anyway? Let’s talk about process. Educators as content curators. Just this weekend I’ve finished writing a lead article for my SLANZA friends in NZ for their Collected Magazine.
School librarians everywhere are interested in the same things, so I was pleasee to be able to contribute to an issue focused on Content Curation. This is such a topical area of relevance to teachers and school librarians alike. What is critical for us, however, is that we cast our ‘information literacy’ lens over the whole activity of ‘curation’. There is a great deal of rich content available for students and teachers that is collaboratively built and shared, including blogs, wikis, images, videos, places, events, music, books and more. Searching for content requires wise information literacy strategies and tools (embedded in the curriculum learning processes) to avoid being lost in the information labyrinth. Right on time to match the thinking time were two very different but interesting items which arrived in my Facebook and RSS feeds.
Diigo - Web Highlighter and Sticky Notes, Online Bookmarking and Annotation, Personal Learning Network. Bookmarking done right: historious, your personal search engine - historious. Sign in. Edutagger - K-12 Social Bookmarking - Published. Sign up to Explore More and Discover Personalized Content.
Buy traffic - Social Poster - Automatic Social Submitter: digg.com reddit.com netscape.com propeller.com Del.icio.us Stumbleupon.com etc. Speedtile - your bookmarks! Social bookmarking tool using smart semantic Wikipedia (DBpedia) tags. Organize and share favorites with your friends.
Organize your resources in an online binder - LiveBinders. Video explains folkd.com features. Netvouz - Online Social Bookmark Manager - Save, Tag and Share your bookmarks. Online Bookmarks and Favorites - StartAid. Social Bookmarking Tool. Free online reference management for clinicians and scientists. Home. Technology Platform – OEM Collaborative Search and Social Curation. Collaborative search is a brilliant idea, executed well by Zakta.
In inno360, the application of this technology enables the kind of landscape research and expert identification that has never been possible before! –inno360 The perfect solution for the dreaded "collaborative group project" is finally here. The Zakta Classrooms app is an intelligent solution for educators eager to engage students in structured online collaborative projects. From a teacher's perspective, Zakta Classrooms offers us both educational and evaluation components. Zakta's collaborative search is the first genuine innovation in search that the market has seen in a long time. Zakta provided an innovative collaborative curation platform for assembling and presenting the best information on the history of advertising for the Museum of Advertising online site. Zakta is the world's leading Social Curation Platform. Learn about the 5 ways you can integrate the power of social intelligence in your application.