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Content Curation ToolsJennifer Moss2014-05-13T14:38:01+00:00 What is Content Curation? As instructors, we are all information curators. How do you collect and share currently relevant content with your students? How do your students research and share information that they find with the rest of class? What tools do you use to manage or facilitate presentation of resources? Modern web tools make it easy for both students and instructors to contribute online discoveries to class conversations. How can I use Content Curation in My Class? Instructors are using online content curation tools in the classroom to: The following are some real-life examples of how content curation tools are being used in education. Pinterest is a pinboard-styled social photo sharing website. Storify is a way to tell stories using social media such as tweets, photos and videos. Scoop.it allows users to create and share their own themed magazines designed around a given topic. Get Started Using Content Curation Tools

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My Top 10 Web Curation Tools as A Teacher 1- Scoopt.it This is my favorite web curation tool. It allows you to create categories to which you scoop links and materials you find online. It also has a bookmarklet that you can install on 2- Livebinder Thing 5: Curation Tools So what is “digital curation”? Traditionally, we think of a curator as someone who selects objects, interprets context and manages collections in a musuem. It also describes what librarians do with their collections, aka: collection development. And if you’ve ever selected, evaluated and organized a collection of great web resources for a research project, then you’re curating!

Using Content Curation Tools to Engage Students When I was in college (for 12 years I might add) there were really only three sources of information available to students: 1) Instructor 2) Textbook 3) Library. This was not such a distant past. A mere two decades ago I finished my undergrad, and I graduated with my PhD in 2001. I don’t think learning, or even how we learn, has changed all that much since then. But what has changed is access to information and how that access might actually distract from learning. How to Make a Good Library Pathfinder This guide is intended to help librarians make effective pathfinders quickly for any subject. While the specific organization of pathfinders may vary from institution to institution, or even from librarian to librarian, this guide will look at six overarching points that are important to keep in mind when making any pathfinder. A. Provide a brief introduction and explanation for your pathfinder This introduction allows students to get a firm grasp on the subject matter of the pathfinder, so that they will quickly be able to judge whether or not it is a useful research tool. Additionally, it teaches students about the purpose of pathfinders and how to specifically use this pathfinder in particular.

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Curation Tools Share your own uses of curation tools or other great examples here: --Ideas for Using Curation Tools Curationmeans to select, collect, preserve, maintain, organize and archive. One dictionary definesa "curator" as someone in charge of a museum or library! Step 6: Using Curation tools as part of your PLN – Teacher Challenges Welcome to the sixth step in our free professional learning series on building your PLN. In this activity you will explore: What is content curation?How to get started What is content curation?

What is content curation? - Definition from WhatIs.com Content curation is the gathering, organizing and online presentation of content related to a particular theme or topic. As a rule, a content curation site reproduces some of the original content and links to the full entry. Some content curation sites also provide original content, interpretation and commentary. Critics of content curation argue that the practice is a poor substitute for content creation on the part of the site, and a poor substitute for individual research on the part of the user. Furthermore, some such sites are little more than marketing tools. However, content curation sites can be useful to people who want a quick snapshot of current content on a particular topic.

The Solution Equipping students with the Four Keys The Four Keys More than a decade of research has led David T. Conley and his research team to develop the Four Keys to College and Career Readiness. Top 10 Free Content Curation Tools for Teachers General speak all teachers are educational information curators, or should be. Modern web tools help both students and teachers to contribute online discoveries to class conversations. But which is the best way to collect and share relevant educational content with your students Which are the best free education tools to manage presentation of educational resources? In the following list you will find the Top 10 Free Content Curation Tools for Teachers that I highly encourage you to try out. eLearning Tags At eLearning Tags you can share, discover, vote and discuss interesting and remarkable eLearning and Educational Technology content. eLearning Tags offers helpful information on a number of topics concerning distance education including eLearning, Instructional Design, Gamification, Social Learning, MOOCs, mLearning and more. Of course it is absolutely free!

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