Utopic The Best Online Tools for Content Curation A content curation tool lets you pull videos, images, presentations, tweets, blog posts and other web content into a bundle which you can then easily embed and share on the web. Let’s say your team has just launched a new product at some conference and they have asked you to collate all the conversations and buzz happening around that product on various websites, blogs and social sites. You have to act fast because the stuff that gets shared on the real-time web often gets buried almost as quickly. So how should you go about collecting stuff around the Internet? Should you just save everything that’s being said to your browser bookmarks? Or maybe put all the web clippings in an Excel sheet as that would be easy to share? There are umpteen ways to do this but what you should really look at is a dedicated content curation tool that is designed to capture web content with minimal effort. The way these content curation tools work is quite similar to Evernote’s web clipper.
Get to terms with "Curation": Pro's and con's and 6 principles Is it the blessing bestowed on every marketing manager starving for content, or is it a fig leaf parading like thought leadership? Zoom back 4-5 years, and curation was something only art gallery owners did. Now it’s such a hot topic with B2B marketers that you need a guide to choose a curation tool. Content curation’s a funny thing, though. And here is a handful of reasons why curation’s a miserable art, and the arguments that oppose them. Con Curation: It’s a sorry attempt at looking like a thought leader by doing nothing more than collecting other people’s stories. Pro Curation: It demonstrates that you follow developments in your field, and understand which stories possess great significance. Con Curation: It’s filling an already hugely noisy marketplace by regurgitating content that was already out there in the wild. Pro Curation: Every point of view is unique, and smart commentary on the news can be even more clever (and useful) than the news itself. Pro Curation: Let’s admit it. 1.
GrooveBug Digital Curation Blog Taptu Content Curation for Teachers Have you ever felt that there is simply too much interesting, educational content on the web? Fortunately, there are also some great, free products that help learners curate all of the many things they can read, watch, hear etc. on the web. The beauty of taking control of your content by saving and organizing links is that you can quickly find, revisit or share content with others. By curating the web, one can essentially build up a library of data in the cloud for free. I know personally as a history teacher, I spend a lot of time surfing the web when I prepare lessons. The content curation tools that I have found most useful are Pearltrees, Diigo and Evernote. 1. Personal Use: The first tool that I fell in love with was Pearltrees because it allows you to lay out all web content into trees. 2. Personal Use: Diigo has a more complicated interface than Pearltrees but has some additional, spectacular features. 3. Nate Green Educator
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