Le Guide de la Curation (1) - Les concepts 01net le 14/03/11 à 16h00 Etymologie La pratique qui consiste à sélectionner, éditorialiser et partager du contenu a été baptisée par les Américains curation ou Content Curation, par analogie avec la mission du curator, le commissaire d’exposition chargé de sélectionner des œuvres d’art et de les mettre en valeur pour une exposition. Les termes curation et curator prennent leurs racines étymologiques dans le latin cura, le soin. Le terme curation est apparu en France fin 2010. Historique La curation est la convergence des deux principales activités sur internet : la recherche et le partage. Elle est indissociable de la culture du partage, dont elle est l’héritière. Parallèlement, le volume d’informations n’a cessé de croître. Les internautes ont commencé à trier, à sélectionner les contenus qu’ils jugent intéressants pour les partager avec leurs amis ou leur réseau, créant ainsi une forme d’intelligence collective. Tout un écosystème se crée alors pour satisfaire la demande. Définitions
Curation Revolution How Nonprofits Get Significant Value from Content Curation Harold Jarche (Click for Original Article) On December 17 at 6:30 pm, I am facilitating a discussion and presenting at one of Scoop.It’s “Lean Content” events in San Francisco. The topic is “The Unanticipated Benefits of Content Curation for Nonprofits.” While I have been doing content curation for the past twenty years that I’ve worked as a technology trainer, in July, 2011 I discovered the Scoop.It platform and started following and learning from some of best curators on the planet and in particular, Robin Good. Content curation is not about sharing links as you find them. Jarche mentions some techniques from three different curators on how to add value. Ross Dawson’s Five ways of Adding Value Jarche also points to James Mangan who identified several skills for acquiring knowledge in 1936 (via Maria Popova) Robin Good picked up on the theme of sense-making, and identified five more techniques to help sharpen your sense-making skills as part of your content curation skill set.
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Online Curation: The What, Why And How - An Interview With Micah Sifry Why is content curation so important? In this video interview, I recorded with Micah Sifry, co-founder and editor of the Personal Democracy Forum, you can taste one more viewpoint and explanation of why news and content curation are becoming so important. And not only. Photo credit: Robin Good Micah Sifry states it clear and without any hesitation: such abundance of content and of people producing it offers great business opportunities that are yet to be discovered. "I actually think it's a market opportunity for entrepreneurs, as well as for editors, both in terms of building better tools for sifting through all of this information to tease out the signal from the noise." Curation is not just a fad or the equivalent of sharing a few pictures and funny links with your Facebook friends. This is going to change. What you need to pay attention to, instead, is the fact that Google does have the power to define the world, to be the lens through which we see the world. The Need for Curation
Notre Précieux ! Best News Curation Tools for Independent Publishe... Five Free Software Programs Everyone Should Have | John C. Dvorak When I put together a machine for family or friends, I usually install a bunch of free software that I personally use and recommend to others. They are programs that are close to being definitive and needed. Generally speaking, these programs fall into two categories. The first category is comprised of programs that are best of breed—commercial or otherwise. This includes programs that are not as slick as commercial products, but they're are easier to use or I prefer them because of certain features. The second category contains the programs that are clearly inferior to commercial software, but they're more than adequate for everyday use or non-professional use. The good news is that all of these programs are free. Here are five of the best free software programs that I recommend everyone should have. VLC Media Player At the top of this list is the VLC media player from Video LAN Organization. Open Office If you can't afford Microsoft Office, then Open Office will do.
The Content Strategist as Digital Curato The term “curate” is the interactive world’s new buzzword. During content creation and governance discussions, client pitches and creative brainstorms, I’ve watched this word gain traction at almost warp speed. As a transplant from museums and libraries into interactive media, I can’t help but ask what is it about this word that deserves redefinition for the web? Article Continues Below Curation has a distinguished history in cultural institutions. In galleries and museums, curators use judgment and a refined sense of style to select and arrange art to create a narrative, evoke a response, and communicate a message. For a long time, we’ve considered digital objects such as articles, slideshows, and video to be short-lived. Consider some examples: NYTimes.com Topics employs content managers who sift through The Times’ archive to create new meaning by grouping articles and resources that were filed away (or distributed to library databases). What’s the payoff?
Social Media Content Curation Content Curation Primer Photo by Stuck in Customs What is Content Curation? Content curation is the process of sorting through the vast amounts of content on the web and presenting it in a meaningful and organized way around a specific theme. The work involves sifting, sorting, arranging, and publishing information. A content curator cherry picks the best content that is important and relevant to share with their community. Content curation is not about collecting links or being an information pack rat, it is more about putting them into a context with organization, annotation, and presentation. People and organizations are now making and sharing media and content all over the social web. Content Curation Provides Value from the Inside Out What does that mean for nonprofits and the people who work for them? For some staff members, content curation can be professional of learning. The Three S’s of Content Curation: Seek, Sense, Share Content curation is a three-part process: Seek, Sense, and Share. Getting Started
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