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Build engaged audiences through publishing by curation.

Build engaged audiences through publishing by curation.
« Scoop.it is a very elegant curation platform. » « I've been using Scoop.it now for two years and loved each upgrade and this new one rocks. » « Scoop.it ranks as one of the top content curation tools right now. » « Content curation will help to establish oneself as a knowledgeable resource who adds value to a topic or community. » « I love the Scoop.it platform: it's actually been a huge boost for my career. » « Over the past years I've tested different content curation sites and found Scoop.it to be the leader in both innovation and traffic building potential. »

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Manifesto for the Content Curator 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. Editable old newspaper template Views 393,984 Filed under Educational , english, history, newspaper, school, sepia We have just added to our popular editable PowerPoint newspapers with this Old Times newspaper design.

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Scoop.it is a great tool for organising all of the information you want to collect on a topic. You can choose to have different boards for different topics. It is easy to 'scoop' as it is to 'pick' in pearltrees. Another good feature of scoop.it is that you can create a little newsletter and email it to your colleagues. by janeschmude Apr 25

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Thanks for the tip on Padlet. I embed in my website giving people an easy way to react. by tribeqa Mar 25

I use both as well! I make a Scoop.it page for each of my classes. I use Pearltree to organize and collect thoughts. I also use Padlet (formerly Wallwisher) for an interactive corkboard. I've been collecting educational technology though as part of my dissertation. is where I've been consolidating! by jskopecek Mar 25

I agree with you. Have you ever tried lino it? It is a noticeboard or corkboard where students can collaborate and pin their works. I use it and kids (12-14) love it. by analaradiez Mar 24

Well,that is a good way to see it, but as for a teaching environment, as I may use it as teacher, I think of designs and ease for students to use, and I think the design by pearltrees is great to motivate people to practice; In addition, it looks more like a mindmap, which helps the learning process , thanks for the eye-opening on some other uses by sergioherrera Mar 24

Same fore me: I like both and used them for very different reasons. Scoop.it to organize articles and share my thoughts, Pearltrees to organize my favorites sites in a visual, fun way. by jcheuoua Mar 24

Hi. As for me Scoop.it and Peareltrees are very different ! And I use both of them. Scoop.it as a webzine and Pearltrees as a "bookmarks collector"... ;-) by bernard_lamailloux Mar 24

I consider it in a different way. I like both. I use scoop it to keep up in some issues. it's great to follow people that curate topics on my interest. by analaradiez Mar 24

I have tried Scoop.it, and while it is good, I feel the pearltrees approach is way much better and natural by sergioherrera Mar 24

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