Inoreader mode d'emploi. Partie I La disparition de Google Reader a eu cela de bon qu’elle a laissé la place à la concurrence et a permis à certains éditeurs de proposer des fonctionnalités innovantes. Après avoir testé de nombreux services j’ai choisi voilà deux ans d’utiliser Inoreader de la société bulgare Innologica et c’est également l’agrégateur que je conseille à mes clients lorsqu’ils veulent mettre en place des traitements avancés autour des flux RSS (sinon Netvibes ou Feedly sont suffisants). Inoreader étant bourré de fonctionnalités j’ai décidé d’en faire le tour dans une série de billets tutoriels que j’inaugure aujourd’hui. Peeragogy in action We have been writing the missing manual for peer-produced peer learning – the “Peeragogy Handbook” (peeragogy.org). Throughout the building of this work, we, ourselves peer learners in this quest, have been mindful of these four questions: How does a motivated group of self-learners choose a subject or skill to learn? How can this group identify and select the best learning resources about that topic? How will these learners identify and select the appropriate technology and communications tools and platforms to accomplish their learning goal?
Resource Center - Insights and case studies on Content Curation and Lean Content Marketing Actionable, data-driven and practical resources. Inspiring case studies. Welcome to the Scoop.it resource center. Case Studies How the University of San Francisco cracked user-generated content for Content Marketing Getting started – Feedly One of the most important things we strive for at feedly is to enable you to make your feedly as personal as possible. Content-wise, you can do this by finding the best content based on your needs, interests, Must Read sources, and by connecting feedly to your favorite saving and sharing channels. Beyond that, you can customize your feedly even more by changing the look to what best suits your reading style. We have seven suggestions for you to customize your feedly and make it your very own.
No.019: 育展维新 —— 内容集展对开放教育的影响 Today we are proud to announce a new research network, community site, and a set of learning and design principles that seeks to promote dialog and experimentation around a model we are calling “connected learning.” In a nutshell, connected learning is learning that is socially connected, interest-driven, and oriented towards educational and economic opportunity. Connected learning is when you’re pursuing knowledge and expertise around something you care deeply about, and you’re supported by friends and institutions who share and recognize this common passion or purpose. We don't need to think of education as pushing scarce and static knowledge from center to periphery and of educational opportunity as being able to do better on standardized tests.
Teacher as Curator: Capture and Organize Learning Materials with Web 2.0 Tools In the 21st Century world of abundant free educational content, teachers are challenged to shed the role of “content area expert” and adopt the role of “content curator”. Part of the shifting role of teachers from “sage on the stage” to “guide on the side” means spending less time lecturing at students and more time supporting them to successfully access and think critically about content. Content curation is nothing new to teachers– whether it’s maintaining a great classroom library, hurriedly photocopying a great article you found, or organizing PDFs and YouTube videos in your online course, a big part of the job is creating an organized path through the best materials you know of. The objective here is to build up an enduring library of high quality web links, videos, articles, and online activities that “fit together” and are easy to consume as a collection.
Teaching With Content Curation 21st Century School | Feature Teaching With Content Curation With two mobile laptop carts that are used primarily for technology classes and a student body that has limited access to computers outside of school, Stockton Collegiate International School isn’t exactly a hotbed of ed tech. That stumbling block doesn’t stop the K-12 charter school in Stockton, CA, from doing what it can to cultivate its 21st Century learners and prepare them for college and the workforce.
Content curation on Wordpress: how to do it right. One of the main ways to to leverage content curation for business is to add curated content to your website or blog. By selecting the most interesting content for your target audience and adding some context to it, you will naturally show your expertise to your visitors – a good objective in itself. But, if you do it right, you should also enjoy the following benefits: 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. It isn’t unlike what a museum curator does to produce an exhibition: They identify the theme, they provide the context, they decide which paintings to hang on the wall, how they should be annotated, and how they should be displayed for the public.
How to Speed Up Your Content Curation Process Do you want to share helpful content, but don’t know where to find it? Are you looking for tools to speed up your content curation process? In this article I’ll show you how to find and share relevant content in a snap. Why Content Curation? If you want to be the go-to expert in your niche, you need to provide more value than the other guys.