Editor’s note: A great deck and lots of resources on curation in learning from David Kelly, a learning professional who has been curating, and advocating for curation, for a number of years.
It was the talk of conferences four or five years ago and then it went…
Editor’s note: There are some good free and paid-for tools in this list that will help you get started with content curation.
Editor’s note: I like this DIY approach to filtering the web. All the tools are free to use – might be worth a go to build your own information filter.
Editor’s note: In our ‘post-truth’ era we need the skills to sort information and establish its provenance. Some goods here on how to do this with published research.
Accenture is revving up its innovation engine in India with a series of initiatives as…
Editor’s note: This article is good but only goes so far in explaining how to scale curation within the organisation. There are some useful tips here on when to post on social media and tools to use for collating internally curated content.
Editor’s note: TED Talks have been working on ways to make their 2,000-plus videos more accessible. TED Studies is an interesting approach that will resonate with L&D professionals. Look at what they include as their learning frame – an introductory essay on the topic, curated videos and a summary. There is also a licensed option. This approach could be taken by any organisation – using TED talks.
Editor’s note: TED is now offering curated, structured learning experiences using its own content. Interesting to see the elements it uses as a part of its curated experience.
Editor’s note: Great piece on automated curation on Youtube. This is where the major content platforms are heading.
Editor’s note: Really interesting to see how curation is changing the consumption of music. Consumers are less interested in albums and more interested in curated playlists. Could this be a blueprint for how learners want to consume learning content?
Editor’s note: This is a practical and pragmatic piece on how to do curation and stay on the right side of copyright law.
Editor’s note: This is a long read and very well worth it if you are interested in the history of the concept of information overload and the paradigm shift we need to make to meaning making.
Editor’s note: There are some useful examples of curated newsletters in this article. A key message here, and generally around curation, is knowing who you are doing it for and what type of curated content will be useful and relevant.