Editor’s note: There are some good tips and tools mentioned in this practical guide to content curation.
Editor’s note: OK, this is not directly linked to learning but it is a great article on how Spotify is using human music selection and algorithms to curate playlists. This could be the future of information curation . . .
Editor’s note: Dave Kelly pulls together everything that has been shared in and around the Learning Live conference. A great resource.
Editor’s note: LinkedIn has just launched a tool to help users curate clipboards of slides from any slide deck.
If you are interested in content #curation then look at Harold Jarche’s Seek > Sense…
Over the last few weeks some of the bigger technology companies, including Apple and Twitter,…
Editor’s note: The new tool will give the company a way to show the best of Twitter to both logged-in and logged-out users on a variety of platforms. It will have instantly loading videos and rich images, and will occupy a front-and-center location in an upcoming version of the Twitter app.
Editor’s note: Steve Rosenbaum, author of Curate This!, argues that Twitter’s real value in the future will be to enable users to curate content.
Editor’s note: A great analysis of Twitter’s development so far and why curation has to be a part of its future development.
Editor’s note: Twitter sees curation as an important part of its development which explains the launch of its Curator tool.
Editor’s note: Flipboard enables users to create their own curated magazines. it’s a great tool and it just got a bit more useful as it now enables users to add voiceovers to their magazines as well as their own images.
Editor’s note: When we consider the usefulness of curation we need to be mindful of ‘filter bubbles’. This articles shows how Facebook users create their own bubbles.
Editor’s note: Curatr’s Ben Betts shares his framework for what curation for learning could look like for individuals and organisations.
Editor’s note: Learning technologist Craig Taylor provides an example of how to curate disparate resources into something meaningful.
Editor’s note: An academic paper looking at how people curate based on research of Last.fm and Pinterest users. Thanks to @burrough fro sharing.