Content Curation 101: How to Get Curated Content Right

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.

L&D Enters the Age of Curation

Editor’s note: Good post on why L&D should be looking to curate information and why context, not content, is so important.

The Ultimate Guide to Content Curation

Editor’s note: There are some good tips and tools mentioned in this practical guide to content curation.

How Spotify’s Discover Weekly cracked human curation at internet scale

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 . . .

The 2015 Learning Live Backchannel: Curated Resources #LearningLive

Editor’s note: Dave Kelly pulls together everything that has been shared in and around the Learning Live conference. A great resource.

Introducing Clipping on LinkedIn SlideShare

Editor’s note: LinkedIn has just launched a tool to help users curate clipboards of slides from any slide deck.

Slidedeck of the week: Personal Knowledge Mastery

If you are interested in content #curation then look at Harold Jarche’s Seek > Sense > Share model. He has developed this into what he calls personal knowledge mastery. Personal knowledge mastery from Harold Jarche

Content curation – more reasons for L&D to take notice

Over the last few weeks some of the bigger technology companies, including Apple and Twitter, have made announcements about their planned use of content #curation. L&D take note. Twitter has been experimenting with services to help serve up curated tweets and Apple has announced that its forthcoming ios 9 News app will be powered in […]

This Is Twitter’s Top Secret Project Lightning

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.

Can Curation Save Twitter? 

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.

What Twitter Can Be.

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Editor’s note: A great analysis of Twitter’s development so far and why curation has to be a part of its future development.

Introducing Curator, a new way to find and display great Twitter content

Editor’s note: Twitter sees curation as an important part of its development which explains the launch of its Curator tool.

Flipboard Users Can Now Add Their Own Voice, Opinions And Photos To Their Magazines

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.

Facebook study finds people only click on links that they agree with, site is an ‘echo chamber’

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.

Curation in learning

Editor’s note: Curatr’s Ben Betts shares his framework for what curation for learning could look like for individuals and organisations.