The slidedeck from Scott Scanlon, creator of Curation Traffic, annotates examples of curated content. Not…
Editor’s note: Recollecting Facebook posts is easier than recalling the same information in a book. It also takes less effort to remember posted patter than someone’s face, according to new research.
Editor’s note: Analyst Elearnity have created a report to help users select learning content partners. Based on market research and organisational insights, the report provides tips on finding the right partner to develop your content.
UK startup Loccit sells 8,000 Facebook ‘Memory Books’ in 48hrs, wants to turn your digital media footprint into physical stuff
Editor’s note: Interesting to see the industry that is growing around the major social networks. In particular, the services that enable users to turn digital content into physical content. Something we might see in L&D?
Editor’s note: Not aimed at the learning content design but the many of the principles still apply – five useful tips on web design backed up by research.
Editor’s note: This image captured by Nick-Shackleton-Jones at Learning 2012 shows the Unisys approach to content capture. One slide tells quite a story.
Editor’s note: Steve Wheeler shared this slide at the World of Learning conference. It’s a great image which reflects the exponential growth in the web and user-generated content.
Editor’s note: A look at Clive Shepher’d’s book on digital learning content. According to the review, the book would be a useful read for anyone involved in creating this kind of content.
Editor’s note: In this article, Robin Good says: “If we learn not by memorizing facts, but by collaborating with others in the creation of a meaningful collection-explanations of specific topics/issues/events then, for the first time in history, we can enrich planetary knowledge each time we take on a new learning task.” He goes on to expand on 10 ways in which curation can revolutionise learning.
The unofficial MASLO post – we are getting a new site up over at the Academic Advanced Distributed Learning Lab so this post will help people to learn more about MASLO until the site is ready.The Academic ADL