Editor’s note: This short article from Harold Jarche very succinctly makes the case for building your own knowledge management and sense making skills and then applying those to teams and across organisations. This is a really useful blueprint for knowledge management in a networked world.
Editor’s note: This is a useful reflection on the amount of signal versus noise that we now experience and consume. It is getting harder to distinguish between signal and noise and that represents a challenge for L&D teams.
Editor’s note: Are we right to worry about filter bubbles, especially in the context of information curation? Maybe not according to this research . . .
This week I gave a talk on personal curation tools at the Training Journal conference.…
In a previous post I set out three approaches to curation in learning. They are:…
Editor’s note: Analyst Josh Bersin weighs into the debate about curation in learning. In this piece he poses some useful questions. There is still a long way to go to understand how curation can have real impact in organisational learning.
If you were going to introduce curation into learning in your organisation, what would you…
Editor’s Note: More research here to help our understanding of how we consume information online. Maybe the influence of online echo chambers has been over-stated.
Editor’s note: This is years old advice but it still holds true, which is why it is worth sharing. Are you thriving on information?
Editor’s note: Some interesting ideas on information curation and the need for organisations to be able to curate insights in order to feed their knowledge networks. Will this turn out to be another layer of complexity for a concept that seems to mean many different things to learning professionals.
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.