Editor’s note: TED is now organising its videos into curated playlists – a potentially useful way to access the TED archive.
Curation provides a model and discipline around how to organise and share information for the…
Editor’s note: Following on from last week’s We elearning event on curation is this mind map of content curation tools from Robin Good. It is regularly updated and is a great resource.
Editor’s note: The exponential growth in data on the web means we will need strategies to manage it and to surface and share relevant and timely information. This post from John Curran outlines some of the skills we will need to be effective curators. I’ll be talking at tonight’s Weelearning event on this topic.
Editor’s note: Not heard of the term ‘aggregation architecture’ but this post looks into it. The focus is on MOOCs but the thinking could be applied across all learning systems and for all learners.
Editor’s note: So how did Victorians deal with the fire hose of information that was the explosion in book publishing?
If you read some of the reviews from the recent Learning Live conference you would…
Editor’s note: Dave Kelly continues to update resources from last week’s Learning Live conference in London. Worth a look to see what you missed and to get an overview of what came out of the event.
Editor’s note: A short video talking to some high-profile curators of content online. The idea of curation has been buzzing around the learning space for a while and if it interests you then this could be worth three minutes of your time.
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.