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10 Tips on Curating Social Media Content for Your Nonprofit or Foundation

10 Tips on Curating Social Media Content for Your Nonprofit or Foundation | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Will Coley, September 6, 2011

"Everyone, including me, needs help sorting through today’s “data tsunami” as Steven Rosenbaum calls it. In his recent book Curation Nation: How to Win in a World Where Consumers are Creators, Rosenbaum writes that

Curation replaces noise with clarity. And it’s the clarity of your choosing; the things that people you trust help you find.

And I would argue that when organizations offer clarity amidst the noise, they build trust among supporters. ..."

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New Research Finds the Curation vs Creation Sweet Spot

New Research Finds the Curation vs Creation Sweet Spot | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

September 7, 2011 Written By: Tristan Handy

"Whether you’re on a first date, meeting new people at a dinner party, or making it rain on Twitter, it’s just not a good idea to go on and on about yourself. It’s just awkward.
Conventional social media marketing wisdom suggests that brands should avoid being overly self-promotional. Thus, brands seek to “be a part of the conversation” by sharing links that are relevant to their followers but often not specifically about their products and services. This act of finding good content and sharing it is known as content curation.
Contrast this with another nugget of conventional social media marketing wisdom: that “content is king” – that the best thing that a social media marketer can do is create content that people find valuable enough to share with the world.
But…isn’t promoting your own content akin to talking about yourself? And isn’t that rude, and thus ineffective?
This creation-vs-curation paradox inspired me to look for some answers in the data.
Analyzing 150,000 Social Media Posts ..."

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Content curation Tweets | janlgordon Twitter

Content curation Tweets | janlgordon Twitter | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it
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Media Futurist

Media Futurist | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

July 06, 2011

The video of my presentation at the Google Think-Travel event in Sydney: the consumer of tomorrow
This is a brand-new and very nicely produced video - a big thank-you to Google Australia for making it available so quickly. If you are in the travel business, do make sure to watch this video, and check out the other speakers and their presentations, as well.

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Blog Content: Original and Curated

Blog Content: Original and Curated | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

SEPTEMBER 2, 2011, SHMUEL

"Blog curation is a powerful tool for pulling in traffic to your site and increasing your site’s credibility by making you the authority in your niche. ...
You’re not plagiarizing. You are commenting on an existing article and providing a link to its original source. Your readers will be happy because you’re bringing them awesome content from across the internet, the original providers of the content are happy because you’re creating a valuable backlink to their site, and you, you are establishing your site as an invaluable resource of information. Boom!

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Remember, the anatomy of a curated post:

-Find a stellar article from a trusted source.

-In your blog, create a post that includes:

-A headline containing keywords you’re targeting,

-A few paragraphs in which you describe, comment and link back to this piece.

-A sweet, eye-catching pic from a royalty-free source.

... The key is to post and post daily, always targeting specific keywords. This will grab search engines’ attention even as it creates a community around your site. Always invite commentary at the bottom of your posts.

Here’s to bringing your readers the best, and launching your site to the top of the rankings.

So what have your experiences been using this blog curation method? Can you see yourself integrating something like this into you’re blog? "

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Content Curation Is the New Community Builder

Content Curation Is the New Community Builder | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Great post written by Eric Brown for Social Media Explorer - This is what caught my attention:

 

Curation — the act of human editors adding their work to the machines that gather, organize and filter content.

 

“Curation comes up when search stops working,” says author and NYU Professor Clay Shirky. But it’s more than a human-powered filter.

 

“Curation comes up when people realize that it isn’t just about information seeking, it’s also about synchronizing a community.”

 

Part of the reason that human curation is so critical is simply the vast number of people who are now making and sharing media.

 

“Everyone is a media outlet”, says Shirky. “The point of everyone being a media outlet is really not at all complicated. It just means that we can all put things out in the public view.
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Curation: 12 Most Easy Traps To Fall Into When Curating Content

Curation: 12 Most Easy Traps To Fall Into When Curating Content | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Posted by Margie Clayman on Aug 30, 2011

Last week we talked about reasons why a person (like me) who is curating content may not include certain kind of posts. This week I want to talk about some of the traps one can fall into when working on curating content. Having fallen into most of them, this is something I know a lot about. Or, like Han Solo famously said, “Hey, trust me.”

 

1. Curating content from only the biggest bloggers out there....

2. Curating content only from people that are your personal friends. ....

5. Only gathering posts that have something to do with you

6. Gathering posts that are all from the same perspective ...

10. Making it hard for readers to move between your post and the posts you’re curating

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Are you a Content Curator?

Are you a Content Curator? | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

by LAURA on AUGUST 13, 2011

"A content curator is more than someone who re-posts links, quotes sources and aggregates content from feeds. A content curator uses their own passion for the topic to filter and give meaning to the content they select. They also add their own information and ideas to the updates.

 

I have worked as someone who collects content in several ways and methods: web directory editor, topic writer and group moderator. Each requires some aspects of content curating. Online content curators will not only present content but give it their own perspective and priorities. A content curator can shape public opinion with the choices they make, the content they choose to include or pass by...."

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What Kind of Content Curator Are You?

What Kind of Content Curator Are You? | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Aug 25, 2011 Pawan Deshpande

Pawan Deshpande, CEO of HiveFire has written this interesting post about content curation and how to match your personality to the type of curation that best suits you. Interesting observations:

 

Excerpt:

 

Personality type can play a big part in your content curation style, from the types of content you share to where you share it and how you go about the process.

 

Many marketers are now adding content curation— the act of finding, organizing and sharing online content to engage customers and prospects—to their job descriptions. As with other marketing strategies, personality type can play a big part in your content curation style, from the types of content you share to where you share it and how you go about the process.

 

 

What’s your curation type? Match your own personality to the qualities below so you can embrace your inner curator.

 

http://www.adotas.com/2011/08/what-kind-of-content-curator-are-you/
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Tom George's comment, August 26, 2011 9:43 AM
Hi Jan, good morning. Are your prepared for the hurricane coming our way?
janlgordon's comment, August 26, 2011 9:51 AM
We're right on the water, lots of windows, we're prepared as much as we can be. It's definitely going to be challenging to say the least, hope for the best:-)
Robin Good's comment, August 27, 2011 3:22 AM
Hi Jan, great job so far. Love what you do. Thanks for sharing it.
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In a new world of informational abundance, content curation is a new kind of authorship

In a new world of informational abundance, content curation is a new kind of authorship | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

JUNE 10 By Maria Popova

 "Last week, Megan Garber wrote an excellent piece on whether Twitter is speech or text. Yet despite a number of insightful and timely points, I’d argue there is a fundamental flaw with the very dichotomy of the question. While Twitter can certainly be both, it’s inherently neither. And trying to classify it within one or both of these conventional checkboxes completely misses the point that we might, in fact, have to invent an entirely new checkbox.

I, of course, make no claim to using Twitter as it “should” be used. But here’s how I use it, and it works for me, fitting my workflow, intellectual curiosity, and creative process: I use it as an information discovery tool. ..."
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Giuseppe Mauriello's comment, August 10, 2011 8:11 AM
Interesting...but I posted on my topic many time ago! ;-)
Check out well my topic and my 500 articles, you will discover many detailed informations about curation! :-)
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Scoop, Pin, Or Bundle Content. Curation Sites Make It Easy. | Youspout

Scoop, Pin, Or Bundle Content. Curation Sites Make It Easy. | Youspout | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

SEPTEMBER 07, 2011 YOUSPOUT

"You can scoop it, pin it, or bundle it. Whatever you do with it, content curation is a reflection of you and your tastes. It seems like many content gathering sites are in beta mode across the web right now, so we can probably expect a quick proliferation of them once the kinks are out. Websites like Scoop.it, Pinterest, and Shareist require an invite to use the platform for now, but once they go live and open up to the masses, anyone can become a publisher of sorts. They let you browse the web as you normally would, then allow you to pull whatever it is that catches your eye and tickles your fancy by simply pressing the “bookmarklet” – a button that you install from the respective site by dragging it into your toolbar. The info is then organized onto your virtual pinboard or into your own virtual newspaper (paper.li) or magazine by topic. ..."

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Search Results and Quality Content is an Oxymoron

Search Results and Quality Content is an Oxymoron | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Published August 15, 2011

"Like it or not we are a search driven society. Thus this post could have easily been titled, “Content for content’s sake” or “Crappy content for search engines”, or “The difference between worthless content and worthy content”. The point being that in today’s hyper mobile, hyper-consumption, media driven society-we search for the information that we need right now without thinking that maybe what we’re looking at is not nearly the “best” information.

 

The reason? We see the information that we see first and has ranked well and assume it is the best. Unbeknownst to most of us is the fact that we’re getting played because someone knows how to play the game of driving eyeballs to a site that isn’t about quality content as much as it is about trying to get you to click on Google adsense boxes ...

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Accessibility Vs. Access: The Filter Bubble And Human Information Curation | Maria Popova On Nieman Lab

Accessibility Vs. Access: The Filter Bubble And Human Information Curation | Maria Popova On Nieman Lab | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

MARIA POPOVA August, 23, 2011

Human-driven information curation is the antidote to this algorithmic disconnect between access and accessibility:

 

The primary purpose of an editor [is] to extend the horizon of what people are interested in and what people know. Giving people what they think they want is easy, but it’s also not very satisfying: the same stuff, over and over again. Great editors are like great matchmakers: they introduce people to whole new ways of thinking, and they fall in love.

 

And this is what I believe: Information curators are that necessary cross-pollinator between accessibility and access, between availability and actionability, guiding people to smart, interesting, culturally relevant content that “rots away” in some digital archive, just like its analog versions used to in basement of some library or museum or university.

 

Because here’s the thing: Knowledge is not a lean-back process; it’s a lean-forward activity. Just because public domain content is online and indexed, doesn’t mean that those outside the small self-selected group of scholars already interested in it will ever discover it and engage in it. ....

 

What great curators do is reverse-engineer this dynamic, framing cultural importance first to magnify our motivation to engage with information. Someone who simply shares a link to a beautiful illuminated manuscript from the 13th century might grab your ephemeral attention for a fleeting moment of visual delight, but someone who shares that manuscript in the context of how it relates to today’s ideals and challenges of publishing, to our shared understanding of creative labor and the changing value systems of authorship, will help integrate this archival item with your existing knowledge and interests, bridging your curiosity with your motivations to truly engage with the content.

Because in a culture where abundance has replaced scarcity as our era’s greatest information problem, without these human sensemakers and curiosity sherpas, even the most abundant and accessible information can remain tragically “rare.” 

[read full great article http://j.mp/qmo9gW]

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12 Most Helpful Tips For Curating Content | 12 Most

12 Most Helpful Tips For Curating Content | 12 Most | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Margie Clayman on Sep 7, 2011

"I realized when I mapped this series out that the first two posts were kind of negative. First we talked about the kinds of posts I don’t tend to curate. Then we talked about easy traps to fall into when curating. Man, what a Debbie Downer! So, this week I’m lightening the load a bit and we’ll talk about something happy! Or at least helpful. I hope.
I’ve gathered a few tricks that have helped me become a content curator online, and some of those tricks — 12 to be precise — are just what I’m going to share with you! Starting… now! ..."

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Curated Content Delivery Formats: Beyond News Portals and Magazines

Curated Content Delivery Formats: Beyond News Portals and Magazines | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

This article was written by Robin Good, one of our amazing curators on Scoopit. All I can say is it's about as good as it gets on this topic!

 

Intro:

 

Curating content and news is not just about the selection, editing and contextualization of stories about a specific topic or theme, but it is increasingly about how these information items are (collaboratively) gathered, organized, grouped, displayed and in which ways they can be accessed and browsed by those interested in them.

 

For me, one of the most fascinating aspects of this exploding content curation trend, is the speculative exploration of how "curated" content collections could best benefit from alternative and more effective delivery formats than the classic linear, top-to-bottom, chronological, river-of-news sequence.

 

Nothing wrong with this format, but it is a good format only if you want to give relevance to curated news stories in chronological order. Just like most news sources have done until today. The more recent, the higher in the list.

 

But anytime you are working to curate content according to non-chronological parameters, you are off into a largely unexplored and uncharted land.

 

At least for now.

 

As a matter of fact, there are positively more content types than the "breaking news" and the typical curated list, as much as there are a lot more ways to look at a curated set of information items beyond the habitual following of a linear vertical sequence.

 

In this article I lightly explore some of the reasons why I expect an explosion in content curated delivery formats, and then provide an extended list of both existing and new, emerging curated content delivery formats, that I expect you will start to see and use more frequently in the near future.

 

Here is what I see:


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excellent article!
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This is a great article Robin!
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The Challenge: Module 5/Day 5 - Curation Workflow

http://www.challenge.co/training/mod5/day5/ Nichelle Macphearson discusses the importance of setting up a content curation workflow for The Challenge. Find out more here: http://www.challenge.co/training/mod5/day5/

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Content Curation for Associations

Content Curation for Associations | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Posted by Ellen on August 19, 2011

All debates about using the terms “curation” and “curator” aside, figuring out ways of “finding, grouping, organizing or sharing the best and most relevant content on a specific issue”* is something that all associations should be doing.

 

Why?

Because we’re already doing most of it, and it’s a big (maybe even gigantic) reason our members pay dues to belong to our selective group.

 

They might not say it in so many words, but when they come to your organization — its educational sessions, conference, networking site, publications, benchmarking reports, research studies, etc. etc. — for help in developing their professional acumen, they’re actually relying on your ability to “find, group, organize, and share the best and most relevant content on a specific issue” so they can readily access it.

 

Aren’t they?!?

Of course they are.

But let’s take this amorphous idea of “content curation” and make it concrete and actionable. Ideas are great, after all, but useless unless we do something with them......

We have Rohit Bhargava, at the Influential Marketing Blog, to thank for the definition of content curation that we’re using here. Now we can thank him again for his “Five Models of Content Curation.”

He calls them “potential” models because he suggests there might be others (or these, altered in some way), but they’re a great place to start. Here are the five models (see his post for more detail around each of them):

[read full article http://j.mp/pZ0zmL]


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The Evolution of Digital: Entering the Era of Curation [Video]

The Evolution of Digital: Entering the Era of Curation [Video] | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Digital media is evolving. After years of rapid growth, we have entered an age of digital curation. Curation means selectivity in the way we use technology—it means drilling down, finding what tools work for which jobs and honing those tools.

 

This new era presents new opportunities for social change and economic growth.

 

That was the consensus amongst panelists at the Hamptons Institute, a televised conversation between new media leaders presented in July at Guild Hall in East Hampton, NY.

 

The forum included mavericks who have fueled the fire of social for some America’s biggest brands. They delved into how consumers and brands are connecting through new platforms and shared some worthy perceptions and conclusions about the long arc of digital technology.


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Become A Content Curation King: Nine Ways To Make Curation Work For Your Brand | ClickZ

Become A Content Curation King: Nine Ways To Make Curation Work For Your Brand | ClickZ | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Sean Carton | August 29, 2011

It's the "community" part that's at the heart of the whole curation movement and the most powerful element when it comes to curating content as a way of drawing traffic and attention in your marketing efforts. Just as a carefully-curated museum exhibit is sure to draw like-minded people together, carefully-curated content on the web has the potential to attract (and/or build) an online community of people who are into the same stuff.

 

Making curation work for your brand is a lot easier said than done. As countless would-be content curation kings (and queens) have found out, just gathering a lot of links together doesn't guarantee anything except that you'll spend a lot of time curating links. You need to commit resources to both curation and promotion if you're going to be successful. And that's just the first step. To truly succeed as a curator, you need to think like a curator (not just an aggregator) and keep the following in mind....

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Accessibility vs. Access: How the Rhetoric of “Rare” is Changing in the Age of Information Abundance

Accessibility vs. Access: How the Rhetoric of “Rare” is Changing in the Age of Information Abundance | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Maria Popova, Aug. 23.11

A great annotated version of the latest original article from Maria Popova. A great read from start to end.

"We’re in the habit of associating value with scarcity, but the digital world unlinks them.

 

You can be the sole owner of a Jackson Pollock or a Blue Mauritius but not of a piece of information — not for long, anyway.

 

Nor is obscurity a virtue.

 

A hidden parchment page enters the light when it molts into a digital simulacrum. It was never the parchment that mattered."
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Creator of Delicious Wants to Meet Your Needs With Jig | Nova Spivack - Minding the Planet

Creator of Delicious Wants to Meet Your Needs With Jig | Nova Spivack - Minding the Planet | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

Joshua Schachter, the creator of Delicious, has launched his newest creation, Jig.

At first glance the site seems a bit like Twitter, but it has a different focus. Instead of posting about what you are doing, you post about what you need. Then other people reply with suggestions, ideas, answers, help, or presumably commercial products and services that can meet your need.
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The Future of Education and the Social Learning Model | Eduplanet

The Future of Education and the Social Learning Model | Eduplanet | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

August 21, 2011

In their article, “Schooling as a Knowledge Profession,” Jal D. Mehta, Louis M. Gomez, & Anthony S. Bryk point out various flaws with the current educational system in America, the greatest of which being that we are still operating within a paradigm that mirrors the antiquated trends of the industrial age. ...
Within this system, educational reform will no longer be in the hands of those who do not spend time in the schools, but instead it will come from a diverse network of minds both outside and inside the school, owing to the possibility that effective reform could come from anywhere. Mehta, et al. conclude their article by saying, “in the world we envision, researchers, practitioners, and commercial partners will enter into a new and vibrant partnership where each contributes its distinctive expertise.”

Indeed, the future of education reform will most likely not come from a source that we expect. With this in mind, the new social learning model will be a most valuable asset to the American educational institution as we move forward."


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elearn Magazine: Managing the Flow of Information in Social Networks: How do you do it?

elearn Magazine: Managing the Flow of Information in Social Networks: How do you do it? | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

By Melissa A. Venable, Amy J. Hilbelink / August 2011
"A vast array of online information is available to us 24/7. The question becomes how to manage and consume that information. Can we filter or aggregate the information or simply hope for the best? As eLearning professionals, we want to stay current with the growing amount of information now available both inside and outside of academic journals. As colleagues sharing information from multiple outlets, we quickly found ourselves overwhelmed. Although social networking tools can help manage the information flow, as you add connections and join groups that mountain of information will continue to grow.

Social Networks as Aggregate or Filter? ..."

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Social Media, Curation and Beyond

Social Media, Curation and Beyond | Collaborative Content-Curation: new Forms of Reading & Writing #curation #journalism #education #e-learning | Scoop.it

JAN GORDONs Kbucket Collection about Curation & Social Media: very interesting & complex!

"KBucket is a user indexed search site. A place where experts “content curators” organize, comment, tag and publish their research. All KBucket pages are organized in multiple related lists of links."

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