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IJCCI volume 1, issue 3, July 2014 - IJCCI - International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries | Facebook

IJCCI volume 1, issue 3, July 2014 - IJCCI - International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries | Facebook | CurationEd | Scoop.it
IJCCI's special issue on "Contemporary Curation: Theory and Practice" is now available on www.ijcci.net
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The role of the curator, aircraft carriers as curated destinations, private, personal curation, Aboriginal curation, academic research as curation--and much more.  Curation is maturing in the scholarly realm and the digital realm. 

 

The first article is about the new role of curator and is a profound one.  I feel that it has a new vocabulary that fits in with my work on connected learning:  peripheral vision, polyphonic voice, and improvisation. Money quote: the curator is an agile decoder.

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Say goodbye to the video store, hello to the non-profit foundation

Say goodbye to the video store, hello to the non-profit foundation | CurationEd | Scoop.it
How one of the last video stores turned non-profit with an eye on preservation.
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Connecting to "customers" means attending to "customers".  And by "customers" I mean any folk you relate to and connect with. You curate for them by all means reasonable and ethical.  The lesson for me here is that whoever you are and whatever you do, you are a magnificent and unique filter for the world.  Your neurons fire in ways that no one else does or can.  If you are attuned to that and share that, you will be adding signal and not noise to the world.

 

That is exactly what this for-profit, old skool video story did.  It re-tuned its signal so that it broadcast on a new, non-profit wavelength whose mission is to preserve the best of a still considerable body of work--the VHS tape.  Beautiful aikido move. Just beautiful.  Anybody else done anything similar to this in a school setting?

 

If my classroom is analogous to VHS then what would it mean to retune that classroom wavelength with all its content?  I am considering this now because I have had a devilish time all summer considering how much my classroom seems to resemble more and more a well-loved but increasingly obsolete museum piece.  

 

How can I take the me that created the content with care and experience and transform it into something of greater value to my audience/students/customers/clients?  I am my classroom, but that is the VHS of future ed unless I find a way to become a something else.  I don't want a total teacher makeover.  I want to shift what I already do in a way that makes similar sense to the main point in this article.  I don't just want to just recategorize the tapes on the shelves of the Titanic Video Store.

 

Perhaps the way to do that is to view the classroom with its attendant content and affordances as a fully-functioning connection jukebox.  You measure its effectiveness by how much it brings together the players in the service of both their own interests and something larger than their own self-interest.  

 

That will be where I am headed in #ccourses this term. Tomorrow as I begin my term I will present this to my new clients/customers/audience/students and we shall see what they have to say about shifting their stance a bit and recalibrating their vision of what constitutes success in a writing "classroom".

 

 

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A Beginner’s Guide to Content Curation

A Beginner’s Guide to Content Curation | CurationEd | Scoop.it
What is content curation? This beginners guide to content curation answers that question and more.
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Lots of good ideas from Hootsuite's blog many of which are reuseable in educational digital spaces.

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Content Curation: The Art and Science of Spotting Awesome

Content Curation: The Art and Science of Spotting Awesome | CurationEd | Scoop.it
Content curation - the process of finding, organizing, and  sharing topical, relevant content for your audience that supports your nonprofit's engagement or campaign goals (or your professional learning) begins with "Spotting the Awesome."   I love that phrase coined by my frie
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"Spotting the awesome" makes it seem like you are a birder in the wild looking for that rara avis that is worth all the effort.  A real course-in-a-box style blog post.

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Product Review: Email Marketing with MailChimp ...

Product Review: Email Marketing with MailChimp ... | CurationEd | Scoop.it
MailChimp is a Web-based email marketing service that comes with a suite of tools. If you're considering using it, read this in-depth MailChimp review.
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MailChimp now works with Scoop.It so that you can reach a newsletter audience as well as you online curated audience.  It is a breeze to use and free.

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As We May Think: A 1945 Essay on Information Overload, “Curation,” and Open-Access Science

As We May Think: A 1945 Essay on Information Overload, “Curation,” and Open-Access Science | CurationEd | Scoop.it
Shaz J's insight:

Curation ain't new, and neither is this post. But I really liked this little diagram. 

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Shaz J's comment, May 3, 2013 3:26 AM
Interesting that you link it to the academic year, despite the P2PU course being in the summer last year. Is it because of a holiday, or because your curation is linked to academia?
Terry Elliott's comment, May 3, 2013 5:56 AM
What I meant was that as my teaching demands taper off, my curation begins again. I think by winding up I meant "gearing up".
Shaz J's comment, May 4, 2013 3:57 AM
Then looking forward to it!
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Introducing The Curator’s Code: A Standard for Honoring Attribution of Discovery Across the Web

Introducing The Curator’s Code: A Standard for Honoring Attribution of Discovery Across the Web | CurationEd | Scoop.it

I am struck by Steven Johnson remix quote, "Chance favors the connected mind."  And I admire Popova's attempt to corral the idea of 'curation' into a manifesto.

 

Again, the humble bookmarklet is proving to be the catalyst for bringing together the bone, muscle, and sinew of the Internet in ways that continually surprise me.  I am not sure whether there needs to be a distinction between the attribution of direct and indirect discovery for the user of the link.  How much does knowing the connection to the original curator was either of these ?  I am sure there is a good answer to this, but I am not sure what it is. 

 

Any way you look at it, the 'actionable code of ethics' that this represents is as handy as a pocket knife in a mailroom.

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VanessaVaile's curator insight, June 18, 10:56 AM

Because many #adjunct activist & #socialmedia sharers should be more attentive to attribution…more annotations & fewer links just thrown like spaghetti on the wall (usually Facebook) to see what sticks would be another plus

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Digital Curation: Have a backup plan!

Digital Curation: Have a backup plan! | CurationEd | Scoop.it

Using a curation tool - Storify - failed because of a glitch in the cloud. No back up plan meant students collectively evaluated alternatives. 

Good story, with a public GoogleDoc to see the results too. 

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When Educators Become Curators - keynote slides #moothr12

Slides from my virtual keynote at the Croatian MoodleMoot, June 2012.

 

Good stuff, good overview of digital curation, tools,etc and ways that Moodle can be used as a mixing panel. Useful for teachers who may currently be using Moodle as a teacher centred storage repository rather than harnessing its collaborative features. 

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Shaz J's comment, September 7, 2012 7:02 PM
Thank you for this clear overview.

Major bonus points in my book for including the Dilbert cartoon. I get a daily feed - must have missed this gem! :D
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What Is Content Curation: My Collection of the Best Definitions « ALLWEBTUTS

What Is Content Curation: My Collection of the Best Definitions « ALLWEBTUTS | CurationEd | Scoop.it

Robin Good tackles the thorny issue of definition.  How do we define content curation and what are the implications behind those definitions.  I would think that most definitions arise from a philosophical point of view that shapes what is defined.  Anyone interested in addressing this issue further perhaps in Google + Hangout or an asynchronous document like a hackpad or a Google doc?

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Is Content Curation Just Organized Theft?

Under that provocative title, Justin P Lambert actually does a great favor to Curators by outlining a key point between plagiarism, social sharing and curation.

 

While blog plagiarism has been as old as blog platforms - Justin shares his own story - he defines the clear line that exists between:

1. blog users who copy/paste entire articles 

2. social media users who share randomly without having their "audience’s needs or desires in mind"

3. curators who - he says - "put their audience first"

 

Curation done right "involves figuring out what your audience wants and needs to know about and then sifting through the overwhelming amount of information out there to hand-pick specific items that you know they will benefit from." This is a pretty good definition of Curation in my opinion and one of its direct consequences is that Curation works better in a topic-centric model.

 

Defining a topic and making your editorial line clear is a great first step to develop an audience with their interests in mind.


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Gilbert Faure au nom de l'ASSIM's comment, August 31, 2012 2:52 PM
Title is provocative, cintent of the blog page less so.
Curation we did it science before internet, reading current contents for instance to keep abreast of published literature but it was impossible to access grey literature (reports, press releases; patents...) and not so easy to archive and find xerocopies.
Tools like scoop it should be a tremendous progress for specific audiences, if curators are doing the human job on a day to day basis. Theyr are more like dedicated journalists of special topics and those are not considered as thieves.
Guillaume Decugis's comment, August 31, 2012 2:54 PM
Thanks Gilbert for the comment. I of course agree (but I think Justin too: he actually defended the value curators bring and listed Scoop.it in the tools he loves :-). And you're right to point out Curation is an old habit which is just changing with technology and new platforms like ours. Thanks for the praise on Scoop.it!
Shaz J's comment, September 2, 2012 3:35 AM
I like the idea of the "set it and forget it" value of Scoop.it. But then that is definitely a dimension of the tool that one would have to consider - is that what you want from your curation? Does that match your audience?
I find this to be a very important point, especially for me personally. Thank you.
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Content Curation & Fair Use: 5 Rules to being an Ethical Content Curator - Content Curation Marketing

Content Curation & Fair Use: 5 Rules to being an Ethical Content Curator - Content Curation Marketing | CurationEd | Scoop.it

Content Curation & Fair Use: 5 Rules to being an Ethical Content Curator (RT @Curate_Content: Content Curation & Fair Use: 5 Rules to being an Ethical Content Curator
- Content Curation Marketi...)...   Some quick ideas about ethical content curation which can form a handy guide. What about legal considerations of curating content?

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Shaz J's comment, September 2, 2012 3:33 AM
Thanks for this. I'm not sure what your "SEO" is, but sounds good.
Terry Elliott's comment, September 2, 2012 8:01 PM
SEO=search engine optimization.

I think that this article argues that contextualization is all--at least ethically. There needs to be a reason to grab the article and that reason needs to relate to the purpose and audience you are addressing in your curatorial activity. Agree.
Shaz J's comment, September 3, 2012 3:21 AM
More and more I see these arguments that curation needs context and audience. Yes, absolutely.
Yet there seems to be a bit less of a discussion about what and how to choose your audience, no?
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Curators Create The Metadata Needed To Enable Our Emerging Collective Intelligence

I am more and more of the opinion that curators are the heart of the Web's immune system.  Curators are the phages who couple and de-couple the great trains of information in the endless railyards of the Internet.  Like teachers, these folk have a thankless job that never ends.  Consider the lowly Wikipedia gnome as one example of these curating phages selecting out the good so that it can become adopted and adapted by others.  How do curators do this?  Idiosyncratically, but with an eye ever towards increasing signal and reducing noise.  If you will pardon another comparison, they are the transistors of the information conduit, a gate that lets one thing in and not another.  Maxwell's demons, that's what curators are.







Robin Good: Participatory culture writer and book author Henry Jenkins interviews cyberculture pioneer Howard Rheingold (Net Smart, 2012) by asking him to explain some of the concepts that have helped him become a paladin of the  and "new literacies" so essential for survival in the always-on information-world we live in today.

 

This is part three of a long and in-depth interview (Part 2, Part 1) covering key concepts and ideas as the value of "community" and "networks", the architecture of participation, affinity working spaces, and curation.

Here is a short excerpt of Howard response to a question about curation and its value as both a “fundamental building block” of networked communities and as an important form of participation:

 

Howard Rheingold: "...at the fundamental level, curation depends on individuals making mindful and informed decisions in a publicly detectable way.

 

Certainly just clicking on a link, “liking” or “plussing” an item online, adding a tag to a photograph is a lightweight element that can be aggregated in valuable ways (ask Facebook).

 

But the kind of curation that is already mining the mountains of Internet ore for useful and trustworthy nuggets of knowledge, and the kind that will come in the future, has a strong literacy element.

 

Curators don’t just add good-looking resources to lists, or add their vote through a link or like, they summarize and contextualize in their own words, explicitly explain why the resource is worthy of attention, choose relevant excerpts, tag thoughtfully, group resources and clearly describe the grouping criteria."

 

In other words, "curators" are the ones creating the metadata needed to empower our emerging collective intelligence.

 

Curation Is The Social Choice About What Is Worth Paying Attention To.

 

Good stuff. In-depth. Insightful. 8/10

 

Full interview: http://henryjenkins.org/2012/08/how-did-howard-rheingold-get-so-net-smart-an-interview-part-three.html

 

 


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Liz Renshaw's comment, September 8, 2012 9:57 PM
Agree with posts about curation guiding self reflection. This interview in particular is top value and two of my fav people indeed.
SilviaArano's comment, October 3, 2012 2:57 AM
Thanks your for this
Andrew McRobert's curator insight, August 19, 8:43 AM

8. This links a series of three interviews quite lengthy but there is some insightful information for the novice in the digital information age. There is video links within the article, including a great question and answer with Robin Good on curation. The video brings a balance to this inclusion.

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How To Rewire Your Brain For Greater Happiness

How To Rewire Your Brain For Greater Happiness | CurationEd | Scoop.it
The bad news: Our brains are wired to be negative. The good news: Happiness doesn't mean you have to be naive, just think realistically.
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Content Curation as a Problem-Solving, Re-Assembling and Stewardship Process

Content Curation as a Problem-Solving, Re-Assembling and Stewardship Process | CurationEd | Scoop.it

Via Robin Good, Yashy Tohsaku
Terry Elliott's insight:

The image above amounts to a template for curating a digital space:

 

1. Find something timeless to curate.

2. Fit it into a pattern that makes sense.

3. Find a larger context for why this matters.

4. Share widely.

 

I think this fits into Harold Jarche’s simpler seek-sense-share framework.

 

Why does this matter?  If curation is all that Tufte and Bhatt say it is, then why aren’t scaffolds like these being used more often for training and in learning systems?  I am using the curation tool Scoop.it to do curation with my freshman comp students.  They use Scoop.it as their introductory platform  for beginning to acquire the skills  Tufte enumerates above that are part of the academic and business spaces they will eventually live in.  I am hoping they will demonstrate why it curation matters as they seek-sense-share their way to long and short form ‘texts’ that they will be writing all semester. That will include essays, tweets, G+ community posts, blog posts, research papers, emails, plusses, favs, instagrams, zeegas, slideshares, pictures, and a massive mobile presence from their own digital spaces.  Wish me luck.

Interesting links from article and from comments:

http://curation.wikispaces.com/General+References“Digital Media and Learner Identity: The New Curatorship”: http://www.palgraveconnect.com/pc/doifinder/10.1057/9781137004864http://www.lkl.ac.uk/people/potterhttp://digitalcurationandlearning.wordpress.com/http://digitalcurationandlearning.wordpress.com/2014/02/01/curatorship-is-a-new-literacy-practice/http://luke-callahan.com/students-must-curate-create-a-portfolio/

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, July 26, 6:56 PM

Thinking of teaching as curating is one possible way of extending and transforming what we think about education. It takes us beyond the over-simplified reforms cast down from on high and reflects new ways of thinking about transforming education

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, July 27, 8:13 PM

Filter bubbles are an unconscious or conscious choice in shaping our information choices.  What is your stewardship of your inputs, filters and sharing in the social world?  ~  Deb

Terry Elliott's curator insight, August 16, 7:23 AM

The image above amounts to a template for curating a digital space:

Find something timeless to curate.Fit it into a pattern that makes sense.Find a larger context for why this matters.Share widely.

I think this fits into Harold Jarche’s simpler seek-sense-share framework.

Why does this matter?  If curation is all that Tufte and Bhatt say it is, then why aren’t scaffolds like these being used more often for training and in learning systems?  I am using the curation tool Scoop.it to do curation with my freshman comp students.  They use Scoop.it as their introductory platform  for beginning to acquire the skills  Tufte enumerates above that are part of the academic and business spaces they will eventually live in.  I am hoping they will demonstrate why it curation matters as they seek-sense-share their way to long and short form ‘texts’ that they will be writing all semester. That will include essays, tweets, G+ community posts, blog posts, research papers, emails, plusses, favs, instagrams, zeegas, slideshares, pictures, and a massive mobile presence from their own digital spaces.  Wish me luck.

Interesting links from article and from comments:

http://curation.wikispaces.com/General+References“Digital Media and Learner Identity: The New Curatorship”: http://www.palgraveconnect.com/pc/doifinder/10.1057/9781137004864http://www.lkl.ac.uk/people/potterhttp://digitalcurationandlearning.wordpress.com/http://digitalcurationandlearning.wordpress.com/2014/02/01/curatorship-is-a-new-literacy-practice/http://luke-callahan.com/students-must-curate-create-a-portfolio/
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Your Brain on Nature: Forest Bathing and Reduced Stress

Your Brain on Nature: Forest Bathing and Reduced Stress | CurationEd | Scoop.it
Studies show shinrin-yoku, also known as forest bathing or time spent in green spaces, can reduce the stress hormone cortisol and increase your immune defense system.
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What does work like this suggest about digital spaces?  My mom always kicked me out of the house when I had been playing inside too much.  Do we need to strongly suggest that folks get out and play?  Is there any way to re-create the effect of nature in digital spaces?  Screensavers that engage after so many minutes with high rez pics of nature?  Or in the act of doing 'learning walks', of going outside and getting our dose of nature and recording that walk, that we gain even more good.  I don't know, but maybe we should all have that voice in your head that says, "Get down. Get out and play." 

 

BTW, my mother was a whiz at going outside and playing with us:  marbles, baseball, basketball, kites, mumbledypeg (a freaking knife game and she was scary good).  The purest athlete I have ever known.

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Content Discovery Tools by Robin Good | ZEEF

Content Discovery Tools by Robin Good | ZEEF | CurationEd | Scoop.it
Where do you find new valuable content for your area of interest? Here a few selected tools that can help you out.

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I love how this has a such a Web 1.0 start page simplicity to it.  Robin Good has given anyone a roadmap for the deep dive that research has become.  This page acts as a prefilter for almost any topic you might be interested.  He has this also as a monstrous mindmap with a bit different emphasis elsewhere, but I am less intimidated by this one.  This is now my first stop in the morning.  Thanks, Robin

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7 smart techniques for content curation | Socialbrite

RT @socialbrite: And here's Beth @Kanter on 7 smart techniques for content curation: http://t.co/oPyeHKAn
#CommBuild #curation
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Specifically interesting for me with an interesting in non-profits and development. Need to remember to make the link to the purpose of the action!

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SMOOC's curator insight, February 18, 4:33 PM

Great Techniques for content creation

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Teaching Kids to Curate Content Collections [ACTIVITY] - The Tempered Radical

Teaching Kids to Curate Content Collections [ACTIVITY] - The Tempered Radical | CurationEd | Scoop.it
While there are a ton of essential skills that today's students need in order to succeed in tomorrow's world, learning to efficiently manage -- and to evaluate the reliability of -- the information that they stumble across online HAS to...
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Paula Silva's curator insight, December 15, 2012 1:40 PM

An interesting example of using tools for educational purposes. Scoop.it can be used to:

1- teach kids to search;  2- manage information, evaluate sources and build collections and 3- allow kids to publish content on topics that are  part of the curriculum. 

 

Image source: http://blog.emints.org/?p=771

CoordenadorTic's curator insight, December 16, 2012 6:40 AM

"An interesting example of using tools for educational purposes. Scoop.it can be used to:1- teach kids to search;  2- manage information, evaluate sources and build collections and 3- allow kids to publish content on topics that are  part of the curriculum." via @Paula Silva

Heiko Idensen's comment, December 17, 2012 3:08 AM
#curation as an educational process is a very interesting method in #elearning
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Curation Platforms | Comparison tables - SocialCompare

Curation Platforms | Comparison tables - SocialCompare | CurationEd | Scoop.it

Big ol' list of curation  tools

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Content Curation for Personal Learning and Sharing | Flexibility ...

Content Curation for Personal Learning and Sharing | Flexibility ... | CurationEd | Scoop.it

See on Scoop.it – Curation in Higher Education This was the meme I, @josemota, and @etutoria prepared for The PLE Conference 2012 (1). Memes of this sort are supposed to be fun – that's what we tried to achieve through ... Memes are pretty popular at the moment so this is just to bring a smile to our faces. :-)

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Curation is sharing with discernment

Curation is sharing with discernment | CurationEd | Scoop.it

 

I think Paula Silva summed it up pretty well:

 

One of the important elements of the tripartite model of content curation is sharing. It assumes the value which is determined by the purpose and the objectives set by the topic curator(s). Sharing may, for example, follow a marketing strategy or may be moved by the spontaneity of the curator (or the user/follower). With regard to Personal Knowledge Management (PKM), Harold Jarche highlights a significant aspect to guide sharing: discernment, i.e., when sharing you must be aware of the following aspects: when, with whom and how. Sharing can be done openly, through a blog, or it can be targeted to a particular community or network. Like PKM, when you are curating, a discerning sharing also contributes to build trust. If a curator sets himself as a reliable node for a community or network, his intervention will have a greater value and impact.

 

Image credit:Harold Jarche

 http://www.jarche.com/2012/08/sharing-with-discernment/


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Terry Elliott's comment, October 5, 2012 11:32 AM
I really am drawn by the graphic and the abstraction, discernment, is full of resonants, aftertones, undertones, and tones yet to be heard but imminent. Discernment changes daily. I think this is a reminder that we need to approach curation with a 'prayer' of focus. For example, in curation-ed I need to invoke a hope to find words, minds, and text that will help us all seek/filter/create sense/discern/and share.
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Why a Fancy Art Museum Is Curating a Collection of Cat Videos

Why a Fancy Art Museum Is Curating a Collection of Cat Videos | CurationEd | Scoop.it
Can the Internet's fervor for felines translate to in-person interactions?

 

Proof that curation doesn't have to be too serious, but can still be done well. There is always a niche - have hope!

 

That, and I am partial to cats :P

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Terry Elliott's comment, September 2, 2012 8:16 PM
This is really evocative--go from the digital back to the analog. And the crowd they are expecting, 5000, indicates they just might have found that the arrow of social connection, unlike the arrow of time, doesgo both ways.

Thanks for this. I had dismissed it when my daughter mentioned this over a Saturday meal, but now I see its larger significnce.
Shaz J's comment, September 3, 2012 3:26 AM
Haha, that's great! I take that as a sign of effectiveness.

I think this is important because cat videos have been such a booming internet phenomenon and just as you say, bringing it from the digital to the physical, _through curation_. It feels a bit like the the traditional sense of curation, as in a museum, just with internet material.

(Note: Just for shits and giggles, this one actually won something, and it's pretty good! http://bit.ly/Hp1d9K)
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The RSS NewsMaster

The RSS NewsMaster | CurationEd | Scoop.it
The NewsMaster: A New Emergent Socio-Professional Role In the beginning was Yahoo and AltaVista. Then Google came...

 

Those are the words that mark the post that anyone who is interested in curation needs to read and build upon.  I return to Robin Good's words as a compass to my curatorial life. I hope he continues to revise them as he progresses down his own curatorial road.

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Websites and Apps for Teaching Digital Writing

Websites and Apps for Teaching Digital Writing | CurationEd | Scoop.it

I find this type of curation more and more useful. 

 

I also like the verb choice of _crafting_ collaborative texts, etc.. I think that highlights the agency and reflection that I've found as a good input and ouput of curative practice.

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Shaz J's comment, August 23, 2012 5:53 PM
EDIT: "curative" ?