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Digital Preservation in a Box | A product of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance

"Welcome to Digital Preservation in a Box. DPB is a product of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance’s Outreach Working Group and is designed as a toolkit to support outreach activities that introduce the basic concepts of preserving digital information. The DPB provides the best available resources and tools to help you communicate digital preservation and stewardship concepts and issues.

 

The materials are geared towards a general audience who routinely create or manage digital information, but who may need a working knowledge of this area for digital preservation on the job or for training others on how to preserve digital resources.

 

The materials can be appropriately used to communicate to professional audiences or to students of all ages." -- from the Source "National Digital Stewardship Alliance"

 

NOTE: My Re-Scoop.it for Digital Curation: A Comprehensive Resource Guide from R. Good's Scoop.it has generated a lot of interest. This is one of the referenced sites in the Guide from the National Digital Stewardship Alliance. I like this resource because as they say it is "geared towards a general audience." But it is applicable for professional audiences as well as "students of all age."

 

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The Content Grid v2 [Infographic] | Eloqua Blog

The Content Grid v2 [Infographic] | Eloqua Blog | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

"The Content Grid v2 picks up where its predecessor left off. Intact is the prescriptive connection between content type and distribution channel. New is the perspective of the buyer, a multi-stage purchase funnel, and a comprehensive collection of KPIs (like they say, “What isn’t measured, isn’t purchased.”). Although v2 contains significantly more information than the original, the new design is infinitely more simple. This achievement is a tribute to the unrivaled design team at JESS3 – and the clarity of client/agency communication that comes only with time and trust." -- from the Source.

 

http://media.eloqua.com/images/The-Content-Grid-v2.jpg

 

NOTE: While this infographic is focused on marketing, it can also be applied to the timeline of developing courseware as well. 

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Content Curation

Content Curation | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
Content Curation meaning with example.Know how to curate content,find list of content curation tools.

 

GHBrett comment: This article explains Content Curation briefly and then includes a list of 50 linked applications or web sites for Content Curation. This is worth a look if you are collecting information from varied sources to share with other folks.


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Curation and reblogging

Curation and reblogging | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

"While both can lead consumers on a unexpected journey, chasing the white rabbit into previously unexplored corners of the web, [a Curator] actually helps sift through the media abyss, singling out worthwhile information, and often “adding value” by lending context through their own ideas and opinions. The former are rebloggers."

 

Great pick by Robin Good where writer Chris DeLine goes through the recent attacks on Tumblr to actually paint an interesting picture of Curation as something "not entirely different than Creation."

 

Reading this article took me back to when we started Scoop.it. Back then, we felt the need - in spite of Tumblr's already growing success back then - for a platform dedicated to Curation. While some questioned the opportunity, this post and the growing success not just of Scoop.it but other curation services are a great sign of the legitimacy of that need.

 

Interestingly as well, it's fascinating to me to see that post curated with one angle by Robin, with another angle by Jan and then by me with a different twist again. This is typical of this idea that Curation is some form of creation: by enabling expression. I would not have picked up Drake's opening comment nor would I have thought about writing about it but I can more easily express some thought on a piece of already-existing content. Hopefully adding context for a particular audience which - with great satisfaction - we see Scoop.it users develop a lot more (and in a better way) than - says DeLine - "rebloggers, basking in all the beautiful projections on their Tumblr sites and Pinterest pages, hoping that someone (anyone!) stumbles across them and sees the collection as a reflection of themselves."

 

(Image credit: Shutterstock)

 


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Sinan Zirić's curator insight, January 19, 2013 11:50 AM

This is an excellent Curation review.

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The Unanticipated Benefits of Content Curation

This is a slideshare presentation by Beth Kanter on Curation. If you've followed this topic for a while, you've seen other great posts by Beth on Curation such as this one for NTEN but this one is an up-to-date version which is worth looking at again. 

 

Curation is an idea that has been maturing fast recently. And it's great seeing Beth push the anlysis and highlights its specifities and best practices. She also commented this presentation and the corresponding webinar here on her blog.


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