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Stop Calling It Curation

Stop Calling It Curation | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

Imagine, if you will, a world in which Richard Seaver or Robert Gottlieb had stomped their feet and huffed and puffed every time John Leonard forgot to give them their proper "hat tip." Or rather, as I joked on Twitter over the weekend about the new "Curator's Code," if Goethe had lived long enough to chide Mann for writing about Faust and giving a "ᔥ" to Marlowe but forgetting to give a "↬" to Goethe.


It's funny to think about! But only for a minute, since after that it all just becomes too depressing for words, because what we talk about when we talk about curation first of all sure ain't curation and secondly isn't even all that special. But mostly it's depressing because it's a conversation that happens at the expense of original content itself.


First, let's just get clear on the terminology here: "Curation" is an act performed by people with PhDs in art history; the business in which we're all engaged when we're tossing links around on the Internet is simple "sharing." And some of us are very good at that! (At least if we accept "very good" to mean "has a large audience.")


But we should not delude ourselves for a moment into bestowing any special significance on this, because when we do this thing that so many of us like to call "curation" we're not providing any sort of ontology or semantic continuity beyond that of our own whimsy or taste or desire. "Interesting things" or "smart things" are not rubrics that make the collection and dissemination of data that happens on the Internet anything closer to a curatorial act; these categories are ultimately still reducible to "things I find appealing," and regardless of how special one might feel about the highly cultivated state of his or her tastes there is no threshold of how many other people are eager to be on the receiving end of whatever it is we're sharing that somehow magically transforms this act into curation—that is, at least, unless we're also comfortable with arguing that "curation" is the act in which Buzzfeed is engaged. Or The Huffington Post. Or the top contributor on those weightlifting comment boards....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 6, 11:12 AM

Matt Langer argues sharing content does not deserve the lofty term "curation" with it's implied higher value. I disagree if you truly add value, insight, structure and filters to your sharing. Yes, there is no replacement for the original creation or content. But Goethe or Wallace Stevens didn't have the internet either! Today's curation is a response to overwhelming content volume and when done properly can fairly be called curation..

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 8, 10:06 AM

Matt Langer argues sharing content does not deserve the lofty term "curation" with it's implied higher value. I disagree if you truly add value, insight, structure and filters to your sharing. Yes, there is no replacement for the original creation or content. But Goethe or Wallace Stevens didn't have the internet either! Today's curation is a response to overwhelming content volume and when done properly can fairly be called curation..

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6 reasons why curation should be the foundation of your social strategy -

6 reasons why curation should be the foundation of your social strategy - | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Back in March 2015, Kristin Harad invited me to talk about content curation for financial professionals as part of the Implement Now practice management virtual summit. We had a great discussion about content curation and the importance of finding and sharing great content as part of one’s corporate and personal brand building activities. As Kristin and I discussed the six compelling reasons to …

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10 Excellent Social Bookmarking Tools for Teachers

10 Excellent Social Bookmarking Tools for Teachers | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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From Content Creation to Content Curation: Do You Have a “Decrapulation” Strategy? by Marc Rosenberg

From Content Creation to Content Curation: Do You Have a “Decrapulation” Strategy? by Marc Rosenberg | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
We search for something on the web, or on our organization’s intranet, only to find tons of outdated, irrelevant content. It seems we find it too easy to publish content and too bothersome to update or “unpublish” it. How do you avoid creating a content curation mess? Marc offers four guidelines ... http://elearningfeeds.com/from-content-creation-to-content-curation-do-you-have-a-decrapulation-strategy-by-marc-rosenberg/
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Sample These 45+ Content Tools to Create, Curate, and Measure

Sample These 45+ Content Tools to Create, Curate, and Measure | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
With thousands of tools available to marketers, choosing the right fit can feel overwhelming. Here’s a sampling of content creation solutions to get your search started. We’ve divided it into three sections: create, curate, and measure.
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 6, 2016 11:02 AM
Here are 45 content creation solutions to help you create, curate, and measure courtesy of the Content Marketing Institute.
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A Marketer’s Guide to Content Curation

A Marketer’s Guide to Content Curation | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Here's how marketers can get started with content curation to improve lead generation, increase trust, and reduce content development costs.
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Content curation in 5 steps
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Content Curator, nueva figura emergente

Content Curator, nueva figura emergente | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
El content curation es una estrategia que consiste en recopilar toda la información posible sobre un tema determinado, para así, poder hablar de él con propiedad, ofreciendo un contenido nuevo y de calidad, que aporte valor al lector.

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4 Great Digital Curation Tools Created by Teachers for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

4 Great Digital Curation Tools Created by Teachers for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

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Marta Torán's curator insight, April 29, 2016 3:51 PM
4 herramientas de curación de contenidos
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Curación de contenidos en educación: Separar el grano de la paja.

Curación de contenidos en educación: Separar el grano de la paja. | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Si te dedicas al mundo de la educación no te puedes perder este post sobre la curación de contenidos en el que te contamos todo lo que debes saber.

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ZARAPICO's curator insight, April 24, 2016 1:42 PM
tan necesario
Jimena Acebes Sevilla's curator insight, April 30, 2016 3:43 PM
Curar contenido es una competencia indispensable hoy en día. Herramientas para facilitar el trabajo.
Jimena Acebes Sevilla's curator insight, April 30, 2016 3:45 PM
Curar contenido es una competencia indispensable hoy en día, algunas herramientas para facilitar el trabajo...
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BookmarkOs. Trier et organiser efficacement tous vos favoris

BookmarkOs. Trier et organiser efficacement tous vos favoris | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

BookmarkOs est un outil de curation qui va vous permettre d’organiser tous les favoris ou bookmarks sur votre ou vos ordinateurs.  


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Jean-François Coulon's curator insight, March 17, 2016 4:51 AM
Un service en ligne qui répond aux défis posés par l’infobesité permanente que génère l’utilisation des ressources trouvées ici ou là ou là ou encore là :) sur le web.
HG Sempai's curator insight, March 19, 2016 5:09 AM
Un service en ligne qui répond aux défis posés par l’infobesité permanente que génère l’utilisation des ressources trouvées ici ou là ou là ou encore là :) sur le web.
GROUPE ISORE's curator insight, March 29, 2016 6:07 AM
Un service en ligne qui répond aux défis posés par l’infobesité permanente que génère l’utilisation des ressources trouvées ici ou là ou là ou encore là :) sur le web.
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Take Note: How to Curate learning digitally

Take Note: How to Curate learning digitally | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

Note taking lies at the heart of curricula around the world. Beginning in elementary school, we teach students to "take notes" so that they can maintain a record of the content disseminated to them by the teacher. And yet, with mobile devices replacing paper notebooks, this process has become increasingly complex as students (and teachers) struggle to apply previous strategies to new tools.


In the past, I wrote about the 4Ss of Note Taking With Technology. Students should choose a system that:

Supports their learning needsAllows them to save across devicesPossesses search capabilitiesCan be shared


While I realize that younger students need scaffolding to learn any system, older students need to think beyond just transcribing information. In an age when simple facts can be Googled and students create with a combination of analog and digital tools, they need to think about note taking as an opportunity to curate and synthesize information so that they can make conclusions, build deeper understanding, and construct new knowledge. Whether students choose to handwrite, sketch, or type their notes, the challenge lies not in choosing, but in creating a system that allows them to ultimately curate, synthesize, and reflect on what they learn.


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Rede social para professores disponibiliza 300 mil planos de aula

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TES (sigla em inglês para Times Educational Suplement) é uma plataforma digital de compartilhamento de conteúdos feitos por professores para professores. Com mais de 1,8 milhão de membros, distribuídos em 197 países, a ferramenta tem disponível mais

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More Content Doesn’t Equal More Learning

More Content Doesn’t Equal More Learning | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
With access to a world of information as close as our phones, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all there is to teach. New material continues to emerge in every academic discipline, and teachers feel a tremendous responsibility not only to stay current themselves, but to ensure that their learners are up to date on the most recent findings. Add to this information explosion the passionate desire by faculty members to share their particular areas of expertise and it’s easy to see why content continues to grow like the mythical Hydra of Greek legend. And like Hercules, who with each effort to cut off one of Hydra’s nine heads only to have two more grow in its place, faculty struggle to tame their content monsters.

The two most common strategies for managing course content rarely yield positive results. Cutting back or trimming content leads to agonizing decisions but does not produce substantive changes. Adding content to an already jam-packed syllabus puts us in a race to the course finish line—talking a mile a minute and leaving exhausted students in the dust. Learners in these scenarios liken the experience to trying to drink water from a fire hose. Hoarse, exhausted faculty and drowned, resentful students are not representative of the type of deep and meaningful learning that most of us aspire to.

Perhaps it’s time to rethink the role of content in teaching and learning. A fresh perspective on this problem includes thinking about our role as faculty and that of our students, as well as reconsidering the nature of curriculum design.

The role of “content expert” is a familiar and comfortable one for most of us, and the many years spent gaining expertise in a discipline may make us reluctant to relinquish this position. Yet a narrowly defined role as content expert invariably leads to a “content coverage” model of teaching that puts information transmission at the heart of what we do. And while accessing knowledge is essential in learning, it is not the end of learning.

What our students need from us is assistance in navigating the waters in an ocean of information. We can become “content curators” who judiciously select the best “artifacts” for learning, much like the museum curator analyzes and documents all of the materials available before selecting the best representations for any given collection. Our students also need to learn the skills necessary to review and evaluate various sources of information—and be able to differentiate what’s relevant, accurate, and reliable, and why. If we teach research and critical thinking skills, our learners will develop the capacity to cope with information overload, a problem that is unlikely to disappear in the near future.

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Can WordPress Autoblogging Plugins Be Used for Both Content Curation and Aggregation? - WP Mayor

Can WordPress Autoblogging Plugins Be Used for Both Content Curation and Aggregation? - WP Mayor | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

There is so much that goes on behind the scenes of a website. For instance, content creation, security and backup measures, constant updates, design overhauls, and even running an online business. However, your site visitors do not care how much is on your plate at any given time. That’s why many website owners have given in to the increasingly popular method of autoblogging.


In the past, we have shared with you how to automatically post content from one website to another, some of the best autoblogging plugins on the market today, and even how to build a complete autoblogging website from the ground up. However today, we are not going to go into the technical or step-by-step details of autoblogging. Instead, we are going to develop a better understanding of how you can curate and aggregate quality web content for your website using the popular WordPress autoblogging plugin WP RSS Aggregator.


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Learn how to get in on content curation for your WordPress website using the popular autoblogging WordPress plugin WP RSS Aggregator. It's a novel way to curate.

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 8, 10:03 AM

Learn how to get in on content curation for your WordPress website using the popular autoblogging WordPress plugin WP RSS Aggregator. It's a novel way to curate.

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Estefanía de Régil: “La curación de contenidos es necesaria si no queremos que este mar de información nos devore“ | Los Content Curators

Estefanía de Régil: “La curación de contenidos es necesaria si no queremos que este mar de información nos devore“ | Los Content Curators | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

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Marta Torán's curator insight, May 18, 3:51 PM

Javier Guallar entrevista a Estefanía de Régil, una gran curadora de contenidos.

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Estefanía de Régil es diplomada en Biblioteconomía y Documentación y se especializó profesionalmente en documentación y edición fotográfica. En la actualidad mantiene una intensa presencia en plataformas Social Media como su blog personal o su proyecto e-Mayores. Sigo a menudo las publicaciones de curación de contenidos de Estefanía tanto en los blogs que mantiene como en los que colabora (como El Documentalista Audiovisual) así como su actividad de curadora en Twitter. En estas líneas nos cuenta cómo trabaja.
 
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A Musical Ode To Digital Curation - Part 1

A truly inspiring class project by @JoyceValenza. 


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Juan J Clerici's curator insight, September 25, 2016 12:39 AM
Un ejercicio entre estudiantes y docentes termina en este musical, que puede bien merecer el título de Himno a la Curación de Contenidos....
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Nine Content Tools to Improve Your Online Presence Through Curation

Nine Content Tools to Improve Your Online Presence Through Curation | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

The more relevant, interesting, and even entertaining the content that you share or publish, the more your audience will view you as a trustworthy source of information and not just a provider of a product or service. That perception builds trust, helps with branding, and enhances your customer relationships.


Content curation is the practice of seeking out and sharing content with your users that you believe is relevant to them. It can be done through your blog, email marketing, your website, or social media channels.


The key to successful curation is to find content that is both useful to your audience and consistent with your branding. If the content that you curate also happens to be trending, that's even better; however, just because the content is popular, doesn't mean it's appropriate for your business or your customers.


Fortunately, you don't have to scour the Internet for content to curate. Many tools are available to help you find and share great content online....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 6, 2016 11:11 AM

More cool curation tools from Marketing Profs.

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5 Best Tools to Help Save Web Pages for Reading Later

5 Best Tools to Help Save Web Pages for Reading Later | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Need to save articles, videos or webpages for later access? Check out our selection of 5 best tools to save pages for later reading.
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Content Curation in Action: Ten Great Examples

Content Curation in Action: Ten Great Examples | Cibereducação | Scoop.it

Most content marketers are familiar with the concept of content curation, even if they’re not practicing it themselves just yet. Sometimes this can be because they don’t have any good examples to go off. As they say in storytelling, it’s often better to show rather than tell.


To this end Curata decided to showcase several businesses successfully curating content for their brands, whether business or consumer-facing, on their own platform or through social channels. The ten companies below are doing curation right.


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 27, 2016 1:19 AM

These ten businesses are successfully curating content for their brands, whether business or consumer-facing, on their own platform or through social channels.

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Digital Promise Puts Education Research All In One Place

Digital Promise Puts Education Research All In One Place | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
A new tool lets educators and ed-tech developers easily find peer-reviewed research articles relevant to their work.
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How to Find Amazing Content That No One Knows About...Yet

How to Find Amazing Content That No One Knows About...Yet | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Sending a newsletter in itself is not difficult. But curating an excellent newsletter that people love and find valuable is much more challenging. Creating a successful newsletter takes a lot more thought and effort than linking a handful of articles in an email template. You need a trusted arsenal of content curation tools to help you manage all the content.

Let’s take a closer look at what it takes to be a curator, the content curation tools available to you, and how you can find content that few people are already sharing. To get started, there are three things a curator should do before they start to source their content.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, April 28, 2016 7:31 PM

Here's a useful post that shows how curators can work best and looks at 10e best curation tools available.

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The 5 Models Of Content Curation

The 5 Models Of Content Curation | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
Curation has always been an underrated form of creation. The Getty Center in Los Angeles is one of the most frequently visited museums in America - and started as a private art collection from one man (J.
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Best Way To Learn Any Subject: Curation — Content Curation Official Guide — Medium

Best Way To Learn Any Subject: Curation - Content Curation Official Guide - Medium
Why is content curation so relevant for learning?


Because the best way to learn something is not by memorizing facts, formulas, numbers or dates as we are taught since elementary school. The best way to learn anything is by diving into it.


When you memorize something, all you do is imprint that fact or info into your memory in a way that can be easily recalled. But memorizing that fact has nothing to do with actually “knowing”, which entails your understanding or comprehending of why that fact it is the way it is.


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La "agregación" de contenido es una tecnología, la curación es una práctica humana

La "agregación" de contenido es una tecnología, la curación es una práctica humana | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
La curación de contenidos o filtrado de contenidos (content curation) consiste en recopilar, filtrar y compartir contenidos de valor sobre un tema concreto… pero se trata de contenidos que no son propios, si no de terceras personas o empresas. El responsable de esta tarea es el content curator y su criterio y selección manual es lo que marca la estrategia de curación. Fuente: Marketing de contenidos (ed. Anaya, 2013). Proviene del inglés, “content curation”, y si lo aplicamos al mundo de Internet y los medios sociales consiste en el proceso de filtrar, agrupar y compartir toda la información proveniente de estas fuentes para quedarse con la mejor, la más completa y la que más puede interesar al usuario. Hace unas semanas hicimos una recopilación competa de herramientas.

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#Jerby's curator insight, December 7, 2015 4:33 AM

Las máquinas agregan, las personas curan.

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How 7 Top Influencers Share Great Content on Twitter

How 7 Top Influencers Share Great Content on Twitter | Cibereducação | Scoop.it
You need to find a platform to distribute your content. This article reveals how the top Twitter influencers share great content.

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