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Take Note: How to Curate Learning Digitally

Take Note: How to Curate Learning Digitally | Moodle and Web 2.0 |
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.

Via Dr. Doris Molero, elearning hoje
Dr. Doris Molero's curator insight, January 15, 7:41 PM
Curation implies more than just collecting resources into a folder or notebook. It assumes a level of thoughtfulness as the curator considers the value that each artifact possesses within the context of the overall experience.

Students may choose to work on paper as well as digitally, taking photos to merge the two together. However, without careful consideration of curation, synthesis, and reflection, they may confuse the process rather than enhance it. Regardless of whether students prefer to initially take notes in physical or digital media, they need an opportunity to organize their work and connect ideas across the curriculum. At that point, the process shifts from simply transcribing notes to archiving learning. What are your thoughts about and experiences with digital curation?

Beth Holland Johns Hopkins University Doctoral Student & EdTechTeacher Instructor
shazia.wj's curator insight, January 17, 4:03 AM
How to curate digitally!