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Lord of Curation Series: Howard RheingoldScoop.it

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Our Lord of Curation series presents to you some of the great curators on Scoop.it. They are here to share their insights and advice with you.....Howard Rheingold is a critic, writer, and teacher; his specialties are on the cultural, social and...
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Content Curation Tool Scoop.It

Content Curation Tool Scoop.It | An Eye on New Media | Scoop.it

A quality overview as a pseudo-tutorial for using scoop.it

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I found a wonderful Scoop.it. E-Learning in the Classroom |

I found a wonderful Scoop.it.  E-Learning in the Classroom | | An Eye on New Media | Scoop.it
What does e-Learning look like in the classroom?
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3 Ways Content “Curation” Can Boost Content “Creation”

3 Ways Content “Curation” Can Boost Content “Creation” | An Eye on New Media | Scoop.it

Content curation seems to be the only sanity-saving cure to information overload! Still, content marketers often face the dilemma of weighing the pros and cons of content creation versus content curation.

 

We have been looking at curation and creation as a two separate practices. Yet I beg to differ: content curation can give a huge boost to content creation and that is the key point I want to make in this article.

 

Content curation can help in refining created content in three different ways.


1. Curated Content Can Inspire Topics For Created Content...

2. Build On Curated Content To Create Your Own Content...

3. Use Curated Content As A “Teaser” To Drive Traffic To Your Own Content...

 

I can’t think of a better way to sum up this article than sharing the following quote:
"Strangely enough, curation shifts the balance of power back to brands and publications. While anyone can make content, the decision to gather it, and present it by trusted content curators has more risk, and therefore more value"...

 

[read full article http://j.mp/u6IJ4p]


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janlgordon's comment, November 22, 2011 3:21 PM
Hi Beth,
I agree with you, I love the feeling of community and the collective wisdom, and you know "curation resonates with me":-)
janlgordon's comment, November 22, 2011 3:22 PM
Thanks so much for rescooping and sharing on twitter:-)
Pittsburgh Tote Bag Project's comment, November 25, 2011 9:17 PM
This has me thinking critically about how we are integrating social media. Inviting interaction has been a huge challenge. We are stimulating new conversations in real world time, but that's not reflected in comments and so forth. I like using Scoop.It widgets to get the newest scoop onto the bog in a timely manner and take some time to reflect on post content.
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About Google+ | Scoop.it

About Google+ | Scoop.it | An Eye on New Media | Scoop.it

Here is a great curation site by Diego Orzalesi to help you understand the important topics, tools and trends happening with Google+

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