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Attribution in Content Curation: Is a Link Good Enough?

Attribution in Content Curation: Is a Link Good Enough? | Organization and mediation curation | Scoop.it

"The Blurry Line Between Plagiarism and Credit Attribution"

 
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Laura Brown's comment, April 11, 2013 11:11 AM
@Ron - One of the things I like about content curation at Scoop.it is that the images are clickable to take you to the content. So are the headlines and the link is in small print too, listed as the source. So, there are three ways to get back to the source of the content. I try to do the same on my own sites when I curate content or reference someone else. I hadn't really thought about the link at the end of the post being more or less visible. But, I think you are right. It should stand out more than it often does.
Andreas Kuswara's comment, April 17, 2013 9:05 PM
maybe rather than placing the link at the bottom, instead placing it on the top. like Scoop.it, placing it straight next to the title.
Andreas Kuswara's curator insight, April 17, 2013 9:06 PM
interesting to ponder... just seems that copyright will remain problematic if not more in the future.

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Sharilee Swaity's curator insight, February 24, 2013 10:39 AM

Powerful! 

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Top 10 Differences Between Managers and Leaders

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Frank J. Papotto, Ph.D.'s curator insight, April 2, 2013 9:06 AM

Although Leader and Manager behaviors are different they often are and must be performed by the same person, so a critical skill is determining when to manage and when to lead. 

David Schultz's curator insight, April 3, 2013 3:33 PM

I like the simplicity of this video, and I don't disagree with anything they say fundamentally.  In fact I think they are right on the mark with the exception of their use of the word "follower."  They say that Leaders produce followers, but I believe leaders produce leaders.  They may be front line employees who do not lead anyone else, but instead of following they lead out in their sphere of responsibilities.

 

So other than a little nuance in semantics this is a great video.

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What Does Having Power in Your Organization Do to You? - Huffington Post (blog)

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It's different from having power over others in a role-related situation, especially in the old-style, increasingly dysfunctional command-and-control organization.
 
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4-9-13 Tip - How to Grow a High Performance Organization | Tolero Solutions

4-9-13 Tip - How to Grow a High Performance Organization | Tolero Solutions | Organization and mediation curation | Scoop.it
Tips and actions you can follow to help you grow and maintain a high performance organization and facilitate sustainable growth.
 
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Scott Span, MSOD's curator insight, April 9, 2013 3:36 PM

4-9-13: “The difference between people who succeed and people who fail, I think in many cases it’s not fear. Everyone experiences fear. The difference is what you do with your fear…” - Carly Fiorina. Most aspects of creating and maintaining a high performance organization carry risks or fear of failure; however you can’t let that stop you from trying to improve, trying to innovate, trying to create the best products and services and trying to create a great place to work. To be successful it is necessary to face risk, ask for help when needed, and overcome fear of failure.

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9 Game Fundamentals To Increase Engagement

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Gamification relies on nine basic game fundamentals for successful application to education, instruction, learning and real-world work .

 

According to Ralph Koster’s work A Theory Of Fun, “A game is a system where players engage in abstract challenges, defined by rules, interactivity and feedback, that results in a quantifiable outcome, often eliciting an emotional reaction.”

 

Professor Karl Kapp takes Koster’s definition and breaks it down even further:

 

1. System

A set of integrated elements that take place within the confined space of the game. Each part of the game affects the other parts. Scores are linked to behaviors and actions that are directly related to a strategy or movement of pieces. Rules limit actions and behaviors.

 

2. Players

No not the slang word for players who play the relationship-meat market! It’s people interacting with game content or others playing the game.

Note: The mere act of playing the game often results in learning. Learning is one of our real goals in conferences and education.

 

3. Abstract

Games typically mimic reality in an abstract way. They take place within the confines of a safe space that allow for failure without the consequences of real life. No one gets hurt or causes real damage in a game. It’s a fake experience modeled after the real world.

 

4. Challenge

Players try to achieve specific goals or outcomes. These challenges involve some degree of complexity and level of difficulty. The game looses its appeal when it becomes boring.

 

5. Rules

Rules define the parameters of a game. They define the sequence of play, how to win and what is and isn’t fair.

 

6. Interactivity

Players interact with other players, the game’s content and the game’s system. Interactions drive the game!

 

7. Feedback

This is a critical element of all games. Players receive instant, direct, clear and concise feedback on their strategy and moves. This allows players to make changes and corrections based on positive and negative feedback.

Note: Feedback is also a critical tool for learning and frequently absent from conference environments and didactic (lecture) based instruction.

 

8. Quantifiable Outcome

A score, level or winning state clearly define an outcome. This distinguishes a game from play that has no concrete outcome or ending.

 

9. Emotional Reaction

Games invoke emotions. We have all experienced the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.

 

Combining These Elements
Together the sum of these elements are greater than their individual parts and combine to create a great game.

 

As Kapp says, “A player gets caught up in playing the game because the instant feedback and constant interaction are related to the challenge of the game, which is defined by the rules, which all work within the system to provoke an emotional reaction and finally result in a quantifiable outcome within an abstract version of a greater reality.”

 

This has been your prime minister of fun and mischief. Let the games begin! Come join me spread the fun, follow me on Twitter @hubiesocial. I'd love to hear from you.

 

 
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TOP 10 - Leadership quotes

10 Leadership quotes that will help you to become more a true leader, for yourself and for others

 

 
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  1. Most people don't want to be right, they want to be heard
  2. If you don't have a goal you don't have a problem
  3. People do have a problem with critique when there hasn"t been enough acknoledgement up front...
  4. Strong relationships are known for their frequent positive and negative feedback moments
  5. The thing that isn't said directly to one another, wil be said indirectly
  6. Succes with learning is directly related to being able to vissualize it for yourself
  7. Making your point is an overrated dimension
  8. A conflict well lead, is a unique opportunity to learn.
  9. You don''t want to make your point, you want to stimulate learning
  10. Because of fear to damage a relationship, we hold in for the negative feedback and thus damage the relationship

Thanks to Jef Clement to giving me so much insight!

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Local News Curation + Community Support: The Breaking News Network Winning Formula

Local News Curation + Community Support: The Breaking News Network Winning Formula | Organization and mediation curation | Scoop.it

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Robin Good's curator insight, April 2, 2013 5:59 AM



If you were wondering how likely it is that news curation may become a key strategy for offering quality local news, you should check out this three-year old project called The Breaking News Network.


BNN, founded by Pat Kitano, already covers 350 cities worldwide by curating the most interesting local news stories from indigenous blogs and RSS feeds and having a unique focus on supporting community voices and interests.


BNN, in its own words is an active, community-sourced and locally driven information network, that uses curation to provide just-in-time relevant info and news to its communities.

From the official site: "The Breaking News Network delivers social media sourced news and information to over 350 cities and neighborhoods worldwide.


We’re unique to local publishing because we curate and publish the most interesting media and blog feeds in each city (that means less petty crime and accidents, more events, opinions and commentary) to create an aggregate real time ticker tape of literally everything happening in a city.


Every city’s WordPress based website (example: BreakingSFNews.com) broadcasts more than just the usual daily news; it curates news by category: Things to Do, Sports, Food, Culture, etc. so users can find breaking news by topic of interest.


We utilize the curation and presentation tools by Rebelmouse to display content in a visual format.


We deliver localized news streams through Twitter and Facebook for each city and have amassed over 400,000 fans/followers who appreciate our real time local content."


One interesting aspect of The Breaking News Network is its strategic positioning, throughout all of its instances, as a collector and amplifier for the news coming from relevant local institutions and communities providing them with extra visibility and a very relevant context to reach out to interested people.


From Journalisaccelerator.com: "When BNN was launched three years ago to give voice to community causes, Kitano brought a unique knowledge from early experiments using Twitter (2006 – 2009) and social media to develop hyperlocal community information networks for the real estate market.


Focusing on social at the outset, Kitano was “cobbling together” segmented lists on Twitter before Twitter had even created “lists.” (For context, Twitter launched in July of 2006.)


Kitano sees BNN providing a shared social channel – one community, one voice, one cause at a time – with promise of doing good for others by supporting civic groups, local causes and arts organizations."


Here, in more detail, some of the community support they provide: "We provide free access for local institutions to our 350+ Twitter feeds via our unique Community Retweet Program.

We also provide this access to local politicians and local media so they can broadcast their most important messages to our communities.


We create national campaigns and build brand advocate networks for good causes.


We create unique ways for our readers to interact with their local institutions, like the National Aquarium and Chicago’s International Beethoven Festival."


SF Breaking News example: http://thebreakingnewsnetwork.com/


Review by Journalism Accelerator: http://bit.ly/JATBNN


More info: http://thebreakingnewsnetwork.com/


City directory: http://thebreakingnewsnetwork.com/city-directory/





Fernando Zamith's curator insight, April 5, 2013 10:44 AM

Vale a pena seguir estas experiências. Já há edições na Europa (UK e Paris) - http://thebreakingnewsnetwork.com/city-directory/.

 

Quem se quer aventurar na criação do Breaking Lisbon News ou do Breaking Porto News?

 

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Organizational Cultural Matrix: Single PowerPoint Slide

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This single slide Organizational Cultural Matrix PPT features a graphical representation of four types of work culture based on the attitude and approach of the employees. Download this easy-to-edit template now.
 
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PowerPoint & Keynote Solutions from Chillibreeze's curator insight, April 9, 2013 2:26 AM

This slide depends on the positive attitudes, beliefs energy, behavior, environment and people processes. It also reflects the four different cultures in organizations.

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Attribution in Content Curation: Is a Link Good Enough?

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"The Blurry Line Between Plagiarism and Credit Attribution"

 
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Laura Brown's comment, April 11, 2013 11:11 AM
@Ron - One of the things I like about content curation at Scoop.it is that the images are clickable to take you to the content. So are the headlines and the link is in small print too, listed as the source. So, there are three ways to get back to the source of the content. I try to do the same on my own sites when I curate content or reference someone else. I hadn't really thought about the link at the end of the post being more or less visible. But, I think you are right. It should stand out more than it often does.
Andreas Kuswara's comment, April 17, 2013 9:05 PM
maybe rather than placing the link at the bottom, instead placing it on the top. like Scoop.it, placing it straight next to the title.
Andreas Kuswara's curator insight, April 17, 2013 9:06 PM
interesting to ponder... just seems that copyright will remain problematic if not more in the future.