"The weekly #edtechchat takes place on Monday evenings from 8-9 pm EST, and right now there is an interesting educational chat going on in #edtechchat with tweets from famous educators such as @cybraryman1, @Tomwhitby and many many others. My first impression about what is being shared and discussed in this new virtual space is that it will have the same success as its sister #edchat."
1. Why sharing ideas that matter, matters We built Scoop.it to make it easy and rewarding to share ideas that matter. Ideas matter: they make all of us, individuals, businesses and societies, progress.
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"The Scoop.it iPad App lets you discover fresh new content on your interests by leveraging the Scoop.it community or our content suggestion engine, but more importantly, you can do something creative with this discovered content: curate it. By curating it, enriching it with your own insight, and publishing it to your own topic page, you create a media that doesn’t just live on the iPad App, but is accessible and discoverable by anyone on the web — and just like on the web version of Scoop.it, you’ll find this is the perfect content hub to feed your social channels, enrich your blog or website and even create newsletters."
Linda Dougherty's insight:
Hoorah! Scoop.it has an iPad app! Brilliant and a long awaited for app for curators of good stuff!