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Problem-Based Learning or Just Another Project? Use This Checklist to Find Out

Problem-Based Learning or Just Another Project? Use This Checklist to Find Out | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it
A few days ago I posted Amy Mayer's comparison between assigning projects and developing project-based learning in the classroom. Due to its immense popularity, I decided to do some more research o...

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Content Curation And 12 More Content Marketing Terms Defined | Business 2 Community

Content Curation And 12 More Content Marketing Terms Defined | Business 2 Community | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it
“Social Media” is so 91 days and 42 seconds ago… Content Strategy and Content Marketing may be the marketing buzz words of 2012 but their meaning is
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8 Tips for Training Social Media Marketers

8 Tips for Training Social Media Marketers | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

Great ideas for bringing employees together for the common good of increasing social media marketing!


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A Guide to Measuring the Results of Your Social Media Strategy

A Guide to Measuring the Results of Your Social Media Strategy | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

This infographic gives you step-by-step instructions to making sure that you are meeting the goals of your social media strategy.


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How to Measure Influence in Social Media

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Influence is a very important element in a social media strategy. This infographic displays the top ways to measure your influence in social media.


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The ROI of Social Media [Infographic]

The ROI of Social Media [Infographic] | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

This infographic easily outlines statistics and information on ROI with social media marketing.


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Social Media | Digital Marketing

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Social Media | Digital Marketing

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First Impressions Matter (Branding) | anatomy of an effective homepage
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Finding Solutions for Tech Troubles In Schools

Finding Solutions for Tech Troubles In Schools | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

BYOD policies have been touted as money savers, but in informal surveys Atkinson-Shorey has found that most students bring more than one device to school at a time. Demands on the network might be far greater than anyone imagined.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, April 13, 2013 8:21 AM

More about the problems, but well worth reading if you are thinking of implementing any kind of BYOD policy.

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Creative Mornings: Maria Popova on Content Curation

Creative Mornings: Maria Popova on Content Curation | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

This sketchnote was suggested to me by Dean Meyers.

 

Maria Popova, creator, blogger and curator of www.brainpickings.org, talks about the creative process, how old ideas are used to fuel new stories, ideas and designs, and the creative process which relies on curation.

 

Don't you also feel curation is part of the creative process?


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Publishing is no longer a job or an industry -- it's a button

Publishing is no longer a job or an industry -- it's a button | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

"As author Clay Shirky points out, the simple act of publishing something -- whether it's a book or a news article -- doesn't require an industry any more, just a button." I missed this article by Mathew Ingram on GigaOm back in April but Chuck Sherwood brought it back to my attention and it's an interesting comment on Clay Shirky's "How we will read" series. 

 

Obviously, as we're building a platform that aims at making publishing as easy than clicking on a bookmarklet, we don't disagree. 

 

But what's left for publishers to differentiate upon then?

 

Well, plenty according to Shirky and Ingram. But provided they understand value-adding services and they're ready to give away distribution control. 

 

Interestingly, I believe these points are interesting not just for large or traditionnal publishers but also individual curators.


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Is Content Curation Just Organized Theft?

Is Content Curation Just Organized Theft? | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

Under that provocative title, Justin P Lambert actually does a great favor to Curators by outlining a key point between plagiarism, social sharing and curation.

 

While blog plagiarism has been as old as blog platforms - Justin shares his own story - he defines the clear line that exists between:

1. blog users who copy/paste entire articles 

2. social media users who share randomly without having their "audience’s needs or desires in mind"

3. curators who - he says - "put their audience first"

 

Curation done right "involves figuring out what your audience wants and needs to know about and then sifting through the overwhelming amount of information out there to hand-pick specific items that you know they will benefit from." This is a pretty good definition of Curation in my opinion and one of its direct consequences is that Curation works better in a topic-centric model.

 

Defining a topic and making your editorial line clear is a great first step to develop an audience with their interests in mind.


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Gilbert Faure au nom de l'ASSIM's comment, August 31, 2012 11:52 AM
Title is provocative, cintent of the blog page less so.
Curation we did it science before internet, reading current contents for instance to keep abreast of published literature but it was impossible to access grey literature (reports, press releases; patents...) and not so easy to archive and find xerocopies.
Tools like scoop it should be a tremendous progress for specific audiences, if curators are doing the human job on a day to day basis. Theyr are more like dedicated journalists of special topics and those are not considered as thieves.
Guillaume Decugis's comment, August 31, 2012 11:54 AM
Thanks Gilbert for the comment. I of course agree (but I think Justin too: he actually defended the value curators bring and listed Scoop.it in the tools he loves :-). And you're right to point out Curation is an old habit which is just changing with technology and new platforms like ours. Thanks for the praise on Scoop.it!
Shaz J's comment, September 2, 2012 12:35 AM
I like the idea of the "set it and forget it" value of Scoop.it. But then that is definitely a dimension of the tool that one would have to consider - is that what you want from your curation? Does that match your audience?
I find this to be a very important point, especially for me personally. Thank you.
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14 Bloom's Taxonomy Posters For Teachers

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14 Bloom's Taxonomy Posters For Teachers
See it on Scoop.it, via The Ischool library learningland

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Digital Citizenship Poster for Middle and High School Classrooms | Common Sense Media

Digital Citizenship Poster for Middle and High School Classrooms | Common Sense Media | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

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Goal Setting for Social Media 101 (avec images) · rlstubblefield6

For a semester, I have worked to compile all kinds of different information and points of view on how to set goals for various social media outlets for businesses.
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Social Media Lessons From Mad Men | Social Media Explorer

Social Media Lessons From Mad Men | Social Media Explorer | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

A great blog comparing social media in our time to the 1960s, and how much they really have in common.


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How to Track Social Media Traffic With Google Analytics

How to Track Social Media Traffic With Google Analytics | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

This gives a quick and understandable overview of Google's Analytics feature.


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How To Use Pinterest For Social Media Marketing

How To Use Pinterest For Social Media Marketing | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

Pinterest is now at the top of social media marketing. When using Pinterest for social media marketing, remember tips like: don't just promote yourself, comment and like things, use infographics, and images on Pinterest link back to the original source. 

 

Use this information when determining how Pinterest might fit best with your companies social media marketing plan.


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Teacher/School stuff

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Seven steps to the perfect story
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Ideias interessantaes para a construção de histórias digitais

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Teacher/School stuff

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Teaching Students to Become Curators of Ideas: The Curation Project

Teaching Students to Become Curators of Ideas: The Curation Project | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

"Over the last couple of years, I’ve come to think of my role as a teacher as that of a curator of ideas" says Corinne Weisgerber who teaches Social Media and Communication at St Edwards Unniversity in Austin, TX (if you haven't yet, check out her great prez here).

 

As she explained in this post, the Curation Project was about getting her students "to set up a network of online mentors using social media tools" and "to identify experts in their field and connect with them in order to build a personal learning network (PLN)." 

 

The idea behing the PNL is to help them discover valuable information through social search that they wouldn't have discovered otherwise.

 

Interesting project and read.

 

And great work by the students who used various curation platforms for the project, including Storify and Scoop.it (links in the post)


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Ileane Smith's comment, April 17, 2012 5:56 AM
I love this presentation and I'm going to take a look at what the students are doing on Scoop.it.
Guillaume Decugis's comment, April 17, 2012 12:29 PM
Glas you like it Ileane. And yes, they've done impressive work: check it out!
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Is Forbes the digital model for traditional media?

Is Forbes the digital model for traditional media? | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

"By now, we have some pretty good examples of what a digital-native media entity looks like: it looks a lot like The Huffington Post or BuzzFeed or Vox, with a relentless focus on the dynamics of the real-time web and the way that content lives online — and the power of the social web"

 

But how about traditional media asks Mathew Ingram?

 

Interesting analysis of what it took Forbes to change and adapt to digital. Expanding the contribution base while keeping some editorial control was key and is one of the things Ingram touches upon in that great article. Showing how a contribution-with-curation model becomes essential for media to become or stay relevant while avoiding the risks associated with opening the flood gates on contribution.

 

There are also other points such as feedback measurement tools and writer/reader connexions which are makes this a very interesting read.


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Understanding Content Curation

Understanding Content Curation | Bibliotecas Escolares & boas companhias... | Scoop.it

On her blog, Nancy White did a great job detailing the various levels at which Curation adds value. And how it differs from collecting.

 

A Learning & Innovation specialist, she also greatly outlines how curation and education are a great fit.


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