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The Key Benefits of Content Curation by Beth Kanter: Presentation + Curated Tweets

Robin Good: Here is the official presentation that Beth Kanter delivered yesterday, accompanied by a curated bundle of user contributions (mostly tweets) and relevant resources (stats, some visuals and other resources) outlining the key benefits that content curation can bring.


To do so, she used Storify.com which allowed her to pull in the most relevant and interesting tweets that had been posted during her webinar, as well as other relevant resources on the topics she covered.


My three picks from this Storify bundle:


- Mindless sharing is not content curation (Dara Goldberg)


- RT @ntenorg: Good content curators don't just share or collect links, they explain & make sense of a particular topic for others. (Steve Heye)


- ...@hjarche Seek-Sense-Share (PKM) model, he offers an online workshop bit.ly/HPV07M


Storify curated story: http://storify.com/kanter/the-anticipated-benefits-of-content-curation

Full presentation on Content Curation benefits: http://www.slideshare.net/kanter/the-unanticipated-benefits-of-content-curation




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Beth Kanter's comment, July 13, 2012 10:53 AM
Robin thanks so much for highlighting the storify summary - I did that right after the session because I wanted to do a quick content analysis of the tweets and see what resonated. I also did the same for the chat logs so I could gather up the questions and make sure they were answered. The session was based on an article I wrote recently on why content curation - real content curation as you describe it - can benefit nonprofits. How it can enhance staff expertise and reduce information overload. Here's a blog post that wrote sharing some of the other resources, including many of yours. http://www.bethkanter.org/?p=5690
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The Key Benefits of Content Curation by Beth Kanter: Presentation + Curated Tweets

Robin Good: Here is the official presentation that Beth Kanter delivered yesterday, accompanied by a curated bundle of user contributions (mostly tweets) and relevant resources (stats, some visuals and other resources) outlining the key benefits that content curation can bring.


To do so, she used Storify.com which allowed her to pull in the most relevant and interesting tweets that had been posted during her webinar, as well as other relevant resources on the topics she covered.


My three picks from this Storify bundle:


- Mindless sharing is not content curation (Dara Goldberg)


- RT @ntenorg: Good content curators don't just share or collect links, they explain & make sense of a particular topic for others. (Steve Heye)


- ...@hjarche Seek-Sense-Share (PKM) model, he offers an online workshop bit.ly/HPV07M


Storify curated story: http://storify.com/kanter/the-anticipated-benefits-of-content-curation

Full presentation on Content Curation benefits: http://www.slideshare.net/kanter/the-unanticipated-benefits-of-content-curation




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Beth Kanter's comment, July 13, 2012 10:53 AM
Robin thanks so much for highlighting the storify summary - I did that right after the session because I wanted to do a quick content analysis of the tweets and see what resonated. I also did the same for the chat logs so I could gather up the questions and make sure they were answered. The session was based on an article I wrote recently on why content curation - real content curation as you describe it - can benefit nonprofits. How it can enhance staff expertise and reduce information overload. Here's a blog post that wrote sharing some of the other resources, including many of yours. http://www.bethkanter.org/?p=5690