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Let Your Readers Select What They Want To Get From Your RSS Feed with SpecificFeeds


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A useful app for syndicating RSS content using tags, author or keywords. Fills a gap in the market for this type of functionality (not available in Feedburner) and nice to see that some people still see RSS as a viable means of consuming information. 

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Carlos Bisbal's curator insight, November 17, 2013 1:07 PM

Permita a sus lectores seleccionar lo que quieren obtener de su Feed RSS con SpecificFeeds

SpecificFeeds es una aplicación web gratuita que ofrece a sus lectores de RSS la oportunidad de suscribirse únicamente al tipo de noticias e historias en las que estén interesados. Para ello les permite seleccionar etiquetas, palabras clave y autores que quieren leer.

Usted sólo tiene que enviar su feed RSS a SpecificFeeds y el servicio crea automáticamente una página web y un icono que puede compartir o publicar en su sitio web para ayudar a los que quieran suscribirse a sus noticias, pero que prefiere los temas pre-seleccionados, etiquetas o autores que les gusta ver.

SpecificFeeds actúa como un filtro de RSS y servicio de distribución de contenido que proporciona un beneficio útil para los que lo consumen. El hecho de que se suscriba a un autor o una revista web, no significa que usted desee leer todo lo que allí se publica. SpecificFeeds ayuda a los editores web y lectores de reducir el ruido y aumentar la señal cuando se utilizan los canales RSS.

Puede probarlo en: http://www.specificfeeds.com/

 

malek's curator insight, November 17, 2013 5:56 PM

Worth a try, easy to customize was my first impression

Adam Donkus's curator insight, November 18, 2013 1:01 PM

Cool app

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Narratives for the Future of Working

We need radically new stories to create the planetary culture we want to live and work in.

 

Most of our current political, social and socio-economic systems will no longer provide feasible solutions in the future.

 

We can no longer rely on old narratives and cannot simply adjust to the new times.

 

We need radical new approaches to creating meaningful activity for the quickly growing population on this planet.

 

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How would you add value in a future where you didn’t have to work?

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Britain's addiction to the internet is only getting worse (Wired UK)

Britain's addiction to the internet is only getting worse (Wired UK) | The Social Web | Scoop.it
British people will spend on average ten hours a day consuming media in 2015 -- 20 percent more time than the rest of the world
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The time that different people will allocate to different media formats is set to change over the next two years; unsurprisingly, traditional media formats will lose out to the expected increase in internet use. The popularity of newspapers, magazines, television, radio and cinema declined steadily between 2010 and 2014, and will continue to decline into 2017.


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A curator is not a digital dilettante - Harris-Roxas Health

A curator is not a digital dilettante - Harris-Roxas Health | The Social Web | Scoop.it
There’s been a lot of discussion about online curation recently in the wake of the Curator’s Code and the video below from Percolate. Most of it hasn’t sat well with me. I’m a compulsive consumer and sharer of online media. … Continue reading →

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 Curating tells a story. It involves bringing together several works in a way that may lead to greater appreciation, understanding and insight. Instead of worrying about via or ht (hat-tip) attribution for links we should be worrying about the story that’s told by the links we share, as a gestalt. What do they say about us and what we care about? What do they give to the people who take the trouble to read or watch what we link to?

 

A common sense perspective on the art of curation,

 

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Randy Rebman's curator insight, May 27, 8:08 PM

An interesting response on digital curation in that some are rather unscrupulous in their curation of content. 

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The Startling Effect Technology Is Having on Humans’ Attention Spans

The Startling Effect Technology Is Having on Humans’ Attention Spans | The Social Web | Scoop.it
Just because we may be allocating our attention differently as a function of the technologies we may be using, it doesn’t mean that the way our attention actually can function has changed,” Morton told the Ottawa Citizen. “Digital technologies dovetail seamlessly into the information processing abilities of our brain.”

The study further reveals that the rate at which humans now process information is faster than before handheld technology took hold of everyday life. Among the top four factors that impact attentions spans the most are media consumption, social media usage, technology adoption rates and multi-screening behaviors.

With regard to these factors, the study found that attention spans vary according to how one consumes media and at which rate they adopt to using it.

For example, those who adopt to social media the quickest are able to process information from interactive environments (TV) better than people who adopt to social media at a slower pace. Reversely, the so-called “late adopters” of social media tend to process information faster in non-interactive environments (not TV).

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Perhaps not that surprising to some, but it would appear that we now have evidence that the human species have an attention span of less than your average goldfish - 8 seconds vs. 9 seconds for a goldfish. You might just have time to read this before moving on to your next interruption! 

 

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Otir's comment, May 15, 7:11 AM
I like your insight on this a lot because you put intelligent words on what I believe: that we are developing more effective use of the untapped capabilities of our neurons and creating new circuitry that is capable of more efficiently process information. And more over, we are discovering new types of information that we were not necessarily paying attention to because they are not "measurable" yet for lack of instruments to measure them but it will be invented too.
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Content Curation Lands on Google+: Introducing Collections

Content Curation Lands on Google+: Introducing Collections | The Social Web | Scoop.it

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I'm only surprised that it has taken this long for Google to appreciate the importance of content curation. Better late than never.

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Fotografie Turismo Italia's curator insight, May 7, 4:13 AM

Un modo per gestire i contenuti per argomento con Google+

Nick Truch's curator insight, May 11, 7:36 AM

Une approche bigrement intéressante qui pourrait redonner de l'intérêt à Google+

Nancy White's curator insight, May 12, 5:38 PM

Excited to see how we might be able to set this up in our GAFE space - students already have accounts, so this is a natural fit to facilitate student curation!

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The Evolution of Social Media 2004 - 2014: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

An in-depth analysis on the evolution of social media in last ten years. Growth of Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and more
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From the article:

 

The impact social media has had over our lives in the last decade has been somewhat balanced. If there are a few people who have been duped over these sites, it was because THEY were gullible. It was because they were not careful and sensible enough.

 

If we waste too much time over Facebook, it is because we are being stupid- not Zuck’s fault.

 

If relationships have failed because of social media, it is probably because they weren’t strong enough in the first place. Cheaters are going to cheat anyways, whether there is social media or not. People used the cheat even when there were no networking sites and internet. If there are a few who get obsessed with their presence on these sites, it is THEIR problem.


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Curate Your Favorite Content Into Visual Topic Channels with Topik.in


Via Robin Good
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A news curation tool. A possible alternative to Scoop.it. Easier to use, but not as feature rich (e.g. lacks some of Scoop.it social sharing and publishing options)

 

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Robin Good's curator insight, April 26, 12:40 PM



Topik.in is a new news curation app, similar in many ways to a much simplified version of Scoop.it. With a dedicated bookmarklet you can basically curate and personalise any content you find online and post it to a dedicated *virtual board* on Topik.in


There's none of the advanced backend content discovery engine features, nor the powerful embedding, domain name mapping, social sharing and publishing options that Scoop.it offers, but Topik.in is also much simpler and for anyone who would find Scoop.it too complex or feature-rich for his initial needs, it could be a potential starting point.


Posts appear in a layout much similar to Scoop.it two-column magazine vertical layout. Content can be easily shared on all major social channels, and when a reader clicks on a curated post, the full original content page loads up under a Topik.in frame that maintains context and reference to the original curated post.


It is possible to follow other boards and to repost content posted by others. During Beta each user can create up to 8 curated boards on different topics.


Good for anyone wanting to get his feet wet with news curation without needing to get a more complex tool and without needing to spend anything. 


English and Spanish languages supported.


Free to use.


Try it out now: http://www.topik.in/ 


FAQ: http://www.topik.in/content/faq 




Joyce Valenza's curator insight, April 27, 8:39 AM

A new curation tool, similar to Scoop.it, without the discover features.  Simple and promising for creating on-the-fly boards and organizing topical content. via @robingood

Stephanie Diamond's curator insight, April 27, 11:33 AM

Worth a look

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There’s a Difference Between Cooperation and Collaboration

There’s a Difference Between Cooperation and Collaboration | The Social Web | Scoop.it

Everyone seems to agree that collaboration across functions is critical for major projects and initiatives. The reality, however, is that meshing the skills and resources of different departments, each focused on its own distinct targets, to achieve a larger organizational goal is much easier said than done. 

 


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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The message here is, not to confuse pleasant, cooperative behaviour with collaboration. The latter requires commitment to a common goal.

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Curate To Educate: From Online Courses to Full Learning Programs

Curate To Educate: From Online Courses to Full Learning Programs | The Social Web | Scoop.it

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A couple of great finds from master Curator Robin Good. As he notes

 

"This is an interesting trend as in the past most tools to deliver educational content relied on the author creating and posting only his own materials. The fact that you can now include valuable content published by others opens up the gates both for the curation of lots of existing content into useful learning courses as well as for the issues of whether and how to compensate curated content from others"

 

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candy68's curator insight, April 7, 2:18 AM

cada vez es mas sencillo crear tu propio curso online...e incluso tu propia colección de cursos

Filomena Gomes's curator insight, April 18, 9:57 AM
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New interesting tools make it possible to create online courses and full online learning programs, by drastically simplifying the design process while providing simple tools to curate and bring together valuable existing content already published online.

 

The first I'd like to bring to your attention is Classmill, which makes it very easy to create online courses by providing a very simple and intuitive interface and allowing the author to add with ease his own texts, as well as images, links and video clips coming from elsewhere on the web. Anyone can publish an online course and make it visible to everyone. Only those who register and join in can see the full contents and can participate in the integrated discussion area for the course.

 

The second one is Learnyst, which goes one step beyond Classmill by facilitating the creation of a full online school with multiple courses and the ability to charge for selected ones. 

 

Both tools are extremely easy to use, and allow the assembly of existing materials, whether owned or produced by others. 

 

This is an interesting trend as in the past most tools to deliver educational content relied on the author creating and posting only his own materials. The fact that you now can easily include valuable content published by others opens up the gates both for the curation of lots of existing content into useful learning courses as well as for the issue of whether and how to compensate curated content from others. 

 

This economic issue though, does not preclude tons of free high-quality content to be re-used and showcased in many new free learning courses and it provides those who want to learn with even more non-commercial alternatives to master their favorite topics. 

 

Takeaway: You are going to see more of these tools and more subject-matter experts create valuable learning resources by bringing together key relevant content produced by others while adding tangible value, perspective and context.

If you have a strong passion or expertise it's time to start thinking about building your own online school. 

 

 

Check out these two tools:

- Learnyst

- Classmill

 

Other curation tools for learning moving in the same direction:

- Gibbon

- Learnist

- Educrate

 

More content curation tools organised in categories:

https://contentcuration.zeef.com/robin.good ;

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Collaborating Online Is Sometimes Better than Face-to-Face

Collaborating Online Is Sometimes Better than Face-to-Face | The Social Web | Scoop.it

If you’re embracing online collaboration as a necessary evil — the only way to work with an increasingly dispersed team of global or remote workers, for example — then you’re doing it wrong. Online collaboration is not a second-best substitute for face-to-face work: It’s a complement with its own perks and benefits.



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One benefit of online collaboration is the ability to accommodate a wider range of communication and working styles. If you’re the kind of person who always speaks up in meetings (guilty as charged), the traditional workplace may work just great for you. But you’re missing out on the perspective and talents of people who like to mull on a problem before contributing, or that of people who communicate better visually or in writing than they do out loud.


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The Power of Not Knowing

The Power of Not Knowing | The Social Web | Scoop.it

When was the last time you said “I don’t know” in a business or organizational context, with the idea that your honesty would actually get you somewhere?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Memories can be considered dormant or stored expressions of energy. Thoughts can lead us in previously unimagined directions. So perhaps ‘knowledge’ is actually the power in not knowing, as well as realising that what we don’t know matters more than what we think we know. It is the practice of constantly becoming ‘knowledgeable’, or, developing the ability to send and receive knowledge, rather than having to own it or store it.


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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, March 19, 10:11 PM

Not knowing opens up space for exploring and questioning. It seems to fit with Dewey's theory of learning.

 

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Graham Ward's curator insight, March 22, 3:34 PM

Great article which begins with a great question: How does what we know get in the way of what we don't know?

Véronique Calvet's curator insight, April 3, 1:48 PM

“How does what we know get in the way of what we don’t know?” Liz Wiseman

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Apple Watch Set To Revolutionise The Way People Ignore Each Other

Apple Watch Set To Revolutionise The Way People Ignore Each Other | The Social Web | Scoop.it
INDUSTRY experts are predicting that the brand new smartwatch unveiled by Apple yesterday will totally change the way people ignore each other when it launches in April.
The device, known simply as the Apple Watch, will host a range of exciting features which will enable users to cocoon themselves in their own little world, avoiding interaction with fellow human beings.

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Waiting for that first case of RSI of the wrist!

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Howard Rheingold's curator insight, March 13, 1:51 PM

On the other hand...or should I say "on the other wrist?"

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Identity in a Digital World

Our digital lives are no longer separate entities but instead have become integral to who we are.


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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A thought-provoking presentation on the topic of digital identities, including...

 

81% of children under two currently have some kind of digital dossier or footprint, with images of them posted online.” “...children reach the age of “social media maturity” at about age 11.” In Canada, 34% of children have a digital footprint before they are born.

 

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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, January 20, 1:19 PM

Slideshare presentation by Alec Couros on digital identity

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Slack Is Just The Tip Of The Iceberg For Enterprise Tech

Slack Is Just The Tip Of The Iceberg For Enterprise Tech | The Social Web | Scoop.it
startups today are proving that they can appeal to and handle the needs of enterprise organizations with the promise of a little investment for big returns. The explosive growth of Slack, and the other companies listed here, show just how ready for innovation the enterprise is.
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 Startups today are proving that they can appeal to and handle the needs of enterprise organizations with the promise of a little investment for big returns. The explosive growth of Slack, and the other companies listed here, show just how ready for innovation the enterprise is.


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The 5 Key Benefits of Social Collaboration

The 5 Key Benefits of Social Collaboration | The Social Web | Scoop.it
Last week, we held our company’s first user conference. It was a terrific gathering of social knowledge network experts sharing experiences. Frankly, we learned as much as any of the attendees.

Via Mumba Cloud
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Nearly every company has employees that speak with their customers. It’s a leap of faith to empower employees to represent your company to a customer, and in order for them to be successful; they need to have some autonomy to do what it takes to make the customer happy. While few companies are interested in a completely flat and self-organized structure, even hierarchical organizations would benefit from more social collaboration.


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A Top-Down Approach to Enterprise Collaboration

A Top-Down Approach to Enterprise Collaboration | The Social Web | Scoop.it
Getting the top brass to use collaboration tools can drive greater usage by employees.

Via Mumba Cloud
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It’s not enough to make a collaboration tool available and then do little to foster adoption. Email, for instance, continues to be the primary communication tool inside enterprises even though they are very inefficient compared to the communications enabled by modern collaboration software. Yet, few organisations have made a concerted push to wean employees away from their dependence on email.


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The Ultimate Guide to Launching an Online Community

The Ultimate Guide to Launching an Online Community | The Social Web | Scoop.it
Skipping these steps before your community launch ill ruin your community.

Via Mumba Cloud
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The authors (Socious)  have created this to-do list to ensure you stay on the right track towards developing a thriving and successful online community.

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The Ghost Town that is Google Plus

The Ghost Town that is Google Plus | The Social Web | Scoop.it
The debate on the activity level on Google+ has raged for years. How many users are really active on it? Is the place a ghost town? Why hasn't Google shut it

Via In Other News
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A detailed and independent (I believe) analysis of Google+ usage statistics. Some stand-out statistics, such as 90% of the user profiles selected in a random sample have no content. But the network is not moribund. There is a small core of fairly active users (around 1% extrapolated across the estimated total users), which appears - at first sight - to be consistent with the "90-9-1" rule, where 90% watch (or lurk), 9% comment and 1% drive the conversations with original content. This rule is more commonly associated with closed or directed networks, not open social networks, but nevertheless, it does show that - for some - Google+ is providing value.

 

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In Other News's curator insight, May 2, 1:34 PM

The numbers don't look good.

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RSS Feed Aggregator Allows To Curate Content Inside WordPress: PressForward

RSS Feed Aggregator Allows To Curate Content Inside WordPress: PressForward | The Social Web | Scoop.it

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Via Robin Good: "PressForward is a full-fledged RSS feed reader and aggregator which can capture content coming from any site while allowing full editing and curation abilities. It is an ideal tool for news curators wanting to have a news gathering and discovery tool integrated into their standard publishing and editing environment."


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Robin Good's curator insight, April 27, 3:43 AM



PressForward is a free open-source, WordPress plugin for curating most any type of content within the standard WordPress publishing workflow.

PressForward is in fact a full-fledged RSS feed reader and aggregator which can capture content coming from any site while allowing full editing and curation abilities. It is an ideal tool for news curators wanting to have a news gathering and discovery tool integrated into their standard publishing and editing environment.


PressForward is designed to be used by multiple users, like in a distributed newsroom, where several individuals or even a small community suggest and submit and others edit, approve and post selected content.

To gather content PressForward offers a standard bookmarklet to capture any content you find on the web, and can also import OPML files to allow you to aggregate and filter all of your favorite RSS feeds. 


Last but not least, PressForward keeps close tabs on the sources you utilise, by automatically creating attribution links for any content you curate and allowing you to have your posts optionally auto-redirect to the original source. 


Free to use. 




A project of Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media

N.B.: Of note the partnership initiative offered to any organisation interested in develop high-quality, collaboratively-sourced and edited publications, which offers up to $10,000 in funding and 



Mike McCallister's curator insight, April 28, 9:27 AM

Curating and sharing content is an important way of building your authority in your writing niche. If you really want to understand how to curate, follow Robin Good's "Content Curation World" on Scoop.it.


Robin shared this WordPress plugin that can help you find and post interesting content directly inside WordPress. I'll be testing this soon.

Janet Vasil's curator insight, May 14, 4:25 PM

Lots of paid content curation services are available online.  Here's a free open source wordpress plugin that's a good starting tool for a new content creator with full editing and curation capabilities.

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TAGSExplorer: Interactively visualising Twitter conversations archived from a Google Spreadsheet | MASHe

TAGSExplorer: Interactively visualising Twitter conversations archived from a Google Spreadsheet | MASHe | The Social Web | Scoop.it
As I start my exploration of tools like NodeXL it's very clear that being able to filter, probe and wander through the data provides far more insights to what’s going on.

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Know more about your relationship with your Twitter network.

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Howard Rheingold's curator insight, April 22, 5:46 PM

What this has to do with infotention: become skilled at the use of NodeXl and TAGSExplorer and you'll have a powerful tool or knowing where in Twitter (and to whom) to put your attention.

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How to Promote Your Stories Effectively #Infographic

How to Promote Your Stories Effectively #Infographic | The Social Web | Scoop.it

“In digital marketing, there is always a new trend, a new technology or a new way of thinking to take into account. But there is still a place for the humble blog.”


Via Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com, Karen Dietz
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With millions of people clamouring to be heard on the Interweb, a few tips here to help you shout louder!

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, April 18, 1:01 PM
OK -- you've got business stories to share. Now what? Here's an infographic that lays it all out. Go grab your stories and get busy!
Debra Walker's curator insight, April 19, 2:12 PM

A wealth of information in here.

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Curate Your Online Course with Classmill

Curate Your Online Course with Classmill | The Social Web | Scoop.it

Via Robin Good
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A very useful resource for anyone thinking of delivering on-line courses. Simple to use, and free!

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Joyce Valenza's curator insight, April 4, 10:20 AM

Playing with this new tool as I experiment with redesigning a course. Looks easy, flexible and powerful.

Nedko Aldev's curator insight, April 5, 12:20 PM

 

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Alfredo Corell's curator insight, April 7, 7:42 AM

Classmill,

Finally a content curation tool directly devoted to Online Courses. It's an excellent web tool for teacher, trainers or educators.


Easy of use and very intuitive:


collect your links, photos, files, videos, articles, clips, etc... and melt them onto learning modules 

Try it out now: http://classmill.com 

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Knowledge Workers Need an Industrial Revolution

Knowledge Workers Need an Industrial Revolution | The Social Web | Scoop.it

Information workers waste an inordinate amount of time orchestrating work rather than doing work. Instead of creating new content to drive our businesses, organizations, and missions forward, we spend our time looking for information and people, and then connecting and coordinating them to ensure that good decisions are made, or that other people can do their jobs. It is all terribly inefficient.

 


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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Content creation is a free-ranging activity that is defined not by tools, but by the ability to connect information in different forms. Yet today we are forced to work within the confines of software capabilities, and that constraint shapes the way we approach content creation. 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, March 29, 7:13 PM

Information work needs its industrial revolution.


We spend an average of 1.5 hours per day in meetings and just under an hour per day scheduling meetings. According to McKinsey & Company, we spend two hours sending and responding to email. Add these tasks up and they take a total of 6.5 hours per day. If we are generous and count half the time spent in meetings as productive content creation rather than alignment, it still means that 50 to 60 percent of an information worker’s day is spent orchestrating work.


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Millennials Rely On Social Media For News

Millennials Rely On Social Media For News | The Social Web | Scoop.it
Today's younger generation has a reputation of being glued to the cellphones and tablets. It's where they chat with their friends, find out the latest hot spots in town and, believe it or not, keep up with the world. In their own way, of course.

Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge
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Probably not news to most of us (no pun intended), since it seems to me that millennials thrive on immediacy of news, and attribute well served by social media. The desire (or even recognition) for accuracy, or journalistic insight, appears to be less important. But maybe my perspective is influenced by my 17-year career at Reuters, where accuracy always took precedent over timeliness. 


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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, March 20, 4:17 AM

Savvy broadcast and media companies are putting more emphasis on social networks to keep the public informed.  Recent studies have shown that the "younger generation" will keep up with the news and public events if they are presented well on social media.  Even print outlets such as newspapers and magazines are publishing digital editions to appeal to younger audiences equipped with social media tools.  The communications future has arrived!  Aloha, Russ.

Nedko Aldev's curator insight, March 23, 4:00 AM

 

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Linda Greenleaf's curator insight, March 30, 1:54 AM
News should be centre stage in any relevant business qualification
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Create Custom News Streams Based on Your Specific Sources and Filters

Create Custom News Streams Based on Your Specific Sources and Filters | The Social Web | Scoop.it
News defined by you.

Via Robin Good
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Another excellent personal information management tool, HT to Robin Good for spotting.

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Farid Mheir's curator insight, February 10, 11:29 AM

Makes me think of www.recordedfuture.com or news.google.com on steroids. 

Marta Torán's curator insight, February 11, 8:27 AM

Para leer las noticias que te interesan

Len Ferrara's curator insight, February 14, 12:31 AM

This looks great!