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What Is the Importance of Digital Curation from an Academic Viewpoint

What is digital curation and why is it important to you? Leading experts in the curation and preservation of digital objects (such as databases, photos, vide...

Via Robin Good, Gust MEES
Gust MEES's curator insight, May 25, 2013 9:58 AM


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Brian Yanish -'s curator insight, May 26, 2013 1:06 AM

Digital Curation - Making the information accessible to different types of developers to continue the sharing of past knowledge with future generations. 

Pippa Yeoman's curator insight, June 6, 2013 7:04 PM

Digital curation - the preservation and repurposing of content. Using digital hubs to collect, collate and make a contribution to conversations in your area of academic interest.

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Diigo | Convergence Journalism |

Web Highlighter and Sticky Notes, Online Bookmarking and Annotation, Personal Learning Network. From the site "Diigo is a powerful research tool and a knowledge-sharing community"


Has similarities to Goozy but also enables you to capture and store webpages in the cloud, so if they disappear you still have a record.


Also, you can add notes to those pages and highlight them as well as sharing. Looks neat.


Have signed up and will test. Please add thoughts, experiences below.

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Enough with the so called 'infographics,'

Enough with the so called 'infographics,' | Convergence Journalism |

Good infographics visualize contextual relationships and patterns found in data for the purpose of helping readers understand complex information quickly and clearly. Infographics are not a visual style for dressing up data. Rather, they are design solutions that employ visualization as a means for enhancing readability and understanding. Those who create and inspire some of the best examples of infographics today (Edward Tufte, Nigel Holmes, Stephen Few, the entire NYT graphic staff…) would tell you that they spend more time and thought on research and data analysis for their graphics than the actual production of the visuals themselves.

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