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Truthy Lies and Surreal Truths: A Plea - Hybrid Pedagogy

Truthy Lies and Surreal Truths: A Plea - Hybrid Pedagogy | Digital Literacy in the Library | Scoop.it

Kris Shaffer writes: "Help awaken your students to these new practices of digital deception, and help them face them effectively. They need this knowledge."

Mary Reilley Clark's insight:

I am aware I am sharing this without doing the deep reading and reflection that the article calls for (I will go back and read again later when I have uninterrupted time) but I wanted to save and share it now.

 

Kris gives some examples of the insidious nature of misinformation, of the need for better "crap detection", and some thoughtful guidelines for how to combat the false information being spread. What jumped out at me was his recommendation to thoughtfully curate resources that provide accurate information and keep them visible in the social media stream. This is something librarians should excel at, right? I feel that responsibility more than ever!

 

And speaking of curation, thanks to School Library Connection for reposting this article from Joyce Valenza. If you don't curate, Joyce thoughtfully outlines why you should!

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GwynethJones's curator insight, December 10, 2016 7:29 PM

Digital deception, outright lies, and bogus news - now more than EVER we need to teach how discernment & authority.

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Innovations in Education - Students as Curators: Moving Towards Personalized Learning

Innovations in Education - Students as Curators: Moving Towards Personalized Learning | Digital Literacy in the Library | Scoop.it

"If students can engage more in inquiry of their own making: questioning, curating, designing, and real-world problem solving, then students will own the learning.  This, to me, is what personalized learning should look like."

Mary Reilley Clark's insight:

I love Mary Beth Hertz's idea of a tech book, and it could be so easily incorporated into our digital portfolios!

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Ness Crouch's curator insight, February 23, 2014 5:02 PM

I really enjoyed reading this article. After a weekend of inspiration at the OZeLive conference I'm more focused on what I want for my students. I think I'm a long way for getting my students to be their own digital curators but I think I can make a start!

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A Great Selection of Resources on Curation and Learning by David Kelly

A Great Selection of Resources on Curation and Learning by David Kelly | Digital Literacy in the Library | Scoop.it

Via Robin Good, Dennis T OConnor
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 A Slideshare you can understand, even if you weren't at the lecture!

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Dawn Adams Miller's curator insight, May 23, 2013 11:12 PM

Anything from LnD Dave is pure hold and very practical.  Enjoy'

Susan Wegmann's curator insight, May 24, 2013 8:51 AM

A GREAT resource for the buzzword "Content Curation." Finally!

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Best Way To Learn Any Subject: Curation - Content Curation Official Guide - Medium
Why is content curation so relevant for learning?
Mary Reilley Clark's insight:

Robin Good has great insight into why focused curation matters. Reading this right after Dan Russell's post about syntopical reading made me think about how I curate. In an ideal experience of curating for learning  Robin states: "...each student becomes not just a learner, but, as it should be, he becomes also a reviewer, an investigator, an explorer and a contributor to the ideas and understanding surrounding that subject."

 

Let's make sure we're teaching students curation as a literacy skill. It's not just bookmarking or Pinning or Scooping links, but engaging with them, directing their own learning, and maybe even adding something that helps others learn.

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TWCLibrary's curator insight, March 10, 2016 5:03 PM

Robin Good has great insight into why focused curation matters. Reading this right after Dan Russell's post about syntopical reading made me think about how I curate. In an ideal experience of curating for learning  Robin states: "...each student becomes not just a learner, but, as it should be, he becomes also a reviewer, an investigator, an explorer and a contributor to the ideas and understanding surrounding that subject."

 

Let's make sure we're teaching students curation as a literacy skill. It's not just bookmarking or Pinning or Scooping links, but engaging with them, directing their own learning, and maybe even adding something that helps others learn.

Stephania Savva, Ph.D's curator insight, March 11, 2016 12:36 AM

Robin Good has great insight into why focused curation matters. Reading this right after Dan Russell's post about syntopical reading made me think about how I curate. In an ideal experience of curating for learning  Robin states: "...each student becomes not just a learner, but, as it should be, he becomes also a reviewer, an investigator, an explorer and a contributor to the ideas and understanding surrounding that subject."

 

Let's make sure we're teaching students curation as a literacy skill. It's not just bookmarking or Pinning or Scooping links, but engaging with them, directing their own learning, and maybe even adding something that helps others learn.

Leslie Haas's curator insight, March 13, 2016 12:47 AM

Robin Good has great insight into why focused curation matters. Reading this right after Dan Russell's post about syntopical reading made me think about how I curate. In an ideal experience of curating for learning  Robin states: "...each student becomes not just a learner, but, as it should be, he becomes also a reviewer, an investigator, an explorer and a contributor to the ideas and understanding surrounding that subject."

 

Let's make sure we're teaching students curation as a literacy skill. It's not just bookmarking or Pinning or Scooping links, but engaging with them, directing their own learning, and maybe even adding something that helps others learn.

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Innovations in Education - Developing Future Workskills Through Content Curation

Innovations in Education - Developing Future Workskills Through Content Curation | Digital Literacy in the Library | Scoop.it

"The response to my previous post on Understanding Content Curation has been incredible. This definitely is a topic people are passionate about.  Perhaps part of the reason for this is the tools and technology available provides an easy pathway to curate and follow our individual learning passions.  This has me thinking more about the role content curation can play for students in inspiring passion-based learning, moving towards personalized learning and of the many skills and habits of mind that students can develop through the process."

Mary Reilley Clark's insight:

I love Nancy's concise summary of the skills involved in content curation. This would be an excellent article to share with a teacher who may be reluctant to take on a passion-based learning project.

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