ELC 012: Content Curation For Learning

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An effective content curator pays attention to the big picture to watch patterns and trends. He or she also focuses on the small details to satisfy the needs of the audience. Gaining competence in content curation is a Learning and Development skill for the 21st century.

In this podcast, I chat with Robin Good, new media communication expert, and the publisher of MasterNewMedia.org, a web magazine for communication professionals. Based in Rome, Italy, there’s no one better to enrich our understanding of what’s involved in curation. Robin shares expert techniques, best practices and tools for curation, which can be used to replace or supplement courses and a way to help employees keep up-to-date in their fields.

He can be found and reached on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIN and YouTube as “RobinGood.”

WE DISCUSS:

  • What curation means
  • Steps involved in expert curation
  • Examples of collaborated curation
  • Guidelines for collaborating on content curation with a team
  • Future of content curation
  • Criteria for choosing tools (there are over 600 curation tools now!)
  • Preservation of content
  • Curation tool recommendations

TIME: 45 minutes

RESOURCES

Robin’s Curation Sites:

  1. Content curation
  2. Online real-time collaboration and conferencing tools
  3. Marketing strategy
  4. Presentation tools
  5. Video publishing
  6. Web publishing tools

MasterNewMedia.org

Examples of Curation Collaboration by Teams:

Unusual and Well-done Curation:

Content Curation Tool Lists:

Curation Tools for Content:

Curation Tools for Images:

Curation Tools for Listmaking:

Tools for Archiving:

TRANSCRIPT:

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Are you curating content for your organization? Tell us about it in the Comments section below.


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  1. Mary Gayle says

    Mesmerizing! Thank you, Connie, for the introduction to this very practical topic and the expansive list of tools including your very engaging guest. I’m anxious to dive in and to share this information with colleagues near and far.

  2. Connie Malamed says

    Glad you liked it, Mary. I have to say my favorite aspect were his Italian metaphors. You just don’t normally hear metaphors like that! Very charming.
    Connie

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