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  • Competency required for digital curation- analysis of jobhttp://www.ijdc.net/index.php/ijdc/article/view/8.1.66 Typical employers qualifications and training for curation.http://targetjobs.co.uk/careers-advice/job-descriptions/279189-curator-job-description
  • Australian Government Department of Education job guide for Year 11 and 12 , Hobsons Copyright.http://www.jobguide.thegoodguides.com.au/occupation/searchCuration Definitionhttp://dictionary.reference.com/browse/curationData Curation definitonhttphttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_curation
  • Australian Curriculum:Technologies Foundation (K) to Year 10; guide to Science and Technology (K-6) March 01,2013http://syllabus.bos.nsw.edu.au/science/science-k10/ Digital Curation in the Academy Library (Feb 5th ,2014)http://www.asis.org/asist2012/proceedings/Submissions/283.pdfVallee, J ICT in Educationhttp://youtu.be/IQW5n_Af_BoWall, J & Ryan, S. (2010). Resourcing for curriculum innovation:Learning in a changing world. Acer Press,Vic (Cptr 4 pp.25).
  • Digital Curation in the Academy Library (Feb 5th ,2014)Educause. (Oct 2012). 7 things you should know about – Social Content Curationhttp://www.educause.edu/library/resources/7-things-you-should-know-about-social-content-cur...http://www.asis.org/asist2012/proceedings/Submissions/283.pdfValenza, J. (2012). Curation. School Library Monthly. 29(1), 20-23. 
  • Content Curation tools (Jan 7th,2014) 21 Criteria to Select and Evaluate Your Ideal one-Pros and Cons.http://www.masternewmedia.org/content-curation-tools-selection-criteria-to-evaluate/ Fiedur,B (Sept 30,2013) .Content curation the Pros and Cons and why you should care!http://www.bogdanfiedur.info/content-curation-pros-cons/ Petersen,J.N.(Aug 14,2011) Social bookmarking tools review- pros and conshttp://twrctank.com/2011/08/14/a-review-of-social-bookmarking-and-other-link-curation-tools...
  • Crowdspoke. (2011, June 7). Understand collective curation in under 90 seconds. [Video file]. Retrieved from Http://youtu.be/eW775HIlVMg.Lawlor ,E.(June, 2010) Online resources to Create, curate and collaborate-Amsterdam International Community school http://www.slideshare.net/elaw527/creation-curation-collaboration
  • Mihailidis,P (2013) Exploring curation as a core competency in digital and Media content. Answers questions for Educators.http://www-jime.open.ac.uk/jime/article/viewArticle/2013-02/htmlModule 2 (2.5) Content curation ETL523 Digital Citizenship in Schools. Knowledge networks and Digital Innovation WebsiteMaster of Education. Charles Sturt University, Centre for Information Studies, Wagga Wagga.
  • Adapted from De Rossi, L.C. and Good, R. (2010)Digital Content Curation : opportunities for Learning, Teaching, research and Professional Development.https://otl.curtin.edu.au/events/conferences/tlf/tlf2014/refereed/flintoff.pdScanlon, S Blog ( updated April 2014) Ultimate list of content curation tools –What is the best for collections? You brand http://www.youbrandinc.com/ultimate-lists/ultimate-list-content-curation-tools-platform/
  • Gerstein,J (2014 since 2009) Blog post -The Flipped Classroom-The full picture for tinkering and Makerhttp://usergeneratededucation.wordpress.com/2012/06/16/the-flipped-classroom-the-full-pictu...Hellman,S .(updated 10th April 2014) Curation Platforms : Educational- mixology.wikispaces.com http://educational-mixology.wikispaces.com/Curation%2BTools Shearing ,L (2011) Web 2.0 Cool Tools for Schools-An outstanding Wiki and links to tools with brief summary details.http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Steve Rosenbaum is the CEO of Magnify.net, a video Curation and Publishing platform.Rosenbaum-Mashable Magnify.net, a video curation and publishig platform.mashable.com/2010/05/03/content-curation-creation
  • "Curation Platforms" are tools which enable you to personally select online contenthttp://educational-mixology.wikispaces.com/Curation%2BTools Jones, G (Jun 30, 2013) ... So I created this HUGE playlist of Curation Tools for our Mobile, Flipped, & Curated http://www.thedaringlibrarian.com/2013/06/the-big-mentormob-playlist-of-curation.html Content Curation (6th Dec 2011) Digitally enhanced classroom curationhttp://fusionfinds.wordpress.com/2011/12/06/content-curation-classroom-applications/User-generated comparisons tables. Compare anything such as products, services, objects, software, websites, people... https://socialcompare.com/
  • Diigo-using diigo in the classroom (last updated Jun 26th ,2012)-student learning https://sites.google.com/site/team8project9440/using-diigo-in-the-classroom-2 Dipity tutorial (17th Jan 2012)–Potter,DNewslab, How to create a timeline.http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3D7ngcUjUAqZELearn how to use Evernote-Video tutorials on all aspects of Evernote.http://evernote.com/video/ Pearl Trees(May 30th,2011) YouTube (beta 0.8.2) –How to use pearltrees.http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DYBy6jnmht3U
  • Campos, M, Wiki Blog -Dipity-How to use - The Art of Discoveryhttp://theageofdiscovery.wikispaces.com/How%2Bto%2Buse%2BDipity%253F Dip into Dipity! ( Jan 30th , 2010) Purdue Grad 77 Slide share-Outline for webinar lesson on Dipity. http://www.slideshare.net/purduegrad77/dip-into-dipity-3027406Frasca, J ( Oct 27th, 2013) 71 features of an Evernote note.http://www.jasonfrasca.com/deconstructing-everyday-blog/71-features-of-an-evernote-note/ How to use Pearltrees ? 8 features.http://www.pearltrees.com/imagineall/how-use-pearltrees/id6900559 Manolovitz,T-Features and how to use Diigo-Sam Houston State University Research.https://digitalresearchtools.pbworks.com/f/Diigo%2BDescription.pdf O’neill, M. ( May 12th, 2012).5 cool features of Evernotehttp://www.makeuseof.com/tag/cool-features-evernote-kick-ass-service/ Wikipedia on featured curation tools-Collaborationhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pearltrees (Evernote.Diigo,Dipity)
  • E-learning industry –(13th Oct 2013) 10 free content curation tools for classroom.http://elearningindustry.com/top-10-free-content-curation-tools-for-teachersFoxVox will speak any text you highlight on a web page (17th Feb 2012)https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/foxvox/%3Fsrc%3Dsearch11 free content curation tools ( July 23rd 2013) –future point of viewhttp://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2011/08/how-can-web-2-0-curation-tools-be-used-in-the-class...Web tools 4u2usehttp://webtools4u2use.wikispaces.com/Curation%2BTools
  • 13 Great Text to speech tools -free voice tools (Jan 11th,2013)Education Technology and Mobile learninghttp://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/01/13-great-free-text-to-speech-tools.html Lists (March 13,2014) Make it easy for organising and ranking topics/ adding content to blogposts/ finding out opinions and trends on topicshttp://list.ly/ Bulloch, L Why should you use Listly ( april 20th, 2013)http://socialmediatoday.com/lilachbullock/1396801/why-you-should-be-using-listly-reviewPresentation tools –Cool School Tools http://socialmediatoday.com/lilachbullock/1396801/why-you-should-be-using-listly-review http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Presentation%2BTools
  • Bringing Maker-(July 30,2012) Style Garage Tinkering into the local libraryhttp://magazine.good.is/articles/bringing-maker-style-garage-tinkering-into-the-local-libra... Goodreads- quotes about risk taking.http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/risks Tech trends and library services in the digital age-(May 10th ,2013)- Zickuhr,K for Pew Research centre.http://www.pewinternet.org/2013/05/10/tech-trends-and-library-services-in-the-digital-age/ Valenza, J. (2011, September 30). Curation is the new search tool [Blog post].Retrieved from http://blogs.slj.com/neverendingsearch/2011/09/30/curation-tools-are-also-search-tools
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    • 1. Why is curation such an important life skill? Susana Noor –CSU course ETL523 Student No-11428780 Teacher librarians, art & Museum curators all look after important res0urces I
    • 2. What does “Curate” mean ? • “Curate” in general terms, means a range of activities and processes done to create, manage, maintain and validate a component. • A museum may take charge of an object, • An art gallery may organise an art exhibit or curate a photography Show. • Curate means to make sense of , to pull together, to sift through and select for presentation, as music, or website content.
    • 3. The new curriculum and digital curation • Internet technology has provided a global classroom where students not only share information, tools and workspaces but create new works online (i.e. using mixed media, social networking, wikis, blogs, reflections). • In meeting the content and general capabilities of the new Australian curriculum, the teacher librarian will need considerable background material and to filter the prolific content available for students. • Digital Curation therefore helps provide carefully selected, relevant and quality resources through guided search for enquiry based research.
    • 4. • The teacher librarian acts like a human filter-providing quality resources for the needs of students and education programs. • Curation tools help to organise types of information and help with professional publishing. • There are many formats for Digital curation- data can show links and also provide annotations to highlight aspects of a topic or theme. • Curation tools can help students to manage daily school programs and for personal creative pursuits. Teacher Librarian as Digital Curator
    • 5. Pros Cons Most tools are easy to join and install and allow users to play with content sharing . Tools could encourage violations of copyright/plagiarism May suit non-academic/ESL students with formats such as photo and video sharing. Author or validated source is difficult to trace once curation tools are used. May miss links etc, and correct information Students can enjoy enrichment from curated professional sites and examples. Limited website controls so website is visible to all users.-safety issues. Can brainstorm and then keep for a later research. Many types of tools to suit functions (photos, videos, blogs ,etc). Some require signing in with personal information so could pose safety issue. The implications of Curation tools. Curation tools make it easy to collect , post and group areas of content for school and other pursuits.
    • 6. Collective Curation • With the overload of information…making effective and safe use of the internet is essential. • Working in groups allows for collective curation- each contributor works on a small sub-area to help the group. • A filter bubble is where users only learn from one group or source. • Collective curation therefore enables expansion of concepts & formats, varied knowledge from experts, wisdom on specific content to broaden and help the collective whole.
    • 7. Why Curation ? • Curation, as an approach to bringing digital and media literacy competencies into the classroom, can help build meaningful teaching and learning approaches for today’s participatory media landscape.” Mihailidis (2013) • All learners can be sharers and collectors using their own curated sites. • Story telling is one way of using online curation :photos, videos, written blogs, group projects ,portfolios ,comments about experiences. • Core skills taught using curation are critical inquiry, analysis, organisation and evaluation.
    • 8. • Be easy to use and allow users to save and publish at anytime. • Allow content to be gathered and shared with selected audience/ group or the wider community. • Allow the curator to edit / comment/ upload/add in varied media and have audience comments (analytics). • May track usage to the site for personal feedback.(business) • Has a way of sharing to other sites through links. Some features of useful curation tools
    • 9. • “Curation platforms are tools which help you to personally select online content, to edit it and share it.”(Social compare website) • Teachers need to learn to take risks, to tinker, to allow time for students to develop curation skills. • L, Shearing has composed a helpful tools website http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Collaborative%2BTools • Lets start by examining 10 free tools and some of their useful features… Top Tools for Teacher Librarians Where do we begin ?
    • 10. 10 free classroom curation sites Storify allows users to create and edit content found on social media and tell a story. Photos, video, Youtube etc. Pinterest allows users to “pin” content and ideas that interest them found around the web onto themed notice boards with brief explanation notes. Scoopit allows users to find the latest news to be delivered and re-shared with others in a style similar to magazines. It centres on niche topics and others can suggest news content to add to your site
    • 11. Name Ease of use cost Uses Can link Storify Join through social media and sort through social media and drag content to one place to create stories free Create stories and timelines. Can cover news stories and update Can add comments and Url to embed features on their stories. Can link storify elsewhere Pinterest Request to join or through friend’s invitation, Easy to use. Collect and share visual story boards with limited information. Can group topic ideas and interests onto boards and pin from web Free Can upgrade for fee Class projects on aspects of topic. Group Work on interests. Can install “Pin it” button to add content from web or use existing boards for inspiration. Can add source or reference for items pinned from the web. Can follow boards from others and share through pins. Can comment and link to social media. Scoopit Can join through social media. Scoop material through topic, url, bookmark, suggestion. Free Can Upgrade for fee. Create first topic then add ideas /content from the web. Can link to social networking accounts. follow and dash board interests automatically.
    • 12. 10 Free Platform tools continued Evernote allows users to manage information on multiple mobile devices and have it accessible and searchable ready for use. Diigo is a tool used to highlight pages or articles that interest the user .Groups can be created where users share content on topic areas to broaden knowledge outcomes. Dipity is a timeline curation tool for users, both individually or in groups to add text / content / video/ onto time lines and share them with others .( publicly or privately). Pealtrees allows users to brainstorm content; photos videos ideas interests )found on the internet and organise it like a mind-map or tree.
    • 13. Name Ease of Use cost Uses Can link Evernote Join Evernote website. Installing web clipper enables one to add content from web Free Your own private scrapbook of web content on topic. Can email link, create index or tag notes to use later. Share notes on social media. Diigo Join Diigo website. Allows users to highlight text and take notes while browsing the internet.Diigo is cloudbased network. Free Group projects where users can share url or text and highlight important features. Bookmarks can be saved, url or web page can be saved and highlighted text . Can share text or web page links with group. Dipity Join up using website and Make a timeline and add photos/videos/news reports . Free Great for group use in class. Each student can contribute information to add to years. Make class timeline with events and images . Can be private or public and can be embed into other sites as part of a wiki using the url created.Link to social networking sites. Pearltrees Join Pearltrees website.Use pearltrees to cultivate everything you like/your interests.Use url or personal photos Free Visual interface to show interests as branches on tree. Team pearltrees allows for group work. Trees can show hierachy in order of branches. Can be embeded and link to social media such as facebook or twitter. Use url to add or follow others. Pick and comment on social content.
    • 14. 10 Free Platforms for classroom curation Voki- helps you create an on line avatar characters to speak your written text. Great for profile, blogs or wiki to add character to your text. . Foxvox-helps you highlight speech via written word and it will speak it out-loud. Students can make audio books and turn blogs into podcasts. List.ly –create list of things you want to share, compare and do with people you care about. Discover the latest trends and group opinions.
    • 15. Name Ease of Use Cost Uses Can Link List.ly Headings make it easy to collate. People places, things Collect, apps, media , resource, twitter. compare and share using social media and the web Free Create user lists for topics or debates in class. Use for surveys and other group activities Social media and has privacy controls. Photos etc can be Embed into blog posts. Foxvox Install as an add on into firefox. Web browser. Free Students can highlight and collect information and have it read back out loud to them. Group projects. Contains headings and can be used with audio books. Turn blogs into podcasts by highlighting using Foxvox. Voki Free website that lets you use a Avatars to speak your text. Great for shy students . Free Voki classroom and presenter can help in class groups. Bloggs for news can use Voki to pesent short snippedts of information. Linked to facebook and twitter. Can use different languages and characters. Shy students can use voki for presentations.
    • 16. Summary on curation • New curation tools present an exciting new genre of search tool, a tool for scanning the real-time environment, as well as opportunities for evaluating quality and relevance in emerging information landscapes. Valenza,J (2011) • All Students can learn to curate and create through story telling. They learn the skills of critical enquiry, analysis, organisation and evaluation, they can share their work in groups and receive feedback. • Teacher librarians need to explore technology, tinker and not be afraid to learn along side students. • There are many curation tools for many types of curation projects so allowing time for participatory learning experiences is an important aspect for the teacher librarian in developing student’s curation skills for school and toward life-long learning. • “There is freedom in stepping out and taking risks when you know at any given moment, you can always begin again.” ― Eva Gregory
    • 17. Bibliography • Australian Curriculum: Technologies Foundation (K) to Year 10; guide to Science and Technology (K-6) March 01,2013 • http://syllabus.bos.nsw.edu.au/science/science-k10/ • Bulloch, L Why should you use Listly? ( april 20th, 2013) • http://socialmediatoday.com/lilachbullock/1396801/why-you-should-be-using-listly- review • Bringing Maker-(July 30,2012) Style Garage Tinkering into the local library • http://magazine.good.is/articles/bringing-maker-style-garage-tinkering-into-the-local- libra... • Copyright. • http://www.jobguide.thegoodguides.com.au/occupation/search • Curation Definition • http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/curation • Competency required for digital curation- analysis of job • http://www.ijdc.net/index.php/ijdc/article/view/8.1.66 • Campos, M, Wiki Blog -Dipity-How to use - The Art of Discovery • http://theageofdiscovery.wikispaces.com/How%2Bto%2Buse%2BDipity%253F
    • 18. Bib continued Content –(2o12)Curation … http://www.asis.org/asist2012/proceedings/Submissions/283.pdf Content Curation tools (Jan 7th,2014) 21 Criteria to Select and Evaluate Your Ideal one- Pros and Cons. http://www.masternewmedia.org/content-curation-tools-selection-criteria-to-evaluate/ Crowdspoke. (2011, June 7). Understand collective curation in under 90 seconds. [Video file]. Retrieved from Http://youtu.be/eW775HIlVMg. Jones, G (Jun 30, 2013) ... So I created this HUGE playlist of Curation Tools for our Mobile, http://www.asis.org/asist2012/proceedings/Submissions/283.pdf http://fusionfinds.wordpress.com/2011/12/06/content-curation-classroom-applications/ Data Curation definiton Content Curation (6th Dec 2011) Digitally enhanced classroom curation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_curationDe Rossi, L.C. and Good, R. (2010)Digital Content Curation : opportunities for Learning, Teaching, research and Professional Development. https://otl.curtin.edu.au/events/conferences/tlf/tlf2014/refereed/flintoff.pd Digital Curation in the Academy Library (Feb 5th ,2014) http://www.asis.org/asist2012/proceedings/Submissions/283.pdf Diigo-using diigo in the classroom (last updated Jun 26th ,2012)-student learning https://sites.google.com/site/team8project9440/using-diigo-in-the-classroom-2
    • 19. Bib Continued Dip into Dipity! ( Jan 30th , 2010) Purdue Grad 77 Slide share-Outline for webinar lesson on Dipity. http://www.slideshare.net/purduegrad77/dip-into-dipity-3027406 Dipity tutorial (17th Jan 2012)–Potter,D Newslab, How to create a timeline. http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3D7ngcUjUAqZE Educause. (Oct 2012). 7 things you should know about – Social Content Curation http://www.educause.edu/library/resources/7-things-you-should-know-about-social- E-learning industry –(13th Oct 2013) 10 free content curation tools for classroom. http://elearningindustry.com/top-10-free-content-curation-tools-for-teachers 11 free content curation tools ( July 23rd 2013) –future point of view http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2011/08/how-can-web-2-0-curation-tools-be-used-in- the-class... Fiedur,B (Sept 30,2013) .Content curation the Pros and Cons and why you should care! http://www.bogdanfiedur.info/content-curation-pros-cons/ Flipped, & Curated http://www.thedaringlibrarian.com/2013/06/the-big-mentormob-playlist-of- curation.html Frasca, J ( Oct 27th, 2013 )71 features of an Evernote note. http://www.jasonfrasca.com/deconstructing-everyday-blog/71-features-of-an-evernote- note/ FoxVox will speak any text you highlight on a web page (17th Feb 2012) https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/foxvox/%3Fsrc%3Dsearch
    • 20. Bib Continued Gerstein,J (2014 since 2009) Blog post -The Flipped Classroom-The full picture for tinkering and Maker http://usergeneratededucation.wordpress.com/2012/06/16/the-flipped-classroom-the- full-pictu... Goodreads- quotes about risk taking. http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/risks Hellman,S .(updated 10th April 2014) Curation Platforms : Educational- mixology.wikispaces.com http://educational-mixology.wikispaces.com/Curation%2BTools Lawlor ,E.(June, 2010) Online resources to Create, curate and collaborate-Amsterdam International Community school http://www.slideshare.net/elaw527/creation-curation-collaboration Learn how to use Evernote-Video tutorials on all aspects of Evernote. http://evernote.com/video/ Lists (March 13,2014) Make it easy for organising and ranking topics/ adding content to blogposts/ finding out opinions and trends on topics http://list.ly/ Mihailidis,P (2013) Exploring curation as a core competency in digital and Media content. Answers questions for Educators. http://www-jime.open.ac.uk/jime/article/viewArticle/2013-02/html Module 2 (2.5) (2014)Content curation ETL523 Digital Citizenship in Schools. Knowledge networks and Digital Innovation Website Master of Education. Charles Sturt University, Centre for Information Studies, Wagga Wagga.
    • 21. Bib Continued Pearl Trees(May 30th,2011) YouTube (beta 0.8.2) –How to use pearltrees. http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DYBy6jnmht3U Petersen,J.N.(Aug 14,2011) Social bookmarking tools review- pros and cons http://twrctank.com/2011/08/14/a-review-of-social-bookmarking-and-other-link-curation- tools... Presentation tools –Cool School Tools http://socialmediatoday.com/lilachbullock/1396801/why-you-should-be-using-listly-review http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Presentation%2BTools Rosenbaum,S is the CEO of Magnify.net,(2010) a video Curation and Publishing platform. Rosenbaum-Mashable Magnify.net, a video curation and publishig platform. mashable.com/2010/05/03/content-curation-creation Shearing ,L (2011) Web 2.0 Cool Tools for Schools-An outstanding Wiki and links to tools with brief summary details. http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/ Scanlon, S Blog ( updated April 2014) Ultimate list of content curation tools –What is the best for collections? You brand http://www.youbrandinc.com/ultimate-lists/ultimate-list-content-curation-tools-platform/ 13 Great Text to speech tools -free voice tools (Jan 11th,2013)Education Technology and Mobile learning http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/01/13-great-free-text-to-speech-tools.html
    • 22. Bib Continued Typical employers qualifications and training for curation. http://targetjobs.co.uk/careers-advice/job-descriptions/279189-curator-job-description User-generated comparisons tables. Compare anything such as products, services, objects, software, websites, people... https://socialcompare.com/ Valenza, J. (2011, September 30). Curation is the new search tool [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://blogs.slj.com/neverendingsearch/2011/09/30/curation-tools-are- also-search-tools Valenza, J. (2012). Curation. School Library Monthly. 29(1), 20-23. Vallee, J ICT in Education http://youtu.be/IQW5n_Af_Bo Wall, J & Ryan, S. (2010). Resourcing for curriculum innovation:Learning in a changing world. Acer Press,Vic (Cptr 4 pp.25). Web tools 4u2use http://webtools4u2use.wikispaces.com/Curation%2BTools Zichur,K (May 10th ,2013) Tech trends and library services in the digital age- for Pew Research centre. http://www.pewinternet.org/2013/05/10/tech-trends-and-library-services-in-the-digital- age The End