Curation class 3 : The Tools

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  • demander a chacun de me donner leur nom et pourquoi ils voulaient assister a ce cours? expectations
  • Traditional class followed by workshop
  • Latin origins of the word
  • a curator choose, edit, give an angle, in one word OFFER HIS OWN STORY
  • CUration is offering an angle with passion. IF you come here today, its not to learn from me, its to give you the permission. Its not complicate to talk about what we love.
  • CUration is offering an angle with passion. IF you come here today, its not to learn from me, its to give you the permission. Its not complicate to talk about what we love.
  • CUration is offering an angle with passion. IF you come here today, its not to learn from me, its to give you the permission. Its not complicate to talk about what we love.
  • CUration is offering an angle with passion. IF you come here today, its not to learn from me, its to give you the permission. Its not complicate to talk about what we love.
  • because we have all somthing to say about something we know. Blogger suppose to be creation of content: being a natural born blogger Curator: we all naturally one
  • because we have all somthing to say about something we know. Blogger suppose to be creation of content: being a natural born blogger Curator: we all naturally one
  • because we have all somthing to say about something we know. Blogger suppose to be creation of content: being a natural born blogger Curator: we all naturally one
  • Curation class 3 : The Tools

    1. 1. Being a Curator <ul><li>The Tools & Best Practices </li></ul>
    2. 2. “To learn, read. To know, write. To master, teach”
    3. 4. The Art of Curation <ul><li>Class + workshop </li></ul><ul><li>Three classes: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Being a curator </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Humanrithms vs. Algorithms </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Tools </li></ul></ul>
    4. 5. Today <ul><li>Which tools do you need? </li></ul><ul><li>Scoop.it </li></ul><ul><li>How to integrate your curation activity with your daily comm strategy </li></ul>
    5. 6. Busy Market?
    6. 7. Find Your Medium
    7. 8. Twitter: the Curators Place?
    8. 9. Curation Needs Context
    9. 10. Storify: Making a Story
    10. 11. Pinterest: Curating personal interests Curating personal interests http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtmmGA0M_yk
    11. 12. Pinterest
    12. 13. Pinterest
    13. 14. Pearltree: collaborative curation collaborative curation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UnzYWinUhk
    14. 15. Paper.li: Your Newspaper? Your Newspaper?
    15. 16. Select a topic
    16. 17. Let the algorithm do its magic
    17. 18. Tada!
    18. 19. Scoop.it: A Platform, not a Tool A Platform, not a Tool
    19. 20. What’s Your Favorite Topic? Favorite Topic?
    20. 21. Use Technology, Don’t Be Used By It Don’t Be Used By It
    21. 22. Be The Editor
    22. 23. Especially on Crowded Topics
    23. 24. Give an angle
    24. 25. Curate
    25. 26. Be an Editor, a Narrator Again a Narrator Again
    26. 27. Share
    27. 28. Share with Relevance
    28. 29. Example: Google+
    29. 30. Nurture a Dialogue
    30. 31. Interactivity
    31. 32. Know Your Audience
    32. 33. Listen
    33. 34. Feedback
    34. 35. Feedback Loops
    35. 36. You Want To Be Trusted
    36. 37. You Want To Be Loved
    37. 38. Axelle Tessandier @axelletess @axelletess

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