Re-envisioningPedag gyEducators as curators           Corinne Weisgerber, Ph.D.                Shannan Butler, Ph.D.      ...
cu • ra •   tor
cu • ra •                   torSomeone who plans and oversees thearrangement, cataloguing, andexhibition of collections. S...
The list is the origin of culture. It’s part ofthe history of art and literature. What doesculture want? To make infinity ...
Curation as a metaphor
FindSelect                                  becoming anEditorializeArrangeCreateShareEngageTrack               Educator-Cu...
FINDFind relevant info/content:  - Set up a personal learning network   of colleagues, authors, experts, etc.   - Aggregat...
SXSWedu Presentation 2011
Aggregating potential course material with social bookmarks             COMM 3309 tag: my social media class
The journey of aresource: from birthto bookmark
The journey of aresource: from birthto bookmark
The journey of aresource: from birthto bookmark
The journey of aresource: from birthto bookmark
The journey of aresource: from birthto bookmark
SELECT Filter content Select content:   - quality   - relevance   - originality
EDITORIALIZE       Conte            xtuali                   ze co                         n    tent     Introd           ...
Contextualizing  resources
Contextualizing  resourcesLink to intro &  perspective
ARRANGE Sort content Rank content Lay out content   - Juxtaposition
ARRANGE Sort content Rank content Lay out content   - Juxtaposition
Info Molecules“A curator is an information chemist. He or she mixes atoms together in a way tobuild an info-molecule. Then...
Info Molecules“A curator is an information chemist. He or she mixes atoms together in a way tobuild an info-molecule. Then...
Sorting and arranging resources into course modules
CREATE                               5 Decide on a format:   Paper.li, Scoop.it     Storify, Storiful, etc.      Wiki, CMS...
Pictures   Tweet     Create                     Course Stats     Graphs    Content Editor-             Blog       Editor-i...
Jan. 25th                                        &the 21st                                         century                ...
iBooks2 and iBooks Author    January 19, 2012
SHARESharing = socialSharing with your networkSharing as a lagniappe
Sharing projects & lessons learned
"For it is in giving that we receive."                   -St. Francis of Assisi
ENGAGE Host the conversation:  - Provide space  - Participate  - Invite others  - Animate
Role of the curator-educator:Inviting others, animating discussions
Engaged students? Conversation carried on after classResponses to live-tweeting & current news slides discussed in class
TRACKTrack engagement  - comments, shares  - depth & quality of discussionAssessment used for improvement
Assessment used for improvementFeedback from former students (sometimes takes a while to appreciate)
CREDITSCorinne Weisgerber, Ph.D.          Shannan Butler, Ph.D.Associate Prof. of Communication   Associate Prof. of Commu...
Re-envisioning Modern Pedagogy: Educators as Curators
Re-envisioning Modern Pedagogy: Educators as Curators
Re-envisioning Modern Pedagogy: Educators as Curators
Re-envisioning Modern Pedagogy: Educators as Curators
Re-envisioning Modern Pedagogy: Educators as Curators
Re-envisioning Modern Pedagogy: Educators as Curators
Re-envisioning Modern Pedagogy: Educators as Curators
Re-envisioning Modern Pedagogy: Educators as Curators
Re-envisioning Modern Pedagogy: Educators as Curators
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Presentation given at SXSWedu on March 6, 2012. The podcast of the presentation can be found here: http://audio.sxsw.com/2012/podcasts/edu/06_Re_envisioning_Pedagogy.mp3

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  1. 1. Re-envisioningPedag gyEducators as curators Corinne Weisgerber, Ph.D. Shannan Butler, Ph.D. St. Edward’s University @corinnew, @shannanbutler
  2. 2. cu • ra • tor
  3. 3. cu • ra • torSomeone who plans and oversees thearrangement, cataloguing, andexhibition of collections. S/he describesand analyzes valuable objects for thebenefit of researchers and the public.
  4. 4. The list is the origin of culture. It’s part ofthe history of art and literature. What doesculture want? To make infinity comprehen-sible. And how, as a human being, doesone face infinity? How does one attemptto grasp the incomprehensible? Throughlists, through catalogs, through collectionsin museums & through encyclopedias &dictionaries. - Umberto Eco
  5. 5. Curation as a metaphor
  6. 6. FindSelect becoming anEditorializeArrangeCreateShareEngageTrack Educator-Curator Steps to
  7. 7. FINDFind relevant info/content: - Set up a personal learning network of colleagues, authors, experts, etc. - Aggregate what you discover
  8. 8. SXSWedu Presentation 2011
  9. 9. Aggregating potential course material with social bookmarks COMM 3309 tag: my social media class
  10. 10. The journey of aresource: from birthto bookmark
  11. 11. The journey of aresource: from birthto bookmark
  12. 12. The journey of aresource: from birthto bookmark
  13. 13. The journey of aresource: from birthto bookmark
  14. 14. The journey of aresource: from birthto bookmark
  15. 15. SELECT Filter content Select content: - quality - relevance - originality
  16. 16. EDITORIALIZE Conte xtuali ze co n tent Introd uce/s umm arize Add y our p erspe ct ive
  17. 17. Contextualizing resources
  18. 18. Contextualizing resourcesLink to intro & perspective
  19. 19. ARRANGE Sort content Rank content Lay out content - Juxtaposition
  20. 20. ARRANGE Sort content Rank content Lay out content - Juxtaposition
  21. 21. Info Molecules“A curator is an information chemist. He or she mixes atoms together in a way tobuild an info-molecule. Then adds value to that molecule.” - Scoble
  22. 22. Info Molecules“A curator is an information chemist. He or she mixes atoms together in a way tobuild an info-molecule. Then adds value to that molecule.” - Scoble
  23. 23. Sorting and arranging resources into course modules
  24. 24. CREATE 5 Decide on a format: Paper.li, Scoop.it Storify, Storiful, etc. Wiki, CMS, Slides
  25. 25. Pictures Tweet Create Course Stats Graphs Content Editor- Blog Editor-ializing Video Post ializing News Editor- UNAudio Story ializing Reports
  26. 26. Jan. 25th &the 21st century Internet issues Create it raises Course An action unprecedented in Internet history: Government switches off Internet, mobile & SMS February 2nd: Internet returns Content ?Why cut access to the Net Neutrality An ISP could start treating different content types, platforms & sites differently What IF we lost net neutrality?INTERNET Message control in this case: Kick out Al Jazeera Message controlled by the State Media: No protesters Slow Lane: For the Rest please wait ... Internet Tiered Matter of Message Control: Fast Lane: social media shifts message control to people For the Rich What IF Should the government be allowed to switch off the Internet in case of a cyber emergency? The INTERNET KILL SWITCH we lost net neutrality? • Some ISPs may not allow access to sites like Youtube (hence no video of the revolution) • Rich may have access to Video not available faster network that can handle video, poor may not be able to afford that Internet access A Basic Human Right? Mobile reporting: Important in getting story out
  27. 27. iBooks2 and iBooks Author January 19, 2012
  28. 28. SHARESharing = socialSharing with your networkSharing as a lagniappe
  29. 29. Sharing projects & lessons learned
  30. 30. "For it is in giving that we receive." -St. Francis of Assisi
  31. 31. ENGAGE Host the conversation: - Provide space - Participate - Invite others - Animate
  32. 32. Role of the curator-educator:Inviting others, animating discussions
  33. 33. Engaged students? Conversation carried on after classResponses to live-tweeting & current news slides discussed in class
  34. 34. TRACKTrack engagement - comments, shares - depth & quality of discussionAssessment used for improvement
  35. 35. Assessment used for improvementFeedback from former students (sometimes takes a while to appreciate)
  36. 36. CREDITSCorinne Weisgerber, Ph.D. Shannan Butler, Ph.D.Associate Prof. of Communication Associate Prof. of CommunicationSt. Edward’s University St. Edward’s University@corinnew @shannanbutler
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