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Curation is an essential skills in an age where access to data is ubiquitous. This is a presentation prepared for the Future of Education conference in Montreal, August 19-21, 2013 by @dabambic on …

Curation is an essential skills in an age where access to data is ubiquitous. This is a presentation prepared for the Future of Education conference in Montreal, August 19-21, 2013 by @dabambic on

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  • 1. 1 Curation A 21 st Century Skill presented by D. Bambic & T. Reddy the future of learning/l’avenir de l’éducation & ebeam canada @dabambic
  • 2. 2 Today’s Agenda Curation as a core skill 3 Tools for curation Curate the web, curate social media, curate your classroom
  • 3. 3 While we talk... #foead for Twitter See this Google doc for resources (and share this slide deck) Find this presentation on
  • 4. 4 Why care about curation? Isn’t that the librarian’s job?
  • 5. We are living in exponential times. Some 21st century context
  • 6. In one second on the web... there are
  • 7. ‘Web 2.0’= User-generated content 100 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute 130 million people sharing photos & videos on Instagram...montly ( Mashable) 31 million bloggers (US only) +3 million blog posts daily
  • 8. 8
  • 9. 9 Information overload or the world at your fingertips?
  • 10. 10
  • 11. 11 Curation The Human Filter 11
  • 12. 12 to curate is to... select in order to preserve
  • 14. 14 to curate is to... analyze for relevance, credibility & authority
  • 15. 15 Teach students how to look for VALUE & detect CRAP (currency, reliability, authority, purpose/pov
  • 16. 16 Music to ‘detect CRAP by’ Dr. Chad Bauman
  • 17. 17 to curate is to... annotate, question, comment & reflect
  • 18. 18 Higher Order Cognitive Skills
  • 19. 19 Teach students how to make choices
  • 20. 20 To curate is to bring value to information to confer meaning to construct knowledge
  • 21. 21 Curation is adding an editorial voice, comments & reflections to deepen thinking
  • 22. 22 Curators (filters) bring value to their circles skr8 22
  • 23. 23 A curator is an expert learner who creates spaces where knowledge is CREATED EXPLORED CONNECTED
  • 24. 24 Learn from the experts @joycevalenza @RobinGood @NancyW
  • 25. Top 10 Reasons to Teach Curation Skills (click for the Google doc) 1. Curation is the antidote for hoarding data. 2. To curate means to consider your audience. 3. To curate is to give a context and meaning to data: to construct knowledge 4. To curate well is the focus on the salient amidst the clatter of ubiquitous data. 5. To curate means to exercise higher order cognitive skills - analysis, evaluation, reflection. 6. Curation gives students an editorial voice. 7. Curators are valuable filters for their circle of learners. 8. To curate is to bring value to a circle of learners. 9. To curate is to contribute to the ‘global brain’. (Robin Good) 10. If information is the currency of democracy (Thomas Jefferson), then curators are essential agents of that democracy. Curation makes sense of data and learning to curate is a democratic skill.
  • 26. CurationTools Diigo
  • 27. 27 Social Bookmarks Beginning the Curation Journey
  • 28. Where are your favorites?
  • 29. Save bookmarks, screenshots & notes Search with tags
  • 30. Quality Content from Interest Groups
  • 31. Beyond Google: Search the Curators
  • 32. Create groups for your classes
  • 33. Curate a legacy
  • 34. Curate for colleagues Join us!Join us!
  • 35. Create lists Play them asPlay them as a slideshowa slideshow
  • 36. Link to this document
  • 37. Engage with text using Diigo Visible on the web page Visible from Diigo
  • 38. 38 Annotation for Analysis of Ideas Use colour to teach thinking & writing skills yellow = thesis blue=supporting facts
  • 39. Threaded Discussions in Diigo 14141414
  • 40. Debating Teams: Reveal Sources but Hide Arguments
  • 41. 41 Diigo’s Awesome screenshot app
  • 42. 42 Annotate & Archive Screenshots, Share the URLAnnotate & Archive Screenshots, Share the URL
  • 43. 43 Curate social media with Storify
  • 44. 44 discover the power of narrative arrange elements to create a story arc Use social media to Develop core competencies media & language
  • 45. 45 invent a headline insert an editorial voice understand perspective taking Develop core competencies media & language Use social media to
  • 46. The Story of aTwitterThug An authentic audience for student work
  • 47. Students learn about perspective
  • 48. Storify accesses social media streams: Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram + more
  • 49. AddAdd commentarycommentary Students developStudents develop editorial voiceeditorial voice
  • 50. • curating the web & its resources • curating social media Not ‘either or’ but ‘and more’
  • 51. Curate the Classroom with eBeam
  • 52. What if you could record, preserve, capture and curate everything you wrote on the whiteboard?
  • 53. Record your whiteboard notes and students review lessons at home
  • 54. Recording the Whiteboard BEFORE eBeam (My iPhone)
  • 55. Record the whiteboard WITH eBeam Playback the writing & audio for homework Archive the lesson on your wiki, website...
  • 56. Archive & Curate Student Learning Compare & Contrast Two Essays Making Thinking Visible
  • 57. What if you could annotate any web page and record every stroke, colour and word you wrote?
  • 58. And then archive it for your students?
  • 59. Watch the magic Live demo of eBeam
  • 60. This slide deck was produced by @dabambic for a workshop given with T. Reddy from Oralys Canada for the Future of Education Conference in Montreal August 19-21, 2013 See the wiki for more information