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Glenda Morris
MLC
Deputy Director of MLC Libraries
Teacher Librarian
Learning Technologies Consultant
Digital Curation – i...
Licensed Under Creative Commons. Available on Flickr from Spark CBC:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/25031050@N06/3292307605/...
TODAY’S SESSION
• Explore two popular digital content curation tools - Pinterest and Scoopit
• Discover how you can create...
WHAT IS DIGITAL
CURATION?
• Sifting through vast amounts of information on the Internet that’s useful to you,
presenting i...
DIGITAL CURATION TOOLS
Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com
Scoop.it - www.scoop.it
HOW EDUCATORS USE
• Collaborate
Teacher to teacher
Student to teacher (vice versa)
Student to student
• Collect & curate
R...
WHAT IS ?
• FREE visual bookmarking social networking tool
• ‘Pin’ or ‘re-pin’ resources to your boards
• Create boards re...
WHAT IS ?
Scoop.it - www.scoop.it
• Create online magazine around your topic/s
• FREE version NOW limits 2 topics (used to...
OTHER CURATION TOOLS
• Pearltrees – www.pearltrees.com
• Learnist – https://learni.st/
• Listly - http://list.ly/
• EduCli...
Now, go forth &
curate …
ACTIVITY
• Create a FREE Pinterest or Scoop.it account (or other
curation tool)
• Search for a topic on your chosen curati...
CREDIT
Lyn Hay @lyn_hay on Twitter
Resourcing the Australian Curriculum seminar, Sydney 9 September 2013
• Paul Carey @lib...
Digital Content Curation: iCurate, iShare, iDiscover
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Digital Content Curation: iCurate, iShare, iDiscover

  1. 1. Glenda Morris MLC Deputy Director of MLC Libraries Teacher Librarian Learning Technologies Consultant Digital Curation – iCurate, iShare, iDiscover
  2. 2. Licensed Under Creative Commons. Available on Flickr from Spark CBC: http://www.flickr.com/photos/25031050@N06/3292307605/sizes/z/in/photostream /
  3. 3. TODAY’S SESSION • Explore two popular digital content curation tools - Pinterest and Scoopit • Discover how you can create topics related to your curriculum/topic • Use either/both for your own professional networking • Curate your own board/s on a topic - provide annotations to the websites/resources you’ve located • Search for information that has been shared by others on similar topics – rich sources of information • Consider how you could use one of these tools in your teaching
  4. 4. WHAT IS DIGITAL CURATION? • Sifting through vast amounts of information on the Internet that’s useful to you, presenting it in a meaningful & organised way around a theme/topic to suit your own needs • More than just collecting links – putting them into context with organisation, annotation & presentation • Selection of the best, most relevant, quality resources to meet specific information needs • Connecting with others • Sharing with others who might have a similar use/need
  5. 5. DIGITAL CURATION TOOLS Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com Scoop.it - www.scoop.it
  6. 6. HOW EDUCATORS USE • Collaborate Teacher to teacher Student to teacher (vice versa) Student to student • Collect & curate Resource units of work (websites) & organise onto boards Store resources in one place Gather images and videos for lessons & presentations Students to locate resources as class activity for inquiry tasks • Search for content Search and look for other educator’s boards for images, websites, videos …
  7. 7. WHAT IS ? • FREE visual bookmarking social networking tool • ‘Pin’ or ‘re-pin’ resources to your boards • Create boards related to your curriculum/topic/interests • Collect resources & organise them by “pinning” to boards • Create boards related to your curriculum/topic/interests • Share & collaborate • Web tool & iPad/iPhone/Android app
  8. 8. WHAT IS ? Scoop.it - www.scoop.it • Create online magazine around your topic/s • FREE version NOW limits 2 topics (used to be 5)  • ‘Scoop’ or ‘rescoop’ resources/links • Limits now to 10 scoops per day • Scoop.it Education (teachers, students) – allows team curation, create additional topics and unlimited. $6.99/month
  9. 9. OTHER CURATION TOOLS • Pearltrees – www.pearltrees.com • Learnist – https://learni.st/ • Listly - http://list.ly/ • EduClipper – https://educlipper.net/ • LiveBinders – http://www.livebinders.com • FlipBoard – https://flipboard.com/ Non-visual booking marking tools • Diigo – http://www.diigo.com • Delicious - https://delicious.com/
  10. 10. Now, go forth & curate …
  11. 11. ACTIVITY • Create a FREE Pinterest or Scoop.it account (or other curation tool) • Search for a topic on your chosen curation tool • Create a topic related to a curriculum area & start pinning/scooping content •How could you incorporate curation into your learning & teaching practice?
  12. 12. CREDIT Lyn Hay @lyn_hay on Twitter Resourcing the Australian Curriculum seminar, Sydney 9 September 2013 • Paul Carey @librarianpaul on Twitter Presentation from ISTE 2014 Educreation: Find + Create + Connect http://www.pearltrees.com/librarianpaul/educuration-create- connect/id11962389 • Sue Waters @suewaters on Twitter Curation: Creatively Filtering Content (June 12, 2014) http://theedublogger.com/2014/06/12/curation/

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