Social media wrangling curation

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  • Overall conference fail of user-generated content curation real-time due to no internet connections (didn’t pay hotel for overall wireless, city wifi unreliable, and if paid for wifi in hotel room did not work in meeting rooms)
  • Paper.li was too automated and did not allow for more than one content source: choose between Facebook or Twitter
  • Aggregate and filter content from many places into one feed
  • Easy to embed into NetVibes, websites, blogs and other locations
  • Fail! We had a large screen monitor at the check-in desk for people to see at a glance what was going on in the conference- little real-time updates due to no internet, and monitor was not functioning
  • Worked as pre and post conference summary
  • Used with permission from Master New Media
  • Social media wrangling curation

    1. 1. Social Media Wrangling: AComparison of Feed Tools Kristen Mastel Outreach & Instruction Librarian University of Minnesota
    2. 2. Case Studies• Visual Resources Association and Art Libraries Society of North America Joint Conference• eXtension Communities of Practice Workshop http://bit.ly/brickclick2011curation
    3. 3. LEARNFROM MYMISTAKES
    4. 4. Curation Strategy • Identify niche • Title • Identify sources • Credit • Set up search framework • Sequence • Network • Organize • Aggregate • Update • Filter • Disclose • Select stories • Syndicate • Verify • Feedback • Edit • Monitor • Provide context • Refine and improve • Spin- Robin Good, Real-Time News Curation - The Complete Guide Part 4: Process, Key Tasks, Workflow
    5. 5. VISUAL RESOURCES ASSOCIATION ANDART LIBRARIES SOCIETY OF NORTHAMERICA JOINT CONFERENCE
    6. 6. Sources• VRA & ARLIS/NA Conference blog and others• Flickr pool• Tweets• Delicious tagged items
    7. 7. FAIL
    8. 8. Paper.li
    9. 9. Yahoo Pipes
    10. 10. Yahoo Pipes Output
    11. 11. NetVibes
    12. 12. Storify
    13. 13. EXTENSION COMMUNITIES OFPRACTICE WORKSHOP
    14. 14. Twubs
    15. 15. Lanyard
    16. 16. Other Tools• Scoop.it• PearlTrees• Google+• Pinterest• Flipboard
    17. 17. THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING!

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