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Curated collection:Building expertise and reputationPeter Albion
Feeling overwhelmed & apprehensive?                          Red Crater, Tongariro Crossing, New Zealand, Nov 2010
The world is no longer simple and certain.           Photo: Andrew McFarlane & CC (by) (nc)
Then, information changed slowly.                                    Moiry Glacier, Switzerland, Jul 2006
Now, information is a torrent.                                 Cave of the Winds, Niagara Falls, Sep 2012
Then, access to information was restricted.                                   Photo: rosefirerising CC (by) (nc) (nd)
Transmissive pedagogies made sense.                                Microsoft ClipArt
Understanding of knowledge has evolved.                                 Photo: patriziasoliani CC (by) (nc)
Objectivism: Knowledge exists independently –it can be owned and transmitted.                                  Photo: Thom...
Constructivism: Knowledge exists in the learner– it is built from personal experience.                                    ...
Connectivism: Knowledge exists in the network– learning is making connections.                                       Micro...
Information isaccessed fromnetworkedmachines andpeople.                 Photo: gtrwndr87 CC (by)(nc)(sa)
Information    40 exabytes (4 x               1019) of newcontinues to               information thisexpand         year =...
Attention flows toward information.… if you have any particular piece of information onthe Net, you can share it easily wi...
The information economy is really an attentioneconomy.                                   Photo: Steve McFarland CC (by) (nc)
Informationis notdiminishedby sharing.
Abundance ➙ a relationship economyWorldview               Consumer economy        Relationship economyUnderlying assumptio...
Abundance presents new challengesfor learning and teaching.                           Photo: Graeme Newcomb CC (by)
Lectures were never like this.                                 Photo: Ngo Quang Minh CC (by)(nc)
• Learning is acquiringOur tradition has     informationbeen                • Information is scarce                      a...
But we live in a   • User-generated                     contentworld of           • Power of the crowdabundant           •...
•   Content is freeWe need          •   Content is abundantpedagogies of    •   Content is varied                 •   Shar...
Learners &teachers need tomanageinformation flow.                    Photo: ckchanwebCC (by) (nc)
Information can be hunted but farming ismore efficient.                          Photos: mrshife & vredeseilanden CC (by)(...
Curating is not the same as collecting.                                     Mike Fisher, @fisher1000, Digigogy
Approach curating in 3 steps.            Seek                         Sense                         ShareDefine topics and...
• SearchSeek                   – Search engines                       – Librarykeeping up to date   • Subscribe           ...
• ReadSense                     – Products of seeking                        • Researchreflection & practice     – Related...
• CollateShare                  – Organise your ideas                     • Condenseconversations with     – Distil the es...
Connect to personal/professional learningnetworks.                                      Annecy, France, Jul 2006
Share using tools that suit your style.
Connecting andcontributing buildsreputation andtrust.                      Photo: Jean   nier CC (by) (nc)
The best educators are thebest learners.                        AITSL, 2012
You have a digitalfootprint.What does it looklike?How can youmake it work foryou?                     Photo: boegh CC (by)...
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Presentation for EDP4130 class about to engage with a curated collection project. I've used some 'warmed over' slides from previous presentations, material about curation from Jarche, Kanter & others, and a few ideas of my own.

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  1. 1. Curated collection:Building expertise and reputationPeter Albion
  2. 2. Feeling overwhelmed & apprehensive? Red Crater, Tongariro Crossing, New Zealand, Nov 2010
  3. 3. The world is no longer simple and certain. Photo: Andrew McFarlane & CC (by) (nc)
  4. 4. Then, information changed slowly. Moiry Glacier, Switzerland, Jul 2006
  5. 5. Now, information is a torrent. Cave of the Winds, Niagara Falls, Sep 2012
  6. 6. Then, access to information was restricted. Photo: rosefirerising CC (by) (nc) (nd)
  7. 7. Transmissive pedagogies made sense. Microsoft ClipArt
  8. 8. Understanding of knowledge has evolved. Photo: patriziasoliani CC (by) (nc)
  9. 9. Objectivism: Knowledge exists independently –it can be owned and transmitted. Photo: Thomas Hawk CC (by) (nc)
  10. 10. Constructivism: Knowledge exists in the learner– it is built from personal experience. Microsoft ClipArt
  11. 11. Connectivism: Knowledge exists in the network– learning is making connections. Microsoft ClipArt
  12. 12. Information isaccessed fromnetworkedmachines andpeople. Photo: gtrwndr87 CC (by)(nc)(sa)
  13. 13. Information 40 exabytes (4 x 1019) of newcontinues to information thisexpand year = more than in the previous 5000 years Shift Happens
  14. 14. Attention flows toward information.… if you have any particular piece of information onthe Net, you can share it easily with anyone else whomight want it. It is not in any way scarce, andtherefore it is not an information economy towardswhich we are moving … There is something else thatmoves through the Net, flowing in the oppositedirection from information, namely attention. Goldhaber, M. H. (1997). The Attention Economy and the Net. First Monday, 2(4). Retrieved from http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/519/440
  15. 15. The information economy is really an attentioneconomy. Photo: Steve McFarland CC (by) (nc)
  16. 16. Informationis notdiminishedby sharing.
  17. 17. Abundance ➙ a relationship economyWorldview Consumer economy Relationship economyUnderlying assumption Scarcity AbundanceGoal Ownership MembershipYou prize Proprietary secrets Openness, transparencyTo build Barriers Links and relationshipsTo get Involuntary lock-in Voluntary loyaltySell to Target markets Natural audiencesSell via Consumer marketing Social dynamicsAwareness through Branding, advertising Personal advocacyTrust? Buy it Earn itPeople are Untrustworthy More trustworthy than we think Jerry Michalski, The REXpedition, 2011
  18. 18. Abundance presents new challengesfor learning and teaching. Photo: Graeme Newcomb CC (by)
  19. 19. Lectures were never like this. Photo: Ngo Quang Minh CC (by)(nc)
  20. 20. • Learning is acquiringOur tradition has informationbeen • Information is scarce and hard to findpedagogies of • Trust authority for goodscarcity. information • Authorised information is beyond discussion • Obey the authority, and • Follow along Martin Weller, A Pedagogy of Abundance, 2010
  21. 21. But we live in a • User-generated contentworld of • Power of the crowdabundant • Data accessinformation. • Architecture of participation • Network effects • Openness Martin Weller, A Pedagogy of Abundance, 2010
  22. 22. • Content is freeWe need • Content is abundantpedagogies of • Content is varied • Sharing is easyabundance that • Learning is socialrecognise: • Connections are ‘light’ • Organisation is cheap • Systems are generative • Users generate content Martin Weller, A Pedagogy of Abundance, 2010
  23. 23. Learners &teachers need tomanageinformation flow. Photo: ckchanwebCC (by) (nc)
  24. 24. Information can be hunted but farming ismore efficient. Photos: mrshife & vredeseilanden CC (by)(nc)(sa)
  25. 25. Curating is not the same as collecting. Mike Fisher, @fisher1000, Digigogy
  26. 26. Approach curating in 3 steps. Seek Sense ShareDefine topics and organise Product: Writing with links, Credit sources and answersources presentation questionsScan more than you capture Annotate, archive, apply Feed your network a steady diet of good stuffDont capture unless high Must add value to work or Comment on other peoplesquality strategy stuff Jarche (2012) & Kanter (2011)
  27. 27. • SearchSeek – Search engines – Librarykeeping up to date • Subscribe – Social media – Newsletters – RSS • Scan • Select
  28. 28. • ReadSense – Products of seeking • Researchreflection & practice – Related material • Rehearse – Try out ideas • Reflect – How did that go?
  29. 29. • CollateShare – Organise your ideas • Condenseconversations with – Distil the essencenetworks • Connect • Contribute • Converse – Engage your audience
  30. 30. Connect to personal/professional learningnetworks. Annecy, France, Jul 2006
  31. 31. Share using tools that suit your style.
  32. 32. Connecting andcontributing buildsreputation andtrust. Photo: Jean nier CC (by) (nc)
  33. 33. The best educators are thebest learners. AITSL, 2012
  34. 34. You have a digitalfootprint.What does it looklike?How can youmake it work foryou? Photo: boegh CC (by)(sa)
  35. 35. Curated collection:Building expertise and reputationPeter Albion

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