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Lesson 11 - Sections - 11A 11B 11C 11D 11E
Lesson 11 - Sections - 11A 11B 11C 11D 11E
Section 11C: Students curate information from digital resources using a variety of tools and methods to create collections of artifacts that demonstrate meaningful connections or conclusions.
The word curate, as used in this objective, means "to pull together, sift through, and select for presentation, as music or website content:" (Source). In this section, we'll share a few resources about gathering information, great digital resources, and wonderful technology tools! Please spend an hour exploring the resources in this section!
Evernote is a cross-platform, freemium app designed for note taking, organizing, and archiving. ... The app allows users to create a "note" which can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten "ink" note. Notes can also have file attachments. This is one way to curate information from digital resources. For tips and tutorials visit https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/categories/10681-Tips-Tutorials
Google Keep is a note-taking service developed by Google. Launched on March 20, 2013, Google Keep is available on the web, and has mobile apps for the Android and iOS mobile operating systems.
Pinterest is a social network that allows users to visually share, and discover new interests by posting (known as 'pinning' on Pinterest) images or videos to their own or others' boards (i.e. a collection of 'pins,' usually with a common theme) and browsing what other users have pinned. This is a very visual way of curating information and resources! It is also a great way to search for resources. I use Pinterest extensively, and you're welcome to check out my Pinterest boards!
Video: Pinterest 2015 Tutorial for Education (16:34) This Pinterest tutorial teaches you how to use Pinterest from the point of view of a teacher. It shows how educators can use Pinterest to find lesson ideas and resources, and more. If you’re not a teacher you’ll still learn the basics of using Pinterest.
Quora is a question-and-answer site where questions are asked, answered, edited and organized by its community of users. Its publisher, Quora, Inc., is based in Mountain View, California.
Trapit is a comprehensive content curation service for business that offers content discovery, curation, and publishing to web, iPad, and social channels through its web application.
Spundge is similar to Pinterest in that you can set up keywords and find great content that is relevant to you, saving it for later. However, Spundge does something different from Pinterest in that, over time, it learns what you are interested in, tailoring your results to meet your needs. You can also search social media channels, filtering content by keyword, social engagement, time, location, and language send out your curated content in RSS form, essentially creating your own “newswire” of all the latest, highly relevant content for your audience. (Source)
BuzzSumo is powerful online tool that allows any user to find out what content is popular by topic or on any website.
SlideShare is a slide hosting service, acquired by LinkedIn in 2012. It allows users to upload files (PowerPoint, PDF, Keynote, or OpenDocument presentations) either privately or publicly. The slide decks can then be viewed on the site itself or can be embedded on other sites.
List.ly, according to co-founder Nick Kellet, is "true social curation with lists as a metaphor." List.ly is all about creating and curating lists. You can create lists of tips or lists of websites or lists of anything you can think of that your potential clients would be interested in.
Pocket is a free service that makes it easy to discover great content that's personalized to your interests, and save this content so you can return to it later – on any device, at any time.
ContenGems gives you access to over 200,000 RSS feeds, which makes it easy to find and curate virtually any type of content you need. All you have to do is search your chosen keywords, and you can skim through several different resources, cherry-picking content along the way.
Podcast Directory - Download from over 10 million podcast episodes. Choose from over 150 thousand podcast feeds in one of the largest podcast directories world wide.
Triberr At its core, Triberr is a platform to manage groups called Tribes. A tribe is a group of people, typically bloggers, who write about the same topics. For example, if I like blogger about food, I would look for a tribe that consists of other food bloggers.
Flipboard: Flipboard is the one place for all your interests. This video shows you how to find, follow, collect and share all the stories that matter to you.
Feedly is a news aggregator application for various web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android, also available as a cloud-based service. It compiles news feeds from a variety of online sources for the user to customize and share with others.
Scoop.it is a Content marketing software company based in San Francisco, California. The company operates the Scoop.it platform, a Content curation service, and markets its content marketing software to businesses.
MyCurator for WordPress will deliver content to your WordPress dashboard where you can easily review them. With one click curate the article into your WordPress Editor with an excerpt, image and attribution ready to go. Just add a paragraph to tell your readers about the article and you've created content for your site!
Storify is a social network service that lets the user create stories or timelines using social media such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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