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Kris Baldwin

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  • Content curation is not about collecting links or being an information pack rat, it is more about putting them into a context with organization, annotation, and presentation.  
  • For some staff members, content curation can be professional of learning.   Professional development used to be about getting trained or acquiring a specific skill.
  • Finding the information or “seeking”  is only one third of the task as Mari Smith points out in this video about why curation is important and some tools  for doing it.        Making sense of the information is just as important.  Sense making can be a simple as how you annotate the li

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Apr 13, 15

iTunes can be downloaded to Mac or PC and is native to iPad and iPhone. For Android devices, you will need a third party application like TunesViewer.

Apr 13, 15

App for viewing iTunes U content on Android devices.

Apr 13, 15

iTunes U has a lot of resources. Open University is one example from the UK.

Apr 13, 15

This is a K12 focused collection, but it has some great tools that might be useful for 095 or 100 level courses.

Apr 13, 15

Organize finds into a grid (similar to Symbaloo). Allows you to import your bookmarks from your browser. iOS and Android friendly.

Apr 13, 15

LiveBinders for Education home page. This tool is excellent for anyone who likes three binder style organization.

Apr 13, 15

Link to Symbaloo general homepage. Search webmixes for content curation to get some great resources!

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