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Content Curation

Content Curation
How to Avoid Information Overload

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January 2015 | 72 pages | Corwin

Savvy internet consumption starts right here!

Teachers and students are constantly inundated with information, yet lack the organizational skill necessary to effectively utilize it. From Twitter hashtags to online communities, this handy guide will help you to find, store, and share the best information and resources found on the web today—and teach your students to do the same. Real-world tips, tools, in-depth examples and lesson plans help you systematically:

  • Understand the curation process
  • Find, collect, and share reliable web-based information
  • Build students’ information literacy skills
  • Help students research and organize problem-based learning projects
  • Use cutting-edge curation tools like Evernote, Diigo, and Pocket

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"Speaking from his own experience and perspectives as a learner, teacher, and educational leader, Steven Anderson brings clarity to a process that can be difficult and overwhelming. Steven offers tried and tested strategies and tools for evaluating, organizing, and sharing the vast amount of online content educators and students have at their fingertips. If you're drowning in digital content, this book is your life jacket. "
—Jayme Linton, Assistant Professor of Education
Lenoir-Rhyne University, Hickory, NC

Preface by Peter DeWitt
1. Introduction
2. What Is Curation?
3. Curation for Professional Learning
4. Tools for Curation: Evernote
5. Tools for Curation: Diigo
6. Tools for Curation: Pocket
7. Other Tools for Curation
8. Curation in the Classroom
9. Wrapping It All Up
Key features
  • This book teaches educators a skill that is becoming more necessary in the Internet age: content curation
  • It will give teachers the tools they need to meaningfully organize, store, and share information
  • It will prepare teachers to help their students also conduct Internet research and share their results

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