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2015 08 14 Content Curation and the Teacher Librarian

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Content curation is a key skill for the teacher librarian in the face of digital information resources.

Content curation is a key skill for the teacher librarian in the face of digital information resources.

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  1. 1. Content Curation and the teacher- librarian
  2. 2. PRESENTATION OUTLINE What is content curation? Why should it be relevant in a school? What does a content curator do? How do we create a content strategy? How do we find relevant content? How do we filter content? Ethical concerns? Gurus? Tools?
  3. 3. Welcome! http://www.bethkanter.org/
  4. 4. What is content curation ? Content Curation is a term that describes the act of finding, grouping, organising or sharing the best and most relevant content on a specific issue Rohit Bhargava: trend curator
  5. 5. Why should it be relevant in a school?
  6. 6. and in a South African school? • 26500 schools • 12279 connected; nearly 50% • Goal for 2019/2020 100% • e-Skills Task Team constituted • Digital Citizenship: Digital Wellness Programme
  7. 7. Sommelier Sommelier or wine steward, is a trained and knowledgeable wine professional, normally working in fine restaurants, who specialises in all aspects of wine service as well as wine and food pairing. Sommelier F.I.S.A.R." by OneArmedMan
  8. 8. or teacher- librarian Librarian or content curator is a trained and knowledgeable information practitioner who specialises in the process of collecting, organising and displaying information relevant to a particular topic or area of
  9. 9. What does a content curator do? • we ask • we listen • we find • we select • we group • we organise • we create • we share •
  10. 10. How do we create a content strategy ? Who: your target? Why: do they need it? What: have you asked them? Where: only digital? When: time frame? How: tools to use?
  11. 11. How do we find relevant content? adding, aligning, analysing, applying, asking, building, comparing, conceptualising, constructing, creating, deciding, designing, detecting, developing, distributing, evaluating, filtering, finding, grouping, implementing, inspiring, integrating, interpreting, introducing, inventing, judging, listening, matching, organising, planning, producing, remembering, researching, retrieving, selecting, sharing, testing, understanding
  12. 12. How do we filter content Tagging: key words/tags dictate the quality of content e.g. tag clouds Recommendations: based on content consumption patterns e.g. Amazon Filtering: filtered navigation e.g. Google advanced search Topic pages: single page search e.g. Pinterest Topic maps: visually grouped/related e.g. PearlTrees
  13. 13. What is digital literacy ? Digital Literacy the ability to find, discern, select and use online information appropriately.
  14. 14. Ethical concerns Over curation? Informed consent? Quantity over quality? Combination of curated content with original? Attribution?
  15. 15. Who are some gurus ? • Joyce Valenza • Naomi Harm • Phil Bradley • Robin Good • Jane Hart • Grainne Cole • Will Richardson • Maggie Verster
  16. 16. What tools can I use? e-Mail groups Pinterest Delicious Scoopit Diigo Shelfari Facebook Slideshare Linkedin Twitter Pearltrees Website/portal Picasa YouTube
  17. 17. e-Mail groups
  18. 18. Diego
  19. 19. Delicious
  20. 20. Facebook
  21. 21. Linkedin
  22. 22. Pearltrees
  23. 23. Picasa
  24. 24. Pinterest
  25. 25. Scoop It
  26. 26. Scoop It
  27. 27. Scoop it: Slothful Cybrarian
  28. 28. Scoop it
  29. 29. Shelfari
  30. 30. Slideshare
  31. 31. Twitter
  32. 32. Website/Portal
  33. 33. YouTube
  34. 34. THINK T = is it true ? H= is it helpful ? I = is it inspiring ? N = is it necessary ? K = is it kind ?
  35. 35. RefMe
  36. 36. Website: www.education.gov.za Call Centre: 0800 202 933 | callcentre@dbe.gov.za Twitter: @DBE_SA | Facebook: DBE SA Thank you

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