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2. mobile flippedcurated 3. Lopes de Santos, Jaci. Book Photo. 22 Aug. 2011. Flickr. Web. 22 Oct. 2011. . 4. Nunley, Donnie. Luminous. 13 Aug. 2011. Flickr. Web. 18 Oct. 2011. . 5. Magic Madzik. My Mess. 25 Feb. 2009. Flickr. Web. 26 Sep. 2011.. 6. Binghamton University Libraries. Book Collection. 26 Feb. 2008. Flickr. Web.27 Sep. 2011. . 7. 8. ARE YOU ACURATOR? 9. The first time I walked into the main gallery at the Barnes, I got chills.To this day, every time I go, Im reminded how powerful and importantthis place is. Its not just a bunch of paintings on a wall -- rather, theentire collection is itself a work of art. 10. Wilson, Sally. Content Curation. 24 Jan. 2013. Flickr. 11. is a thing of beauty! 12. Joyce Valenza, Brenda Boyer Social Media Curation, ALA Tech Reports, October 2014 13. #journal articlesbooksinfographicsmobile appsmuseum collections google docs 14. 1.Curation for search 15. Curation tools as search tools! 16. 17. http://scoop.it 18. 19. 20. 21. Are we building knowledge citizens?Everybody is becoming a specialist in library science.You do it for yourself to organize your memory but at the same time youorganize the memory for others.Every time that you that create a link, every time that you put a tag, youare organizing the common memory.You exercise the role of the keeper of a library. So this is a very new thingand I think that the question of categorization is very important. You doit in a conscious way.HR: So it sounds like you are talking about something for which we donthave a word yet, thats kind of like a knowledge citizen.PL: Thats it, yes. A citizen of the knowledge society. 22. INADEQUATE 23. maximize the new OER resourcesdevelop digital literaciesnot on the testCuration to promote learningdetermine relevancedetect crapfind a niche/take a leadsearch without Google/its not about the answertake responsibility for learningeven a kid can be a trusted guide 24. If we can teach our students tocurate, rather than merelycollect, information, theybecome better evaluators ofresources and betterresearchers and writers.Pearle, Laura. Curated v. Collected. 25 Jun. 2011. Venn Librarian.Web. 27 Sep. 2011. <>. 25. My goal was to comeup with a framework todefine curating in theeducational sense, inorder to answer thequestion of what is thevalue-added ofcurating, vs. collectinginformation.Nancy White 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. Eliot Van Buskirk. Curation: How the Global Brain Evolves". Wired5 July 2012. 35. 36. to share 37. 38. 39. htt 40. The difference between PKM and Curation is that the former is personal, while the latter is for an intended audience. I practice PKM formyself and my blogs primary audience is me. Sharing online makes it social so that I can learn with and from others. Sense-making (asdescribed by Ross Dawson) is the most important aspect in both cases:Filtering (separating signal from noise, based on some criteria)Validation (ensuring that information is reliable, current or supported by research)Synthesis (describing patterns, trends or flows in large amounts of information)Presentation (making information understandable through visualization or logical presentation)Customization (describing information in context) 41. How will you use the Seek-Sense-Sharemodel to support your personal learningagenda?The Seek/Sense/Share Framework 10 Feb. 2014The Seek, Sense, Share FrameworkCapturing knowledge, as crudely as wedo, is just a first step. Personal KnowledgeManagement (PKM) is a framework forindividuals to take control of theirprofessional development through acontinuous process of seeking, sensing-making,and sharing.Seeking is finding things out and keepingup to date. Building a network ofcolleagues is helpful in this regard. It notonly allows us to pull information, butalso have it pushed to us by trustedsources. Good curators are valuedmembers of knowledge networks.Sensing is how we personalizeinformation and use it. Sensing includesreflection and putting into practice what wehave learned. Often it requiresexperimentation, as we learn best bydoing.Sharing includes exchanging resources,ideas, and experiences with our networksas well as collaborating with ourcolleagues. 42. 43. 44. curation 45. 46. 47. 48. archiving 49. currentawareness 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. Alida Hanson 61. awareness 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. Sharing a breaking story 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. Learning Playlists 77. http// 78. From Shannon Miller 79. http://blendspace.com 80. 81. 82. 83. Caitlins search launch 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. and portfolio 94. From Shannon Miller 95. 96. 97. http://flipboard.com 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. Sqworl is More Tasty than Delicious! , 109. 110. Gwyneth Jones Animation Sites and Education Resources Tech Crisps for Education 111. 112. http://www.themeehfyt.tcpo:/m/t/hliebmraerye.fpyh.cpom/library# 113. http://sthstlibrary.golocal.mobi 114. Rodin- The Thinker, BronzeOur time toTo contribute!To make adifference!To model!To lead the way! 115. 116.