This is the second in a series called The Future of Learning. The previous post dealt with the seismic changes happening with technology. This post dives into the question of how we explore information in
"Content Curation Definition Content curation is the art of collaging sometimes seemingly disparate content from a variety of sources to make previously hidden truths manifest with a NonZero goal of helping others see, understand, interact with and contri
Content Curation: 10 Thought Leaders on Content Marketing & Curating
"The curator of the digital world is positioned as mediator and tastemaker, using content created elsewhere as raw material for the making of meaning." Susan Cairns and Danny Birschall from "Curating the Digital World: Past Preconceptions, Present Problems, Possible Futures", 2013.
"More than a means of sifting the useful from the irrelevant, student curation is about adding to the conversation with original thought and determining how various resources connect." by Kate Harris Smithsonian Learning Lab https://web.archive.org/save/https://learninglab.si.edu/cms/page/news/teach-digital-curation-with-depth
"Curators in the museum world are the storytellers of the museum. It isn't merely their goal to assemble great art, or quality exhibits—it's their goal to craft a narrative, find the exhibits that support that narrative, and tie the disparate parts together into one cohesive experience." http://brandsavant.com/brandsavant/curation