- — Rick Allen (@epublishmedia)Tue, Apr 10 2012 17:01:37
- Curation is often derided as a jargon-y, buzzword. But it can have real value in our communications strategy.
- — Meet Content (@meetcontent)Tue, Apr 10 2012 17:02:03
- Curation is the highest level of engagement.
- Our community is creating great, brand-aligned content, ripe for curation.
- — Dave Tyler (@dtyler321)Tue, Apr 10 2012 17:13:00
- — Steven Lincoln (@StevenLink17)Tue, Apr 10 2012 17:15:01We’re all in this to communicate about something that we care about. A lot of that content is not something we create. #meetcontent
- We have to stay human and use our editorial judgment and criteria to make curation effective. Aggregation is not curation!
- — Steven Lincoln (@StevenLink17)Tue, Apr 10 2012 17:37:12Aggregation is tempting. But the value of the content is more important, which is where curation comes in. #meetcontent
- Context is the "special sauce" for curation.
- Curation helps us make sense of the real-time flow of content and extend its life.
- Curation is also a huge tool for community development.
- — Meet Content (@meetcontent)Tue, Apr 10 2012 17:25:34
- We can offer our community guidance on how to support our curation efforts, as Drake does on Pinterest.
- — Corrie (@CorrieKerr)Tue, Apr 10 2012 17:36:401st takeaway: I like the reminder about "pinning instructions". Always believed in effectively teaching/guiding readers/users. #meetcontent
Effective Content Curation in Higher Ed
A recap of our April 10, 2012, webinar.
byMeet Content5 Likes283 Views