With the increase of accessible information and resources online, what can educators and students do to curate content effectively? Bonnie Jean Nicholas (@EALStories) and Jennifer Chow (@jennifermchow) moderated a #CdnELTchat on “Content Curation” to explore this topic.
Thank-you so much to the enthusiastic participants who chatted about the following questions and more:
Q1: What does content curation mean for you? How do you benefit from curation?
Click HERE to read A1 tweets.
Q2. What online tools do you use to curate resources?
Click HERE to read A2 tweets.
Q3: How do you organize your resources? By skill? By level? By competency? By topic? Click HERE to read A3 tweets.
Q4: How do you decide if a resource is worth keeping? With so many accessible online resources, are ELT books obsolete?
Click HERE to read A4 tweets.
Q5: Why should students learn how to curate resources? What skills do they need to do this?
Click HERE to read A5 tweets.
Q6: What are you curating now? What can you share that you want others to see or contribute to?
Click HERE to read A6 tweets.
To read all the tweets on this topic, follow the complete discussion HERE.
New to #CdnELTchat?
If you have never participated in #CdnELTchat before, go to www.lincchat.ca for more information. #CdnELTchat is self-directed PD, so you determine the level of your involvement. #CdnELTchats usually occur every other Tuesday, with occasional exceptions. Feel free to use the #CdnELTchat hashtag between chats to share thoughts and links with others. If you have any have comments about #CdnELTchat , please send @StanzaSL, @EALStories, @Jennifermchow, or @LINCinstructor a tweet.