I have written about several curating services in the past. Scoop.it, Curated.by and Storify are very good curating services and are great to collect resources for your classroom. I have used all three and find them very useful.
However, the one I keep turning to and using exclusively for my weekly “Treasure Chests of EdTech Resources You May Have Missed” is Bag the Web. Bag the Web allows me to quickly “bag” important resources throughout the week and organize them any way I want. There is no way I would even attempt the “Treasure Chest” posts without this tool.
Content curated from the web use the image to view the original source.
- Yokto Get Ready Video Curation Is Here (internetbillboards.net)
- A Scoop It Curated Collection Curated On Internet Billboards (internetbillboards.net)
- Storify Beta Now Open To The Public Tell A Story Using Social Media (internetbillboards.net)
- Employees as content curators (holtz.com)
- The Future of Media: Storify and the Curatorial Instinct (fakeiitian.com)
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