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Social Content Curation for Learning Communities


An infographic created by Joyce Seitzinger for a MOOC at Stanford: Designing New Learning Environments.

Why practice social content curation in learning ?

The abundance of content and connection is as fundamental shift in education as any we are likely to encounter, and there has, to date, been little attempt to really place this at the centre of a model of teaching.” —  Martin Weller

Accessing and sharing have become part of our “new normal… we now graze on information.” — Pew Internet Research

Social Content Curation for Learning Communities

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