May 21, 2015: Curating Content with Scoop.It

Yesterday we looked at the important digital literacy skill of curation.  Today, we learn to use a popular curation platform (Sccop.It) both as a place to gather curated material in areas you are interested in and as a place for you to share back content that you want to curate.

As a resource, we are using Day 13 from our 30 Days of Getting Connected: Curating with Scoop.It.

 


As a challenge today, set up your own Scoop.It account and share a link you have found valuable this month.  Then, share back on Twitter using the #OSSEMOOC hashtag.

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One thought on “May 21, 2015: Curating Content with Scoop.It”

  1. I have been using Scoop.IT for several years – it has turned out to be my favourite curation tool. I pre-schedule Twitter posts directly from Scoop.IT so it also saves time with this workflow feature.

    iGeneration – Scoop.IT account: http://goo.gl/vfBG4

    Tom D’Amico – Ottawa Catholic School Board
    @TDOttawa

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