|Content curation is usually thought of exclusively as a tool for marketers and publishers but there are lots of other applications outside these industries.|
One of those examples is higher education. You're teachers probably didn't call it curation at the time but whenever they created reading lists or offered a collection of videos to watch, they were curating. Using their expertise to identify and organize the best resources on a topic and then share those with students is what curation is all about.
Georgy Cohen from EDUniverse discussed "Effective Content Curation in Higher Ed" in a recent presentation:
You can read the follow-up article here:
Effective Content Curation for Higher Ed
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