Using Content Curation for eLearning in the Workplace

ProProfs

But with various trends and fads flooding the corporate training landscape today, L&D leaders and HR professionals can’t help but get lost; thus, these “noise” make it hard for them to pick out the essential information. After this, you have to: Filter the most relevant information.

Kill the curriculum?

Clark Quinn

We need a new pedagogy, problem-focused on things kids are interested in, as Harold suggests, and focusing on their information seeking and experimentation and evaluation and the self-learning skills, not on rote exercise of skills. What you do is look up information, make job aids (why are stickies so ubiquitous?), Harold Jarche (@hjarche) retweeted his prior post on “ First, we kill the curriculum “, and generated some serious interest.

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Digital Assets Creates New Role for L&D Pros: The Content Curator

ATD Learning Technologies

The volume of information being created is increasing faster than we can make sense of it. Indeed, the ease with which organizations can generate, review, and retrieve information has helped them build a considerable amount of potential learning resources. However, it also has led to information overload, confusion, and sometimes even anxiety. Think: blogs, email, wikis, communities of practice. Think: SharePoint, Pinterest, YouTube, Yammer.

Why Content Curation Should be in Your Skillset

Jay Cross

It can save millions, reduce frustration, and boost the velocity of information in your organization. Curating these items — selecting, organizing, evaluating, and sharing them widely — multiplies an organization’s return on information many times over. And, as Clay Shirky has said: “Curation comes up when people realize that it isn’t just about information seeking, it’s also about synchronizing a community.”.

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