Content curation is all the rage, but what does it mean, really? We’re evaluated on the performance of our employees. And we are expected to propel performance, often with limited budgets, and grow numbers of internal clients whose businesses change very rapidly. Content curation is an excellent tool to address some of these challenges, but different functional groups require different curation approaches. Different types of curation strategies work differently in different organizations. The strategy that you adopt affects scoping of your design and development work. It also affects the level of effort required to contextualize it for your learners so that it is relevant and meaningful to them, and changes their performance, in their role, in your company.
This session introduces curation practices, how to create contextual “wrappers” for curated content, curation advantages and disadvantages, and how to get started.
This free 20-minute webinar is presented by Ann Rollins, Instructional Strategist with GP Strategies. During this webinar, Ann shares how to present content curation as a meaningful part of the learning portfolio and different approaches that you can apply in your workplace. Her easy-to-understand insights include:
- The differences in design approach when adding curated content to your toolbox, including advantages and considerations
- The different types of curated content, internal and external, and how the type of content drives how you can use it
- How to identify strategies for contextualizing curated content for your organization
Download the slides from this session.