Information Is Everywhere
In the Learning 3.0 era, learners want their corporate learning solutions to mirror or replicate the content they receive in their personal lives. Content needs to be thumb-driven, mobile, bite-sized, contextual, and most of all, accurate. With endless data sources and many different learning styles and preferences, how has this consumerism way of learning affected the way in which substantive knowledge should be delivered?
What is Content Curation?
Content curation is the process of aggregating and sorting through large amounts of content on the web, in conversations, as well as content that is bought, built and sourced and presenting the best posts in a meaningful and organized way. The goal of content curation is to bring together quality, useful information that adds value to the learner’s lives.