Category Archives: Curation tools

The new way to curate social media posts and create stories using @wakelet

For many social media curators the impending end of free and open Storify, used extensively to create stories in the form of collections of tweets and other social media clips, was a huge blow. These stories saved and shared as … Continue reading

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Need to get more organised? Meet Google Keep: save your thoughts, wherever you are and with who you want to

  Google Keep has been on my mental list for some time but I hadn’t got around to using it until now. Why did I wait so long?! Keep can be downloaded as an iOS or Android app for use … Continue reading

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Capturing those golden nuggets of information: the art of digital curation

Where do I save stuff? I always used to save items of interest that I happened upon online as favourites. However despite creating folders, in using this system I found retrieving something became harder and harder and I was not … Continue reading

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A social and collaborative approach to annotation: @hypothes_is is a free social annotation tool which allows users to discuss, collaborate, organise your research, or take personal notes. Annotating can be public and open to anyone, confined to small groups or used by individuals. What does the software do? The … Continue reading

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Using Storify as a curation tool to build digital narratives

    Storify is a free tool that enables the user to curate information from social networks to build social stories, bringing together a variety of different media that is scattered across the Web. It provides a space to then … Continue reading

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