This is my fourth year in educational blogging with more than 4000 posts published here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. This learning journey I embarked on a few years ago has been really rewarding in terms of building a powerful community of teachers and educators from whom I have learned a great deal of things. I am really so thankful to everyone of you for giving this chance to connect with you and learn from each other.
The more educational web tools I review and the more posts I write here everyday the better I become at finding, managing, and sharing digital content; in short, the skillful I become at digital curation. In today's post I am sharing with you some of my favourite web tools I often use to curate digital content. I am hoping these selections would help you enjoy your browsing experience way better than you used to be.
Feedly is a news reader for creative minds a fast and stylish way to read and share the content of your favorite sites.
2- Bag The Web
BagTheWeb helps users curate Web content. For any topic, you can create a bag to collect, publish, and share any content from the Web.
Pearltrees allows users to organiz thier digital content into a tree-like diagram that is neat and easily navigable.
Create topic pages with photos, videos, tweets and documents. Share them with everyone.
This is a great tool I started using recently. Listly enables you curate web content into lists that you can share with others through social media or via direct embedding.
Diigo is all about social bookmarking. I use it to bookmark reads and posts I stumble upon while browsing the net. The bookmarks are organized through categories and tags.
This is another of my favourite digital curation tools. Scoop.it lets you create boards where you can share the interesting things you find online.
Given its expanding popularity as a visual bookmarking plaform, I have started using Piterest since its incetion and I must say that I become an addict to it now. Pinterest is a tool that allows you to visually pin content and materials online.
Flipboard allows you to create social magazines from the feeds of your social media websites like Twitter
Publish Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or any web content into your own online newspaper.