Since I haven’t written a blog post in a while, I thought it was time to dust off the cobwebs. I wanted to answer one of the questions I get asked the most. In this post, I’ll share a bit about my curation process and how I choose the things I share in my weeklyContinue reading “How I Create My Weekly Newsletter (and personal curation tips you should steal)”
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Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | October 8, 2021
This week’s best in learning, design & technology
@Nolan Haims Better Deck Deck
Ultimate Guide to @Feedly
@rusticisoftware cmi5 in Plain English
@Zapier Automation for Education
@BERANews Learning impact of Interactive TOC in videos
..plus new podcasts & tools!
Wired Not Tired: Is Curation the Cure for What Ails You?
As I soak up the sights and sounds of Las Vegas this week here at DevLearn, I’m grateful for a few opportunities for some conversations around curation. Later this morning I’ll host a Morning Buzz on Curation in the workplace and tomorrow Bianca Baumann and I are leading a “Wired, Not Tired: Is Curation theContinue reading “Wired Not Tired: Is Curation the Cure for What Ails You?”
My PKM Process
Shannon Tipton, recently asked if I could share my process for keeping up with the topics I’m interested in and how I curate the best thing that I find along the way. Here is a video walking through my personal set up for keeping up, organizing and sharing — and doing it efficiently with aContinue reading “My PKM Process”
Read It Later Apps
It happens every day—you’re in the middle of working, but something catches your attention. You definitely want to read or watch it, but just not right now. What should do you do?Try a ‘Read It Later’ app to save all of the interesting articles, videos, cooking recipes, song lyrics, or whatever else you discover. TryContinue reading “Read It Later Apps”
TAKE AWAY: Creating Your Own Personalized Information Feed
In my previous post, I talked about using a Feed Reader as a better way to do the work of keeping up and engaging with the best and latest advances in your field. I’m also sharing this within our org and have put together this one page handout to accompany it. You can grab a copy of “KeepingContinue reading “TAKE AWAY: Creating Your Own Personalized Information Feed”
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