Explore how to select, sort and present digital content so it can be used for effective teaching and learning in your school. An extensive resource developed by the New Zealand National Library in Wellington, specifically with schools in mind.
Purely a board that links to tools that you can use for Digital Content Curation. For information on how to curate, particularly with an education focus, check out my other board, Curation Strategies
Loads of ideas, strategies, and tips for curating as a teacher or teacher librarian or when teaching students to curate. To find a range of curation tools, check out the Curation Tools pinterest board
This article gives a great overview of why we all need digital content curation skills, and a summary of some of the best and most popular tools to do so.
Developed by Google, the materials on this site are to support teachers enhance their students' search skills & critical thinking skills. Who better to teach Google than Google?
This infographic has some good, basic information for taking advantage of the Google search interface.
Good, clear instructions on how to use boolean operators when searching. Essential for every student.
A terrific drag and drop teaching tool for younger students to introduce them to boolean searching.
A good summary page with lots of links to resources. Lots of information here for teachers to use as a base for lesson plans, or for homework help for students.
An extensive student research platform with MLA, APA and Chicago/Turabian bibliographies, notecards, outlining. Lots of stuff here, but not all of it is free unfortunately :(. Still worth checking out.
I have curated this board with tools and resources to teach students how to be web-savvy. Being critically literate and able to effectively evaluate the quality and accuracy of online resources is a vital skill for all students.