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A Curator's Tools and To-Do List
Building a culture of open conversation

By Kelly Meeker / January 2012

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  • Fri, 22 Jan 2016
    Post by Lizette Gayton

    Thoughtful post , BTW , if your company need to merge two PDF files , my colleagues discovered a tool here http://goo.gl/wGAtfr

  • Thu, 29 Oct 2015
    Post by Bernatsky

    Very useful http://www.contentle.com - content curation & sharing service which enables users to process bookmarks / images / video / text (markdown text).

  • Tue, 06 Aug 2013
    Post by Enterprise Social Network

    This is a great post! The sharing of knowledge only helps each other to be more productive, that is why Enterprise Social Networking is a great addition to any company as this new tool allows employees to be more productive.

  • Fri, 02 Mar 2012
    Post by Kelly Meeker

    Thanks so much for your suggestions! I've enjoyed both Diigo and Delicious - although I haven't tried Scoopit yet. I'll take a look. I've also been using Pinterest in my personal life to keep track of recipes I want to make, but I haven't tried it at work yet. It's a great suggestion!

    My primary curation system is Evernote - not as good for sharing, but has so many tagging and organization features that I really feel like I can do anything with it.

  • Sun, 26 Feb 2012
    Post by maureen greenbaum

    I have been using scoop.it as a curation tool. A mixture of diigo and Piniterest - one image and lots of text including links Freemium model - a few free topic, pay for more. It posts to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Tumblr too.

  • Wed, 08 Feb 2012
    Post by Thomas Ho

    I'm so glad you listed Diigo FIRST in your list. It is MY first choice as well with advantages that go far beyond curation:

    http://go.thomasho.co/CS5548

    You can find MY eLearning Diigo bookmarks at:

    http://LearnStream.co