Curating Content with Meaning and Impact
Sept 23rd 2021 | 10:00 AM PT/ 1:00PM ET
Ever feel like your curation efforts are like throwing spaghetti at the walls, sometimes the content sticks, sometimes it doesn’t? People within organizations want to be able to access information that will allow them to learn, grow and improve overall skills - making them smarter, better, faster than the day before. The issue for organizations is there is an overabundance of information, with the ability to filter quality an ever-growing issue.
In this webinar, we explored how L&D professionals can build their curation skills to move beyond simple aggregation to quality and impactful sharing.
Catch up on the recording below to:
- Be able to determine if the content you are about to share is useful, applicable, and relevant to people within your business.
- Be able to better define your content curation goals.
- Receive a specially created framework designed to support your curation efforts and enable you to shift from simple content aggregation to thoughtful content curation.
- Using the “Curation Decision Framework” determine your follow-up plan to determine if your curated content had the desired impact.
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About the speaker
Shannon Tipton, Owner of Learning Rebels LLC
As Owner of Learning Rebels, Shannon Tipton is a skilled learning strategist with over 20 years of leadership experience developing successful infrastructures for training departments across North America and Europe.
Shannon is excited to work with organizations to develop learning solutions to achieve applicable business results. Recognized as bringing real-world expertise into the learning field, Shannon integrates learning technologies to strengthen workplace alignment, enhance collaboration and increase learning connectivity.
As author of “Disruptive Learning” Shannon frequently speaks at conferences across North America and Europe. Recently named in the top 100 elearning “Movers and Shakers” by eLearning Industry, Shannon’s blog “Learning Rebels” is in the top 100 elearning blogs and can be found at learningrebels.com.