Unlocking Online Learning Part 3: Content Curation
Why is content curation so critical in online learning environments today? And what is involved in doing this right?
Are your learners overloaded? Drowning in information? Of course they are.
Curation is a critical skill for today’s educators – one that has evolved due to the constant exponential growth of data in our world. To create an environment where learning thrives, we need to not only filter and find the most relevant and valuable information for our learners – but also organize and present it in a way that is meaningful and engaging.
Explore examples and best practices of successful curation from industry leaders and educators in our professional network. And, as always with our Connected Educators series, we will examine some tips, tools and techniques that you can begin implementing right away in your own learning environments.
Subject Matter Experts
Kristi Ivan, Learning and Development Specialist
Kristi is a Learning and Development specialist with over twenty years of experience designing and delivering people development solutions in corporate organizations in a variety of industries (financial services, retail, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, IT), as well as associations, and government and academic institutions.
Kristi is experienced with curriculum design and development for diverse audiences and delivery channels, with expertise in the areas of management and leadership development, and the design of coaching solutions to support application of skills and behaviours to sustain learning beyond the classroom.
Kristi is a champion for uncovering the true learner need in any performance situation and is passionate about designing learning solutions that are flexible and practical for distributed workforces, encompass a variety of media and methods, and are sustainable to meet the diverse needs of the modern workforce.