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#BYOD4L Topic 3: Curating

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Dear friends,

Already Day 3? We really enjoy learning with you all and have started making some interesting discoveries together. Some of you are becoming more confident in experimenting and sharing openly half-baked ideas and thoughts. The tweetchats seems to be popular and there are some conversations happening in the social spaces as well and in some of the portfolios shared.

Tuesday’s tweetchat on communicating was led by Sheila MacNeill, Sam Illingworth and Mike Nicholson and certainly got us thinking and communicating! Sam also created a wonderful video where he talked about communication. If you haven’t watched it yet, please click access the Google hangout page here.

The chat has been captured as a storify HERE

If you just arrived here for the very first time, please note that this is the Bring Your Own Device For Learning event! An open bite-size learning adventure offered with the help of our lovely volunteer facilitators. It is now Day 3 out of 5 in total. Each day we will focus on a different topic. You can also choose to move between the topics at a time convenient to you. For each topic, please go to the topic page and pick ‘n’ mix activities you think would be of value to you.

Today’s topic is CURATING – Here you will find two scenarios to reflect upon and three suggested activities to complete. Feel free to add further scenarios and suggest other activities too.

So much out there? How can we focus? What do we collect and why? Some things to think about in the context of this topic image source cc Chrissi Nerantzi http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6202/6059913514_01bc247d03_z.jpg

News:

Our colleague Peter Reed has started visualising our connections during the #BYOD4Lchats. You can see these and his related commentaries on his blog. Please feel free to comment there as it would be lovely to also capture the experience somehow.

Notes:

Go to the Tools page to learn about the tools we recommend you engage with to reflect upon the activities you complete. Add your suggestions in the comments section.

Do include the course hashtag #BYOD4L  in all Tweets, Blog posts and Instagram photos you create.

Join our TweetChat between 8-9pm GMT by searching for #BYOD4Lchat on Twitter.

We look forward learning together.

The BYOD4L team @BYOD4L

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