Curation as a tool for teaching and learning - a digital essay I wrote as part of MEd (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation.
Curation as a tool for teaching and learning Scoop.it - resources curated to support the digital essay of the same name.
Diigo links - a feed of the latest sites I have saved to Diigo
The Heather Bailie Daily - a daily digest of news, pictures, videos and links from the people I follow on Twitter.
Pearltrees - rediscovered in 2015 while completing INF532 Knowledge Networking for Educators, Pearltrees has become my number one curation platform. I love it for its visual appeal, easy collaboration, integration with Twitter, and unlimited collections. I have a premium account which is good value for the customisation and collaboration features it allows.
Pinterest - I have nine public boards covering topics such as Love your library, I see technology...in education, Teaching, learning and all that jazz, and curriculum specific boards which I'm using for sharing images, infographics and presentations.
Scoop.It - Web 2.0 in the Classroom and Apps for Productivity in Teaching both started as "notes" for participants in workshops I presented but found a life of their own and were regularly updated until I rediscovered Pearltrees. Ultranet follows the highs and lows of the former Learning Management System for government schools in Victoria.