Many of us may have heard about 'content creation' activities .. but 'content curation' might be something alien. This year I was given a chance again to share something handy at Nano Workshop, in conjunction with K-Novasi 2018 (my heartfelt thanks to Pengajaran UKM!) and this time around I chose to talk about Feedly.
It is an online tool (it comes in mobile apps too) that all of us can gain benefits from. All this while, I myself was more familiar with Storify - another cool content curation tool. Unfortunately I recently learned that this application will no longer be accessible starting from May, 16 :(
I have came across Feedly few months ago and gave it a try. I was amazed upon knowing how easy and practical this tool is. It helps us to reorganize the websites and sources that we frequently refer to and keep them in one place. Users may choose any sources that they want to read later and put the 'read later' label and all the labelled sources will fall under 'Read Later' menu. What a great tool!
And yes, alternatively, users may integrate Feedly with Pocket, another smart app that can be used as a 'read later' site. I have Pocket on my smartphone too, so whenever I am on the go and have much time, I will go to Pocket and start reading the sources that I wanted to. So why don't you give it a try?
Happy curating guys! ^___^
Bismillah .. I shall start this very new year with a Nano Workshop in conjunction with K-Novasi 2018. This time around, I will be sharing tips and related theories and approaches on how to develop students' sense of agency through content curation activities.
See you there!
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