My two iTunes U “courses” are such collections. I have taken the best practices of others and shaped them into a course. By placing them with my commentary into a "course" I have imposed a logic and structure on the collection. If the enrollee experiences the course on an iPad he/she can find carefully selected resources in an organized way.
Several hundred visitors have enrolled in my Becoming a Digital School Administrator course. This Thursday in during ISTE’s first virtual conference I will take fifteen minutes to display some of my best artifacts and explain why I value them so highly.
Below, I have curated some excellent information on curating. Like my iTunes U courses, I have provided a variety of media.
This movie provides a short and sweet introduction to curation:
Here are some great curation tools, including my wife’s favorite-- Pinterest.
ITeach U Content Curation Tools
This is a very cool graphic introduction to curation.
This is introduction to curation outlines a process of “Seek, Sense, and Share”
Content Curation Primer
This article focuses on Search Engine Optimization, providing lots of tips and tools about curation
Your In-Depth Guide to Content Curation