Digital curation a tool for knowledge management

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  • Effective Use of Knowledge Management Using the

    Digital Curation Framework Lilly Conference, Miami, OH, November 18, 2016

    Mark E. Deschaine & Sue Ann Sharma

    desch1me@cmich.edu sa3sharm@oakland.edu

  • Todays Takeaway

    Todays session will provide you with a practical perspective on the ways to utilize the Five Cs Digital Curation Framework to assist in developing effective and efficient knowledge management utilizing the use of Web 2.0 tools.

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/15rmGaI2pFRhpZ49eO-Ctys-bFVuOUutn9065TuTztdE/edit#

  • What is Digital Curation? "The intentional process of mindfully mining, organizing, and archiving digital resources (Deschaine & Sharma, 2015)

  • The Five Cs of Digital Curation

    (Deschaine & Sharma, 2015; Sharma & Deschaine, 2016)

  • Finding Your Ground Zero

    What are some of the successes and barriers to using digital curation to for knowledge management?

  • Cost Versus Capabilities

    Retrieved from http://www.go-rbcs.com/articles/tech-growth-curves

  • Megabytes, Gigabytes and Terabytes

    Retrieved from http://qz.com/738365/the-last-vcr-will-be-manufactured-this-month/ and http://theconversation.com/turning-diamonds-defects-into-long-term-3-d-data-storage-67685

  • Are You on Woo Woo?

    Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sr_EtMhM3fg

  • Curation Tools 1. Explore with the Five Cs framework.

    using this categorized tool collection. 2. Select 1 -2 tools and critique the tool

    for its benefits and scalability features. 3. Consider how might using these tools

    help you to conceptualize knowledge management?

    4. How can you circulate this information with your colleagues or students to further enhance knowledge management within your field of expertise?

  • Curation Cautions

    Intellectual property Copyright Privacy issues Time Speed of transition to alternative media Over-focus on tool function versus content

    design Inconsistency of Infrastructure

  • Curation Benefits Can be in incremental step Allow co-creation of instructional materials with

    students Amplifies both teacher and student voice Extends instructional opportunities Cost effective alternatives to commercial products Encourages interdisciplinary collaboration and

    discussion

  • Closing Thoughts

    The Same Ax Twice: Slowly replacing individual elements to benefit the functionality of the original. New house, same old parquet: Web 2.0 tools will increase teaching proficiency.

    Adapted from Mansfield, H. (2000).The Same Ax Twice: Restoration and Renewal in a Throwaway Age. Hanover: University Press of New England.

  • Selected Articles

    Sharma, S. A. & Deschaine, M. E. (2016). Digital curation: A framework to enhance adolescent and adult literacy initiatives. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 60(1), 71-78. Deschaine, M. E. & Sharma, S. A. (2015). The 5 Cs of digital curation: Supporting 21st century teaching and learning. InSight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching, 10, 19-24.

  • Selected Resources Baker, E. A. (Ed.). (2010). The new literacies: Multiple perspectives on research and practice. New York, NY: Guilford.

    Deschaine, M. E. & Sharma, S. A. (2015). The 5 Cs of digital curation: Supporting 21st century teaching and learning. InSight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching, 10, 19-24.

    Tracey, R. (2015, June 17). A framework for content curation [Web log post]. Retrieved from https://ryan2point0.wordpress.com/2015/06/17/aframework-for-content-curation

    Ranker, J. (2015). The affordances of blogs and digital video: New potentials for exploring topics and representing meaning. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 58(7), 568578.

    Sharma, S. A. & Deschaine, M. E. (2016). Digital curation: A framework to enhance adolescent and adult literacy initiatives. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 60(1), 71-78.

  • Thank You!

    Mark E. Deschaine, PhD desch1me@cmich.edu

    Sue Ann Sharma, PhD sa3sharm@oakland.edu