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Curation and Kindness

Earlier today, an item in Stephen Downes' OLDaily took me to a Sue Waters post. In her discussion of the importance of curation, Sue observes: Curation...

Curation, Devices and Analytics

Connectivism works for me. I have a small number of aggregation tools that help me stay connected each day. These tools link me to remarkably creative...

Remembering Lloyd: Celebrating Curation

Today was a serendipity day. This morning, I read a post by Anita Brooks Kirkland about the role of the teacher-librarian as a curator.  She...

Secondary Data Analysis and Curation: A Presentation at #IACSS2011

Last week I had an opportunity to make an oral presentation at the Eighth International Symposium of Computer Science in Sport in Shanghai. I was...

Curation

I have been revising a paper I am writing on Cloud computing. Part of the revision has involved looking at Curation. This week I received an...

Curating a sport informatics and analytics open education resource

Last month, Bradley Boehmke and Brandon Greenwell published a guide to machine learning with R, it...

2017 in review: curating an open educational resource for sport informatics and analytics

In the last year, I have been able to spend time on most days curating the OERu course Sport Informatics and Analytics.  The ease...

Mastodon: Sharing R Resources

I am delighted I have a Mastodon account (@KeithLyons). It provides a 500 character space for each toot. It came to my help today. I follow...

Connecting, Curating and Contemplating

Introduction I have participated remotely in two conferences in the last two weeks. Last week it was Ascilite2016. This week it was Moodleposium2016. I followed both conferences from...

Curating (some) activity at #ascilite2016

https://twitter.com/partridh/status/802757769317093376 I have had a fascinating morning as a remote participant in the Twitter sharing of events at #ascilite2016. I am delighted that so many participants...