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  • Publisher: Cottrill Research, LLC
    2013-11-08

    Various Survey Statistics: Workers Spend Too Much Time Searching for Information

    Worker take up to 8 searches to find the right information, that is 1.8 hours a day and 9.3 hours a week. Our KBucket solution lets users collaborate and curate information they need to do their work, saving significant time for both individuals and organizations.
    Worker take up to 8 searches to find the right information, that is 1.8 hours a day and 9.3 hours a week. Our KBucket solution lets users collaborate and curate information they need to do their work, saving significant time for both individuals and organizations. Share Button

    Tags: why curation, search, information overload

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  • Publisher: Techzone 360
    2013-11-05

    It Takes up to 8 Attempts to Find an Accurate Search Result

    This study is an excellent testimonial to the need of curation to deal with information overflow. Study has found that it takes between 5 to 25 minutes for users to find documents and information they need to perform their jobs. With exponential growth in content production, the findings in this article are just as relevant today as the day they were published.
    This study is an excellent testimonial to the need of curation to deal with information overflow. Study has found that it takes between 5 to 25 minutes for users to find documents and information they need to perform their jobs. With exponential growth in content production, the findings in this article are just as relevant today as the day they were published. Share Button

    Tags: why curation, search

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  • Publisher: Online Journalism Blog
    2013-09-30

    Journalism *is* curation: tips on curation tools and techniques

    Jeff Bezos says people will not pay for content, they will buy a package. Curation is the package for content distribution. Compare the tools in this post with our curated library and ask us about a voice activate chat interface!
    Jeff Bezos says people will not pay for content, they will buy a package. Curation is the package for content distribution. Compare the tools in this post with our curated library and ask us about a voice activate chat interface! Share Button

    Tags: why curation, journalism

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  • Publisher: Slate
    2013-06-06

    Why You Won’t Finish This Article

    According to the statistics shared in this post, most people simply look at headlines and read the news summary. Using our curation tools you now have the power to influence people with your headlines and summaries!
    According to the statistics shared in this post, most people simply look at headlines and read the news summary. Using our curation tools you now have the power to influence people with your headlines and summaries! Share Button

    Tags: why curation, journalism

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  • Publisher: Slate Magazine
    2013-05-31

    How people read online: Why you won't finish this article.

    According to the statistics shared in this post, most people simply look at headlines and read the news summary. Using our curation tools you now have the power to influence people with your headlines and summaries!
    According to the statistics shared in this post, most people simply look at headlines and read the news summary. Using our curation tools you now have the power to influence people with your headlines and summaries! Share Button

    Tags: journalism, news curation

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  • Publisher: UNC
    2012-01-10

    Indexing for the purpose of retrieval and dissemination

    This is a presentation on different forms of indexing and their usefulness. As a curator, you are always concerned with proper indexing in order to improve findability of your information. It is useful to become familiar with the concepts of library science!
    This is a presentation on different forms of indexing and their usefulness. As a curator, you are always concerned with proper indexing in order to improve findability of your information. It is useful to become familiar with the concepts of library science! Share Button

    Tags: indexing, enterprise, organization

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  • Publisher: ID and Other Reflections
    2011-12-25

    Content Curation: One More Role for an Enterprise Community Manager

    Organizations have an explosion of content similar to consumers. Managing access to this information requires dedicated resource. This article calls this person a community manager. Someone who curates information with specific goals in mind for the organization. We have had great success in this area with our tools.
    Organizations have an explosion of content similar to consumers. Managing access to this information requires dedicated resource. This article calls this person a community manager. Someone who curates information with specific goals in mind for the organization. We have had great success in this area with our tools. Share Button

    Tags: why curation, governance

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  • Publisher: Mashable
    2011-11-02

    How Algorithms and Editors Can Work Together to Burst the "Filter Bubble"

    Journalist can not rely on algorithms alone to break the "filter bubble". Take a look at 7 traits that makes humans superior to machines. Journalist as curators of news, offer a distinct advantage over machine algorithms.
    Journalist can not rely on algorithms alone to break the "filter bubble". Take a look at 7 traits that makes humans superior to machines. Journalist as curators of news, offer a distinct advantage over machine algorithms. Share Button

    Tags: why curation, filter bubble

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  • Publisher: Harvard Business Review
    2011-05-26

    Seven Things Human Editors Do that Algorithms Don’t (Yet)

    I suggest that algorithms will never replace a human editor. Algorithms is a procedure for solving problems. A curator is a human operator that adds a set of parameters machines can never replace, at least not for the foreseeable future. This post provides the answers.
    I suggest that algorithms will never replace a human editor. Algorithms is a procedure for solving problems. A curator is a human operator that adds a set of parameters machines can never replace, at least not for the foreseeable future. This post provides the answers. Share Button

    Tags: why curation, filter bubble

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  • Publisher: Mashable
    2011-03-10

    How the curator has become a Journalist by proxy!

    Article points out that curation is not an end to journalism as journalist have been curating to perform their jobs, but curation has now empowered citizen journalist to play the role of media!
    Article points out that curation is not an end to journalism as journalist have been curating to perform their jobs, but curation has now empowered citizen journalist to play the role of media! Share Button

    Tags: why curation, journalism

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