/Content Curation

What You Can Learn From a Library Structure

Libraries, though they have evolved over time, are still an integral part of the curation of information. Over thousands of years to the present day, they have remained a place that houses a collection of information for people to reference. Despite how they vary, there are some universalities that remain the same. […]

By |2019-08-13T17:11:50+00:00March 16th, 2017|Categories: Content Curation, Learning Community, Productivity|Comments Off on What You Can Learn From a Library Structure

Why Libraries Are Still Here After 5,000 Years

Libraries have been around since the ancient world (3rd millennium BC, no joke) as a way to document, record, and archive. They precede other community institutions like hospitals and schools because of the sheer magnitude their job of preserving history holds. […]

By |2019-08-13T17:50:52+00:00March 9th, 2017|Categories: Content Curation, Learning|Comments Off on Why Libraries Are Still Here After 5,000 Years

Shelf User Stories: A Library for the Organization’s Best Information

The Shelf User Stories series is meant to help prospective users understand why different businesses and organizations have chosen to use Shelf. In this interview with Pol Stafford, Nerd-in-Chief at Partners in School Innovation, we learn about the process Pol and the team at Partners went through to identify to right web application for their resource library. […]

By |2019-08-13T17:09:54+00:00August 23rd, 2016|Categories: Content Curation, Learning, User Stories|Comments Off on Shelf User Stories: A Library for the Organization’s Best Information
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