Library Technology Reports (vol.50, no.7) Librarians have always curated. Today, as human filters, librarians address the proverbial Internet fire house. This issue of Library Technology Reports (vol.50, no.7), "e;Social Media Curation,"e; considers curation as it is popularly applied to activities that leverage the power of social media to collect, organize, share, and interpret content to tell a digital story for a specific audience. It provides a snapshot of the state of digital curation using social media across libraryland and shares ideas from a few social media curation thought leaders slightly beyond the library community. It presents new models for practitioners. And it offers a springboard from which further exploration of these efforts can emerge and be studied.
Social Media Curation
American Library Association
Library Technology Reports, October 2014
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