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Dr Duncan Cole and Dr Richard Jones

Clinical Senior Lecturers in Medical Education

Published 11 Jan 2019 • 30 mins read

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Online Content Curation Tools Technology Reviews

This resource reviews a range of the most well-known platforms and piloted and assessed them as support tools for use in higher education.

There are myriad online content curation tools now available. We have selected a range of the most well-known platforms and piloted and assessed them as support tools for use in higher education. The list is not exhaustive, and will be updated periodically as we review additional platforms. The technology reviews should be read in conjunction with our Best Practice in Online Content Curation guidance, which includes introductory videos on the core concepts and tips on how to get started.

We have assessed each platform against a set of criteria. Please note: these are our personal views on the platforms as we have experienced them at the time of publication – you may disagree with our assessment, and the platforms may have been upgraded since our review. Please contact us if you think there are inaccuracies, broken links, etc.

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