For dozens of years, students were made to believe that textbooks were the epitome of knowledge although textbook authors may have been biased. For example, American history books presented battles from the viewpoint of the pioneer rather than that of the Indian. Teachers taught from the “facts” as presented in the textbooks, and students accepted the lessons as truth.
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Content curation has become a hot topic in 2012. Corrine Weisgerber, an associate professor at St. Edwards University, has an excellent presentation on content curation. She differentiates content curation from content aggregation--content aggregation can be automated but content curation requires the human touch for finding, evaluating and contextualizing information.