I was talking curation a few weeks ago with Amber Hyde at the Charity Learning Consortium. We talked through aggregating, sifting and filtering and Amber said this:
Knowing which rivers are gold heavy, knowing which tools to use – the fineness of the sieve, etc, the Fool’s Gold, and so on are the skills of the good curator.
Go and speak to people who curate well; they’re less likely to want to hide the gold for themselves.
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