Scoop.it! – curate history on the web

Scoop.it! is a platform that allows you to collect websites, especially social media websites, in one place and save/ share them. It also helps you to find relevant information and is easily searchable.I’ve had a bit of a play with it and it looks great – easy to use, share and embed in a blog, like this (which is just a test – more to follow soon!):

It’s likely that we’ll use it for gathering and sharing information as part of the project and possibly for collating primary source links.

Because the tool is so user-friendly, I’ve already found a number of posts within Scoop.it! on how to use Scoop.it! Here are three that seem to be particularly relevant:

 

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  1. Pingback: Curate history (and your other interests...) on the web - part 2 | Making Digital History

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