In addition to the case studies, we also developed a simple guide using the Scoop.it! tool in teaching and learning. The guide offers advice on how to create resource lists using Scoop.it! Teachers can use it to develop a resource list for their students, researchers can use to collate web-based materials and students can use to create lists in preparation for assignments or classes.
- Curating the web using Scoop.it! (Muzna Rahman and Jamie Wood)
You can also see the following blog post, which offers a short introduction to Scoop.it!
- Scoop.it! – curate history on the web (Jamie Wood)