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“The process of finding, validating, and aggregating external and internal content which is delivered/offered to employees in the context of their roles, as well as their needed competencies and business objectives thus enabling continuous learning and speeding time to competency in the digital and global workplace.”

Good content curation goes beyond creating playlists of relevant content sources for specified audiences. Rather, it focuses on developing a deep understanding of the audience to enable implementation of personalized content and learning pathways that adapt both content and experience based upon role, preference and interest. Our Instructional Curation Methodology will enable your traditional instructional design teams to curate instructionally-sound, engaging, customized pathways that take into consideration learner content needs and workflow.

Organizations have ever increasing options when it comes to technologies that can aggregate curated content. While early entrants to the market such as Degreed, EdCast, and Pathgather have brought aggregation and curation capability to the next level, learning management system providers are also working to add curation and aggregation functionality in order to compete. Additionally, some organizations are adopting tools such as SharePoint for this purpose. St. Charles can work with you to identify your business requirements to assist you in selecting the best technology to support your specific needs. Platform selection is also a component of the broader Learning Content Curation Strategy services.

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