Filtering Relevant Information for the EFL Classroom through Digital Curation

This is the time of the year that I get totally thrilled. Convention time. IATEFL, Liverpool. Promising. My second time in one of the best EFL teaching conferences in the world with wonderful professionals willing to share best practices, research, classroom ideas that can really make a difference in our classrooms.


Digital Curation for Educators from Carla Arena

I’m pleased to be presenting about a topic that has been dear to my heart for the past years, and now I’ve been exploring its many facets more in depth, Content Curation. Though I’ve presented it twice, I’ve revamped it a bit, not its essence but some interesting tools I’ve been using lately. So, if you are around Liverpool, why not joining us for a chat about how to make sense of this world where information more than abounds?


Any curatorial tools that you’ve been using lately that you think have made a difference in your efficiency and productivity as an educator? I’d love to hear about it.


My latest experiments have been with . Still finding my way around, but enjoying playing around with it.


Here is some background on digital curation that you might find useful:


Here’s Graham Stanley’s summary of the presentation: Graham’s summary



4 responses to “Filtering Relevant Information for the EFL Classroom through Digital Curation”

  1. Looking forward to watching it, Carla! This time, thank goodness, we won´t be presenting at the same time.

    1. Great, Isabela!

  2. Great, Abdul. I’ll check your blog.

  3. Thanks, Eneida, for your support. And it is great to hear that you realize how important the idea of curation is for educators.

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