Clip, Tag, Annotate
McIntosh (2019) describes the basic skills of personal information curation as Clip, Tag, Annotate and proposes that educators teach this sequence of skills
Clipping describes the process of finding something useful on the Internet and saving all or a portion of this content for later use.
Tagging is the process of adding one or more useful labels to this saved content that should be useful in organizing multiple sources and locating these sources when needed
Annotation is the process of adding longer notes to the content created by someone else for the purpose of summarization or inclusion of personal insights
Clipping is accomplished using an extension added to your favorite browser.
Glasp is a social web highlighter that people can highlight and organize quotes and thoughts from the web, and access other like-minded people’s learning.