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A quick summary of features of Delicious and Google reader

A quick summary of features of Delicious and Google reader

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  • Delicious – tags can be used for a variety of putrposes. Some users might apply a tag to a particular link to describe the contents of the site, other might use a tag to describe how the link might be useful in their parctice. E.g. m150 Delicious relates information resources, the descriptors that people apply, and people. For the blog look for the RRSS icon in the address bar of the browser Google reader - To share an item – to display shared items, select shared items from drop-down at top of page, click shared items link - To see sharing settings, click ‘sharing settings’ on the ‘shared items’ page withing Google Reader
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    • 1. Delicious and Google Reader Information management tools for personal and social use Mary Thorpe & Andrew Brasher
    • 2. Contents
      • Delicious home page
      • My delicious home page
      • RSS feeds – their anatomy
        • Examples:
        • News - http://www3.open.ac.uk/media/
        • Blog - http://cscl-community.blogspot.com/
        • Journal – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning
        • Course - Diabetes complications
      • Google reader
        • add feeds and explore
    • 3. RSS anatomy
      • Format to publish frequently updated work
        • Channel
          • Item
            • Title
            • Text
            • Publication date
            • Link to media