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  • 1. Let’s Get Social: Social Bookmarking
    Anthony Molaro, MBA, MLIS
    DuPage Library System
  • 2. Social Bookmarking: The next evolution
    Social Bookmarking + Web Annotation + Collaboration + Organizing = Working Smarter
  • 3. Improve YOUR web
    How do you improve the use of the Web?
    By making it yours!
    And how do you make it yours?
    By writing all over it!
    Bookmarks
    Clipping
    Annotation (Sticky notes)
    Organizing it
    Sharing it
  • 4.
  • 5. Evernote
  • 6. Evernote
    Capture everything
    Type a text note
    Clip a webpage
    Snap a photo
    Snag a screenshot
  • 7. Evernote
    Organize it
    Add tags
    Bookmark pages
    Organize notes
    Highlight anything
  • 8. Evernote
    Find it fast
    Search by
    Keyword
    Tags
    Titles
    OCR (Optical Character Recognition)
    Evernote turns your handwritten notes into digital text making it searchable too!
  • 9.
  • 10. Diigo
  • 11. Diigo
  • 12. Diigo
    A personal research tool
    Bookmark
    Highlight the web
    Add sticky notes
  • 13. Diigo
    A collaborative research platform
    Share your bookmarks
    Share your highlights
    Share your sticky notes
    Share
    With other librarians
    With students
    With friends
    Create a club
  • 14. Differences
    Evernote and Diigo offer much of the same functionality.
    Evernote is a little more powerful, but has a downloadable desktop component to get the full functionality. They also have a limitation on the free version.
    Diigois entirely web-based and free!
  • 15. Differences
  • 16. DiigoDemonstation
    http://www.diigo.com
    Creating an account is easy
    Easy to install with most any web browser
    Includes applications for most smart phone devices
  • 17. DiigoDemonstation
    Evernote Button
    Diigo Tool Bar
  • 18. Bookmarking
  • 19. Bookmarking
  • 20. Tweet it!
  • 21. Highlight YOUR world
  • 22. Capture YOUR world
    You can use the capture feature to capture parts of a webpage
    Operates like Snag-It or other screenshot software programs
  • 23. Capture YOUR world
  • 24. Capture YOUR world
  • 25. Capture YOUR world
  • 26. Share YOUR world
  • 27. Save YOUR world
  • 28. My Library
    Diigo exists in the cloud.
    You can access it from ANYWHERE and on any compatible device.
    So a highlight or sticky note I make on my work computer is visible from my smart phone or home computer.
  • 29. My library
  • 30. Other features
    The use of snapshot allows you to save, annotate, bookmark, highlight and archive a webpage as it currently is.
    It is saved as both an image and as a HTML page.
  • 31. Anthony Molaro
    Anthony Molaro, MBA, MLIS
    Head of Technology, Technical Services & Automation, Messenger Public Library
    Presenter and Consultant
    Upcoming Presentations:
    Keynote Speaker, Arizona Library Association 2010 Annual Conference
    Michigan Library Association 2010 Annual Conference
  • 32. Anthony Molaro
    Anthony Molaro, MBA, MLIS
    Co-founder, Chicago Deskset
    Ph.D. Student, Dominican University
    Anthony can be found at:
    http://twitter.com/infoactivist
    http://facebook.com/Anthony.Molaro
    http://informationactivist.wordpress.com
    http://chicagodeskset.com
    anthony.molaro@gmail.com