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Social Bookmarking (RETA Webinar)

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Of all the Web 2.0 tools we recommend, social bookmarking tools are some of the simplest and most helpful for you to use. You'll be surprised how social bookmarking tools can make teaching and …

Of all the Web 2.0 tools we recommend, social bookmarking tools are some of the simplest and most helpful for you to use. You'll be surprised how social bookmarking tools can make teaching and learning easier for students and teachers alike. Find out about all of the web based bookmarking tools (Delicious, Twine, Faviki and more) and share a conversation about how they can be used in the classroom.

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  • Glad you found it useful. I might be able to share a video. Are you asking if you can have an enlarged version without the text chat, etc? Just clarifying :)
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  • great presentation--is there anyway to make the slideshow window of the webinar any bigger? I would like to share this with an online grad course I am teaching on Web 2.0 tools and strategies in education.
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  • An archive of this RETA Webinar is located at...
    https://admin.na3.acrobat.com/_a769301336/p94652613/ - best to skip to the meat at around 2:30 ;-)
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  • Example - Delicious
  • Tags what are they and examples a form of metadata
  • Tags what are they and examples a form of metadata
  • Sharing circles – tells you how many people have tagged it Everyone Your network, friends, followers You
  • Something to think about
  • Now let’s see it in action here’s delicious bookmarklet share with your network look at your entries private entries
  • Here’s Faviki Strengths weakneses
  • Here’s Faviki Strengths weakneses
  • Here’s Faviki Strengths weakneses
  • Remember you can unfollow too! You can block ppl
  • Ideas and uses for social bookmarking in the clssroom Use links in delicious
  • Ideas and uses for social bookmarking in the clssroom Use links in delicious
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    • 1. What is social bookmarking? The lingo (metadata, tags, bookmarklets) Three tools to explore Integration in Web 2.0 Uses in education & discussion #retawebinars Share Store Seek
    • 2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/daveduarte/2817722169/
    • 3. Personal Knowledge Management What is social bookmarking? http://www.wordle.net/gallery/wrdl/753581/Social_Bookmarking http://www.wordle.net/ Social Knowledge Management
    • 4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_bookmarking Browser based bookmarks/favorites
    • 5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_bookmarking Saved on your computer & organized by folder
    • 6. Why social bookmarking?
      • share
      • store
      • organize
      • manage
      • online
      • accessible
      • social
      • more powerful organization
      • more possibilities for research
      Image from http://jedchan.com/social-bookmarking-sites-helps-page-rank/
    • 7. Some of the tools http://www.wordle.net/gallery/wrdl/753639/hollyrae http://www.wordle.net/
    • 8. Delicious.com a social bookmarking service Bookmarks Control Panels Tags Search
    • 9. Created with http://www.wordle.net
      • Keywords
      • Metadata (tells the web what this is)
      • Open ended
      Share What are tags? Creating your bookmarks
    • 10. Tag Cloud Accessing your bookmarks Many ways to search Personal Social
    • 11. Your network
    • 12. http://intelligencetesting.blogspot.com/2007_09_01_archive.html Semantics The study of meaning
    • 13. Metatags Metadata Descriptions of objects on the web
    • 14. @novaspivack http://docs.google.com/Present?docid=dwzv3r6_143qtq9cf9 The Semantic Web
      • Web 3G (Giant Global Graph – GGG)
      • Self-describing linked data
      • Built both through people and bots
    • 15. @novaspivack http://docs.google.com/Present?docid=dwzv3r6_143qtq9cf9
    • 16. Types of Social Knowledge Organization Features Examples Ontology Formal semantics Established categories formal representation of shared knowledge taxonomy (tagging by committee)
      • Dewey Decimal System
      • # 000 – Computer science, information, and general works
      • # 100 – Philosophy and psychology
      • # 200 – Religion
      • # 300 – Social sciences
      • Biological Classification
      • Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
      Folksonomy Informal semantics Open ended categories Categories created socially (free tagging by users)
      • Delicious
      • Flickr
      Folksology A hybrid semantic system A combination of free tags and structure
      • Wikipedia
      • DBpedia
    • 17. Something to consider ;-) http://www.flickr.com/photos/littlegreenfroggy/947117289/
    • 18. Three examples Tool Features Common features of tools include RSS, widgets/badges, integration with other networks http://www.delicious.com Share your bookmarks, annotate Import/export to/from browser Create your own tags Create tag bundles http://www.faviki.com Share your bookmarks, annotate Tag with ‘meaningful’ tags from DBPedia http://www.twine.com Share bookmarks, annotate Comment on entries Connect with interest groups Email digests
    • 19. Demo: Delicious in Action “ Bookmarklet”
    • 20. Faviki DBPedia http://www.faviki.com Share your bookmarks, annotate Tag with ‘meaningful’ tags from DBPedia
    • 21. Uses the most common things in wikipedia Items become Faviki tags
    • 22. Faviki in Action
    • 23. A Faviki Tag
    • 24. Twine http://www.twine.com Share bookmarks, annotate Comment on entries Connect with interest groups Email digests
    • 25.  
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    • 30. Integration in Web 2.0
      • Add a link roll or tag cloud to your blog, wiki or course
      • Connect your social bookmarks to your Twitter, Friendfeed, Tumblr or other publishing site
    • 31. What does it all mean?
      • “ The implications for education are profound. Let’s consider three areas of impact:
      • knowledge construction,
      • personal learning network maintenance, and
      • personal educational administration.”
      http://www.educause.edu/EQ/EDUCAUSEQuarterlyMagazineVolum/TheSemanticWebinEducation/163437
    • 32.
      • Shared resources among classroom community
        • Class agrees upon tags to use (ie: retawebinars)
        • Members follow/friend/associate within the network
      • Follow influential authors, scientists, etc.
      • Teacher can use RSS feeds to track student and group work
      • Spontaneous discovery of valuable resources
      • Share links via a widget in your wiki, course, or blog
      • Compare resources based on tags, popularity
      Social Bookmarking as 21 st Century Learning http://delicious.com/hollyrae/retawebinars
    • 33.
      • Network with other educators
      • Share academic resources in school teams, departments, and district
      • Find other educators to follow and/or network with online based of their bookmarks
      • Collaborate with other schools and classrooms by sharing bookmarks
      • Give students an easy link to remember where all links can be located
      • Let students choose from links you have previewed
      Social Bookmarking for 21 st Century Educators http://delicious.com/hollyrae/retawebinars
    • 34. Did I mention how many tools there are?
    • 35. So now what? http://www.flickr.com/search/?l=cc&q=semantic%20web