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Introduction to Social Bookmarking


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Do you struggle to keep track of all your favority Web sites and other online resources? Would you like to share the links to your favority online resources with your colleagues or students? Social …

Do you struggle to keep track of all your favority Web sites and other online resources? Would you like to share the links to your favority online resources with your colleagues or students? Social bookmarking is a technique of storing, classsifying, sharing, and searching links through the practice of folksonomic tagging. This hands-on session will introduce the popular social bookmarking tools and CiteULike and explore several practical applications for implementing social bookmarking in the classroom.

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  • 1. Introduction to Social Bookmarking Jason Rhode [email_address]
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  • 4. Volume
  • 5. Ubiquitous Connectivity
  • 6. Interoperability
  • 7. Notification
  • 8. Aggregation
  • 9. Syndication
  • 10. Distribution
  • 11. Folksonomy “… an Internet-based information retrieval methodology consisting of collaboratively generated, open-ended labels that categorize content such as Web pages, online photographs, and Web links. A folksonomy is most notably contrasted from a taxonomy in that the authors of the labeling system are often the main users (and sometimes originators) of the content to which the labels are applied.” (Wikipedia)
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  • 13. Information Overload Information Overload
  • 14. Syndication Syndication Aggregation Aggregation
  • 15. RSS
    • Really Simply Syndication
    • XML file format
      • Universally readable by feed readers and podcatching software
    • XML vs. RSS
      • Either term/button can refer to the existence of a feed (RSS = process; XML = file format)
  • 16. What does XML look like?
    •   <?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot; encoding=&quot;UTF-8&quot; ?>
    • - <rss version=&quot;2 .0&quot; xmlns:rdf=&quot;h ttp://; xmlns:cc=&quot;h ttp://; xmlns:itunes=&quot;h ttp://; >
    • - < channel>
    •   < title>Th e FrenchPodClass</ title>
    •   < link>ht tp://</ link>
    •   < description>&# 60;p&#62;&#60;i&#62;Le genie de notre langue est la clarte - Voltaire&#60;/p&#62;&#60;/i&#62;</ description>
    •   < language>en </ language>
    •   < copyright>Th e FrenchPodClass</ copyright>
    •   < managingEditor>fr</ managingEditor>
    •   < generator>Li berated Syndication -</ generator>
    •   < webMaster>po (Liberated Syndication)</ webMaster>
    •   < lastBuildDate>Mo n, 13 Mar 2006 04:10:00 GMT</ lastBuildDate>
    •   < ttl>18 0</ ttl>
    •   < itunes:subtitle>Le arn - Discover - Enjoy ... French !</ itunes:subtitle>
    •   < itunes:summary>Le arn French and discover some piece of French culture. Grammar, vocabulary, video vocabulary, bilingual text, movie or book review and a spread sheet to get a better look at the French language !</ itunes:summary>
    • + < i tunes:category text=&quot;Edu cation&quot;>
    •   < / itunes:category>
    •   < i tunes:keywords>lea rn french language learning tour de france teach education francais culture transcript lessons lesson leÃon leÃons classe class movie book discover discovering paris europe read speak understand italian spanish english tour eiffel amelie news paris</i tunes:keywords>
    •   < i tunes:author>Seb astien - Let's learn French the fun way!</i tunes:author>
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  • 18. Traditional “Pulling” of Content from the WWW
  • 19. music animation articles blackboard photos learning diagrams books mac pc software systems cms movies XML 2006 archives articles articulate assessment associations audio bb block blog blogging blogs blogging books browser building canoeing certificates chicago clipart closets cm cms cmu224 cmuo cmuonet coi collaboration comics conferences corvette counter databases demos design diagrams directories discussion e-magazines education elearning elgg engage episodes finances financial firefox fitness garage graphics hardware home hosting humor images improvements investments irc itunes knowledge learning listservs maps mediawiki medical mle mobile monitors moodle networking networks newsletters northern objects open opencourseware papers parking pdfs people phones photos pizza plagiarism ple plugins podcasting postings presentations presenter proceedings publications reports research restaurants retirement savings screencasts scsple shifting shopping skype social socialbookmarking software statistics storage support surveys technology templates themes thesis transcription vacation videos web widgets wisconsin wikis wordpress
  • 20. Created by Extricious using user “jrhode”:
  • 21. Different Individuals Bookmarking the Same Online Resource with Different Tags Source: Ericka Menchen Trevino, 2005
  • 22. Multiple Individuals Using Shared Tags to Bookmark Online Resources Source: Ericka Menchen Trevino, 2005
  • 23. Using Tags as an Index for Bookmarked Pages Source: Ericka Menchen Trevino, 2005
  • 24. General Scholarly Links Media Audience Bookmarking Service Matrix CiteULike Connotea unalog Merlot arXiv Flickr Photobucket YouTube Google Video Bag of URLs Furl Feed Me Links! Linkfilter Digg Technorati reddit
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  • 26. Cite U Like
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