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CSSIS - Social Bookmarking

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  • Web 2.0 Challenge
    • Presented by
    • The Computing Services
    • Special Interest Section
    • of the
    • American Association of Law Libraries
    • July – August, 2008
  • Social Bookmarking Using Del.icio.us and Diigo.com By Liz Glankler Emerging Technologies Librarian Saint Louis University Law Library
  • Social Bookmarking
    • Social bookmarking can be used as a knowledge management system for individuals and groups. It is a powerful research and annotation tool that is searchable, shareable, and accessible from any computer.
  • How does Social Bookmarking Work?
    • Discover web pages of interest by tag searches, friends, and serendipity
    • Add page to social bookmark site
    • Add tags to page with words chosen by the user to describe the page
    • Follow tags to discover other pages and users with the same interests
    • Share and/or collaborate with others
  • Evaluation Features
    • Shared and/or private?
    • FAQ
    • Bookmarklets ( icons for toolbar that allows you to quickly bookmark and tag)
    • Tag Clouds (subject list)
    • RSS
    • Blog
    • Open Source
    • Import/Export
    • Cost
    • Backup
  • Pros and Cons
    • Limited amounts of space
    • Subscription based (Linksagogo)
    • Not able to share with group, only public (everyone) or private (just yourself)
    • Automatic link checking (Netvouz)
    • Specialized:
        • EdTags(education)
        • BibSonomy (literature)
        • PennTags (members of the Penn State community)
        • Citeulike (links to scholarly papers)
  • Tagging
    • Tags are words that the user chooses that tell about the main points or subject of the webpage
    • Tags are used in many of the social networking, Web 2.0 programs
    • Tags can be viewed by loooking at tag clouds and tag bundles
    • Tags may be put onto your own webpages or blogs
  • Example of How other Libraries use Social Bookmarking ( Univ. of Michigan Library 2.0 )
  • Links to Del.icio.us from topical outline on web
  • Tags only
  • Alphabetical
  • Tag bundles
  • Training Resources
    • Del.icio.us
      • Social Bookmarking and Del.icio.us
        • http://www.lib.umich.edu/hsl/podcasts/pc-delicious.html
    • Diigo.com
      • http://help.diigo.com/Getting_Started/Videos_Tutorials
    • Most social bookmarking sites have training modules available
  • Why use Diigo? Sticky note Highlighting
  • Diigo Tag cloud
  • Diigo groups Groups
  • Health Law Group in Diigo
  • Save Elsewhere Saving to Diigo and Del.icio.us Simultaneously
  • Bookmark, tag, and save. Simultaneously saves in Diigo and Del.icio.us
  • New bookmarks in Del.icio.us and diigo
  • Using Del.icio.us Tag Bundles
  • Lots of tag bundles!
  • My broader category
  • Overall Process
    • Read some of the recommended articles
    • Search for social bookmark sites
    • Evaluate and choose
    • Join
    • Upload webpages
    • Tag the webpages
    • Share
  • Web 2.0 Challenge Assignment
  • Thank you for watching!