Just a few ways to use




                         By Monica Hamburg
Save items in an accessible & organized way
Search for information (generally – from everyone)
Share with your team

         “If you often find yourself reading blogs
         and sites that would be of interest to
 ...
Track information about your organization


  Save articles mentioning your organization in
  one central place – easy for...
Learn from Others (Key People/Groups/Organisations)
         “NPower’s Delicious is also open for anyone to
         see. ...
Aggregate news (can pull into your blog...)




http://www.netsquared.org/aggregator
Issues

-Consistency
People don’t all tag the same way
-you can clarify and establish tags for people within a
connected g...
Learn More:
http://learn.netsquared.org/tagging
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  • Save items in an accessible & organized way-topic-subtopic etc.
  • Save items in an accessible & organized way
  • Adam King is the Technology Manager at NPower Michigan
  • Adam King is the Technology Manager at NPower Michigan
  • Just a few ways to use: delicious

    1. 1. Just a few ways to use By Monica Hamburg
    2. 2. Save items in an accessible & organized way
    3. 3. Search for information (generally – from everyone)
    4. 4. Share with your team “If you often find yourself reading blogs and sites that would be of interest to your co-workers, start a free Delicious account for your organization and you can start tagging links of interest specific to your sector and mission.” ... - Adam King, Technology Manager at NPower Michigan (On the Michigan Nonprofit Association Blog) http://mnaonline.wordpress.com/2009/04/17/it-resources/
    5. 5. Track information about your organization Save articles mentioning your organization in one central place – easy for people to add to & retrieve from
    6. 6. Learn from Others (Key People/Groups/Organisations) “NPower’s Delicious is also open for anyone to see. If you visit http://www.Delicious.com/NPowerMichigan you’ll find a vast and ever growing array of free, low-cost, and innovative tools and articles we think could be useful for nonprofits.” - Adam King, Technology Manager at NPower Michigan On the Michigan Nonprofit Association Blog http://mnaonline.wordpress.com/2009/04/17/it-resources/
    7. 7. Aggregate news (can pull into your blog...) http://www.netsquared.org/aggregator
    8. 8. Issues -Consistency People don’t all tag the same way -you can clarify and establish tags for people within a connected group – but the public is out of your scope) -Information overload could exist during a “popular” search for a much-used term -Spam People will often bookmark products they wish to promote or sell which further clutters the pool -Privacy You can mark a particular items (or all) as private, but, of course, the aim is to share
    9. 9. Learn More: http://learn.netsquared.org/tagging

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