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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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