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  • 1. Pin It, Tag It, Bookmark It! TLT Center Summer Series Seton Hall University Mary Zedeck, Instructional Designer June 20, 2012
  • 2. The Plan for Today• Resources• Overview• Tools – Delicious – the granddaddy – Pinterest – what’s so Pinteresting? • Housing and Residence Life – Diigo – a demonstration• Implementation discussion• Additional tools
  • 3. Workshop Resources
  • 4. Overview• Why?• Bookmarking…Digital/Content Curation• How is this Social?• Terminology – Bookmark, Pin, Link – Tag – Folksonomy
  • 5. Social Bookmarking in Plain English
  • 6. Delicious• One of the first popular social bookmarking sites• “All your bookmarks in one place”• Discover, Share, Follow• Individual or collaborative• Private or public• Easily share on Facebook or Twitter• Browser buttons• Profile• Glossary
  • 7. Delicious Glossary• Link (bookmark) – a website added to your collection• Stack – a set of links related to a topic• Feed – your network’s activity on delicious• Tag – word or words assigned to identify a link• Tag Bundles – way to organize existing tags into groups
  • 8. Examples• Flipped Classroom• Crowdfunding• QR Code Resources
  • 9. Delicious Hands-On
  • 10. Pinterest• Latest buzz• Visually focused collection of information – Photos, videos, quotes• 11 million+ users, ~70% women• Big brands, small brands, individuals, magazines, photographers, educators…• Individual and Collaborative• Pubic• Easily share on Facebook and Twitter• Profile• Glossary
  • 11. Pinterest Glossary• Pin – an image or video added to a board• Pinning – adding a pin to a board• Board – a set of pins related to a theme• Re-pinning – grabbing a pin on someone’s board and copying it to yours• Likes – allow you to high five another pinner• Activity – updates in your social network
  • 12. Examples• Nordstrom• Small Things• Seton Hall Housing and Residence Life• 1st Grade Teacher• Lesson Plan Ideas• Marvelous Math• Free Tools for Teachers• Vicki Davis• 16 Ways Teachers are Using Pinterest
  • 13. Delicious vs Pinterest• Delicious Stack for Nonprofit Technology Infographics• Pinterest Board for Nonprofit Infographics
  • 14. Pinterest Hands-On
  • 15. Diigo• Layout similar to Delicious• More tools• Snapshot, capture, highlight, annotate, sticky notes, read later• Advertising• Education account• Evolution and overview of Diigo: http://www.diigo.com/• Groups: http://groups.diigo.com/index• Person search: http://www.diigo.com/people/search
  • 16. Examples• MDEbookmarks• Josh Allen• Mr. Barnes – Language Arts• Diigo in Education Resources• Diigo in Education Group
  • 17. Ideas for Students/Classroom Discussion• Delicious – Role-Play in the Classroom• Pinterest – Where does food come from? – Bugs• Diigo – Diigo Nonfiction Project
  • 18. Additional Cool Tools• Symbaloo – visual bookmarking and homepage, webmixes (tile boards)• Clipboard – visual bookmarking, allows you to save games and apps and play them within your clipboards• Educlipper – in beta, focused on discovering and sharing educational materials• Bitly – shorten links and/or save, share, and discover links• Pocket – save links from your browser or from apps like Twitter• Learnist – Pinterest for education• Pearltrees – visual social library