Bite Size forthcoming dates <ul><li>10/03/2011 - Echo 360 – Graham McElearney – Eric Wilkes Room </li></ul><ul><li>23/03/2...
Benefits of Social Bookmarking <ul><li>Share with friends or co-workers and discover their links in return </li></ul><ul><...
Tagging 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Image via Creative Commons Licence © Some rights reserved by psd http://www...
What’s the alternative? 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
uSpace Bookmarks 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
MOLE Bookmarks 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
Del.Icio.Us 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Links Popular Tags Tags Multiple sharers http://delicious.com/scharrlib
Del.Icio.Us 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Traditional  links menu Tags
See your interests differently 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
An alternative to CMS? 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
Tags, List or Both? 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
Who’s saving who? 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
Embed your links 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
Real time updates 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Delicious Bookmarks
01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Speedtile http://www.speedtile.net/scharr
Pearls of Wisdom 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield http://pear.ly/rX5P
Bookmarks sharing 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Feedback on bookmarks See what others are doing
Build your own resource 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
Start saving your bookmarks as a group <ul><li>HEDM </li></ul><ul><li>http://groups.diigo.com/group/heds-teaching </li></u...
01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Links Members Tags Comments RSS
Tips <ul><li>Make sure you can relate to the tags you use </li></ul><ul><li>Look at what others similar to you are bookmar...
There’s more 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
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ScHARR Library Bite Size for Research and Collaboration #6 Social, Visual Bookmarks

This ScHARR Bite Size 20 minute session will focus on social and visual bookmarks.
If you ever wanted to:
Access your favourite website links anywhere
Create resources from bookmarks
Share your links with colleagues
Find people with similar interests and their links
Embed bookmarks into a Web Page
Make bookmarks and their tags visual

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Social and Visual Bookmarks

  1. 2. Bite Size forthcoming dates <ul><li>10/03/2011 - Echo 360 – Graham McElearney – Eric Wilkes Room </li></ul><ul><li>23/03/2011– Wikis -Anthea Sutton – Pemberton Lecture Theatre </li></ul><ul><li>29/03/2011 - Electronic Voting System – Graham McElearney – Eric Wilkes Room </li></ul><ul><li>19/04/2011 -  Use the Social Web  to promote your work – Andy Tattersall – Pemberton Lecture Theatre </li></ul><ul><li>27/04/2011 – Sympodium – Chris Clow – Pemberton </li></ul><ul><li>11/05/2011 – Screencasting – Powerpoint Recording – Claire Beecroft – Eric Wilkes </li></ul>01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  2. 3. Benefits of Social Bookmarking <ul><li>Share with friends or co-workers and discover their links in return </li></ul><ul><li>Bookmark what you really need to save </li></ul><ul><li>Multiple searching and storing with tags </li></ul><ul><li>Accessible anywhere </li></ul><ul><li>Add descriptions to your links </li></ul><ul><li>Embed them into other sites </li></ul><ul><li>Create word tags of your bookmarks </li></ul>01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  3. 4. Tagging 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Image via Creative Commons Licence © Some rights reserved by psd http://www.flickr.com/photos/psd/5128681/sizes/l/in/photostream /
  4. 5. What’s the alternative? 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  5. 6. uSpace Bookmarks 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  6. 7. MOLE Bookmarks 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  7. 8. Del.Icio.Us 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Links Popular Tags Tags Multiple sharers http://delicious.com/scharrlib
  8. 9. Del.Icio.Us 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Traditional links menu Tags
  9. 10. See your interests differently 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  10. 11. An alternative to CMS? 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  11. 12. Tags, List or Both? 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  12. 13. Who’s saving who? 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  13. 14. Embed your links 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  14. 15. Real time updates 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Delicious Bookmarks
  15. 16. 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Speedtile http://www.speedtile.net/scharr
  16. 17. Pearls of Wisdom 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield http://pear.ly/rX5P
  17. 18. Bookmarks sharing 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  18. 19. 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Feedback on bookmarks See what others are doing
  19. 20. Build your own resource 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  20. 21. Start saving your bookmarks as a group <ul><li>HEDM </li></ul><ul><li>http://groups.diigo.com/group/heds-teaching </li></ul><ul><li>MPH </li></ul><ul><li>http://www.diigo.com/user/scharrmph </li></ul>01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  21. 22. 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield Links Members Tags Comments RSS
  22. 23. Tips <ul><li>Make sure you can relate to the tags you use </li></ul><ul><li>Look at what others similar to you are bookmarking </li></ul><ul><li>Use as many tags as you want for each bookmark </li></ul><ul><li>Download the toolbars and extensions where possible </li></ul><ul><li>Only bookmark those sites that you don’t visit every day – don’t bother with Google, EBay, Facebook or the BBC Homepages </li></ul><ul><li>Use it to collaborate with your colleagues </li></ul>01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield
  23. 24. There’s more 01/03/11 © The University of Sheffield

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