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  • 1. Tell a story with your photos and allow whoever you want to comment. 2 Add notes to explain or comment right on the photo. 3 Favorite the photos you like best to easily find them later, and see who has favorited yours.4 Add people to your photos for your reference, and so they can see what you've posted. 5 Add tags to categorize your photos and to help others find them in searches.A tag is simply a word you can use to describe a bookmark. Unlike folders, you make up tags when you need them and you can use as many as you like. The result is a better way to organize your bookmarks and a great way to discover interesting things on the Web.
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  • Brown Bag Lunch
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mdurwin/3144903507/sizes/z/in/photostream/
    - Sharing Resources online
    30 September 2010
    UN Campus (Room 2309)
    Bonn, Germany
  • Today‘s Menu
    Sharing Pictures
    Sharing Presentations
    Sharing Bookmarks
  • 1. Sharing Pictures
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  • Upload them on
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  • 2. Sharing presentations
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  • Why you should use SlideShare?
  • Share your presentations with the world. Upload Powerpoint, OpenOffice or PDF presentations.
    Share publicly to reach millions of global viewers.
    Share privately with colleagues, clients and on intranets, private websites.
  • Find thousands of interesting presentations. Download, favorite or search presentations.
  • Create SlideCasts.
    Sync audio with your slides.
    Create webinars, musical presentations, slidetoons and more!
  • Find friends or make professional contacts. Find people with interesting content. Grow your professional network.
  • Join Groups about interesting topics or create your own collections of presentations using groups.
  • Check out talks from Events you missed or create your own event to spread the buzz, invite registrations, archive presentations, etc.
  • Add SlideShare widgets to blogs or websites.
  • Share on social networks, blogs and bookmarking sites.
  • 3. Sharing Bookmarks
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ingas_gems/4136268170/sizes/m/in/photostream/
  • Social Bookmarking
    http://www.commoncraft.com/bookmarking-plain-english
  • Things you can do with Delicious
    Bookmark any site on the Internet,
    and get to it from anywhere
    Instead of having different bookmarks on every computer, Delicious makes it easy to have a single set of bookmarks kept in sync between all of your computers. Even if you're not on a computer you own, you can still get to your bookmarks on the Delicious website.
  • Things you can do with Delicious
    Share your bookmarks,
    and get bookmarks in return
    If your friends use Delicious, you can send them interesting bookmarks that they can check out the next time they log in. Of course, they can do the same for you. As you explore the site and find interesting users, you can use our Subscriptions and Network features to keep track of the Delicious tags and users you find most interesting.
  • Things you can do with Delicious
    Discover the most useful and
    interesting bookmarks on the web
    See what's hot with Delicious users by checking out popular tags. By looking at popular bookmarks for a tag, you'll be able to discover the most interesting bookmarks on the topics you're most interested in. Browse bookmarks on just about anything from the best programming tips to the most popular travel sites, all in an easy to read format.
  • Saving a boomark
  • Getting around
  • Getting around
  • Getting around
  • Import your old bookmarks
  • Our scenario
    Imagine....
  • Imagine...
    …. You have just recently organized a two-day workshop on Climate Change at the UN Campus with 40 participants.
    • During your workshop you took photos of the participants, graphic facilitation posters etc.
    • During your workshop you had 2 presenters who gave one power point presentation each.
    • In your coffee breaks you talked about online resources that you and your colleagues from the same field consult or just recently discovered.
    Work in 3 Groups!
  • Be ready to report back at 13.15
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  • Resources available on our blog
    http://www.vie.unu.edu/learninghub/