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Bookmarking and Beyond:
Curating Digital Resources
Megan DiGiovanni
Lois Stanton
Nov. 2014
http://bit.ly/dig-curation
Bookmarking Basics
● Open links in new tab (click here for a clip)
● Pin a tab
● Bookmarks bar
○ good for frequently used ...
Bookmarking Basics
Bookmarking in a new folder
(click here for a clip)
● good for organizing related links
■ organize by s...
Making a collection of links
● Bookmark all open tabs
○ good for gathering all related links for a particular
lesson
○ ope...
Bookmark manager
● Allows you to easily rename links
● Allows you to easily organize your links
● Allows you to easily cre...
Google Document
Understanding Collective Curation...
Different Curation Applications
Bookmarking and Beyond: Curation Applications
Bookmarks in
Chrome Diigo Bitly Symbaloo Pad...
- Use the extension in Chrome to collect links
that you want to save
- Organize your links into lists (subject, unit,
prof...
- Create a Bitly account
- Add links by copying and pasting the link
into Bitly.com or use the Chrome Extension
- Add link...
- Create a Padlet.com account using
- Create a new Padlet
- Add boxes to annotate
- Attach links to websites
- Share with ...
● Use the Chrome extension or website to add
to your collection.
● Organize your links, files, etc. into
collections.
● Sh...
Visual tool - Collects links in a “webmix” (User Guide)
- Organize Links by color
- Embed (ex: Resources LibGuide)
Example...
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  1. 1. Bookmarking and Beyond: Curating Digital Resources Megan DiGiovanni Lois Stanton Nov. 2014 http://bit.ly/dig-curation
  2. 2. Bookmarking Basics ● Open links in new tab (click here for a clip) ● Pin a tab ● Bookmarks bar ○ good for frequently used sites ○ not good for bookmarking everything you find
  3. 3. Bookmarking Basics Bookmarking in a new folder (click here for a clip) ● good for organizing related links ■ organize by subject topic or unit ■ organize by use (personal, professional, class) ■ organize by type (videos, websites, blogs)
  4. 4. Making a collection of links ● Bookmark all open tabs ○ good for gathering all related links for a particular lesson ○ open all links in a new window later Task: click here for a demo 1) open a new window 2) find 4 sites related to a unit that you are planning 3) bookmark all tabs, practice reopening them
  5. 5. Bookmark manager ● Allows you to easily rename links ● Allows you to easily organize your links ● Allows you to easily create subfolders
  6. 6. Google Document
  7. 7. Understanding Collective Curation...
  8. 8. Different Curation Applications Bookmarking and Beyond: Curation Applications Bookmarks in Chrome Diigo Bitly Symbaloo Padlet Pearltrees Stores Links x x x x x x Organize links in a List x x x Organize links in a Folder x x x x Organize links Visually x x x Uses tags to organize x x Share Links with Others x x x x x Annotation x x x x Shorten Links x Sign in with Google X X X X X
  9. 9. - Use the extension in Chrome to collect links that you want to save - Organize your links into lists (subject, unit, professional, personal, uses) - Annotate your links - Share your links or keep them private - Example: https://www.diigo. com/list/mdigiovanni
  10. 10. - Create a Bitly account - Add links by copying and pasting the link into Bitly.com or use the Chrome Extension - Add links to a bundle to organize - Bundles can be shared (and curated) with others - Add notes to each link - https://bitly.com/bundles/jasonhbuck/6
  11. 11. - Create a Padlet.com account using - Create a new Padlet - Add boxes to annotate - Attach links to websites - Share with others - Example:http://padlet. com/megan_digiovann/h4bpx30kcnp7
  12. 12. ● Use the Chrome extension or website to add to your collection. ● Organize your links, files, etc. into collections. ● Share via permalink, email, etc.(Library Reports) ● Use “comment” for annotation.
  13. 13. Visual tool - Collects links in a “webmix” (User Guide) - Organize Links by color - Embed (ex: Resources LibGuide) Examples: Gatsby Resources Secondary Language Arts Summer Resources
  14. 14. Thanks for joining us today! Feedback for us? Ideas for further training? Please add to this padlet.

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