What's So Delicious About Social Bookmarking?
Social bookmarking is a web 2.0 tool that does more than just conveniently save and organize resources you need from the web. In this session, learn how social bookmarking can help you manage and filter the wealth of useful websites for yourself and your students.



Printable Poster: Social Bookmarking (PDF)
Kristen's Delicious Links

Tips

Top 10 Ways to Use de.icio.us via @lifehack
del.icio.us Tips via @suewaters
7 Things You Should Know About Social Bookmarking via EDUAUSE
10 ways you can tap the value of the Delicious community

Articles

Why Delicious is an effective teaching tool for journalism educators
Culver, Katy. "Why Delicious Is an Effective Teaching Tool for Journalism Educators." Poynter@40. N.p., 25 Nov. 2014. Web. 03 Dec. 2015.
Exploring the Use of Social Bookmarking Technology in Education: An Analysis of Students’ Experiences using a Course-specific Delicious.com Account
Farwell, Tricia M., and Richard D. Waters. "Exploring the Use of Social Bookmarking Technology in Education: An Analysis of Students’ Experiences Using a Course-specific Delicious.com Account." MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching June 6.2 (2010): n. pag. Merlot. Web.

Tools
Packrati.us Bookmark your Twitter links
Delicious extension for Chrome Browser
Delicious phone apps and native support for Firefox
IFTTT Recipes
Delicious Toolbox: 80+ Updated Tools and Resources via @mashable

About Delicious

YouTube Founders Revamping a Site for Link Sharing
Innovators Under 35 (2006): Joshua Schachter

Semantic Web

Infographic
Semantic Web Basics
The Intelligence is in the Connections
What is Metadata

RSS

Feed.ly
Digg Reader
The Old Reader
Kristen's OPML file

Do RSS Feeds Still Matter?
Why RSS Still Matters
Is RSS Dead? A Look at the Numbers

Pulse
Flipboard

Other Social Bookmarking Sites Besides Delicious

Diigo
Pinterest
Bibsonomy
Alternatives to Delicious
50+ Social Bookmarking (and News) Sites : Importance of User Generated Tags, Votes and Links

Additional Links

The Conversational Prism
Check usernames: Knowem and Namech_k
Terms of Service Didn't Read

About the Presenter


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Kristen Treglia is a Senior Instructional Technologist at Fordham University. She develops technology resources for faculty and teaches best practices for technology-based teaching methods and materials. She also has ten years’ experience teaching secondary mathematics and is well versed in social media and Web 2.0 technologies. kristentreglia.wordpress.com | twitter.com/kris10_