This QuickStart Guide will discuss the web 2.0 idea of social bookmarking. Social bookmarking is a way for internet users to save, store, organize, and share webpages and internet resources with others. You can use meta data (tags, labels) to search through resources.The social bookmarking sites that are highlighted in this guide are Delicious, citeulike, and PennTags (there are plenty of others out there to use). To learn more about social bookmarking, click on the link below to view the QuickStart guide:
If you missed our Humanities Computing Demo Day held on 2/27/2009, you can view one of the presentations right here about RSS feeds and Social Bookmarking sites. The presentation runs down some examples of RSS feed readers like Google Reader and ticTOCS (a way to create an opml list from RSS feeds of academic publications). It also touches upon Social Bookmarking sites like Delicious and CiteULike (academic based bookmark sharing site). We are always available for one-on-one meetings and demos if anything in this presentation interests you.