SharePoint is a collaborative tool available to Princeton faculty and staff. It is a web-based tool for sharing information and documents with others. A SharePoint site is a website that provides a central storage and collaboration space for documents, information, and ideas. This QuickStart guide will show you how to work with images (upload, search, change the view, and load in PowerPoint) in a SharePoint site. To view this guide, click on the link below.
This QuickStart Guide discusses the web 2.0 feature of RSS and RSS feed readers. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated work. It’s a great way to get the latest headlines and new material from a website without having to always visit the site to see if anything is new. It’s a great time saver. RSS feed readers that are highlighted in this guide are Google Reader, Bloglines, and Thunderbird.To learn more about RSS and RSS feed readers, click on the link below.
Mendeley is a free cross-platform tool that helps you organize, manage, and share your research papers (in PDF format) on your computer and via a web interface. This tool allows for you to index your PDFs from your computer in an easy to search system. To learn more about Mendeley, click on the link below to view the QuickStart guide.
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:
co-ment is a web service that allows for you to write or upload text to the site, allow others to comment on the text, then the users can review the comments and edit the text according to the feedback. It is great for collaboration among users. It runs from your web browser and is free. To get started with co-ment, click on the link below to view our QuickStart Guide for co-ment.