Bookmarking: Beyond the Basics

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ABC-CLIO, Jul 16, 2012 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 166 pages
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Focusing on ways social bookmarking can impact academic and public libraries and increase collaborations with both patrons and faculty, Bookmarking: Beyond the Basics introduces a variety of social bookmarking websites with helpful tutorials and activities for a wide range of users. It addresses social bookmarking sites such as Delicious/Avos, LaterThis, Jog the Web, Sqworl, LiveBinders, Diigo, and covers shared bookmarking with QR codes.

The description of each website is accompanied by practical information on how to use this bookmarking tool in the classroom, school library, or public library to create personal learning networks and provide resources for patrons. The book describes ways classroom teachers can work collaboratively with librarians to incorporate social bookmarking into the classroom. Included activities are developmentally appropriate for primary grade students up to adult patrons.

 

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Contents

Starting off Simple Delicious Tutorial
15
Practical Application Putting Delicious to Work
21
Starting off Simple LaterThis Tutorial
31
Practical Application Putting LaterThis to Work
35
Starting off Simple Sqworl
41
Practical Application Putting Sqworl to Work
49
Extending the Basics Jog the Web Tutorial
59
Practical Application Putting Jog the Web to Work
65
Web 20 Tech Tools Challenge Diigo Tutorial
97
Practical Application Putting Diigo to Work
105
CuttingEdge Bookmarking QR Codes
115
Practical Application Putting QR Codes to Work
121
Conclusion
133
Creating Videos with Jing
155
Resource List
159
Glossary
161

Extending the Basics LiveBinders Tutorial
79
Practical Application Putting LiveBinders to Work
87

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About the author (2012)

Alicia Vandenbroek, MLS, is librarian at Shackelford Junior High School, Arlington, TX, where she was recently awarded Teacher of the Year by her peers.

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