Social Bookmarking

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* Menasha Public Library: [http://delicious.com/menashalibrary bookmarks on delicious]
 
* Menasha Public Library: [http://delicious.com/menashalibrary bookmarks on delicious]
 
* McMaster University Library Web Team: [http://delicious.com/libweb/ bookmarks on delicious]
 
* McMaster University Library Web Team: [http://delicious.com/libweb/ bookmarks on delicious]
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* McMurry University Library: [http://www.delicious.com/mcmurryuniversity bookmarks on delicious]
 
* Nebraska Library Commission: [http://delicious.com/nlc_reference NLC_Reference’s bookmarks on delicious]
 
* Nebraska Library Commission: [http://delicious.com/nlc_reference NLC_Reference’s bookmarks on delicious]
 
* Pierce County Library: [http://delicious.com/piercecountylibrary bookmarks on delicious]
 
* Pierce County Library: [http://delicious.com/piercecountylibrary bookmarks on delicious]

Revision as of 19:28, 28 June 2011

Contents

Introduction

Definition

Social bookmarking is a method for Internet users to organize, store, manage and search for bookmarks of resources online. Unlike file sharing, the resources themselves aren't shared, merely bookmarks that reference them.

Social Bookmarking Services

Further Info on Social Bookmarking

Uses in Libraries

Sharing Set of Links

Republishing Link Lists on Library Web Sites

A number of libraries use social bookmarking tools to maintain a set of links to key resources.

Other Uses

Further Information on Social Bookmarking and Libraries

Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
Actions
Navigation
Toolbox