Why I Use More than One Social Bookmarking Service

Web Tools for Learners

So when I read about speculation that my wonderful collection of bookmarks on del.icio.us Marshall Kirkpatrick at ReadWriteWeb was concerned what the deal meant for Build Your Own Search Service (BOSS) , Yahoo’s search developer platform Search Monkey and social bookmarking service Delicious, which he described as “one of the last era’s most heartbreaking symbols of untapped potential in social media&#. But back to strictly social bookmarking.

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WebTools For Teachers 10/27/2008

Web Tools for Learners

An interesting approach, more visual than bookmarking, Diigo, or del.icio.us. A bit like EverNote, but handier, I’d guess. tags : bookmarking , socialbookmarking , social. SimplyBox - Think Inside the Box. via Paula White on Twitter. Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here

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The 10 basic online tools every trainer and online facilitator should know

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

Diigo - or any other social bookmarker Diigo is very important to keep track off your online sources. An alternative to this bookmark tool is delicious. You may also use Evernote to store your resources, but I prefer diigo because its default is public. Ning is a social network, but it can also be a LMS (Learning Management System) such as Moodle. Ning is more focused on social interaction, works well and is affordable.

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Dissection: What's a PLN?

E-Learning Acupuncture

Delicious social bookmarking. Saves my bookmarks and makes them available anywhere I go (library, friend's house, work, home, iPhone, etc.) Evernote. Tags: social networking tools collaboration PLN Have you heard this term - PLN? Personal Learning Network.

What’s in Your Technology-Enabled Learning Toolbox?

Your Training Edge

Evernote — collect resources from various sites and then save as a web page. Delicious , Pinboard — social bookmarking. Last week, we looked at the building blocks of technology-enabled learning , from elements like learning objectives that are common across all training formats to those that are specific to digital formats, like content authoring tools.