Posted by: emapey | July 19, 2008

Using in Education

I think that is one of the most useful Web 2.0 tools. It facilitates:
– saving and accessing your bookmarks online
– promoting your own sites (you bookmark in your best pages, don’t you?)
– finding bookmarks from other users on your network (they are searching for relevant sites for you)
– networking with other users who are in your network.
– reading your network’s bookmarks, since provides convenient RSS feeds.
– use a “profile” tag, such as emapey’s bookmarks tagged with “profile” on to feature your sites, best posts and articles and important sites linking to you.

List of useful links to resources for using help
Use to Create Your Eportfolio
The Lesson – Bokardo Is The Recommendation Service For The Internet
Know When People Bookmark You on
Tracking My Own Published Articles
How to Analyze your Site with
Who Says Librarians (and Teachers) Don’t Like Tags
“Interview With Experts: What’s so cool about”
Social Bookmarking with as a PR measurement tool
Tips for Using Delicious In (Doctoral) Research libraries
A discussion of strategies for managing social bookmarking teaching and learning activities (using
How Delicious is Changing Academic Research
Visualizing Networks Tips, Part-2: day-to-day use
A reputation economy via “via:”? Network Explorer

You can start building your network. Join the EdTechTalk network. You can also continue networking by joining some fans in the

These are my emapey’s bookmarks on
These are my emapey’s network bookmarks
Note how via “My Network”, I now have a stream of bookmarks from some users I have selected. These users are searching the internet and bookmarking useful sites and pages for me !!!!!

I want to credit my friend FCEBLOG for some of the ideas included in this post.



  1. Thanks for the link. Diigo is really my primary bookmarking tool, but I keep everything in too. Diigo has some better options for sharing links with groups and friends; you can share links with just part of your network, for example. still has a much bigger user base and network though. I use it now to search what other people have bookmarked on a topic. I usually start my search on Diigo, but if I can’t find what I need there, I switch to Both are good services, just for different tasks.

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