Does anyone know of some good, printable “how-to guides” for del.icio.us and Google Notebook suitable for K-12 teachers to use? I’m sharing some workshops this week on these tools and I’d love to link to someone else’s printable how-to guides rather than create my own! 🙂

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5 Responses to Good del.icio.us and Google Notebook how-to guides

  1. Wes,

    David Muir put together a good del.icio.us tutorial in PDF format. I have a link to it on my ClassroomTech wiki (http://classroomtech.pbwiki.com/RSS). Click on the link in the table at the bottom of the page that is titled “Simply Del.icio.us”.

    Hope this helps.

    Take Care,

    Brian Grenier
    http://bumpontheblog.etowns.net

  2. Wesley Fryer says:

    Thanks for all these links! I think the Google Notebook one may not be step-by-step enough for what I’m looking for, but the Google Notebook FAQ is pretty good. I like the printable PDF versions for del.icio.us– I wonder if someone has done something similar for Google Notebook? I’ve linked all these now from http://teachdigital.pbwiki.com/googletools.

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