Last month I wrote a new, short article for the TechEdge (TCEA’s quarterly magazine) titled “Social Bookmarks 101.” This article is available online as a webpage and alternatively as a PDF file. This article will be published in the print version of the TechEdge later this fall.

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One Response to Social Bookmarking 101

  1. Dave Ehrhart says:

    I agree that social bookmarking is a good tool, however as a classroom teacher I really prefer Diigo because of the ability for students to post comments on articles, share them with me, and for me to respond. I’ve been using Diigo in this way since last year, and it really stimulates critical thinking and improved reading of online articles. Plus, students can’t comment on articles if the haven’t read them; there is no bluffing their way through it with Diigo. Honestly, social bookmarking by itself has little meaning to high school students. They understand the tags and all, but when they can highlight and comment and interact with others, real learning takes place. And, it’s all about the learning and not about the technology.
    I enjoy reading your posts, thanks a lot.

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