These are my notes from the presentation “Social Bookmarking with It’s about Information, Collaboration, and Access” by Lee Anne Morris and Scot Ertl at the ODLA 2007 conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Nov 5, 2007. My comments/refelctions are ALL IN CAPS.

Lee Anne and Scott are with “The Eighth Floor: A Technology and Learning Center for Educators” in Tulsa, OK

Discussing reasons for using social bookmarks
– portability / accessibility
– sharing potential

social bookmarking
– interactive
– about sharing information
– it is a network

Common Craft video: Social Bookmarking in Plain English

12 Ideas Around Social Bookmarking in Education
– good set of suggested activities

with tags, there are “no rules” except “no spaces”

make sure you back up your links!!!! (I HAVE NOT DONE THIS TO DATE BUT AM DOING THIS NOW!!!!)

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7 Things to Know About Social Bookmarking from EduCause (PDF)

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