Social Bookmarks

Clark Quinn

for Learning Professionals Course is starting and the topic is Social Bookmarks. Here's the great resource / assignment that Harold and Michele created for this week: Week 2: Free Your Bookmarks with Social Bookmarking This has sparked some interesting activity and makes me think that the net effect of this kind of open course is a bit more interesting than I had thought. The second week of our Web 2.0

Corporate Social Bookmarking Tools

Tony Karrer

I was just asked on twitter about use social bookmarking tools that work behind the firewall. Here are the social bookmarking tools that I commonly cite in presentations: BEA Pathways Cogenz Connectbeam del.irio.us - perl based, very similar to del.icio.us I thought I had blogged about this before, but I'm not finding the post.

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Delicious will be shut down. What to do and 6 major alternatives for social bookmarking.

Trends in the Living Networks

Social bookmarks have been one of the defining aspects of Web 2.0. It is a simple step to take the bookmarks you are doing anyway, and make them visible along with your tags to describe them. Get your bookmarks out : Export your bookmarks immediately, and keep doing so regularly if you continue to use it. Find an alternative social bookmarking service. Unfortunately there is no apparent way to import your bookmarks from other sites.

Social Bookmarking for Link Sharing

Tony Karrer

On TrDev, we've been discussing the sharing of links via forum posts vs. social bookmarking tools such as del.icio.us. I've discussed this before: Social Bookmarking Tricks for Group Learning Personal and Group Learning Using Web 2.0 Tools But it might be worth looking at how Nancy White has been doing this. See her recent post about Second Wave Adoption and her follow-up post on Time to Experiment. She lets folks know to use the del.icio.us

Social Bookmarking Tricks for Group Learning

Tony Karrer

The question was: How are you posting the social bookmarking links on your site? So let me answer that question first and then let me mention a couple of other things that you might want to do with Social Bookmarking tools. You can do the same thing on del.icio.us: [link] and most of the other Social Bookmarking services have similar capabilities. Have I mentioned that I love getting questions.

K-12 Blogging, Wiki and Social Bookmarking Resources

Tony Karrer

Someone who attended my session asked about free resources to use in K-12 settings. I'm really not familiar with this space. Can anyone point her in the right direction

Introduction to Wikis, Blogs, Social Bookmarking, Social Networking and RSS

Tony Karrer

Social Bookmarking Social Networking Wikis RSSAs background for an upcoming presentation, I wanted to create a page that provides background resources that explain various eLearning 2.0 tools. I immediately thought of the Common Craft videos. I've embedded them below. Are there other good introductory resources? How about for blogs?

Harold Jarche » The second week of Work Literacy

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Harold Jarche » The social aspect of bookmarks

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Harold Jarche » Seen in passing

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Links for 2008-09-21 [del.icio.us]

Clark Quinn

Social Bookmarking in the Enterprise at MITRE - Knowledge Jolt with Jack Test your web design in different browsers - Browsershots.

Harold Jarche » NRC IRAP Workshop Follow-up Links

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top tools 2020

Harold Jarche

One change I have made is to use Pinboard for my social bookmarks. I have collected a few social bookmarks on distributed work in the process. Pinboard — Social bookmarks are a quick way for me to save a web page and find it easily.

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Harold Jarche » Blog Comment Tracking

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Harold Jarche » Moving from Furl to del.icio.us

Harold Jarche

Links for 2008-07-23 [del.icio.us]

Clark Quinn

Social Bookmarking For Enterprise Knowledge Management | Intelligent Agent. Martin De Saulles » SMEs and the Web - Executive Summary. SEOmoz | Beginner's Guide to SEO - Single Page Version. Brobst Systems - Ready-made Website Templates and Themes - Free Samples

the workflow of learning

Harold Jarche

In my own case, I collect (seek) information through my social networks and then collate them in my social bookmarks or my blog posts, especially my Friday’s Finds. I was asked today about my sensemaking routine. I try not to talk too much about how I do things because I believe that a practice — like personal knowledge mastery — has to be personal, or it will not last. But perhaps I can give some details to help others find there own way.

paying for online freedom

Harold Jarche

Back in 2007 I suggested that the first step to take in online sensemaking is to free your bookmarks. Social bookmarks reside online, not in your browser, so they can be accessed from multiple devices and easily shared. My own journey went from Furl, to Magnolia, to Delicious, and most recently to Diigo. Today I decided it was time to make another move — to Pinboard.

PKM Updated

Harold Jarche

Use Social Bookmarks (set them free). Review your bookmarks, Twitter favourites, etc. Connect via Twitter Share social bookmarks through groups & networks. Join Social Networks. Tweet Here are four main processes that can be used in developing critical thinking skills using web tools (click image to enlarge). Using a Seek-Sense-Share framework (à la personal knowledge management), pick one or more web platforms on which to practise critical thinking.

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PKM made simple

Harold Jarche

Identify people who share their knowledge on social media. Filter your online resources by marking the best in a social bookmark system like Diigo. Here is a simple, but by no means only, method of putting personal knowledge master y into practice. It is based on the seek > sense > share model. Use a feed aggregator to collect all your online news and information resources in one place. I would suggest Feedly or Inoreader.

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top tools 2019

Harold Jarche

Diigo : Social bookmarks are a quick way for me to save a web page and find it easily. 8: Slack : This social sharing platform, with activity streams, is a great way to stay connected and work in small groups. Since 2007 Jane Hart has asked working professionals for their top tools for learning — TopTools4Learning — and creates three lists from thousands of responses. Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning. Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning.

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Community lessons

Harold Jarche

Design for after the formal course, using tools like social bookmarks, so that artifacts can be used for reference or performance support. Tweet Here are some lessons I’ve learned about online learning communities that are developed in support of training and education: A loose-knit online learning community can scale to many participants and remain effective. Only a small percentage, ~ 10%, of members, will be active.

top tools for 2015

Harold Jarche

3 (3): Diigo: Social bookmarks are a quick way for me to save a web page and find it easily. Jane Hart compiles a list every year of the Top 10 Tools for learning. Voting closes on 18 September. Here are my top tools this year, with last year’s position shown in brackets. Please add yours! 10 (new): Netflix : I find I am watching a lot of documentaries on this popular video streaming service and I am learning a lot. The latest was a series on the American civil war.

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simply PKM

Harold Jarche

Successful people have diverse, but select professional social networks. knowledge & social learning. Share your learning with discretion at work, in your communities of practice, and with your social networks. Start with simple regular practices, like social bookmarks or following people with a certain expertise on Twitter. PKM = personal knowledge mastery. Why is PKM necessary? Most of us work with others. We cannot do everything alone.

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working smarter with pkm — transcripts

Harold Jarche

This collection system can be as simple as a notebook, or an online social bookmarking system, or the company intranet. I have a series of three 3-minute videos presenting the personal knowledge mastery framework. They are supported by the Working Smarter with PKM field guide.

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Social Media Workshop Notes

Harold Jarche

As promised, here are the follow-up notes & links from yesterday’s social media workshops in Miramichi. PKM social bookmarks. Social Media Marketing. The Social Media Business Plan. Personal Knowledge Management. All of my posts tagged PKM. Slide/Audio overview of PKM. Presentation slides (this is one large file of slides from both presentations). Related posts: Role of an online community manager. Books for small business: Trust Agents.

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2.0 is a philosophy, not a technology

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Social SharePoint 2010, eRoom/Documentum. Social Mentoring/ coaching. Social Websites? Social Books? Social Collaborative projects. Social Wikis. Social Blogs (written/ video). Social Micro-blogging. Social Social bookmarking, ranking/rating/tagging.

My Top 5 iOS Apps of the Week – Week #9

Luis Suarez

And this time around with a bit of everything as the themes would be Productivity, Social Curation, Social Bookmarking, Photography and, finally, Traveling. Refind : I have always been a huge fan of social bookmarking! Over the course of last few years I have been using a number of different social bookmarking tools like Dogear, Delicious, BlinkList, Ma.gonila, Diigo, Pinboard, Inoreader, etc.

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Top Tools for Learning

Harold Jarche

3 (3): Diigo : Social bookmarks are a quick way for me to save a web page and find it easily (Diigo allows me to do an auto backup to Delicious). Jane Hart compiles a list every year of what people find to be their best web tools for learning. Voting closes on 27 September. Here are my top tools this year, with last year’s position shown in brackets. 9 (new): Wikimedia Commons is a great source for copyright free images to use in presentations.

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top tools 2017

Harold Jarche

9: Slack : This social sharing platform, with activity streams, is a great way to stay connected and work in small groups and I am a member of two active Slack ‘communities of practice’: the essential space between work groups and social networks. 5: Diigo: Social bookmarks are a quick way for me to save a web page and find it easily. Jane Hart compiles a list every year of the Top 100 Tools for learning. This is the 11th year! Voting closes on 22 September 2017.

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Examples of eLearning 2.0

Clark Quinn

internal processes on wiki starting to use wikis internally Moving faculty bookmarks to Delicious use wiki for learners to craft definition of 'seamless service' after searching orgs that proclaim to provide seamless service We hope to build wikis that our students can use to share information. During my presentation last Thursday that was an introduction to eLearning 2.0 as part of an online event for the eLearningGuild, I mentioned a few common ways that I've seen eLearning 2.0

PKM in practice

Harold Jarche

I had a good library of social bookmarks on Diigo [I am shifting to Pinboard ]. In addition, as I was now attuned to my quest, I was able to serendipitously find more clues that came through my social media feeds. Another case where my PKM practice helped out was when I was asked to conduct research on “new trends in training in the context of the knowledge economy and the social web” for an online university. What is cognitive load?

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PKM as pre-curation

Harold Jarche

The act of writing a blog post, a tweet, or an annotation on a social bookmark all force you to think a bit more than clicking once and filing it to an automated system. Content curation is NOT the same as social sharing, reposting/retweeting, liking or favoring a specific content item. Sharing online makes it social so that I can learn with and from others. For example, I have 2,182 blog posts and 2,858 social bookmarks.

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Why PKM?

Harold Jarche

Over the past year, I collected articles on the subject and saved them to Diigo , a social bookmarking service. With a searchable knowledge base of thousands of blog posts and social bookmarks, all curated by me, I can see the value of PKM every day. Have you ever tried to find something you saw recently on the Net but don’t remember where you found it? On Twitter, I mark my favourites and review them every two weeks, with the best becoming Friday’s Finds.

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Learnstreaming and PKM

Harold Jarche

This is the basis of many blogs in our field and learnstreaming continues to expand with all the new applications such as micro-blogging, social bookmarks, and “life-streaming&# platforms like Posterous. Dennis Callahan has a most interesting Posterous site, called LearnStreaming.

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What tools should we learn?

Harold Jarche

Social Bookmarks. Perhaps the simplest way to start sharing organisational knowledge is with social bookmarks. Many people still have their list of Bookmarks/Favourites in their web browser, but when they’re not at their computer these links aren’t accessible. Enter the social bookmark. Social bookmarks are web sites that let you create an account in order to save web pages. Blogs also act as a type of social networking tool.

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What is your PKM routine?

Harold Jarche

I use social bookmarks a lot and will favorite on Twitter to create my Friday’s Finds. My review process is continuous, and as most long-time readers know, I will take an idea and continue to refine it over the years, as I have done recently with Industrial Disease which expanded on and updated a portion of Social Learning, Complexity and the Enterprise (2011). The most important aspect of PKM is that it is personal.

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professional learner’s toolkit

Harold Jarche

Curation Tools : My aggregator of choice is Feedly and I keep social bookmarks in Diigo. Social Networks : My preferred conversational and sharing network is Twitter. Jane Hart describes a Modern Professional Learner’s Toolkit as having several components: resources, networks, devices, etc. I have used Jane’s framework to look at my own practice.

a decade of finds

Harold Jarche

They add to my social bookmarks on Diigo. I started Friday’s Finds in May 2009 as an attempt to capture what I was finding on Twitter, as I had joined that platform in December 2007. I felt that I was making a lot of connections but at that time it was difficult to search and retrieve tweets. So I started curating weekly compilations. After a few years these became fortnightly and remain so. Next week marks 10 years of my Friday’s Finds.

TechKnowledge in Las Vegas

Tony Karrer

The sessions are on the use of Blogs and Social Bookmarking as part of Personal and Group Learning. I'll be doing several sessions at TechKnowledge in Las Vegas at the end of January. If you are going to the conference, let me know. It's always nice to meet in person. I just saw a post by Jay Cross that discusses possible discounts to TK2007 hotels

My Top Tools 2014

Harold Jarche

3 (3): Diigo: Social bookmarks are a quick way for me to save a web page and find it easily (Diigo allows me to auto-backup to Delicious ). Jane Hart compiles a list every year of the Top 10 Tools for learning. Voting closes on 21 September. Here are my top tools this year, with last year’s position shown in brackets. I have also annotated these tools as to what part of my PKM practice they connect with: SEEK > SENSE > SHARE.

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you are only as good as your network

Harold Jarche

This involved complex knowledge about information technology, organizational behaviour, knowledge management, and social media. I also checked my collections of social bookmarks and blog posts to see if I had come across anything useful in the past few years. I’ve worked as an organizational learning & performance consultant since 1998. Every year I get new challenges but usually I have something in my toolbox that fits the requirement.

Understanding social media

Harold Jarche

Tweet I have offered to give a course on understanding social media at the Tantramar Seniors College , consisting of four two-hour weekly sessions. ” Here are some potential topic areas: Social bookmarks – here are mine on social media. Introduction to social networking (see also social media in plain English video). Using social media for personal learning. Social media in business and privacy issues.