Your New BFF

Baumbach, Donna
January 2009
Florida Media Quarterly;Winter2009, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p9
The article provides information about social bookmarking tools, which is said to enable students to store, organize and share information from the web. According to the article, among the varied ways to use personalize them is to add tags and keywords and share them with a select group of individuals afterwards. In addition, it affirms that social bookmarks have been used by librarians to organize bookmarks, list web resources by subject area and comment on web resources.


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