I’ve created a new del.icio.us tag and am inviting you all to use it. The Teaching with Web 2.0 tag, or tww2.0, is for all resources that…well…are useful for teaching with Web 2.0. I’ve refrained from calling it e-Learning 2.0 because it’s not clear to me that using Web 2.0 tools necessarily means that you’re […]
I’m putting together a “Teaching with Web 2.0” talk and cookbook and I’m looking for tutorials on how to use del.icio.us–preferably something basic that can walk technology-timid faculty through the steps of setting up an account, installing the bookmarklet, tagging pages, finding pages tagged by other people, etc. Anybody know of anything like that? The […]
I admit it: Much as del.icio.us has intrigued me, I could never quite figure out how to use the darned thing. Lucky for me, Eric Feinblatt turned me on to a screencast on the topic by John Udell. If you’re like me and you haven’t quite been able to get into del.icio.us, then check out […]
I’ve been meaning to blog about fac.etio.us but Alan beat me to it. Basically, facetious allows you to create what amounts to a pivot table out of folksonomy-tagged web pages. This is a better solution than creating faceted single tags (e.g., “arthistory:france”) that I made a while back because (a) it’s simpler, and (b) it […]
Alan Levine has posted an account of how a chemistry teacher is using del.icio.us tags to have her students gather related resources for her chemistry class. This is directly relevant to a recent conversation here on e-Literate. Good stuff.