Social bookmarking is a great way to save interesting articles you find online. And, because they're stored on the web, they're easily accessible from any platform with an internet connection.
For trainers, presenters and workshop providers, social bookmarking is also a great tool for research in preparation for your teaching sessions. And, if you use certain bookmark-organization features, like Lists and Tags, you can easily create "online Takeaways" for your next training program or workshop. This video shows how to do that using the social bookmarking web site, Diigo.
Note: In the video, I referenced a couple of articles that inspired this video. I promised to list them in this post. You can find them below, along with a link to the list I created in the video. It's also the same list I now create as "takeaways" for any social media-related training sessions and workshops.
- Amber Naslund's article, "10 Ways to Share Helpful Content In Social Media".
- IBM's blogging guidelines.
- Telstra's eLearning program for social media policies and guidelines.
- Finally, here's my ever-changing list of takeaways for social media trainers.
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