- Social Bookmarking on the Learning Commons
- The Learning Commons easily explains how social bookmarking can be an effective study tool.
- It's Delicious! Social Bookmarking for Grant Facilitators
- Introducing Web 2.0: Social Networking and Social Bookmarking for Health Librarians
- Article by Eugene Barsky, UBC Library and Michelle Purdon, Fraser Health Library, published in the Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association
- Social and Folksonomic Tagging
- Wiki page from the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies explaining the tagging
- 7 Things You Should Know About Social Bookmarking by the EDUCause Learning Initiative
- Social Bookmarking in Plain English
- Video by Commoncraft that explains how social bookmarking works using simple animations
- Social Bookmarking and Annotating
- Excellent wiki page with information on how Diigo is used both as a social bookmarking and an annotation tool.
- Social Bookmarking Tools
- Provides different ideas on how you can use social bookmarking in class, including examples in the K-12 environment.