Social Bookmarking

Cube for Teachers is a new web tool. Teachers create a free profile to share a list of bookmarks with other teachers.

Learn Cube For Teachers

(more of an overview than a tutorial)

Just like the built-in bookmarks manager on your web browser, Draggo is also meant to help you save, organize and share your links. It’s also a web app so there’s no need for you to download or install any third-party software or program. All you need is to create a free Draggo account and that’s it. You will be given a personal URL or address where you can access your online dashboard.

Your online dashboard is where you can save or bookmark your favorite links, websites and blogs. You can even sort out your bookmarks by type, category or tab.

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StumbleUpon can be a great site to organize your favorite bookmarks, although it isn’t quite as advanced as Delicious in organization. You can easily save items by giving them the thumbs-up using the “I like it” buttons on the StumbleUpon toolbars for Firefox or Chrome.

Learn StumbleUpon