Delicious Subject Guides: Maintaining Subject Guides Using a Social Bookmarking Site

http://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/perj/article/view/328/1375

Too bad the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research articles don’t allow comments, or I would have added “Great idea, and if you combine it with the Google Custom Search engine API like we did on the Free Learning site, you can also turn these ‘subject guides’ into constrained search engines.” But alas, journals are just so one way… – SWL

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Delicious Subject Guides: Maintaining Subject Guides Using a Social Bookmarking Site

4 thoughts on “Delicious Subject Guides: Maintaining Subject Guides Using a Social Bookmarking Site

  1. Paul, thanks for that, sorry it got stuck in moderation. Glad you got them to turn it on, would give them a 2/10 for obviousness in placing the comment link (as I expect their comment stats would show).

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