To learn a bit more about social bookmarking, let's go on a “treasure hunt”. Try out one or more of these activities and see what "treasure" we can discover!

-Search for digital photography websites to add to our new digital photography for early educators wiki page. Visit one or more of these social bookmarking sites, delicious, diigo, furl and put digital photography in the search field for that site. If you find some excellent websites that others in the group might enjoy, you can add them to the new digital photography wiki page, links section…

-Search the website using the term techchildren. Find a website that interests you and click on the words that show how many others have bookmarked that site. Click on one of the users and check out their delicious links.

-Sign up for an account at and add buttons to your bookmark bar to make it easy to save, tag and organize website links. Check out the Help menu for more ideas on how to get started, import bookmarks and use the delicious social bookmarking site.

How can early educators use social bookmarking in their work? Let's share ideas...

Do you use a social bookmarking site? Which one do you use? How do you use it? What features does it have that you enjoy? Let's share information here..

How about a "community service project ", using the delicious social bookmarking site, and tags, to help search for websites for our NAEYC Technology and Young Children Interest Forum. We hope you will get involved!!!