Online Resource Management Tools

or “Building your own collaborative online information tracking system using push technologies”

Jump to your collections.

Cite-u-like [http://www.citeulike.org/]

CiteULike is a free service to help you to store, organise and share the scholarly papers you are reading. When you see a paper on the web that interests you, you can click one button and have it added to your personal library. CiteULike automatically extracts the citation details, so there’s no need to type them in yourself. It all works from within your web browser so there’s no need to install any software. Because your library is stored on the server, you can access it from any computer with an Internet connection.

Diigo [http://diigo.com/]

Diigo aims to dramatically improve your online productivity.   Building upon the strengths of award-winning Diigo V4, widely regarded as one of the best and most popular social bookmarking, web annotation, collaborative research services,  Diigo V5.0 has added additional data types (screenshots, pictures, notes, etc) and platform support, such as Chrome, Android, iPad, iPhone, etc.  With Version 5.0, Diigo moves one step further towards its vision of providing the best cloud-based  personal information management (PIM) service that enables users to collect, highlight, access and share a variety of information, on a variety of devices.

Our Diigo Group [http://groups.diigo.com/group/peer2010]

RSS Reader [http://reader.google.com/]

Have trouble keeping up with the sites you visit? Read them in one place with Google Reader, where keeping up with your favorite websites is as easy as checking your email. Stay up to date: Google Reader constantly checks your favorite news sites and blogs for new content. Share with your friends: Use Google Reader’s built-in public page to easily share interesting items with your friends and family. Use it anywhere, for free: Google Reader is totally free and works in most modern browsers, without any software to install.

RSS in Plain English [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0klgLsSxGsU]

Feeds

NCBI/PubMed [http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/disted/pubmedtutorial/040_060.html] Part of the “PubMed Tutorial”, the Web-based learning program that will show you how to search PubMed®, the National Library of Medicine (NLM®) journal literature search system.

Blogs [http://technorati.com/] The leading blog search engine, Technorati.com indexes millions of blog posts in real time and surfaces them in seconds.

Google Alerts [http://www.google.com/alerts] Google Alerts are email updates of the latest relevant Google results (web, news, etc.) based on your choice of query or topic.

Journals and popular science outlets – just a few examples

Science [http://www.sciencemag.org/rss/]

Nature [http://www.nature.com/nature/newsfeeds.html]

New York Times Science Section [http://www.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/index.html]

Science News [http://www.sciencenews.org/view/page/id/45/title/syndication]

Make a blog posting to the PEER 2010 Workshop page [http://bioquest.org/peer2010/]

Blogs in Plain English [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NN2I1pWXjXI]

Login to WordPress [http://bioquest.org/peer2010/wp-login.php]

Create a new post and share: [http://bioquest.org/peer2010/wp-admin/post-new.php]

Intro to yourself (professional only)

Statement of research area you built your “collaborative online information tracking system” around

Links to the resources you created:

Cite-u-like

Diigo

Google reader

You can also try pushing you information to a web site in the Online Resource Management Sandbox.

Here is the collection of posts that you created

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