Social bookmarking is a practice of bookmarking web content and sharing that link with others. To share these links, users save their bookmarks to a web service that then aggregates commonly-tagged bookmarks into publicly accessible lists. Tags are descriptive words that a person uses to describe a link when saving it to to the service.
The new design of Marquette.edu makes it convenient for you to bookmark content to one of five leading services:
To bookmark a page using one of the services above, you must have an account with the service. Siging up for a new account is usually quick and most services are free. If you have a Google or Yahoo email account, you may start using each respective service using your email account username and password.*
*Please note that Marquette has no affiliation with any of the above services and can not provide technical support for using their products.