Social bookmarking

We are seeking an Editor to maintain the Delicious account.  If you are interested, please contact Amalia Levi (amaliasl[at]gmail.com).

The Web enables institutions, groups of people, and individuals to provide access to digitized material that otherwise would remain hidden or out of reach. Such material helps us expand our understanding of the Sephardi and Mizrahi world, include diverse sources into our scholarship and teaching, and ask new questions.

Bookmarking such interesting projects makes it easy to find them later. We have created an account for our Caucus through the “Delicious” social bookmarking service, where we have collected a range of interesting applications, online projects, websites, and collections that we think will be of interest to our members.

Visit the Caucus’ Delicious account and let us know what you think. Using the service is simple: Once you are in our Delicious account, browse all the projects, or choose a tag that interests you in the site’s right hand-side navigation bar. This is a work in progress and it is being constantly updated as we encounter new projects and applications.

You can use Delicious in three ways:

1) You can simply use it to browse interesting websites and updates. The Caucus’ Delicious account is public and open to everyone.

2) You can become contributor. Any time you see something interesting or something you like, you can add it to the collection yourself (this is a very easy process, literally with the click of a button). Contact Amalia Levi at amaliasl [at] gmail.com for an invitation to join.

3) If you are not interested in becoming a contributor, but you see something and you want to have it added, send your suggestions to Amalia at the e-mail address above.

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