The 'Social bookmarking' feature provides you with an easy way to save links you want to remember or share with colleagues. Depending on which social bookmarking or networking site you use, the bookmarks can be saved either:
- so that they can be shared only within a particular community or group
- or so that they are available to all members of a particular network
The services Cambridge currently supports include: Del.icio.us, Connotea, Bibsonomy, Furl, Digg, Reddit, Facebook and Twitter.
You can create bookmarks to:
- particular journals by going to the journal homepage
- particular issues by going to the table of contents page
- individual articles by going to the article abstract or the HTML version of the article
Bookmark & Share
To share or save a bookmark to a particular journal or issue, go to the journal's homepage or the relevant table of contents. On the left-hand side of the page you will see an expandable/collapsible 'Bookmark & Share This Journal' menu listing a number of social bookmarking and networking sites. If you have already registered with one of these sites, all you need to do is click on the link of the site you belong to and the journal will automatically be bookmarked to that site. If you are not already logged into the site, it will ask you to do so before your bookmark is uploaded.
Similarly, you can share or save a bookmark to a particular article by going to the article's abstract or, if you have access to the full text of the journal, by going to the PDF or HTML version. In each case, you will see the 'Bookmark & Share This Article' menu down the left-hand side of the page.
As well as being easily able to share information about Cambridge Journals via Twitter, in some cases you can also follow particular journals on Twitter. If this is the case, you will see a large 'Follow This Journal on Twitter' button on the journal's homepage.