See my Diigo bookmarks for sources about instructional technology and social media for the Net Generation Peg Meyers' Diigo Bookmarks
I would use social bookmarking, such as Diigo, to organize resources for myself around a given topic, such as instructional technology or online learning communities. This might also be a good way to compile resources for a group doing research, because as each person finds a new/useful link, he/she can add it here for all to access.
I think, however, I need to build in technologies slowly, not only for my own sanity, but also as one of the articles in my Diigo bookmarks suggests: … social media’s integration into the online classroom may also have disadvantages. Students can become involved with so many social media platforms “that it becomes difficult as a consumer to manage all of the tools available,” Menchaca says. [Social Media Gains Momentum in Online Education]