Depending on the options your library offers, you may be able to share bookmarks to titles and participate in ratings and reviews.
Social bookmarking is a method for Internet users to share, organize, search, and manage bookmarks of Web resources. Your library may allow you to share bookmarks to titles in your search results on over 200 sites that support social bookmarking, such as Facebook™, Twitter™, and Digg™. When someone clicks the link on your social network site, a search for the title is launched in the library catalog. If your library provides this feature, you can see Share features when you hover the cursor over a book jacket image in your initial search results. The same features are available in the full display for a title.
Your library may provide reader ratings and reviews for titles in your search results. Ratings and a link for reviews are displayed beside the title information in your search results. Click the review link and follow the instructions to read or write reviews.