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This study explored students' information sorting ability and problem-solving ability on the effect of using classified Social Bookmarking of network knowledge. A quasi-experimental research design was conducted in a medium elementary school in northern Taiwan. The results show there was a positive effect on information sorting ability and problem-solving ability. It also implies that students built an information organizing model by using classified Social Bookmarking of network knowledge to assist project-based inquiry learning. The internalized model starts from information needs, clarifying main topic, searching keywords, browsing, selecting, reading, searching for solutions, tags recording as bookmarks, classifying, and uploading to share.