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Graham Perrin

Pratiques du socialbookmarking dans le domaine de l'éducation…Vers de nouvell... - 7 views

  • Accès à la thèse Michèle Drechsler, Université de Metz
  • Pratiques du socialbookmarking dans le domaine de l’éducation…Vers de nouvelles modalités de formation
  • l’Université Paul Verlaine de Metz
  • ...13 more annotations...
  • les premières conclusions de ma recherche
  • Pratiques du socialbookmarking  dans le domaine de  l’éducation… Affordances sémantiques, socio-cognitives et formatives
  • Les ressources au cœur du métier d’enseignant et de la gestion des connaissances
  • Pour le questionnaire en ligne proposé aux enseignants-utilisateurs de Diigo, 200 réponses nous montrent que les ressources numériques n’ont pas remplacé le manuel à 100% et nous avons noté mais que leurs utilisations complètent majoritairement les manuels.
  • Des ressources éducatives vues comme des instruments
  • L’outil de socialbookmarking « Diigo » avec toutes ses fonctionnalités (commentaires, visualisation des utilisateurs d’une même ressource, découverte d’usages de la même ressource dans des contextes variés…), peut faciliter la mise en place d’ « un champ instrumental collectif »  qui permet de rendre compte a posteriori du degré d’utilisation de la ressource éducative et développer la professionnalisation des enseignants.
  • Intégration du triangle de la théorie de l’Activité d’Engentröm pour les pratiques du socialbookmarking (Michèle Drechsler, 2009)
  • Le socialbookmarking, une porte ouverte pour l’intelligence collective ?
  • Nous avons vu qu’avec l’outil Diigo, nous pouvons nous retrouver à l’intérieur d’un méta-réseau, les partenaires communautaires étant reliés comme « amis », appelés à se visiter et à se questionner à travers des environnements interconnectés de travail via les forums et les commentaires autour des usages des ressources.
  • Limites de notre étude
  • Notre échantillon est « restreint » si on prend en compte la présence de seulement 100 praticiens français qui utilisent l’outil Diigo pour l’éducation sur l’ensemble des enseignants français6 ou si on comptabilise l’effectif des six groupes « Diigo » choisis pour notre étude.
  • Michèle Drechsler
  • http://www.sudoc.abes.fr/DB=2.1/SET=7/TTL=1/CMD?ACT=SRCHA&IKT=1016&SRT=RLV&TRM=Mich%C3%A8le+Drechsler
Graham Perrin

YubNub.org: command list (ls): Diigo - 3 views

yc c

Alternative to the toolbar - User Commands Tag Diigo - 6 views

shared by yc c on 21 Nov 09 - Cached
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    I started using queri.ac not so long ago, was a yubnub.org fan, and still am a BIG fan, but the fact that all the commands you create must be public and that you can't delete them makes me very prudent. With queri.ac I can create as many as I want and keep them private (eg.: in case I've made a stupid mistake) PS: I still use yubnub though queriac (eg: like this one tr2 =) ... because yubnub is YUBNUB! The 1st and copied
Graham Perrin

Let Diigo Turn the Net into Your Notebook - FreelanceSwitch - 3 views

  • Tags, Lists and Groups
    • Graham Perrin
       
      … and networks in Diigo 4.0 beta
  • Conceptually with tags
  • Functionally with lists
  • ...8 more annotations...
  • to make sure I don’t lose important information
    • Graham Perrin
       
      … and to present things in a clean and ordered way
    • Graham Perrin
  • Socially with groups
    • Graham Perrin
       
      I find the network features of Diigo more social than groups.
  • RSS feeds: each tag, group and list has its own
  • increasingly social
  • receive a stream of useful content
    • Graham Perrin
       
      … and browse other people's networks (streams), and filter by tag, and more…
  • follow others with similar interests
  • Being Social
  • More comments at http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Ffreelanceswitch.com%2Fproductivity%2Flet-diigo-turn-the-net-into-your-notebook?tab=comment&gname=Diigo_HQ (a Diigo Meta view of this blog post, focusing on group annotations)
Graham Perrin

Diigo: the Ultimate Bookmarks Solution - The 2.0 Life - 2 views

  • Diigo: the Ultimate Bookmarks Solution
  • September 28, 2009
  • by David Pierce
  • ...32 more annotations...
  • a huge fan of Instapaper
  • for all my bookmarking and reading
  • the application I use most often
  • one of the 21 iPhone apps that make everything awesome
  • manage information
  • it’s losing the battle for my usership to Diigo
  • fantastic bookmarking service
  • an iPhone app from Diigo
  • wasn’t as good as Instapaper – until now
  • a new release that  might just blow all other information-managers
  • out of the water
  • that was all already available from Diigo – and I eventually left
  • why I’m switching back:
  • follow someone on Diigo
  • always been better
  • the usefulness of Twitter, without the inane
  • tap into a whole network of bookmarks
  • download bookmarks and read them offline
  • Diigo lets you archive an entire web page, and make it searchable
  • quick snapshots of how a site looked and felt, both in HTML and image format
  • easier to save, tag, and find bookmarks
  • Simpler interface
  • caseyallen 1 week ago
  • I won't use any service unless I can capture or retrieve in under two clicks
  • I spotted potential in them months and months ago
  • Diigo does that
  • reap the seeds
  • serve me quite nicely for years to come
  • Well done Diigo team
  • everythingsteve.com 6 days ago
  • it rocks
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Graham Perrin

Round Two and Version 4: Diigo | U Tech Tips - 3 views

  • Round Two
  • Version 4: Diigo
  • September 29, 2009 By Adrienne Michetti
  • ...27 more annotations...
  • first time ’round, I wasn’t convinced
  • now that Diigo’s been re-vamped — version 4.0, y’all — I may have to reconsider
  • Diigo’s very clear Tour
  • Is Diigo changing the landscape of tools for collaboration, research, and archiving?
  • Share and Collaborate (which sound similar to me, but I didn’t come up with the labels!)
  • Cross-posted at Pockets of Change
    • Graham Perrin
       
      No comments there at the time of reading.
  • networks in Diigo are like customized search engines driven by real people
    • Graham Perrin
       
      A nice interpretation.
  • passionate about learning, technology, music, writing, creativity, and her Mac
  • Tod Baker September 30, 2009
  • looks and works better
  • Yes, you should reconsider
  • Library
  • Adrienne Michetti is currently a full-time Masters student in NYU's Educational Communication and Technology program.
  • research and related thoughts
  • groups and classes features are great for sharing
  • EasyBlog feature organizes discussions clearly
  • accessible for review
    • Graham Perrin
       
      … but not searchable.
  • an essential tool platform
  • Adrienne Michetti September 30, 2009
  • I really like that you’ve labeled Diigo a platform
  • explore the networks further, as I haven’t spent enough time
  • things seem smoother now
  • new things here and there
  • I still have a sense that Diigo almost has too many bells and whistles
  • do I need an option to post to Twitter in every method of bookmarking?
  • Does the annotation option need to show up in two different toolbar buttons?
    • Graham Perrin
       
      I can't visualise that part of the UI but I agree strongly that multiple/repeat of features/content should be avoided.
  • hyper-aware of usability issue
Graham Perrin

Diigo Social Bookmarking Receives A Major 4.0 Upgrade - 10 views

  • Diigo Social Bookmarking Receives A Major 4.0 Upgrade
  • 09-28-2009
    • Graham Perrin
       
      September 28 2009
  • By : Corvida
  • ...14 more annotations...
  • up to par with new heavy hitters like Evernote and Instapaper
  • Bookmarking Enhancements
  • multiple “snapshots” or images of the same URL
  • over a period of time
  • using the diigolet this feature is not available
  • site search overall has improved greatly
  • Clean Redesign
  • more polished
  • nice glossy finish
  • wish more would be done with the typography
  • Lists Previously Diigo only sorted bookmarks by tags.
    • Graham Perrin
       
      Lists are not a new feature. Maybe the feature is easier to find and conceptualise since it is aligned with My Library.
  • Mobile Support
  • on your iPhone very soon!
  • Diigo Share Toolbar
    • Graham Perrin
       
      Is this a first impression of Diigo Meta? Interesting …
Graham Perrin

Diigo Adds More Research and Collaboration Features - 9 views

  • Diigo Adds More Research and Collaboration Features
  • September 29th, 2009
  • Charles Hamilton
  • ...30 more annotations...
  • When Mike reviewed
  • last year, he liked its simplicity, its connections with other services, and its wealth of features.
  • private or shared
  • no matter what a user wants, it’ll be there
  • users can now archive web pages from a particular point in time
  • highlighting in multiple colors
  • growing beyond social bookmarking
  • sizes of sticky notes
  • Links to the archived and annotated web pages can be shared
  • recipients don’t need any special software
  • Groups can be set up to comment, tag and collaborate on projects
  • still in beta
  • intuitive
  • educational accounts are available
  • an abbreviation for “Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff.”
  • Diigo is pronounced as “Dee’go.”
  • Diigo’s impressive feature list
  • indeed one of the best and fastest bookmark services
  • a really great update!
  • their innovation is a hair’s breadth now from being what I think they always wanted it to be
  • development is almost at the point where business and individuals alike can do research in ways never before thought of
  • the core tool could be refined
  • degree this version has done some of that
  • one of Web 2.0’s most successful and worthwhile startups
  • Phil Butler — 8:12 AM on September 30, 2009
  • found its update to be tremendously helpful, in terms of UX and focus
  • increases collaborative efforts
  • information management
  • robert bale — 10:33 AM on September 30, 2009
  • Herbert — 3:34 PM on September 29, 2009
  •  
    Nice comments from Phil Butler!
Graham Perrin

Why We Like Diigo - School Computing - 1 views

  • Diigo also supports my own metacognition as I come across web pages that have been annotated by my Diigo network
  • Contributors to this article: Demetri Orlando, Sarah Hanawald, Beth Ritter-Guth, Michèle Drechsler
  • strategies to encourage metacognition
  • ...72 more annotations...
  • History
    • Graham Perrin
       
      26 July 2009
  • Why We Like Diigo
  • use the web to research
  • as easily as if I were using a yellow highlighter and a red pen
  • mark up web pages
  • no longer need to copy
  • all digitally facilitated with the Diigo social bookmarking and annotating tool
  • shifted the way I read the world wide web
  • much more active
  • in the same way I use a paper textbook
  • scribble in the margins
  • "dog-ear" important pages
  • individually or collaboratively
  • highlight and comment as I go, building a path
  • snippets that I want to remember
  • return to what is important
  • information-processing is heightened
  • a greater level of usefulness
  • not tied to any one computer
  • private or public sticky notes
  • a powerful collaborative tool
  • message boards
  • automated email summaries
  • extract highlighted text from a set of web pages
  • create a personalized learning environment for any topic
  • "Extract Annotations"
  • replicating what I used to do on paper
  • all of those highlighted passages in one place
  • Diigo saves me a lot of this time
  • access many more sources of information
  • my ability to scan, organize, and absorb multiple sources of information is greatly increased
  • also see what others have highlighted or commented
  • when I search on Diigo the results are based on what my colleagues in the field have identified as important and relevant
  • Diigo is a tool that fosters collaboration and resource sharing
  • benefit from others' insight
  • faculty committees use Diigo
  • everyone on the committee has access to a growing set of shared links
  • such as ways we can build a more sustainable culture
  • helps to identify important segments
  • the more of an individual’s thoughts they include via the commenting tools, the better
    • Graham Perrin
       
      I agree.
  • thoughtful comments tied to specific portions of the text are more illuminating
  • localized comments
  • fruitful conversations
  • create your own groups for any purpose
  • feedback of other group members
  • discover new tools and content
  • When I was ready to collect
  • professional development interests of each teacher
  • exciting for me and my students
  • metacognition (thinking about thinking)
  • I used the Diigo for educators feature to set all the students up with an account that meets COPPA requirements
  • I had such a fun time
  • assess the students' work
  • really cool
  • like I was reading the stories along with each of them
  • kids used the tools built in to Diigo to demonstrate their use of the reading strategies that we've been practicing with paper text
  • showed their thinking
  • asking questions, reflecting, and analyzing the text by inserting these as comments
  • a powerful tool for supporting and scaffolding metacognition
  • deepens my thinking about the content
  • see how my colleagues have responded
  • my Diigo network
    • Graham Perrin
       
      :-)
  • Diigo also stores a "cached" version of each web page you visit
  • the best tool is one that meets all of our needs all of the time. We believe that Diigo is this tool.
  • Diigo can also be set to update other networks
  • Diigo is a powerful tool that is literally changing the way that we look at the web. It has gotten me excited about bookmarking again.
  • I subscribe to several "groups" on Diigo
  • Several people have collaboratively worked on this article
  • Demetri Orlando
  • Michèle Drechsler
  • Sarah Hanawald
  • Beth Ritter-Guth
  •  
    metacognition
Graham Perrin

Academic Productivity » Diigo - Web Highlighter and Sticky Notes, a deliciou... - 2 views

  • by jose
  • Sometimes I bookmarked a site, but when returning to it I don’t see the part that interested me.
  • This problem has been solved by diigo.
  • ...18 more annotations...
  • after finding Diigo, I cannot understand how delicious lost their competitive advantage
  • Diigo is a killer app
  • In my experience, what makes diigo better?
  • Posts are Private by default
    • Graham Perrin
       
      Bookmarks always default to public (not private) in Diigolet 3.1b572. Beware!
  • community features
  • Diigo enables you to drop your comment exactly where it is relevant
  • I’ve never seen an entrance in a monopolized market (social bookmarking) with this strength and resolution.
  • Diigo is very impressive
  • my bookmarking tool of choice
  • March 29th, 2009
  • really impressed
  • replaced Delicious in my workflow
  • I also post links to Delicious through Diigo
  • Our next release with even more great enhancements is forthcoming. Stay tuned!
  • active community involvement / policing is very helpful
  • brainstorming with my IT group
  • solution for an eportfolio
  • this app is perfect for what we want to do. Thanks!
Graham Perrin

An evaluation of using Diigo.com with students « Andywhiteway's Blog - 0 views

  • An evaluation of using Diigo.com with students
  • by andywhiteway
  • May 15, 2009
  • ...45 more annotations...
  • Diigo – its effect on me
  • many fantastic links from the diigo in education group
  • reccomend all teachers with an interest in using web2.0 in their teaching to join this group
  • Tips/Tricks/Pitfalls
  • My students were A-Level
  • reasonably mature (16/17)
  • I was on hand to support in a very intensive way
  • the group was small (about 9)
  • things that you should absolutely do to make sure students use diigo properly
  • select the drop down menu
  • as soon as they start writing a note
  • decide if the content they are writing is to be shared
  • find the group you have assigned them to belong to and select that.
  • Highlighting is fiddly
    • Graham Perrin
       
      I find that highlighting with Diigolet (with Safari in Mac OS X) feels better than with installed versions of Diigo.
  • Keep the diigo homepage open
  • open a seperate browser or tab
  • Making use of your group’
  • favourite
  • review the annotations we’ve all made
  • a good plenary
  • or start to the next lesson
  • challenging those sticky note annotations also increases their value
  • Moderating those pesky post-it notes
  • Where next for diigo?
  • I was new to the whole social bookmarking thing
  • more potential for taking the links found further
  • more usability in the forum
  • plus the ability to easily add in some tricksy multimedia
  • a stranded approach to posts
  • confusing
  • use diigo in interesting ways
  • deeper learning
  • Final thoughts
  • use it with much younger students
  • easily create accounts for students
  • don’t need a long list of their email addresses
  • most impressed by how much diigo enabled students to vocalise their thoughts
  • security and space
  • without feeling pressured
  • others (particularly in different subjects), might discover interesting and different ways of using it
  • This in turn will lead to more ideas for everyone involved.
  • Conceptually diigo addresses some big problems
  • put simply it enskills them to use the internet in an open way
  • debates
  • things randing from validity of information to building collective knowledge as a group
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