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Graham Perrin

Lists (Diigo V3 Help) - 30 views

  • Diigo V3
    • Graham Perrin
  • Lists
    • Graham Perrin
      Help for Diigo 4.0 beta does not include lists.
  • a great way to organize
    • Graham Perrin
      In my experience, a list is not the best way to organise things in Diigo.

      In Diigo 4.0 beta: the focus is on personal libraries, networks and groups. In each of these areas, tag-related features are improved.
    • Graham Perrin
      Further thought:
      a Diigo list can be good for things that are already organised,
      but I wouldn't use a list as a step towards organisation.
    In addition to tags, and better than folders, "List" is a great way to organize, share and display specific collections of bookmarks. Once you add bookmarks to your list, you can easily drag and drop items to arrange the order in any sequence that you'd like to present. Best of all, once you create a list, when you click the button, you can browse, play and annotate any list of URLs as a slide show!

    It's great for content browsing, sharing, and creating unique presentations based on web content
Graham Perrin

Reflections on the first SHEEN Sharing Diigo Training Day « SHEEN Sharing - 0 views

  • SHEEN Sharing
    • Graham Perrin
      The Scottish Employability Co-ordinators' Network

      The SHEEN Employability Co-ordinators' Network (ECN) use this blog for sharing, disseminating and discussing project documents and activities with everyone interested in promoting employability for students in higher education.
  • Diigo training day
  • recommending Diigo as the tool of choice
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  • for the Scottish Employability Co-ordinators’ Network
  • try a new tool
  • very close to meeting all of the ECN’s requirements
  • Getting started on Diigo: a community of practice in miniature
  • James (Robert Gordon University) ended up practically training Joy (Aberdeen University) under my nose
  • true community of practice
  • installed the Diigo Toolbar and pretty much taught himself
  • Diigo’s goodness
  • get Diigo user accounts and import their bookmarks
  • worked out for himself
  • imported her Delicious bookmarks (with tags intact)
  • preparation for the training
  • installed the Diigo Toolbar without realising she’d done it. It’s that quick and easy
  • University computer labs not the best places for Web 2.0 training sessions?
  • computer lab PCs, on which they couldn’t have the Diigo Toolbar installed
  • get through everything I’d wanted to cover in two hours
  • getting quick help from Diigo
  • get Joy up to speed right there in the session, even though she hadn’t had time to do any prep
  • Tweeting @diigo for help
  • they responded really quickly
  • impressive and comforting to see how on-the-ball they were
  • Sharing student experiences via Diigo Webslides
  • encourage students to share case studies of their work placement experiences
  • a live Web slideshow of links you have bookmarked
  • using Diigo’s Lists and Webslides
  • showcase
  • publish a Webslides List slideshow to many and varied places
  • Webslides shows for different subject and discipline areas
  • Careers site,
  • using the Diigo Groups feature to start an ECN discussion
  • collecting and disseminating student experiences
  • A SHEEN Sharing case study for Diigo?
  • a case study of our use of Diigo in SHEEN Sharing
  • more confident now
  • June 29, 2009
Graham Perrin

Delete Diigo lists for Greasemonkey - 5 views

    Thanks to Diigo user Tim McCormack for contributing this script!
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