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Graham Perrin

Next phase Diigo - the future - 462 views

> To provoke thought, in no particular order: > * System Services (interapplication communication on Mac OS X) That one is spun off to Mac OS X: System Services: provider services in ...

wishlist suggestion review gpd4

Graham Perrin

public and private highlights, and public/private/group stickies and publics - 67 views

@ David Is Diigo 4.0 beta more intuitive? I have not paid great attention to wording but I suspect that there are improvements to (at least) the descriptions of highlights. Less confusion between ...

help gpd4

Graham Perrin

group view of annotations excludes annotations that are public - 74 views

Progress Group meta views include public publics. Hindrance The route from your groups to Diigo Meta is given only after you sign out from Diigo. Considerations Care to not confuse the viewe...

review group TTW GUI annotations public suggestion gpd4

Graham Perrin

workflow: all annotations: public, private and group publics and notes - 24 views

Highlights from http://groups.diigo.com/Diigo_HQ/forum/topic/47268#11 : > Following that initial copy (to groups): > > * additional highlights and stuck notes will be copied to each of the group...

FAQ workflow sticky stuck note highlight annotation group public gpd4

started by Graham Perrin on 18 Jul 09 no follow-up yet
Graham Perrin

private comments - 61 views

Hi Joel Apologies for my deep frustration. The underlying issue to many problems (not just private comments) is the complete lack of interface to comments in tools such as Diigolet. Regression: ...

gpd4

Graham Perrin

Various Diigo tools make it impossible to read or add to group comments - 61 views

In response to Joel's post at http://groups.diigo.com/group/Diigo_HQ/content/2901021#7 re: description as a possible workaround to Diigo interface problems View Sam Richards: A radical experiment...

bug regression gpd4 Diigolet 5.0b2

Graham Perrin

Sticky notes on highlights can't be public alongside public publics - 28 views

Graham Perrin wrote: > Workaround > > Use an alternative view of the bookmark to stick the note. When the workaround is used, it becomes impossible to use Diigolet 3.1b541 to...

sticky note public bug gpd4

Graham Perrin

deleting a bookmark does not delete bookmark bookmarks - 10 views

Example At http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fidenti.ca%2Fconversation%2F13911?tab=bookmark&uname=grahamperrin if you stop loading before the redirect occurs (not the best example), you'll ...

bookmark delete public page comment orphan gpd4

started by Graham Perrin on 13 Oct 09 no follow-up yet
Graham Perrin

For a recent Annotated Link: 'Sorry, the page you requested was not found. redirecting ... - 274 views

http://www.diigo.com/annotated/b7f8d4017bcf149ddb2c8fefdcda4981 and some others above now work. I'm not reviewing this topic in detail, let's assume that it's fixed. Tag: resolved Many thanks...

bug resolved TTW gpd4

Graham Perrin

full-text search of Diigo-cached content - 106 views

Side notes 1. If issues are found when this topic is reviewed, consider http://groups.diigo.com/group/Diigo_HQ/content/974283#2 in which the cache of a supposedly crawled page is not presented. 2...

review 20091008 groups.diigo.com cache search syntax help bug gpd4

Graham Perrin

Comments added via someone else's Comments are counted but missing/invisible - 9 views

Workaround After adding comments, save the comment. Results of workaround http://www.diigo.com/comment/https%3A%2F%2Fconfluence.workday.com%2Fcomments%2Fviewcomment.action%3FcommentId%3D24639034 reveal...

comment public library missing invisible bug gpd4

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

Share my existing annotations: share to two groups: some annotations are not shared - 15 views

Example http://groups.diigo.com/Web2/bookmark/tag/Diigo+45731 is OK. http://groups.diigo.com/web2tools/bookmark/tag/Diigo+45731 (the second group to which I shared) did not gain the bookmark bookmark....

groups.diigo.com share annotate bug gpd4

Scott Linford

Diigo, API, RDF, semantic web - 114 views

Me too. Diigo, please make semantic markup painless... somehow. Yes, I know painless is torture for the developer. I'd help code if you'd let me. Brain storming (or just possible cerebral flatulen...

API semantic RDF suggestion wish gpd4 application programming interface spam (electronic)

Graham Perrin

annnotated link shows none of my annotations - 36 views

http://www.diigo.com/04olz is intended to show my highlights and my inline comments. I realised that anonymous viewers of the annotated link saw only my highlights: * my group-shared sticky note...

get annotated link www.diigo.com public anonymous bug gpd4

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