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Mina Thompson

Three Uses of Diigo in the History and Language Arts Classroom | Beyond School - 83 views

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    Using diigo for classroom instruction
Kathy Malsbenden

Social Bookmarking 2.0: Research, Share and Collaborate Online Using Diigo - Jason Rhod... - 47 views

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    Do you struggle to keep track of all your favorite Web sites and other online resources? Would you like to share the links to your favorite online resources with your colleagues or students? Using Diigo, you can both easily bookmark your favorite online resources in the cloud and annotate, share, and collaborate in new ways! This hands-on session will introduce the Diigo collaborative research tool and explore several practical applications for implementing collaborative resource sharing in the classroom.
Maggie Tsai

Social Bookmarking in Education with Diigo - 66 views

    • Larry Crosswell
       
      see, highlights AND sticky notes!
    • Mr. Gourley
       
      My class is learning about Diigo now. They are enjoying it so far.
  • Diigo lets you do more than just bookmark web pages online. For instance, if you install the Diigo toolbar, or toolbar button, you have the ability to highlight text and pictures in a variety of colors, or add sticky notes to a bookmarked page.
    • Mary Maderich
       
      This is so awesome.  Powerful and free!!
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  • The real bonus of using social bookmarking with your class is the ease that you can work on project based learning tasks. Teachers can share annotated bookmarks with a class to research a given topic. Students can perform their own research, and share a useful website with the class. Bookmarks can be accessed just as easily at home, as at school, and online discussions can be had over the merit of a suggested site, or its usefulness to the class project.
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    Voici un site intéressant sur l'utilisation de Diigo en enseignement
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    Social bookmarking in education is a new and exciting opportunity for teachers and students to connect and collaborate online. Using Diigo Educator accounts is one of the best ways to achieve this.\n\nRead more: http://www.brighthub.com/education/k-12/articles/62228.aspx#ixzz0uRC5IDei
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Larry Crosswell

Collaboration using diigo | Technology Chatter - 32 views

    • Larry Crosswell
       
      The tutorial needs to be downloaded at home to get it to work in a CCSD school
Tracy Tuten

Preparing to use Diigo « social media in education - 121 views

    • Tracy Tuten
       
      May need to ask Matt Long how to do this
    • Invite students using their University e-mail addresses; also invite the course administrator and another tutor (so that the Diigo work doesn’t get lost if you fall ill).
    • Create a link from Diigo to the VLE (using the HTML code that Diigo provides) so that updates are posted to the VLE (I got the idea of using widgets found in Mason and Rennie’s on E-learning and Social Networking Handbook, 2008:83) – and possible show your Diigo ‘education pioneer’ badge too… ;-) See the screenshot from my Blackboard VLE below.
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    Checklist for using Diigo in education.
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    Blog post on using Diigo with one's class and linking Diigo to Blackboard
Maggie Tsai

Project: Getting started with Diigo social bookmarking - a checklist | ESCalate - 65 views

  • 1. Request an educator's upgrade for Diigo; this will allow you to create private student groups that cannot be found by public search engines
    2. Use Diigo to invite students to join the group; follow up with emails as necessary
    3. Refer students to online videos on social bookmarking, to make sure that students understand what social bookmarking involves.
    4. Seed the group with some example texts, including comments and annotations, so that students understand your expectations.
    5. Ask students to practice, to find out what issues they might have.
    6. Give feedback on early attempts, to reassure students they are on the right tracks.
Kim Vivaldi

Getting Started Ed acct - diigo help - 71 views

  • Group members as friends - You as the teacher has the option to automatically make all students in the same class group as friends with one another on Diigo so they can easily communicate with each other. This is especially needed since student accounts have been pre-set to only allow messages from friends only.
    • Mayra Faddul
       
      students as friends in the same gropu
  • entering their names or uploading an entire class roaster at once
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RvAkTuL02A
    • Kim Vivaldi
       
      you tube video
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  • Input your students’ names, and we’ll automatically create usernames & passwords for them
    • Tina Short
       
      Teachers must apply for an account. (You my have to use your Diigo email address to be approved.)
  • Apply for an Educator Account 
  • Email Notification
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    Sset up your educators Diigo account to use in your classes.
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    What happen if student has his/her own Diigo account. Can the group be moved to the student's personal Diigo account?
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    Instructions on setting up the teacher account and group accounts
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    Instructions on setting up the teacher account and group accounts
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    Instructions on setting up the teacher account and group accounts
Heather Ciccone

Educational technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 37 views

  • Connectivism

    Connectivism is "a learning theory for the digital age," and has been developed by George Siemens and Stephen Downes based on their analysis of the limitations of behaviourism, cognitivism and constructivism to explain the effect technology has had on how we live, how we communicate, and how we learn. Donald G. Perrin, Executive Editor of the International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning says the theory "combines relevant elements of many learning theories, social structures, and technology to create a powerful theoretical construct for learning in the digital age."

joshua sneideman

FAQ - diigo help - 44 views

shared by joshua sneideman on 11 Jan 10 - Cached
  • effectively utilize the vast array of information that resides on the internet and who are capable of processing the information collaboratively
  • superior to traditional classroom teaching alone
    • tariqy
       
      Important quote
  • skills
    • Sheri Stahler
       
      How to write comments directly on web pages and how to use easyblogs
    • toni holmberg
       
      Is there a way to disallow students from joining other groups. My students are young and I would rather have them just interacting with me and each other.
    • Vicki Davis
       
      Toni, you should set them up in the teacher console without a full profile.
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  • finding,
  • organizing
  • synthesizing
  • presenting information
  • facilitate online conversations within the context of the materials themselves. 
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    The more I work with this tool the more I love it. This tells you how to set up student accounts even if your students don't have email.
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    Diigo's page for using it in education.
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