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Ross Davis

Video library - 42 views

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    These videos will provide you with guidance and ideas utilizing Diigo.
    Thanks, it important and quite useful to get help for such an important tool as Diigo via a video library. I like the collection in one handy place.
Brian Davis

Chrome for iOS: Send A Webpage Back To Safari Via Bookmarklet - MacStories - 9 views

  •'ichromy://http'+location.href.substring(4)); This is how I made the chrome bookmarklet for Diigo. This is my first functional bookmarklet hack!
Katrina Lehman

13 Reasons Teachers Should Use Diigo - 153 views

    Diigo stands for "Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff." It is a social bookmarking program that allows you to save your 'favorites' online, so that they can be accessible from any computer with an internet connection. However, Diigo does much more than this.
Michelle Kassorla

A Primer for EdTech: Tools for K-12 and Higher Ed. Teachers - 72 views

    A practical approach to technology integration in the classroom including how to build a PLN (Yes, I mention Diigo in Education!) :)
Beverly Ozburn

Organize Your Information in Diigo - 176 views

    Good walkthrough for people who are new to Diigo. Provides explanation of it's benefits and instructions for getting started.
    Great article for getting started using Diigo
Maggie Tsai

The new Diigo is a major improvement | technology - 68 views

  • The default (see the M?) is called “Meta Search,” which locates search terms both in post titles and annotations. It’s so good that I made the big decision to get rid of tags altogether. Tags weren’t helping me organize my clips very well, and I figure that I can use Diigo lists if I want to curate and save a “best-of” collection. If you don’t like the Meta Search, you can also search by tags or by full text (if you have Diigo Premium.)
  • Diigo has also improved its already-excellent Chrome extension. Seriously, this is one of the most useful extensions out there. Here are some of its features: Save a webpage to Diigo, Annotate a page, Save the page to read later (I prefer Pocket), Take a screenshot (genius), Share the page via Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Gmail, or an annotated link. I can’t say enough good things about the extension. No other service allows you to annotate the Internet as smoothly as Diigo does. Once you start highlighting or taking notes, up comes the “Annotation Toolbar,” which lets you change the highlight color and write a sticky note. Or you can reorganize the clip by changing the title, adding tags, and sharing to a list or a group.

High Techpectations: Get Googley in Education - The Latest Resources from Diigo (weekly) - 41 views

    Get Googley in Education - The Latest Resources from Diigo (weekly): - 32 Tips For Using…
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