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Darren Jones

HELP. Trying to figure out how to use Diigo in my class. - 54 views

Hi Joshua, I think it's because my sticky note was private. For some reason my Diigolet wouldn't let me add a public one, but if you are able to make your one public that should do it. Hopefully!

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thepatriot - Discover Yourself! - 25 views

    Keep, share, and discover the best of the Web using Delicious, the world's leading social bookmarking service.
    I find it ironic that this is shared on Diigo as "the world's leading social bookmarking service." Audience?
    Diigo is better!
Elizabeth Pierce-Fortin

8 Great Sites for Reluctant Writers « Ed Tech Ideas - 138 views

    Great resource. Thanks.
Brandon Raymo

The Power of Educational Technology: A Spreadsheet of Educators on Twitter - 3 views

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      Awesome Idea!
    This link is super duper out dated..... anything from 2008 about Twitter should not be in the mix
Wayne Holly

The 350 Best Education Resources Chosen By You | Edudemic - 152 views

    The problem with this list is half of them are self nominated and sites that are locked to requesting membership I'm order to eliminate spammers are excluded from entering awards. My group and site Technology Integration in Education had maybe 15000 followers when you include Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, and its own site and has been nominated a few years on a row but never gets the nod because it is not an open site.
Liz Eckert

PhotoPin - Free Photos for Bloggers via Creative Commons - 199 views

    Photo Pin is a new website offering images that can be re-used for blog entries, video productions, slideshows, and print media. Photo Pin uses a combination of Flickr's API for Creative Commons search and Fotolia's image library to serve-up royalty-free images. The search results page on Photo Pin clearly delineates between images that are free to use and images that you have to purchase. Applications for Education If you're looking for a new way to find Creative Commons-licensed images for yourself or your students, Photo Pin could be a good option for you. I like that Photo Pin offers a clear reminder to users that they must correctly link to the sources of the images that they choose to use.
    Search Creative Commons photos adn attribute them for your blog or website easily
    useful for creative commons images - free and subscription based but none free ones usually have sponsored across the corner of the thumbnail
Martin Burrett - 87 views

    Krissy Venosdale ( has amassed a superb collection of images and posters for the classroom on her blog and Flickr steam. Also find great ideas and resources for your classroom, especially for teachers of gifted and talented classes.
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