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Bill Guinee

Diigo in College/University - 248 views

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  • Thomas Brown
     
    Bill Guinee wrote:
    > Does anyone know if there are any groups or resources specifically aimed at using Diigo for collaborative learning, researching and other goals in college or university classes. While there is much in this group that is of value to all teachers willing to experiment, there are also some differences between the higher education classes and the majority of what is being discussed here. As a newcomer to Diigo, I could use some help with this.


    I'm using Diigo in an Intro to Sociology college course. Collaborative group research online replaces the traditional textbook. Students research the concepts and write them up themselves. If anyone else is doing this, or wants to, let's start a new group.
  • Thomas Brown
     
    Bill, I have just completed an article on my experiment. I'd be happy to email the draft to you, and would appreciate any comments.


    Bill Guinee wrote:
    > This is exactly the kind of thing I am talking about -- my field is anthropology, and the idea of students generating and evaluating knowledge cooperatively in this way is very intriguing. I would love to hear more about exactly how you are doing this, the kinds of assignments, and so forth.
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    > Thomas Brown wrote:
    > > Bill Guinee wrote:
    > > > Does anyone know if there are any groups or resources specifically aimed at using Diigo for collaborative learning, researching and other goals in college or university classes. While there is much in this group that is of value to all teachers willing to experiment, there are also some differences between the higher education classes and the majority of what is being discussed here. As a newcomer to Diigo, I could use some help with this.
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    > > I'm using Diigo in an Intro to Sociology college course. Collaborative group research online replaces the traditional textbook. Students research the concepts and write them up themselves. If anyone else is doing this, or wants to, let's start a new group.
Thomas Brown

How to deal with "dividing up the work" syndrome? - 35 views

started by Thomas Brown on 04 Mar 09 no follow-up yet
Thomas Brown

Gabbly--chat on any web page - 1 views

shared by Thomas Brown on 18 Jan 09 - Cached
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    Gabbly--chat on any web page
Thomas Brown

Team WhiteBoarding with Twiddla - Painless Team Collaboration for the Web - 4 views

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    Make any web site an online classroom space. Awesome concept.
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