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javangwe36

Hot Bookmarks | Diigo - 1 views

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      This is a good way to also check how creative your students are.
Webtwo Dozent

Social Bookmarking in Education with Diigo - 0 views

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      Eine Anmerkung für die Gruppe ...
Dennis OConnor

Free Technology for Teachers: Grading Made Easy with Diigo & Jing - 9 views

  • Both Diigo and Jing have been written about on numerous occasions here at the Free Technology for Teachers blog, but I wanted to share my experiences using both tools when grading assignments. I teach an information literacy course for the college where I work as a librarian. This course requires students to create an annotated bibliography as their final project; but there’s one issue that I continually run into time and time again - students would submit their sources throughout the quarter, but when it came time to put the bibliography together, they never could find their sources again which left them scrambling to search for additional content. This past quarter, I tried something completely different, and it worked beautifully!
mateocb

Using Diigo in the Classroom - Student Learning with Diigo - 9 views

  • One common problem of student computer use in schools is access to student work from home. Not every school provides a way for students to access their school data. In such cases, if students create bookmarks at school, they will not have access from other computers.
  • Using Diigo, students can bookmark important websites and access them from school, home, the library or any internet-connected computer. Students will always have access to this data.
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      A good list of all the many uses of Diigo
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    Clear description of why Diigo can be helpful in the classroom
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    After taking E-Learning for Educators I decided to try Diigo in a face to face course I work on. Many students have really appreciated it, especially those who don't own laptops and work from various school computers. For our two week term break we've asked each student to bookmark two articles with a short explanation why they have selected it as well as reesponding to at least one that someone else wrote as a way to encourage extensive reading. It has been fascinating to see the articles they are selected (these are Lao students preparing for university study in Australia) and their reactions to it. I've also set up a Diigo group for teachers at my school as a way to share articles that previous we'd print off or email around. Thank you E-learning for Educators for introducing me to this great tool!
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    I should just add that I love getting the daily digest of updates from this group and often go directly to those articles, even if I don't always make it back to the group site.
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    What a great idea to create a Diigo group for the teachers in your school. Yet another way to share and create a community with your fellow faculty members. Thanks for sharing!
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    Creative Commons Photo courtesy of Michael Surran Attribution ShareAlike 2.0 License Diigo is a powerful information capturing, storing, recalling and sharing tool. Here are just a few of the possibilities with Diigo: Save important websites and access them on any computer. Categorize websites by titles, notes, keyword tags, lists and groups.
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    Creative Commons Photo courtesy of Michael Surran Attribution ShareAlike 2.0 License Diigo is a powerful information capturing, storing, recalling and sharing tool. Here are just a few of the possibilities with Diigo: Save important websites and access them on any computer. Categorize websites by titles, notes, keyword tags, lists and groups.
Dennis OConnor

Staying Organized - Bookmarking With Diigo (Student Activity) CJM - Google Docs - 1 views

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    Here's one teacher lesson presentation of Diigo!
Maggie Rouman

Using Diigo in the Classroom « Learning Technologies - 6 views

  • The following presentation was recently delivered at the 2011 Mississippi Educational Computing Association (MECA) Conference in Jackson, Mississippi on February 8, 2011.  Please feel free to provide comments and suggestions.  Thanks.
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    Diigo is a social bookmarking tool that allows teachers and students to save websites into a public or private library, share them with others in your network, highlight any part of a webpage and attach sticky notes to specific highlights or to a whole page. The annotations can be kept private, shared with a group within Diigo or a special link forwarded to others.
Debi Griggs

Video Tutorial: Setting up Categories to Organize Bookmarks in Diigo - 9 views

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    This quick tutorial will help you through the steps of organizing bookmarks in Diigo
Dennis OConnor

Learn It In 5 - Diigo Groups - 1 views

  • How-to video: Using Diigo groups in the K-12 classroom Brief synopsis: The social bookmarking web site Diigo has many features, other than simply collecting and tagging web addressess. Diigo offers a wide variety of tools for teachers and students in the K-12 classroom. Diigo is a powerful Web 2.0 application and social networking web site, as it empowers users to save, categorize and annotate information all over the Internet and share it with others Diigo users and on other social networks.
Dennis OConnor

Using Diigo for Collaborative Curation | Fusion Finds - 4 views

  • I use Diigo to curate content, share it, and to find content. In Google Reader, as I read articles from the blogs to which I’ve subscribed, I will tag articles, sites, videos of interest, etc. using Diigo. These saved resources are available online and accessible from any Internet connected device. I can easily share specific resources. For example, I had a teacher ask about free screen capture tools. I sent her a link to all the items I had tagged with screencapture in my Diigo account. For the groups to which I’ve joined (ie Diigo in Education), I can see resources tagged by others and shared with the group, as well as share what I’ve tagged. I also follow a few users with similar interests and can see their public resources. Since there are so many Educator’s using Diigo, it is an excellent repository of resources which can be easily search.
Dennis OConnor

Diigo V5: Collect and Highlight, Then Remember! on Vimeo - 2 views

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    video overview of Diigo V5
Dennis OConnor

Teaching with Technology in the Middle: Diigo for Digital Writing Reflection - 2 views

  • I've been having my students use the social bookmarking site, Diigo, since the start of the school year.  They've used it to keep track of information they find on the web, to share information with our class group, and also to respond to digital texts they read.  And even though the bookmarklet, Diigolet, is significantly less convenient that the Diigo toolbar (which can't be installed on our school computers), most of my students are now are at a point where they have seamlessly integrated this bookmarking tool into their web browsing. 
  • Presently, the writing we're doing has taken the form of a fairly open writing workshop, where students write across various genres about about topics of importance to them, publishing these pieces to their blogs every couple of weeks.
  • Assessment of how students meet these goals is done by the students themselves, as for each piece they publish they write a reflection where they identify and explain aspects of their piece that show the following:    -evidence of themselves as thinkers    -evidence of using revision to improve their writing    -evidence of how they worked through challenges
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  • But this morning while I was preparing my class for the day, it occurred to me that Diigo's web highlighter and sticky note tools would allow them to carry out that same assignment without paper.  In addition, it would also take students less time to complete, let others read the reflections they wrote, and make it easier for me to access and grade their work. 
  • Since all of my students publish their writing on their individual blogs, they can use Diigo to bookmark their posts, highlight parts that demonstrate their thinking, revisions, and challenges, and include sticky notes on the page to include their written explanations and reflections
  • Students would also select the option that allowed the page and its annotations to be shared with our class Diigo group, so when I or any other student visited our class Diigo library they could see each students' bookmarked blog post, and beneath that post, a display of the excerpts highlighted and the sticky note responses that had been recorded. For grading, I only needed to visit our Diigo page and use this rubric to assess my students' work. 
Kevin Schuchmann

Maxthon Browser - Full-Featured Browser - 2 views

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    Here's a really quick browser from China that has great stability. Its fast and a lot lighter than Firefox but features a lot of the unique features Firefox has. There's also a plug in for Diigo.
Dennis OConnor

Social Bookmarking: Diigo & Delicious - 2 views

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    This is a slide show I developed for an online presentation I made at Stout last year.
Maureen Haig

QIAT - Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology Services - Welcome - 0 views

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    Resources for planning and evaluation. Includes administrator guide
Maureen Haig

WATI.org : Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative - 1 views

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    For Wisconsin, but does have useful links.
Maureen Haig

Technology Integration | Edutopia - 1 views

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    Includes video on why integrating technology is important.
Maureen Haig

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills - Home - 1 views

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    Strategies, tools and resources for integrating 21st Century and Web 2.0 skills into the classroom.
Maureen Haig

The Changing Face of Education in Iowa: May 2009 - 0 views

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    Blog post on determining purpose before integrating technology and other good posts.
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