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Suzie Nestico

Diigo Education Offerings - SlideShare - 12 views

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    Created by Maggie Tsai.  Thorough explanation of the differences between Diigo Educator Accounts and Education domain.  Extensive how-to regarding how to obtain and facilitate either.
Suzie Nestico

Using Diigo for intentional learning and sharing | Instructional Design Fusions - 4 views

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    Covers interactive reading, collaboration and problem-based learning with Diigo to help students become better international learners
Suzie Nestico

Student Learning with Diigo - 9 views

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    A multitude of examples of how students use Diigo in the classroom. Also includes a good explanation of a Diigo educator account.
Janice Stearns

The Connected Classroom: DIG-ging diigo... - 0 views

  • But I recently read something, somewhere that diigo had a new improved tool bar and started to read up on the other Diigo features including the ablility for messaging, creating lists of bookmarks, the ability to turn bookmarks into slideshows, tagrolls and linkrolls, a Firefox sidebar, a Facebook application, blog integration
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      I liked the blog - just unlearning del.icio.us to learn Diigo - http://www.edtechcrew.net
  • I have presented del.icio.us at LEAST a dozen times to large audiences.
    • Janice Stearns
       
      Today, for the first time, I'm going to present Diigo instead of Delicious. It's time to build a community of users that I work with.
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  • Diigo is not just a bookmarking tool, it is a bookmarking, sharing, discussing, and learning tool LParisi : posted on twitter..My quick take on Diigo..while I have not spent much time creating links, tags, etc, I see it as much more powerful a network than delicious. and I couldn't agree more..
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    This blog post from The Connected Classroom by Kristin Hokanson is a detailed "how-to" guide for getting started with Diigo.
Brian C. Smith

Streamline It Part I: Diigo or Bust : Metanoia - 0 views

  • Here I was using Diigo, Delicious, Google Notebook, and Zotero for my researching, bookmarking, annotating, and sharing. While all strong tools in their own right, it is pretty clear looking at this list that this is what some would call OVER DOING IT!
  • However, I’m not entirely convinced that Diigo is the best tool to implement within the schools.
    • Brian C. Smith
       
      Yesterday, during the Open PD session on Diigo, I brought up the question whether using tools like this creates/adds to a divide between "power users" and those "just dipping their toes". I most likely won't introduce social bookmarking to teachers new to the read/write web by asking them to use Diigo. Thoughts?
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    Ryan has a great comparison of the various social bookmarking services for those wishing to make a choice.
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    Okay, here it is. I'm dumping Zotero, Delicious, and Google Notebook for Diigo. Blasphemy to some, I know, but I can basically get all I need in one: This chart by Ryan Bretag summarizes what the sites can dol. he left off a few but this is great.
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