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K. Gradel

Using Diigo for Collaborative Curation | Digitally Enhanced by Janetta Garton - 0 views

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    Diigo & curation just naturally go together. But how do you convince colleagues that it makes sense...and then how to do it? Check out this super blog post that illustrates key Diigo tools in the context of collaborative curation. Then try it...you'll like it!
IN PI

Share More! Wiki » Anthology/Diigo the Web for Education - From TeleGatherer ... - 1 views

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    Hi, Susana. Let's share some resource to use diigo in an educational context to show the group. Let us tag as edudiigolwc as a unique tag to aggregate everything and see how it goes!
Enrique Alvarez

Best content in Google in Education | Diigo - Groups - 2 views

  • Google in Education This is a group for educators using Google apps in schools. In order to weed out spammers, please tell me your interest in the group when applying to join. I do not approve people unless it's apparent from their profiles that they are educators. I also do not approve people with less then 10 education related bookmarks.
Jeff Johnson

Diigo 3.0 social bookmarking tool adds recommendations - Download Squad - 0 views

  • Diigo is a social bookmarking service which we covered briefly while it was in private beta. But the service is out of beta, and has launched a new set of tools that make it easy to mark up web pages, save pages to your account, and search through your bookmarks and those of other users.
riss leung

Diigo in Education - 0 views

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    A great presentation on using Diigo in education.
jakir888

Getting Started with Diigolet - Diigo help - 0 views

  • Tags help you find and organize your bookmarks by letting you select all of your bookmarks with a certain tag or combination of tags. Quickly add relevant tags to a bookmark by clicking on any of the recommended tags that appear under the description field on the “Save Bookmark” pop-up. When you are satisfied with the information in the “Save Bookmark” pop-up, click the “Save Bookmark” button. Now a link to the page is stored in your Diigo library, and the information you entered is stored with it.
  • Highlight Highlighting lets you denote important information on a page, just like highlighting in a book, but with Diigo, the highlighted text will be conveniently saved to your library as well. There are some important things for me to denote on my recipe. My wife doesn’t like pineapple, my grandfather can’t have eggs or chocolate, and I don’t like coconut very much, so I highlight those items on the recipe to let me know I need to deal with them. Highlight by clicking “Highlight” on the Diigolet. Then select the text you want to highlight. The text will be visually highlighted and the text is now stored in your library. It’s that easy. Click the button again to exit highlighter mode. You can also change the color of a highlight by clicking the downward-pointing arrow next to “Highlight” and choosing a color. Colors are useful for differentiating different types of highlights. I will use a different color for each of the different people I need to consider.
  • To add a sticky note to a highlight, simply move your mouse cursor over a highlight. When the little pop-up tab with the pencil on it appears, move the cursor to it and a menu will appear. Choose “Add Sticky Notes”. Now you can type and post a sticky note just like before, but this time it will be tied to the highlighted text.
Amanda Salt

ICT in my Classroom - 2 views

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      Avoid disaster by backing up your data | Bright Ideas - 0 views

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        "One of the great advantages of the internet is the convenience of cloud based services where you can store documents, pictures, bookmarks or notes and access them on any device with an internet connection. Despite this level of convenience it is still important to maintain backups of your data in the case of unforeseen circumstances, such as your account being hacked or a service shutting down. Here we will take a look at a few ways to backup your online data from some of the most popular services like Diigo, Google and Evernote."
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      https://www.diigo.com - 0 views

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        Existen muchas herramientas digitales que podríanmos utilizar en el proceso de enseñanza - aprendizaje para ello debemos utilizar las necesarias y en el momento oportuno. https://www.diigo.com/user/sigifredor
      Lori Rake

      15 Best Sites to Find Useful Online Web 2.0 Applications | Diigo Groups - 0 views

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        Nice tool to find web 2.0 tools
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