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Save, Share, and Teach with Diigo

How to use Diigo for bookmarking, saving highlighted pages, sharing with other educators, and implementing with students
by Al Rowell on 22 February 2011

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Transcript of Save, Share, and Teach with Diigo

Save, Share, and Teach with Resources An Introduction to DIIGO for Educators Bruff, Derek. "Social Bookmarking with Diigo." http://derekbruff.com/site/blog/2011/01/07/social-bookmarking-with-diigo/. 7 January 2011. Diigo? Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other Stuff But what does that mean? Ready to Get Started? Go to http://www.diigo.com
Click Join and fill in the web form
Go to your email and click the verification link
Browse to http://www.diigo.com/education
Fill out the application for an educator account
Start bookmarking, following, and sharing! Bookmarks If you have ever lost your Favorites, realized you had saved a bookmark on another computer, or just have too many disorganized bookmarks, you are going to love this.

Copy the Address of a page you like
Log in to Diigo.com
Go to My Library
Click Add Bookmark
Fill in the URL (web address)
Provide the Title and Description
Add tags for all the topics
Click Add New Bookmark And Tada! Your First Bookmark! But can that be easier? YES! Install Diigolets or Toolbars Click Tools on Your Diigo Page Diigo Toolbar pulls the URL and Title and even suggests tags! Now, let's talk about tags http://www.flickr.com/photos/mnicolem/4035053333/ Organizing in Folders Is Old School Not Everything Fits http://www.flickr.com/photos/freebird4/347901731/ Neatly in One Box So choose as many tags as you need! Each tag is a path to find your bookmark! So is that all there is to ? http://www.flickr.com/photos/shellysblogger/3373319459/ How about highlighting your web pages? With Diigo Toolbar installed, you will see your highlights any time you return to the page, and so will people to whom you share! You Can Share with Diigo? Wait! You can browse groups at http://groups.diigo.com/index Then Click Join Group to become a member Click My Groups when logged in to Diigo to see your groups Groups are persons who share similar interest. Diigo will even recommend groups based on the sites you bookmark! Okay, How do I Share? Diigo Makes Sharing Easy! Click Bookmark in the Toolbar Click More Options, Check Share to Group, and select a Group you have joined. Add a description and click Save! So is that it? Not at all! Develop your Personal Learning Network with Diigo! When logged in to the Diigo site, click your name and then Friends You'll see anyone you follow here. Click Add or Invite More Here you can search by email or email an invitation. Even better, you can search by tags to find people with common interests! Scan your search results, looking at quality and frequency of posts. Click Follow Me to add to your Network Now when you click My Network, you'll see the most recent posts added by your network! Okay, but can you teach with Diigo? You can add students in your class and create groups Your students can collaborate, share, and comment on web resources. With the toolbar installed, you can right-click and save an image to Diigo. You can even save entire pages to Diigo from the toolbar! Hertz, Mary Beth."Diigo Teacher Accounts." Free Technology for Teachers. http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2010/02/diigo-teacher-accounts.html 17 February 2011. Created by Al Rowell, Technology Director, Lowndes County Schools @locotech on Twitter Percussion
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