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reAct collection (EN)

diigo reAct Project Reference Manual for teachers and students

Celia Ruiz

on 19 November 2012

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Environments (PLE) How Diigo works? Main Diigo functions Why this manual? Help students and teachers to use
Useful for teachers
to support
the "Methodological Approach Guidelines"
developed within the reAct Project.
An ICT tool collection
public A collection of ICT tools, selected from with the
enormous array of ICT tools available on the Web, including web 2.0 tools (most of them free). Help students when they have to work independently, creatively and collaboratively in a social media dialogue.

Students can choose the ICT tools they want to use,
according to their learning needs, their skills and talents. social bookmarking This tagging can be described
as social bookmarking.
This way of storing, classifying
and sharing links
has proved useful
in reAct project.
Our tool collection
is not a linear classification
of ICT tools,
it is a set of tools tagged socially
to facilitate collaborative location
and identification of
appropriate tools. Didactic uses

• Facilitating students and teachers searching on the web.

• Learning to classify content by labels (tags).

• Labelling for faster searches.

• Enhancing teamwork through the action of sharing bookmarks.

• Integrating information from different web sites: wiki, blog, etc.

• Encouraging the development of collective knowledge.
Why Diigo? Diigo is a powerful free

social bookmarking website

with annotating capabilities. Diigo allows teachers and students
to collaborate and share resources.
They can
bookmark, highlight, comment and tag
selected web-pages
from any computer, any time, any place. What is
Diigo reAct collection?
A collection of about 100 ICT tools (apps)

carefully selected and labeled,

which allows students and teachers

to share, explore, select and comment

on the most useful ICT tools

for their learning needs. The reAct collection includes:

• ICT tools descriptions

• technical and educational uses of each tool

• classification system based on social labels or tags

• links to tutorials and examples of didactic uses

• comments from students and teachers about their uses.
1. Create a personal account in www.diigo.com
2. Access to reAct collection on http://groups.diigo.com/group/reAct-project

It is a public list, so you can access every ICT tool linked to in the collection. Traditional search
(by entering title keywords or tags)
Sort by date
The most popular
(if the link has been marked with "Like").
1. Request to join the reAct collection,
just by clicking on "Join this group", and
wait for the administrator´s acceptance.
2. Add comments to the existing ICT tools.
4. Add new bookmarks to this tool collection.
You can add comments
whether the tool is intuitive and user friendly,degree of popularity, its cost(if relevant), language supported, ease of download or web access and simplicity of instalation. "image", "audio", "video", "social network", "bookmarking", "creating", "communicating", "playing", "storytelling", "presenting", "collaborating", "sharing". Links and comments are written originally in English but can be written in other languages.

Because with the help of GoogleToolbar, the web page content can be automatically translated into different languages. How Diigo works? More Diigo functions Support the collaborative project-based learning.

Promote the autonomy of students .

Develop their capacity to find, organize, synthesize and present information.

Develop their social skills and group work . 5. Access directly to marked pages.

6. You can create an Educator Account,
(although not free). 1. Highlight text
to easily find information whenever you visit
the pages marked. 3. Different options to save links using Diigo Toolbar Digolet or logo. 4. Send a Diigo bookmark
to Twitter, Facebook with one click. 2. Add personal comments using the Sticky Notes
feature. Adding new bookmarks:
Click on “add” and fill in the description sheet :
title of the tool
technical and educational uses,
suggestions for activities
tags related to uses suggested: created in created in
reAct collection URL:
http://groups.diigo.com/group/reAct-project created in Reference Manual for teachers and students
Project : reAct – reactivating teachers and learners
Lifelong Learning Programme 2007-2013
Project Number 511709-LLP-1-2010-1ES-KA3-KA3MP
Project web site: http://www.reactproject.eu
Contact: ferrando_amp@gva.es

Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

August 2011. STARTING SEARCHING COLLABORATING SHARING Some examples Find more functions
in the next videos click here Students learning with Diigo https://sites.google.com/site/team8project9440/resources click here These uses help to: All useful in their future jobs in knowledge-based economy. This concept refers to the collection of tools
that any individual uses to learn.

It is personal to each learner and no two are the same.

However it can be useful to suggest new ICT tools that learners can add to the collection of tools that they use.

These ICT tools (in addition to their functions)
can help learners:
to take control of and manage their own learning process,
to support learners in communicating and collaborating with others.
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