Social Bookmarking using Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff.
In 40 minutes... what is Social Bookmarking how can it be used in an academic environment saving/accessing bookmarked websites from Seneca or any other place using Diigo using Diigo as a research/collaboration tool creating a Diigo account upgrading to an Educator account
Favourites and Folders can be overwhelmingCan’t easily take it home with you or share it!
Highlightingon your monitoris tough Image source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7e/LG_L194WT-SF_LCD_monitor.jpg
Social Bookmarking using Diigo store and share bookmarks to your online resources access and add bookmarks from anywhere with internet access (including mobile phone) use tags not folders
Social Bookmarking in Academia Private Role-Specific Project-Specific Public Adapted from: http://rossdawsonblog.com/socialbookmarking_diagram.jpg
Tags: one-word descriptors (like Google keywords) flowers guitar poets peace lyrics love track online sources add/delete/rename as required find other publications with same/similar tags
Research archive web pages from a particular point in time, save multiple versions and make them searchable organize your items by tags or lists highlight in multiple colours use sticky notes that can be private or shared sticky notes tied to a highlight or freely positioned and resizeable as a floating note Source: diigo.com
Collaboration share links to archived and annotated web pages via email, Twitter or Facebook (no special software required to see comments) set up Groups to comment, tag and collaborate on projects Privacy control: private, public or shared with a group (semi-private) Source: diigo.com
Using Diigo – Sign Up use your Seneca email address Source: diigo.com
Adding the Toolbar for greater versatility Source: diigo.com