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Learn how to lead and manage a Diigo group for the best possible results.

Learn how to lead and manage a Diigo group for the best possible results.

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Diigo: Secrets of a Power User (NECC09) Diigo: Secrets of a Power User (NECC09) Presentation Transcript

    • Tips & Tricks for Managing your Diigo Group
    Anne Bubnic [email_address]
    • Over 4,800 Education Groups on Diigo
    • Groups are individuals with common interests that center around key topics.
    • Generally, opened to everyone but there are also closed groups like classroom groups
    • Group Roles: Moderator, Participant, Lurker.
    • Group Moderators/Owners handle group maintenance chores.
    • Accept members into the group
    • Notify Diigo of spammers
    • Delete inappropriate posts
    • Create tag dictionaries
    • Do clean-up work on tags where there are spelling errors, redundancies, etc.
    • Provide many of the bookmarks to keep the group fresh
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  • Lists = “bundles” in deli.cio.us http://www.diigo.com/list/abubnic
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  • Lists will appear in your drop-down menu … just like Groups.
    • Lists are automatically alphabetized but if you do research in more than one area, your focus areas will all be mixed in together.
    • Ideally, it would be nice to have folders for each sub-topic area. But they don’t exist.
    Here’s a work-around that will do the trick… Alphabetize Your Diigo Lists by Focus Areas
  • Rename Your lists. Use the Focus Area name, followed by / … to create a sub-folder.
  • My alphabetized lists ... http://www.diigo.com/list/abubnic Your lists will now be alphabetized both in the drop down menu and on your list page.
  • Ways that I use Diigo Lists... http://www.diigo.com/list/abubnic
    • Embed them in my web site when it’s info that is rapidly changing.
    • Share them with colleagues.
    • Give the URLs to people on Twitter who are looking for info.
    • Example link on web site: http://www.ctap4.net/projects/cybersafety/administrator-resources.html
    • (The link to “sexting topics” takes you to DIIGO).
  • Clean up your group tags!
  • Clean up your group tags!
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