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  • 1. 21 ST CENTURY RESEARCHING WITH DIIGO Jennifer Carrier Dorman
  • 2. Diigo
    • Diigo = D igest of I nternet I nformation, G roups and O ther stuff
    • Diigo is two services in one
      • it is a research and collaborative research tool on the one hand,
      • and a knowledge-sharing community and social content site on the other.
    http://www.diigo.com/
  • 3. Social Bookmarking Evolved - Diigo
  • 4.
    • What are educators saying about Diigo?
    Diigo Buzz
  • 5.  
  • 6.  
  • 7. Get The Most Out of Diigo
  • 8. Diigo – Personal Research Tool
    • Bookmark, highlight, and add sticky notes to any web page
    • Organize your bookmarks and annotations by tags or lists.
    • Access and search your bookmarks anywhere, by tags or by full-text
    • Multiple ways to share your bookmarks and annotations
  • 9. Diigo – Collaborative Research
    • Diigo groups are ideal for team research
    • Pool and organize resources using group bookmarks
    • Group sticky notes are great for discussion
    • Group tag dictionary to enforce tagging consistency
  • 10. Diigo – Social Content
    • Find the most popular bookmarks on any subject
    • Subscribe to the most recent bookmarks by tags, sites, or users
    • Get recommended content
    • Get related content while browsing
  • 11. Diigo – Knowledge-Sharing
    • You are what you annotate.
    • Keep in touch with friends through content
    • Find and connect with people having common interests
    • Multiple ways to connect with people
  • 12.  
  • 13.
    • Creating Your Account
    • www.diigo.com
    Registering for Diigo
  • 14. Join Diigo
  • 15. Create Your Account
  • 16. No Student E-Mail – No Problem
    • Two options:
      • Apply for the Diigo educator upgrade to create student accounts without student e-mails.
      • G-Mail Trick http ://snipurl.com/googletricks
  • 17. Create Your Profile
    • Create a Diigo avatar
  • 18. Avatar Options for Students
    • http://www.befunky.com/
    • http://www.mrpicassohead.com/
    • http://www.myoats.com/
    • http://www.picnik.com/
    • http://www.buildyourwildself.com /
    • http://www.dumpr.net/
  • 19. Add Basic Information
    • Add some basic information or elect to skip
  • 20. Find Friends
    • Search you e-mail address books for friends already using Diigo or skip
  • 21. Activate Your Account
    • Diigo will send you an e-mail requesting that you click on a link to verify your account
  • 22. Activate Your Account
    • Click on the link or copy/paste the URL address to verify your account
  • 23. Getting Started with Diigo
  • 24. Getting Started With Diigo
    • After verifying, you will be invited to install the Diigo toolbar and learn more about Diigo’s capabilities
  • 25. Installing the Toolbar
    • Download the toolbar.
      • Click the "Install Diigo Toolbar" button.
    • Run DiigoToolbar. exe.
    • Restart your browser.
  • 26. Not Allowed to Install Toolbars?
    • Diigolet is not as feature-rich as the Diigo toolbar, but it can be set-up by simple drag-and-drop - no download or installation needed, and it works for all major browsers.
      • Diigolet is a "super bookmarklet" that allows you to highlight and add sticky-notes, in addition to simple bookmarking.
      • http://www.diigo.com/tools/diigolet
  • 27. Post to Diigo Browser Button
  • 28. Import Bookmarks from the Web
    • Already have bookmarks hosted on another social bookmarking site? Diigo will import all your bookmarks.
    • http://www.diigo.com/tools/import_all
  • 29. Import Bookmarks from Browser
  • 30. Export Bookmarks
    • http://www.diigo.com/tools/export
  • 31. Cross-Post Your Bookmarks
    • Aren’t ready to give up that Del.icio.us account? Diigo will cross-post all your bookmarks.
      • https://secure.diigo.com/tools/save_to_others
  • 32.
    • Processing the Web
    Bookmarking and Annotating
  • 33. Using the Toolbar
  • 34. Annotating with Diigo
  • 35.
    • Share Your Research Across the Web
    Publish Your Bookmarks
  • 36. Daily Blog Post
    • Enables you to automatically post entries to your blog(s) containing your latest Diigo annotated bookmarks
      • http://www.diigo.com/blog_this/daily_blog
  • 37. Adding Blogs to Your Diigo Account
    • You can add multiple blogs to your Diigo account
  • 38. Creating Blog Post Jobs
    • Select your job preferences and submit
  • 39. Auto Blog Post
  • 40. Blog Directly from Diigo
    • So now as you browse along, you simply highlight and add sticky notes on anything that interests you, and, afterwards, you can easily incorporate your highlights and notes to your blog with one-click "Send to Blog".
      • http://www.diigo.com/blog_this/config
    • All you have to do is add your blog to Diigo
  • 41. Send to Blog, Twitter, Facebook
  • 42. Twitter This
    • When you check “Twitter This” when bookmarking, you can cross post to your Twitter feed
  • 43. Widgetize Your Diigo
    • Diigo has built-in widgets to broadcast your Diigo Tags and Links
  • 44. Diigo Tagroll
  • 45. Diigo Linkroll
  • 46. “Add to Diigo” Widget
    • Encourage people to add your page / blog post to Diigo, and help to increase exposure for your site / blog posts and drive more traffic to your site / blog!
  • 47.
    • Tag & Site Communities, Power Searching
    Diigo Features
  • 48. Site Communities
    • Aggregate users who annotate the same website & build meaningful reader communities
    • Discover and connect with other readers interested in the same site.
  • 49. Site Communities Watchlist & WebSlides View
  • 50. Tag Communities
    • Aggregate users who annotate sites with the same tags
    • Discover and connect with other readers interested in the same site and explore related tags and groups
  • 51. Tag Communities
  • 52. Searching with Diigo
    • Diigo has a built-in search engine that lets you search for bookmarks, people, and groups
  • 53. Diigo Search Results
  • 54.
    • Contacts, Contact Lists, & Messages
    Diigo Features
  • 55. Contacts Lists
    • You can organize your contacts to lists to make it easier to share resources and conversations
  • 56. Contact Lists
    • Add contacts to a list
  • 57. Messages / Conversations
  • 58.
    • Discover New Learning
    Diigo Features
  • 59. Discover New Content
    • Use the Discover features to track your friend’s bookmarks, your site Watchlists, and bookmarks recommended to you by your learning community
  • 60. Watchlist
    • Use the Watchlist to subscribe to tags, sites, and users
  • 61. Grow Your Learning Network
    • Find other users who are similar to you based on bookmarking and annotation patterns
  • 62.
    • Lists and Groups
    Diigo Features
  • 63. Diigo List
  • 64. Create a List
  • 65. Publish a List
  • 66. WebSlides Presentation View
  • 67. Interact through WebSlides View
  • 68. Create a WebSlides Presentation
    • http://slides.diigo.com/
    • To create WebSlides, users simply enter a feed or list of bookmarks and add background music or voice narration.
    • By clicking button, the list transforms into a slideshow, bringing Web pages and user comments to life.
    • All you and your reader need is a web browser.
  • 69. Ways to Create a WebSlides
  • 70. WebSlides for Bookmarks
  • 71. WebSlides for RSS Feed
  • 72.  
  • 73. Diigo Groups
    • Diigo Groups Video Tutorial http://snipurl.com/diigogroups
  • 74. Diigo Group
  • 75. Group Bookmarks
  • 76. Joining and Creating Groups
  • 77. Create a Group
  • 78. Management
    • Group moderators can customize the level of privacy and accessibility for the group
  • 79. Managing Group Members
  • 80. Invite New Members
  • 81. Managing the Group Forum
  • 82. Tagging Protocols Diigo Groups Video Tutorial http://snipurl.com/diigogroups
  • 83. Group Tag Dictionary
  • 84.
    • Security Features for Teachers and Students
    Diigo Teacher Console
  • 85. Diigo Educator Accounts
  • 86. Diigo Education Resources
    • http://www.diigo.com/teacher_entry/console
    • http://www.diigo.com/education
    • http://help.diigo.com/Diigo_Educator_Account_-_FAQ
    • http://help.diigo.com/Diigo_Educator_Account_-_Getting_Started
    • [email_address] – for specific help questions
  • 87. Apply for Educator Status
    • Sign into Diigo
    • Visit the Diigo Education Page
      • http://www.diigo.com/education
    • Complete the Application Form
    • Your application will be reviewed and you will receive an e-mail once your Diigo account has been upgraded to Educator Status
  • 88.  
  • 89. What Does Education Status Mean?
    • You can create student accounts for an entire class with just a few clicks (and student email addresses are optional for account creation)
    • Students of the same class are automatically set up as a Diigo group so they can start using all the benefits that a Diigo group provides, such as group bookmarks and annotations, and group forums.
    • Privacy settings of student accounts are pre-set so that only teachers and classmates can communicate with them.
    • Ads presented to student account users are limited to education-related sponsors.
  • 90. Security Settings – Under 13
    • Under 13 accounts – students are unable to customize their profiles (no image uploads, etc.)
  • 91. Teacher Console
    • The Teacher Console will appear in your profile list
    • http://www.diigo.com/teacher_entry/console
  • 92. Diigo Education Pioneer Badge
    • You can get a Diigo Education Pioneer badge for your blog, wiki, or website in the Teacher Console
  • 93. Create a Class Group
  • 94. Class Groups
  • 95. Convert Existing Groups
    • Open the group
    • Click "manage group"
    • Click “group overview”
    • Under group details, click "edit"
    • Change the category to "Education - K12"
    • The group will be upgraded to a "class group" with ad-free status, secure student accounts, and will appear within the Teacher Console
  • 96. Add Members
  • 97. Adding Students WITHOUT E-Mails
  • 98. Add Students with Existing Diigo Accounts
  • 99. Print Member Login Information
  • 100.  
  • 101. Manage Members
  • 102. “Graduating” Student Accounts
    • Teacher-created student accounts can be converted to a full account upon teacher request
  • 103. How Are Educators Using Diigo?
    • Gather and collaborate on online findings.
    • Use annotations to guide students to the most important information on a site, with a discussion starter or question posted on the sticky note.
    • Create a slideshow of clickable web sites grabbed from your bookmarks.
    • Publish your annotations/comments to your blogs or embed linkrolls and tagrolls onto a wiki or website.
    See http://tinyurl.com/5k4yqw for more integration ideas