Diigo in the classroom


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Diigo in the classroom

  1. 1. Social Bookmarking in the Classroom By: Ellen Cordeiro @elliemellie
  2. 2. Objectives• Define• Create• Educational Applications• Practice
  3. 3. What is SocialBookmarking?
  4. 4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeBmvDpVbWc
  5. 5. Out with the old...
  6. 6. BookmarkingImage created by colourized and can be found at http://www.flickr.com/photos/colourized/2096715790/sizes/m/in/photostream/
  7. 7. Bookmarking
  8. 8. NotesPhoto by vintagedept and can be found at http://www.wylio.com/credits/Flickr/3744085670
  9. 9. Annotations Photo used with permission from Luis Caldas de Oliveira and can be found athttp://www.luiscaldasdeoliveira.com/2007/12/31/comprimir-um-livro-em-2-paginas/lang-pref/en/
  10. 10. In with the new...
  11. 11. u·biq·ui·tous/yooˈ bikwətəs/ ͞Adjective:Present, appearing, or foundeverywherePresent, appearing, or foundeverywhere iPhone 4 - Twitter photo by William Hook and can be found at http://www.wylio.com/credits/Flickr/2587135610 iPhone photo by William Hook and can be found at http://www.wylio.com/credits/Flickr/4742869256 iPad photo by HS and can be found at http://www.wylio.com/credits/Flickr/4527081753
  12. 12. "Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff."
  13. 13. TagsImage created by Jerry “Woody” and can be found at http://www.wylio.com/credits/Flickr/3251579331
  14. 14. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ywC_ebiSb4
  15. 15. “Tagging is a significantfeature of social bookmarkingsystems, enabling users toorganize their bookmarks inflexible ways and developshared vocabularies known asfolksonomies.” ~Wikipedia
  16. 16. Why Diigo?
  17. 17. Diigo Educator Accounts• Student Accounts• Create Groups• Privacy Settings• Educational Ads Image created by Alan Cleaver and can be found at http://www.wylio.com/credits/Flickr/4105726930
  18. 18. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHWapAF1Txw&feature
  19. 19. Let’s create an accountGo to http://www.diigo.com/ and click on GetStarted Now
  20. 20. Go to www.diigo.com/education
  21. 21. Fill in the information required and click Apply for Diigo Educator Account
  22. 22. Voila
  23. 23. Classroom Application• Share Bookmarks for research project• Students share annotations and highlight important information right on the website• Ask questions for students to respond to• Archive information• Collaborate• Manage information• Evaluate resources
  24. 24. How will you use it?
  25. 25. Image created by Images Money and can be found at http://www.wylio.com/credits/Flickr/5858002158
  26. 26. My DIIGO PLN• http://www.diigo.com/profile/Stevenanderson• http://www.diigo.com/profile/patricklarkin• http://www.diigo.com/profile/Willrich• http://www.diigo.com/profile/Shellyterrell
  27. 27. Things to consider• Poor use of tags• Skewed views• Just another location to store data...
  28. 28. Activity• Locate a resource• Use the Diigolet to 1. Highlight • Add a sticky note• Add tag(s)• Create a group and add resource to group
  29. 29. Creating Groups and Adding Students
  30. 30. Create a GroupLog into DIIGO and click on Teacher Console
  31. 31. Notice you can make your group public or private
  32. 32. Notice there are three ways to add group members
  33. 33. Creating Student Accounts
  34. 34. Click on Option 1 to create student accounts without using email.
  35. 35. You can either mannually type in students names or you can upload an already created CSV file you can upload an already created CSV file
  36. 36. don’t use student fullnames when creating accounts Use first name and last initial or their log in I.D.s
  37. 37. Let’s go share our bookmarks!