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Unless It Was a Digital Dog, No One Ate Your Homework (Diigo)
 

Unless It Was a Digital Dog, No One Ate Your Homework (Diigo)

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Social Bookmarking is a tool which leverages your resources. By using tools such as diigo, you will be able to annotate on webpages and access/share your bookmarks by simply visiting a website.

Social Bookmarking is a tool which leverages your resources. By using tools such as diigo, you will be able to annotate on webpages and access/share your bookmarks by simply visiting a website.

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Unless It Was a Digital Dog, No One Ate Your Homework (Diigo) Unless It Was a Digital Dog, No One Ate Your Homework (Diigo) Presentation Transcript

  • Research in the Digital Age Lisa Sjogren
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/will-lion/2595497078/
  • Online Journalling
  • Microblogging (Twitter) • Effective for short entries • Track Assignment • Short, free-writing activities • Quick website sharing • Hash tags for questions
  • Google Reader • Able to track multiple blogs in one single source. • Sort into feeds, mark read/unread. • Suggested: Blog About It!
  • Using http://bit.ly • Shortens websites- either custom or provided. • Create an account to track and collect data about usage.
  • Twitter 411 • # is a hash tag- make a mention of subject, such as #c4model • @ is a reply/mention, @lisasjogren would mention me and would be visible by you, me, and our mutual followers. • D is a direct message, only visible by recipient. • RT is a re-tweet, similar to email forwarding.
  • Activity • Create a Twitter Account (twitter.com) • Answer the following questions: • What are your interests? • What do you find difficult in evaluating websites? • Share a website through using http://bit.ly
  • Online Concept Mapping
  • Gliffy • http://www.gliffy.com • Online concept mapping software. • Free for up to five (5) concept maps.
  • Webspiration • http://www.mywebspiration.com/ • In Public Beta • Can create and share with multiple users. • Switches from visual diagram to outlines. • Part of the Inspiration Software Company
  • bubbl.us • http://bubbl.us • Online concept mapping tool. • Able to collaborate/share with other users.
  • Scriblink • http://www.scriblink.com • Online Whiteboard • Able to provide link, email, or save work.
  • wallwisher • http://www.wallwisher.com/ • Online Notice Board Creator • Sign up and create own board • Able to embed board
  • Activity • Try Webspiration, Gliffy, or bubbl.us • Try Scriblink or Wall Wisher • Tweet your feelings about these two items use the hash tag #c4pR3E
  • Creating Citations Online
  • BibMe • http://www.bibme.org • Automatic bibliography generator. • Add books through searching amazon.com database, websites by pasting URL.
  • Bibomatic • http://www.bibomatic.com • Allows you to enter in 10 digit ISBN number to generate MLA, APA, or Chicago style citation. • Must copy and paste, does not save as no account is required.
  • Son of a Citation • http://www.citationmachine.net • Helps students create proper citations. • No account is required.
  • Zotero • http://www.zotero.org • Firefox add-on. • collect, manage, cite and share your research sources.
  • Activity • Compare two citation tools. • What did you like about them? • How could you use them in your teaching? • Which one would your students benefit most from? • Use the hashtag: #c4pR3F
  • Note Taking Online
  • record meaningful facts and ideas reduce to main ideas and summaries recite the most important terms, concepts, ideas, and conclusions reflect on personal opinion and perspective review
  • Highlighting Tools • The Awesome Highlighter (http://www.awesomehighlighter.com) • Allows you to highlight webpages and add notes to a web page. • Share the highlighting/annotations through a shorten web link.
  • Online Word Processing Tools • Able to be accessed anywhere. • Share ideas with small collaborative groups • Publish on the web as a webpage. • Suggested: Osseo Apps Series
  • Tools for Note Taking • Evernote (http://www.evernote.com) • Desktop and Mobile Integration • Capture and upload virtually anything. • Organized and searchable
  • More Tools for Note Taking • Springnote (http://www.springnote.com) • Create a wiki-based notebook, for individual or group. • Searchable • Variety of editing tools.
  • Activity • Sign up for Spring Note and Evernote • Compare the two products. • Tweet about these two products using the hashtag #c4pR3D
  • Social Bookmarking Tools • Diigo, allows you to: • tag • annotate • organize
  • Activity • Visit http://www.diigo.com • Click ‘Join Diigo’ • Fill out necessary information or connect account to your Google/Facebook • Install Diigolet • Add/Annotate/Highlight different sources and websites.