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  • Diigo Presentation- Revised

    1. 1. diigo Lisa Sjogren
    2. 2. First Things, First
    3. 3. Introductory Activity Answer the following question: How do you conduct research with your students? What tools do you use to aide your student’s research? Discuss your answer with your neighbor, be prepared to share.
    4. 4. Today’s Objectives • Remembering, marking and sharing websites. • Explore particular tools available in Diigo • Join the C4 Group • Spend some self-exploration time building your diigo account.
    5. 5. About Diigo
    6. 6. About Diigo • diigo = Digest of Internet Information, Groups, and Other Stuff • diigo is two services in one: • it is a research and collaborative research tool • a knowledge-sharing community and social content site.
    7. 7. 5 Reasons diigo is better than del.icio.us 1. Highlighting 2. Save bookmarks, regardless of where you are, or what browser you are using. 3. Comments that actually are worth it. 4. Send bookmarks to multiple locations with one click 5. Keep your delicious account.
    8. 8. Bookmarking Basics
    9. 9. What is social bookmarking? Social bookmarking is a method for Internet users to organize, store, manage and search for bookmarks of resources online. Unlike file sharing, the resources themselves aren't shared, merely bookmarks that reference them. From Wikipedia
    10. 10. Install the Diigolet 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
    11. 11. The Firefox Plug-In • Currently not ‘approved’ in District 279 • Request has been submitted to put into the software portal. • Will email C participants when it is 4 available for download. • Tools that use plug-in are indicated(*)
    12. 12. Bookmarking Indicate if private or unread Add a description Tag based on content Finish by saving bookmark
    13. 13. Annotating a Webpage
    14. 14. Sending to Social Media*
    15. 15. Groups
    16. 16. What are bookmarking groups? • Diigo Groups provides a collaborative research and learning tool that allows any group of people to pool their findings through group bookmarks, highlights, sticky notes, and forum. • Can be part of professional groups and/or teacher-student groups.
    17. 17. Join the C Group 4 http://groups.diigo.com/group/c4-model-of- learning • Benefits: • Able to share resources with other group members. • Able to have a conversation about different weblinks.
    18. 18. Once you are a part of a group
    19. 19. Setting up a Class Group • Visit http://www.diigo.com/education • Request status of account to be upgraded to an educators account. • You will be given access to a teacher console. • Utilize skills learned later this week to collect student usernames.
    20. 20. Using Social Bookmarking in the Classroom
    21. 21. How do we use this in our classroom? • Generate a list of websites for students. • Keep your resources in multiple locations, as they are always on the web. • Create student accounts to have controlled research groups.
    22. 22. Auto-posting to your blog https://secure.diigo.com/blog_this/daily_blog • enables you to post new annotated bookmarks to your blog daily. • Able to add multiple blogs.
    23. 23. Webslides* http://slides.diigo.com/ How it is useful? • Provide a quick briefing, a simple tutorial or guided tour on any subject. • Can add music and/or voice narration. http://slides.diigo.com/list/christyinsdesign/ ms-science
    24. 24. Embedding webslides into a website
    25. 25. Advanced Topics
    26. 26. Feeding del.icio.us http://secure.diigo.com/tools/save_to_others 1. Select the service 2. Import your account information 3. Check the account to make sure it is valid 4. Save After you set up- it will post to both.
    27. 27. Embedding tagrolls and link rolls http://www.diigo.com/tools/tagroll • Shows list of your most common tags. http://www.diigo.com/tools/linkrolls • Display links that are tag(s) specific and/or with your annotations only. • When clicked readers will see your annotations on the webpage.
    28. 28. How to embed • Copy embed code and paste into your blog, moodle, or any other web 2.0 that allows embedding. • Similar to what is seen on http://youtube.com
    29. 29. Site Communities and Tag Communities http://www.diigo.com/community/sites • Aggregate users who annotate the same website/tags and build meaningful reader communities • Discover and connect with other readers interested in the same site/tags.
    30. 30. Further Information
    31. 31. Discussion Forums • Located on the Moodle Course • How could diigo be used in the classroom? • How could teachers collaborate with diigo? • How could cross curricular activities be developed using diigo?
    32. 32. After the Fact http://moodle.district279.org/moodle/ course/view.php?id=763 http://help.diigo.com http://help.diigo.com/teacher-account/faq

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