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  • DiigoDiigohttp://www.diigo.comhttp://www.diigo.comA Bookmarking Tool that .does so much moreDr. Carole Redline,2013
  • Educator? Get Started hereEducator? Get Started hereUse you school email accountGet an educators account for more options
  • Sign in --Sign in --Go to toolsGo to tools
  • Run run yesacceptThis is how you get the tool bar that allows you to highlight on theweb. Foxfire is different. You may need help here.
  • How to add a bookmark.
  • Notice all the options in the pull down menu . My Library isimportant
  • My GroupsLogin and go to my groups. This example is just one way.As with all newprograms,Explore pull downmenus.Here you can see thegroups I have created
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  • These are other groups youmight consider joining.Diigo in Education is my favorite group.The sites they suggest often fuel my scoop it account.Suggestions are sent to me through email. I click on links and decide:Do I want to bookmark this site, share it with a group, or scoop it.?
  • Don’t use other than a school email.This example is not correct.
  • You may want the teacher console after you work with Diigofor awhile.This option for educator let’s you set up accounts for yourstudents
  • Reference Web 2.0Annotation &BookmarkingTools:AQuick Guidehttp://www.scribd.com/doc/111778965/Web-2-0-Annotation-and-BookmarDiigo allows the user to see any bookmarked sites on any computeron the web. You sign into your account and no matter where you areyour bookmarks are there.But also you can highlight right on any websites .You and your students can make comments on the websites andshare you ideas. Those highlights and comments will stay on the siteeven after you close it. Just login to your account to see them.You can share ideas with your own groups or gather ideas fromother groups, Choose how and when to receive email alerts.This tool takes a little time, patience and practice but it is soworthwhile.Take time to explore Diigo.
  • Use the Help ServicesDream big: How can your class useDiigo