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  • 1. By Kristen Kiley
  • 2.
    • A personal research tool
    • A collaborative research platform
    • A social content site
    • A knowledge sharing community
    • Webslides
  • 3.
    • Bookmark, highlight, and add sticky notes to any webpage.
      • When you return to web pages you have bookmarked your highlights and sticky notes will be superimposed, just like if you highlighted a book.
    • Organize your bookmarks by using tags or lists.
      • Tags and lists are different in diigo:
        • Tags are best for diverse information.
        • Lists are best for focused information.
  • 4.
    • Access and search your tags and bookmarks from anywhere.
      • Your bookmarks are stored in your Diigo account on the web so you can access them anywhere you have internet access.
    • There are multiple ways to share your bookmarks.
      • You can automatically send them to your blog.
      • You can post to other websites.
      • You can send them all by email.
  • 5.
    • The picture is showing you how you can highlight and add a sticky note in Diigo.
  • 6.
    • Groups are ideal for team research.
      • Groups can be private, public, or semi-private.
      • Great for working in groups such as a class, club, interest group, or work group.
    • You can pool and organize resources using group bookmarks.
      • Group members can highlight, tag, and share with the group.
      • Group members can vote up bookmarks so important ones always stay on top.
  • 7.
    • Group sticky notes are great for discussion.
      • Group members and interact and discuss important points right on the web page.
    • There is a group tag dictionary to enforce tagging consistency.
      • The group administrator can define a set of recommended tags for the group.
  • 8.
    • The picture is showing a private group collaborating.
  • 9.
    • You can find the most popular bookmarks on any subject.
    • You can subscribe to the most recent bookmarks by using tags, sites, or users.
    • You can get recommended content.
    • You can get related content while you are browsing.
  • 10.
    • This picture is showing how you can search what other viewers of a website have bookmarked.
  • 11.
    • You are what you tag.
      • Bookmarking and tagging is a great way to show your interests and it can define your online presence.
    • Keep in touch with old friends through the content you tag and bookmark.
      • Sharing your content is a great way to learn from and about your friends
      • You can organize your friends into different contact lists so you can share with them easily.
  • 12.
    • Find and connect with people who have common interests.
      • You can look for “people like me” who are closest to you in interests.
      • You can search people by tags and sites to find those with common interests.
    • There are multiple way to connect with people.
      • You can invite people to be your friend.
      • You can send messages.
      • You can invite them to be in a group.
      • You can add them to your watchlist.
  • 13.
    • This picture shows how you can search for “people like me.”
  • 14.
    • Webslides is turning your bookmarks and feeds into interactive slideshows.
    • You can create a guided tour for any website.
    • You can bundle important course resources for students.
    • You can reorganize your blog posts to encourage browsing.
    • You can share your favorite places with your friends and blog readers.
  • 15.
    • To create a Diigo account you go to www.diigo.com
    • You click on “Join Diigo”
    • Then you choose a username, insert your name, email address, and password.
    • Next you verify your email address and you are ready to start tagging, highlighted, and placing sticky notes on your web pages!
  • 16.
    • Go to the webslides home page:
    • http://slides.diigo.com/
    • Click on “ready to create a slideshow in minutes?”
    • Decide if you want to create your show from feeds or from your bookmarks.
    • Once you decide, click on your choice and follow the step by step directions to create your show.
    • It’s as simple as that!
  • 17.
    • You can create a group in Diigo for your class.
    • As the teacher you can be the facilitator and recommend tags and bookmarks for your class.
    • You can view what your students are highlighting and use the group as a discussion forum, you can talk about key points.
    • You can create webslides to focus your students.
    • The possibilities are endless!