The Evolution of a 2.0 Teacher: Part 2

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The Evolution of a 2.0 Teacher: Part 2

The best way to get familiar with Diigo and all that it can provide is to go to www.diigo.com and watch the introductory video. In a nutshell, however, here’s what you can do with Diigo:

  • Bookmark webpages and give them “tags” so you can locate information later
  • Access your bookmarks from any device with internet access
  • Place sticky notes on a webpage that will still be there when you revisit
  • Highlight text on a webpage
  • Search your own library of webpages and websites that you have created
  • Create folders (or not) of useful webpages and websites
  • Take pictures of a screen you’re looking at for later use
  • Share good websites with colleagues and others, even if they don’t have a Diigo account
  • Mark webpages as “read later” if you don’t have time to read them now
  • Create groups that can share information and learning with each other

Now, you may like Diigo and all it can offer, but if you’re like me, you are wondering where you can find the websites and information that is relevant to your content.  Tune in tomorrow, and I’ll tell you how Diigo can get you what you need.  Have a Happy New Year!

Using Diigo Part 1

Using Diigo Part 3

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