This week, easier than a random bookmarks page or writing in your notebook, and certainly easier than writing on a wooden wheeled carraige, we explore Diigo. Diigo has features that are not only useful, but magical.

Love a website and wish you could highlight and leave a post-it note with your thoughts, then save it AND share it with a friend? Diigo!

Wish you could simply put searchable tags on all of your bookmarks instead of a complicated folders system? Diigo!

Wish you could call up a list of all the sections you highlighted on a website or PDF, then click one to jump to right to it instead of scanning through page after page of text?? Diigo!

My Diigo Library. The bookmarks with the blue dots are marked to read later!

Organizing with Diigo:

Begin here by following the instructions in the above video, then click here » to add the Diigolet Button for Diigo to your browser (PC and Mac.) (2:44) You may also find this article,Getting Started with Diigolet – Diigo help,useful. As well as thegeneral Help section of Diigo.

This week’s task requirements with Diigo: (7 points)

  • Set up your free account.

  • Add a minimum of eight links, properly tagged and highlight the parts of the web pages you like best to create an annotated list for a web page. Take a screen shot of one annotated website and submit on Padlet.

    Not quite sure what annotating is? Diigo has a wonderul short article all about it that was presented to you in Lessn 1. Here it is again for review.

  • Watch for an invitation from me to join the class Diigo group with the same name as this course. This is a private group where we will begin sharing our links. Collaboration collaboration collaboration. When you accept my invitation and log in, you will find I have already populated the group with some links. Some you will already have used, others we will get to. We will be sharing links via Diigo and Pinterest this semester.

  • Diigo Help:

    • Getting Started with Diigolet – Diigo help

    • General Help section of Diigo.

    • Privacy Policy section of Diigo.

    • On the Padlet this week: (7 points)

    • Include an unlocked public link to your infographic.

    • Share how your experience working with Diigo was. Is this tool one you will continue to use for your other classes?

    • Screenshot or screencast your library as well as one of your links that is highlighted/annotated and submit via Padlet below.

    • On a separate sticky note, comment on at least one classmate’s post. This should be on a separate sticky note. Please link your note to the original post by using the Padlet tools.

    To get credit for submitting, please be sure to put your name at the top of your post.



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