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Delicious vs. Diigo | Angela Patricia

Delicious vs. Diigo | Angela Patricia | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it
For a recent assignment in my Social Media course, we had to set up accounts on Delicious and Diigo and use it to book mark different sources for the final research project. Now, I've had a Delicio...

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Part One… 12 Resources to Discover & Curate Digital Curriculum

Part One… 12 Resources to Discover & Curate Digital Curriculum | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it

This is the first post in a series on resources to discover and curate digital curriculum. In this post Michael Gorman introduces three tools in depth: Symbaloo, Diigo and Evernote.

"This series is really not centered on all the amazing resources available, but rather how to we find quality material and how do we archive it so we can find it later."

Although you may be aware of these three tools Gorman many show you techniques to using them that are new. The post explores these tools with both the teacher and student in mind. Based on your AUP these tools have the potential to be used by both groups. 

If you wonder why you would want your students to become digital curators think about how it would require them to "be informed and practice proper digital citizenship." 


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Handy New Diigo Browser Extension Features

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By Richard Byrne

 

"Over the last month I've started using Diigo as my primary tool for bookmarking links. Yesterday, Diigo released a new version of their browser extension. The updated extension includes some features that are quite handy.

"The most significant of the updates is a streamlined screenshot process. Now you can click the browser extension to take a screenshot of the page that you're viewing. You can capture all or part of a page in your screenshot. Your screenshot can be annotated with the integrated Diigo drawing and typing tools. All screenshots can be saved as individual files in your Diigo account or attached to the URL that you're bookmarking.

"The updated Diigo browser extension now includes the option to save images that you find on the web as stand-alone files or attach them to a URL that you're bookmarking."


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18 Useful Introductory Web 2.0 Videos

"A collection of 18 useful videos produced for the Ed2.0Work EU project that introduce Skype, WizIQ, Voicethread, Voxopop, Blogger, Wordpress, Tumblr, Posterous, AudioBoo, Slideshare, Prezi, Google Drive, Wikispaces, PBWorks, Diigo, Delicious, Reddit and the EU project Web20ERC "

 

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Great resource...thanks for the post.
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Summer Learning Series-A Recap ~ Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom

Summer Learning Series-A Recap ~ Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom | Into the Driver's Seat | Scoop.it

by Steven Anderson

 

"Over the past 6 weeks I've highlighted a few of my favorite tools, tips, tricks and resources. We covered a lot. Here is a recap of all 10 posts:

 

"But don't let the title fool you. While these are great tools, tips and tricks to learn during the summer, you could spend some time with them during the school year too. Spend 1 week on each of them and you've got almost 3 months of learning you, your colleagues and your friends could undertake."

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Great guides to using 10 great learning apps to work for you and your students.

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