I’m a big, big fan of Diigo. I appreciate that I can save and share bookmarks, highlight and leave comments on webpages, annotate resources, host and participate in groups and forums on particular topics, message and interact with friends and colleagues, and much more. It’s a very big component of my personal learning network (PLN). I’m also impressed and pleased that the Diigo founders and employees listened to its community of teacher-users and developed Diigo for Educators (More fondly referred to as EduDiigo). Here are some thoughts about about why teachers and learners might use Diigo.
I started a new group dedicated to the topic of design and development. I invite everyone with an interest/expertise in the topic to become an active member.
FYI, consider joining these other groups that started, too.
- Education and Technology
- Teaching and Learning with Web 2.0
- Virtual Math Manipulatives
- Instructional Design
- Graphic Design
- Design and Development
- Resources for Future Teachers
- Resources for Graduate Students
I encourage everyone to take a look at Diigo’s services and consider taking advantage of it. Please feel free to friend me because, as I frequently say, “Together we learn more.”