Diigo‘s latest upgrade has made it all the rage. My twitter is full of diigo related tweets and many, many of the blogs that I read contain posts and comments about this excellent web application. There is so much rolled into this one technology and the developers have been great about considering user feedback and have been active about their responses – they continue to impress me. I admit that diigo has probably catapulted itself ahead of Zoho and twitter and is my favorite tool these days.
Why would teachers use Diigo? I’ve been asked this question no less than a dozen times in the past week and I thought it would be a good idea if we began compiling a list of responses.
NOTE: This same topic is simultaneously being discussed over on my diigo. You are welcome to participate both places.