Are you looking for a free tool to help organize your favorite websites? Check this out…
Diigo allows you to collect, save, and tag all of your favorite websites so you can easily find them later on whenever you might need them. This handy tool also lets you annotate your findings directly onto your bookmarks, so you can remember what it is you loved so much about that particular website later on. Lastly, Diigo makes it easy to share all of your findings with others. So tell me… what’s not to love about this freebie?!
Check out the above video to learn a bit more about using Diigo in the classroom. If you’re interested to learn in-depth from experienced educators how to use Diigo in the classroom setting, here are a couple must-watch training videos.
Organize and Share Your Favorite Sites with Diigo
Do you need a way to organize your favorite web sites? Do you have them bookmarked, but have trouble finding them when you’re on another computer or on your phone? Would you like an easy way to share sites with your class or even provide your students with their own bookmarking account? Enjoy as EdTech Expert Carol Nelson walks you through how to do all of these things, and more, with Diigo.
Bookmark, Collaborate, and Share Classroom Web Resources Easily with Diigo
If you’re only using Diigo for bookmarking, you’re missing out on some pretty neat features. Enjoy as EdTech expert Carol Nelson helps you realize the full potential of Diigo, and shows you how to take your social bookmarking to a higher level. Learn how to incorporate the highlighting, sticky notes, documents, notes, and images tools. Experience how Diigo can save you time and easily become your favorite tool when keeping track of and sharing your classroom web resources.
Have you had a chance to try out this fun tool? Let me know what you think about it in a comment on this article.
Kimber Thompson is a Lead Moderator for SimpleK12 webinars and a Contributing Editor for SimpleK12.com. She writes frequently about education topics, and is passionate about tools and techniques that inspire young learners. You may reach her with ideas and comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.