Author Topic: DIIGO- HIGHLIGHT AND SHARE THE WEB  (Read 215 times)


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« on: Jul 01, 2013, 04:24 AM »
Diigo is a robust web-based research tool and beneficial research portal which combines a multitude of imperative technologies, comprising social bookmarking, web annotation, tagging, and group-based collaboration, to make it possible an entire unique process of online knowledge organization and participatory learning and research in the 21st century. The name “Diigo” is an abbreviation for “Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff”.

Diigo offers signed-up subscribers to bookmark and tag web-pages. Moreover, it offers subscribers to mention any constituent of a webpage and assign tacky notes to particulate highlights or to a entire page. These annotations can be st ored confidential, contributed with a community inside Diigo or an important link sent to someone else. The name "Diigo" is a composition from "Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff.

Diigo gives you many applications or extensions so you can accumulate all the things and operate Diigo for a particular objective.
As soon as geared up with these extensions or applications you can collect everything that is bookmark a record webpages for instance, Annotate webpages with highlights & sticky notes, Save notes or to-dos using slick Quick Note applications, Capture and Annotate Screenshot. You can fast find or manage your digital items by sorting, tags, and lists or find by tags, titles or full-text.

Easily share one item or a entire collection as a list - Form groups of people to collaboratively pool resources - Share your revelations, finish with your annotations, by email, RSS feed, twitter, permalink, widget, etc.
You can easily access anywhere or your digital library can be accessed and searched from any computer - and also from free downloadable apps on iPhone, iPad , and Android. It is a stunning enabler for vigorous reading, project-based learning, and better communication, specifically with respect to:

•   How students and teachers acquire, research and manage information.
•    How students can get involved in vigorous and essential online learning and researching.
•   How teachers and students can interact each other simultaneously in learning, reading, researching, decoding, sensing, and critiquing resources and data
•   How students can work proficiently as a crew or group, in project-based learning, that needs the crew to achieve, evaluate and produce information from a diversity of information.

All-In-One Web Collector:
Diigo is the great application for annotating, archiving and bookmarking webpages.  With this easy-to-use tool, you can

1.  Bookmark links to archive webpages or to read later
2.  Attach highlights & stickies to a webpage as a reminder
3.  Share pages with annotation via Twitter, Facebook, and Google Buzz
4.  Access anywhere, via iPhone, iPad, Android.
5.  Create groups to pool findings, share resources or curate content
6.  Automatically cross-post to social bookmarking site Delicious (optional)

This extension has bookmark, highlight and add sticky note features. These features need the privilege to access your pages. Thus Diigo Groups are a phenomenal tool for building, maintaining, and contributing to a professional learning network as they tap into the collective intelligence of the network by allowing many users to share resources and annotations with the group. Diigo can easily access on the site:

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