1. Save any site you find using multiple computers (home and school) to one resource.
2. Access your bookmarks anywhere you have web access.
3. Continue to access your bookmarks even when your computer crashes or you get a new computer.
4. Share web sites with your students or peers.
5. Search your bookmarks by keywords and tags.
6. Use related tags to narrow or extend your searches.
7. Display your saved web site links by category.
8. Learn about new sites from your other users.
9. Subscribe to other users’ bookmarks.
10. Check out recently posted and popular sites.
Adapted from the document ‘Simply Delicious‘ by David Muir
Check out this SlideShare: Using Diigo in the Classroom
Watch this video about Diigo:
Diigo is only one way to use Social Bookmarking–and it happens to be the one I like, but there are others out there with some of the same features. Find the one that works for you and share your bookmarks with your online students.
Follow the conversation about the organization/formation of imug (Iowa Moodle Users Group) on Twitter, using the new hashtag, #imug.