Diigo is an online social bookmarking tool to assist you in research. With Diigo you will be able to:
- Take personal notes
- Highlight text information on web pages
- Bookmark and save notes for further use.
- Add tags to keep your resources organized
- Share information with your teacher and group when using tags
- Add comments and sticky notes to web pages (known as digital annotation)
- Search for sites that others have bookmarked
Directions: Begin with #1 and work through #6 to learn more about Diigo. In the additional tools section at the bottom of the page, you will find all of the documents from this module. Always make sure you have used and saved the documents.
Watch this video Diigo V: Collect and Highlight, Then Remember! for a quick overview of Diigo features.
Note: If you have a mobile device, click here for Diigo Tools and Apps.
|#2||Watch this video on how to use to use Diigo in research Research: Annotate, Archive, Organize.|
Read suggestions for using Diigo for your research projects.
Manage your independent or collaborative research project using Diigo by:
|#4||Create your own Diigo account. (Note: Your teacher may have created a student Diigo account for you to use in class projects.)|
Read and bookmark this Diigo guide from the University of Wyoming, Learning Guide: Diigo. You will want to refer back to it as you have questions about Diigo.
Share your bookmarks for your research project with your group. (Your teacher will set up a group for you to share to.) Click here to watch a short video on Sharing Diigo Bookmarks to a Group.
Additional Tools from Module One
- "Developing Your Questions" Word document or interactive PDF.
- "Turning Topics into Research Questions" Word document or interactive PDF.
- "Three Levels of Questions" form Word document or interactive PDF.
- "Research Question Rubric" Word document or interactive PDF.
- "Question Generator Form" Word document or interactive PDF.