Group 3 – Share and Read bookmarks – www.diigo.com

Phase 1 - Exploration

In this activity, you will be assigned to one of six teams with no more than 3 people per group. Please select a group that has an item that you do not know much about. Let the facilitators know if this applies to you before the activity begins.
Get ready to Begin
1) Go to the home page of the wiki
2) Make sure that you have joined the wiki by clicking “join wiki”
3) Click on the workshop agenda
4) Click on Activity B Connection Jigsaw
5) Click on your wiki page.
6) Hyperlinks and information will be on this page or you can just use links here.
7) Explore the tool along with your partners and fill out the information on the wiki page.
Explore Your Topic
Using Google and links below, answer the following .
What is Social Bookmarking?

What is Tagging? What are the benefits of tagging?

What is a PLN? (Some call it a PLC) What does it stand for?

Go to www.diigo.com and sign into your diigo account. If you have firefox, download the firefox plug in. (If you are not allowed, then do not do this step.) Learn how to:
· Bookmark a page
· Tag a page
· Join a group - http://groups.diigo.com/groups/educators
· How do you send a link to a group?
Prepare to explain your topic to your new group and give a brief “tour” of the tool.
What are some questions you need to resolve before you are ready to explain this to someone else? (Write them below. Find an answer – this includes asking a facilitator if you wish.)


Further Exploration (Time Permitting)
How do you twitter a link from diigo?

Diigo also lets you make lists – see http://www.diigo.com/list/coolcatteacher/flat-classroom and click on webslides. What do lists and webslides let you do?

Phase 2 Explanation

Each person will now go to another group. You will briefly explain the tool and demonstrate it to the others in the group. Take notes to prepare to discuss this tool with the others. To do this, you should pick one or two people to share your tool and then swap with the others until you have seen all 5. At no time should the group be larger than 3. You will also learn about the tool that they are teaching you.