Well, it’s taken a while to get the time to write about a Weekly Wonder. There have been so many tools that I have used recently that have bneen very beneficial for students. However, the one that I want to add this week is Diigo. Diigo is an social bookmarking tool. However, it is much more than that as the Youtube video will explain. I have been using this tool with Year 12 students who are carrying out research. The main benefit for the group is that they can share their bookmarks in a “group” and the ease with which they can skim/scan the materials.
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