A lack of resources has not been of concern in recent months. Between Twitter, Classroom 2.0, my personal learning network and the all the Edubloggers, there is a rich source of information on virtually any topic of interest to an educator looking for information on technology.
The proof was in the pudding this past week when many of us “ed techies” decided to give Diigo.com a try. Within a week’s time, here’s what has accumulated as resources (and I apologize if I left anything out):
Steve Harrigan from Classroom 2.0 hosted a live event using Eluminate. You can find the recording of the interview with Maggie Tsai from Diigo.com and the corresponding chat log at http://tinyurl.com/2rszg4
Kristin Hokanson posted her thoughts and ideas on her blog at http://khokanson.blogspot.com/2008/03/dig-ging-diigo.html.
Liz Davis did a Jing screencast which can be found at
Ryan Bretag posted his ideas as well as some great visual aides at
So, if you still need some help defining the difference between Del.icio.us (which has been my preferred social bookmarking site and I will continue to use it) and Diigo (which claims to be more powerful than existing social bookmarking sites), I gently stear you towards the resources listed above.
You’ll find me on both networks. I set my Diigo preferences to bookmark on Del.icio.us as well.