In our first OIT webinar we provided a broad overview of three collaborative, i.e. 'cloud' technologies: Diigo, Dropbox and Evernote. This month's 30-minute session focused upon Dropbox (recording available on our Academic Computing Professional Development page) and on Friday, December 9th, we will focus upon Evernote (contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register). Our 2012 schedule has not been established yet. In the meantime, there are a few valuable resources that might entice you to use Diigo as a collaborative technology to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom or share resources with your coworkers, family and/or friends. Diigo provides a way to build a life-long professional library that is accessible from any mobile device. It is easy to use and has many valuable features including the ability to highlight and create private groups. As with the other web-based technologies (cloud) they are flexible and available beyond your time at CGU.
Educause Quarterly "Classroom Collaboration Using Social Bookmarking Service Diigo"
The Chronicle ProfHacker "Annotating the Web with Diigo on the iPad"
...and to get you started "Diigo Introduction"