Keeping things together

I have created an account for Scoop.It and for Diigo in the last 24 hours and have added links for Digital literacies sites. Do I need both? I expect I won’t be able to answer that question until I have tried them both out so we shall see.

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2 thoughts on “Keeping things together

  1. Hi Sue,

    Personally, I think Diigo is the better way to go. Some of it is just down to taste (I prefer the more text based Diigo to the “magazine” style Scoop.it.) But, also Diigo lets you export your stuff at any time. It looks like you have to be a paid Scoop.it user to export. OTOH, scoop.it is stronger on social media like Twitter.

    For a totally self-serving example, I set up a Diigo group a while ago as I prepared for a talk about MOOCs, of all things! If you look at Diigo in group view you can see all off the annotations.
    https://groups.diigo.com/group/iafor-actc-mooc

    And here is an example of using a group shared by members of a course. Works great for us. https://groups.diigo.com/group/coetailyis

    Hope you have fun with either one. Or, both. Nut I suspect you’ll just need one.

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