As a teacher, it’s always great to find examples of the use of Web 2.0 technology outside of the realm of education. I’ve long extolled to fellow teachers and university students especially the benefits of using Diigo as part of their normal professional practice. Typically the discussion focusses on how Diigo will assist them to aggregate and access the tools of their trade, internet sites usually with an education emphasis. It’s interesting then to read another perspective from Network engineer Keith Crawford, that applies Diigo to such diverse topics as house hunting, food and book clubs as well as to of course education. As usual there are even more nuggets in the comment stream attached to the post.
- eBox | An Introduction to Google Apps for Education on Introduction to Google Drive 2014
- An Introduction to Google Apps for Education | Read Write Respond on Introduction to Google Drive 2014
- You Can Now Create Your Classroom Website on iP... on You Can Now Create Your Classroom Website on iPad for Free ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
- Allanah King on App Pencil
- ScratchJr | EdTechnology | Scoop.it on ScratchJr
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