Sharing Bookmarks and Links

Some of you might already be using Diigo for keeping track of bookmarked websites.  If you’re not using it, check out the Education Basic plan – a free service for educators to use with students.  You can highlight text on web pages, add sticky notes with your own comments, or give the web page a summary in your bookmark description.

You can also add these features to your iPad with the Diigo Web Highlighter for Safari.

I’ve started tagging some of my Diigo bookmarks with “bcuedtech” for anyone interested in news from the world of educational technology.  Please feel free to use this tag on bookmarks you want to share.  Any Diigo bookmarks with the bcuedtech tag will show up in the new sidebar widget on the BCU iPad Pilot blog.  You can see all my bookmarks at

Are you already on Diigo?  Have any tips or suggestions about using it?