Why do you need your own personal knowledge library?



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Daily Research Workflow Tips!


Check out this method of streamlining your research daily with online resources + Diigo. Make efficient use of your time and boost your productivity!


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Diigo on Tumblr!


For in-depth looks into Diigo, online content curation, and helpful tips on integrating Diigo into your learning, check out our Tumblr page!


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Top tips for new teachers!


Are you new to teaching or intersted in some generally useful tips from top, experienced educators?

Check out this great article from the Cambrigde University Press including how to incorporate Diigo to simplify your workflow.


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Hot bookmarks from the Diigo community!

Hot bookmarks shared from the Diigo community. Some of the most important skills that determine success are nonacademic.

soft skills

Check out this interesting article that covers some key nonacademic skills that are essential for success and let us know what you think!


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In-Group Videos and Group Content Exporting Now Supported for Diigo Groups!

New Features for Diigo Groups!

Group Vid

Diigo Groups now supports in link videos from Youtube and Vimeo. Play videos you link directly from Diigo Groups.
We have also implemented CSV/Excel format content exporting from any Diigo Group.

Give our new features a try and let us know what you think.
Diigo still has many more improvements in the pipeline, be sure to check back for updates!

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Hot bookmarks shared from the Diigo community

Blog Collab

What does online collaborative working actually mean? Why is it so important today? How do we achieve online collaboration?

Take a look at this great article answering all of your questions on the important term of collaboration. Be sure to check back for updates on Diigo, as we are in the process of revamping our site, including “Groups” with features such as collaborative annotations and more!


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