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Saving Your Online Research

One way to save all your favourite sites is to use  the bookmarking tool, Diigo. This brilliant service allows you to save, tag and search your own bookmarks. Diigo also lets you create public lists of links and share your bookmarks with other people in groups. Diigo is the perfect way to share bookmarks within your class, your learning network or even friends and family.

You can find the guide to getting started with Diigo under the Guides menu, or visit it directly here. The video tutorials are also available as a YouTube playlist which you can watch below. 

Another Way to Save Your Research

You can collate all your research using the Web 2.0 tool, Evernote. This is a wonderful tool that allows you to keep all your research - images, web sites, photographs, notes - all in one area. You can access your Evernote on any device as long as you log in. You can also share notes so this tool is great for those group projects!

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Go to the Evernote page to learn more.


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