Have you discovered Diigo? It is a fantastic resource that allows you to bookmark, highlight and share webpages, notes and images on multiple devices. Check out the video below to learn more.
Collaborate with Diigo Groups
One of the great features of Diigo is the option to create groups to share resources - a very useful feature when you're working on a project with several people. You can learn more about the groups feature by watching this video. It's based on an earlier version of Diigo - but it basically works the same way.
Research @ UTS Library on Diigo
We've created the Diigo group Research @ UTS Library to pool together all the resources that the research community find useful. So please feel free to add a link or comment on what's there. We really want to know what has or is helping you with your research. At the bottom of this blog you'll find the tag cloud and latest links for our group.
You don't need a diigo account to view our bookmarks, but you won't be able to comment or add content unless you create a Diigo account and join the group. It's pretty easy to do. If you would like some extra help, come to our collaborative tools workshop and learn how to use Diigo and Google Docs.