Thing 6 goes along with thing 5. I ask us to select a site from Web 2.0 Award nominees and explore that site. I choose the site Diigo.com. I was not aware how to use this site or that it even existed until this semester. If you’re like me, I’ll inform you. Diigo is an online website that provides the service of bookmarking and sharing. It is a way to highlight and save things from the web and share them with others through Facebook or Email. The neatest thing about Diigo is you can view the source you have highlighted even after that source may no longer be operating. So you can save your favorite sights forever! For the purpose of our class and use in the classroom, Diigo has a feature that allows users to join groups and share information within that group. This is a great tool for collaborative work and for finding sources with the help of your classmates. I could see endless possibilities for this site with middle to high school level children. Research papers and science fair projects could be completed much faster and researched more thoroughly with the use of Diigo. Students could also back up their research to show the teacher how they arrived at their conclusions. Please click the following site to learn more about this great educational tool!