A quick reflection.

Having had to learn a few new technologies for this subject I now find that I have developed one of them as a go-to tool: Diigo

Over the years I have saved sites to my ‘favourites’ in the tool bar, however after changing browsers or having to replace my computer I no longer had access to them. I have created various word documents titled “resources” etc. but I definitely needed one place for everything and this is it. Accessible from any device or browser, brilliant! I can add different tags so I can locate them but this is something I still need to refine as I haven’t had time to learn all the ins and outs of this valuable tool, yet.

I also saw another blogger shared this helpful suggestion to create a reading log where you can then search using Control F to find key words. It’s probably too late for me now but I certainly would recommend anyone starting out to consider doing this with all their reading.


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