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#104 Getting started with Diigo: Adding an extension to your browser

Diigo is a great tool for research. It allows you to bookmark and tag pages and share with groups. One of the best features is the ability to highlight a web page and add sticky notes.

Once you’ve created yourself a free account, download the Diigo extension to your chosen browser to start curating. Watch how to here…

Feature image: “Reader’s Digest” by Phalinn Ooi is licenced under CC BY 2.0

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