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While there is some overlap between what I already do in my classroom and our conversations regarding the Cloud, I believe there is always room to grow and develop my skills. I encourage my students to use Cloud technology to ensure their documents and files are saved in multiple locations.
I have never used diigo before, however I do teach a number of classes in which we do informational or persuasive writing. I often have students create a word documents strictly with their URL's and citations. Diigo gives me a new opportunity to have students keep all of their research in one place. Particularly, with my eleventh grade students, they need between 6-8 sources for their synthesis essay. Along the shuffle, some sources get misplaced along the way. Diggo is a great catch-all!
I feel that for high school students Diigo is a better resource than Symbaloo. I believe that many of my students would look at Symbaloo and feel that it was too elementary. However, I will consider giving them the option between the two (let them see demonstrations with both) before making a decision.
As for dropbox, I don't think I will be using it very often. At least, not my own personal account. I use Google drive for all of my assignments. They are well-housed and it is software I am familiar with. Building wide, we also use turnitin.com and schoology as locations for online fire sharing and submission. We also have T-drives that students can use to submit work directly to their teachers files. In the case of document submission, I don't feel ready to "rock the boat."
Sidebar: Dropbox got hacked, so check your accounts!