There are many internet sources where educators can share their triumphs and other useful information that can be used inside and outside of the classroom. I have been introduced to the world of Diigo. On this website, anyone can post different websites that might be found useful to others. Advertising, books, blogs, and databases are just a few examples of what people share. In my college education technology and design course, we were instructed to find different sites and sources that had to do with education. We were even encouraged to do our own postings of sites.
Diigo allows you to search for different material by using "tags". These tags will lead you to different sources that have to do with what you are searching for. For example, in class we searched for "Education", "Teaching", and "Tools". By using all of these tags, we were able to find better sources and sites for what we were looking for. Most of the material found on Diigo is interesting. The people who use this archive are more than likely knowledgeable and interested in the sources and topics they follow.