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Wouldn’t it be powerful if you, as a teacher or educator, could bookmark content on the web and then have it automatically archived for student viewing in a Microsoft OneNote notebook? When I did that earlier today, the process worked like magic! And all you need is your free Microsoft OneNote account, a free Diigo for Educators account, and a free If This Then That ( account.
Note: Do you have a OneNote Notebook for students set up? For the purposes of this blog entry, let’s call it “World History – First Period” without quotes. Inside that Notebook, create a Section called “Resources,” which is where your new web page links will be saved when you bookmark them using Diigo.
Step 1 – Create accounts, if you don’t already have them.
  1. Create your free Diigo for Education Account.
  2. Create your free account.
  3. OneNote, available at no-cost, requires a Microsoft account. If you don’t have one already, you can always set one up for free.

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