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    • RSS  feeds   June 2013Presented  by  Carlo  FiorlettaTARGET  AUDIENCE: EDUCATIONAL  TECHNOLOGYTeachers,  Students,  grade  7  and  aboveParents,   Administrators
    • QUESTION:How  long  will  this  take????????????ANSWER:Just  a  couple  of  minutes.
    • What  does  RSS  mean?Really  Simple  SyndicationYou  may  also  see  it  calledRich  Site  SummaryOnline  Publishers  make  data  available  to  Subscribers
    • Blogs,  Wikis,  Podcasts  and  Other  Powerful  Web  Tools  for  Classroomsby  Will  Richardson,  and  published  by  Corwin  Presscalls  RSS:  The  New  Killer  App  for  EducatorsSetting  up  an  RSS  Feed  ReaderBloglines.com  suggested  interfaces  with  twitter,  facebook  and  linkedin  )  Google  Reader  is  good.Sign  up  for  Google  reader  and  find  RSS  feeds
    • but.  .  .Google  Reader  is  going  away  in  July  2013."Goodbye  Google  Reader"But  there  are  other  alternatives:www.bloglines.commy.yahoo.comwww.newsgator.comhttp://www.zdnet.com/goodbye-­‐google-­‐reader-­‐here-­‐are-­‐five-­‐rss-­‐alternatives-­‐7000012604/
    • Advantages  of  RSS  feeds:for  Publisher:  RSS  feeds  benefit  publishers  by  letting  them  syndicate  content  automatically.For  subscriber:Convenience:  Can  get  automatic  email  deliveryPrivate:  You  do  not  have  to  share  an  email  address
    • Cons:  Information  overload  Filtering  unwanted  informationWaste  of  computer  resources.  
    • Finding  and  Adding  FeedsSign  up  for  Google  reader  and  find  RSS  feeds(  if  you  have  a  gmail  account  ,  you  already  have  it.)Search  for  "RSS  "  and  your  subject  and  look  for  one  of  these  icons:  
    • YouLOVERSS  FeedsYou  want MULTIPLEfeeds  on  a  page.you  need  .  .  .  
    • AGGREGATORSTEACHERS DISCOVERING COMPUTERS: INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY IN A CONNECTED WORLDby Gary B. Shelly, Glenda A. Gunter, Randolph E. Guntermentions  some:
    • PAGEFLAKES
    • NETVIBES
    • Some  Education  useshttp://www.edweek.org/ew/section/feeds/http://www.readingrockets.org/newsletters/rss/http://www.surfnetkids.com/rss_feeds.htm
    • PUBLISHINGRSSpect  -­‐  offers  a  free  automated,  reliable  RSS  serviceneed  an  RSS  feed  for  personal  website?  popular  blog  (Web  Log)  managers  offer  built-­‐in  RSS:WordpressBloggerRadioEasily  share  students’  work.
    • THE  END