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Using RSS to Keep Up in Research: The Google Reader
 

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Learn how to keep up with and discover new literature in your field by using RSS feeds, social bookmarking, & other social networking tools.

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    Using RSS to Keep Up in Research: The Google Reader Using RSS to Keep Up in Research: The Google Reader Presentation Transcript

    • Using RSS to Keep Up in Research: The Google Reader
    • Introductions • Do you use RSS now? • In your Research?
    • Who Here Reads Newspapers?
    • News Story Syndication Story appears here Story is written
    • Syndication
    • Syndication Appears in many papers
    • Reading Newspapers
    • RSS is like reading newspapers Lots of newspapers s!
    • What is RSS? RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication
    • From “Push” to “Pull”
    • RSS in Plain English http://snipurl.com/1w8wi
    • “My” Google Reader
    • Types of Information RSS Can Bring to You • News Headlines • Web 2.0 – • News Search Results Blogs – Blog Search Results • Organizational News & – Del.icio.us Updates – Flickr Groups • Clinical Guidelines – Wikis • Grant Opportunities – Youtube • Journal Table of Contents – more … • Web Searches
    • Examples of RSS Feeds: NIH Grants
    • Examples of RSS Feeds: Blogs
    • Examples of RSS Feeds: Pubmed Search
    • Examples of RSS Feeds: Table of Contents
    • Google Reader • http://www.google.com/reader
    • Google Reader • Sign in with free account
    • RSS Feed: Subscribing • 1. Find a feed. • 2. Find the RSS link . • 3. Copy the URL or link. • 4. Go to Google Reader. • 5. Click on Add Subscription. • 6. Paste in the link. • 7. Organize the new feed into your folders or subject structure.
    • Subscribing • Some pages offer buttons you can just click on to add a feed. • This allows you to skip steps 2-6!
    • Step 1 (Find Webpage) • Google News Search
    • Step 2 (Find RSS Link)
    • Step 3 (Copy Link) or This skips steps 4-6
    • Step 4 (Go to Reader)
    • Step 5 (Add Feed) • Click on Add subscription • This expands to give you space to paste the URL.
    • Step 6 (Paste Link) • Paste the URL in the box, then click ADD.
    • Step 7 (Sort Feed) The feed might look like this Manage subscriptions allow you to group feeds
    • Step 7 (Sort Feed) • Choose a topic folder or create a new folder. • TIP: When you view a folder, you see the newest items for the topic all integrated together.
    • “My” Google Reader
    • Other Neat Things to Do With RSS • Environmental scanning and market research • Get weather reports, daily cartoons, sports scores … • Feed from social bookmarking sites like http://del.icio.us • Helvetireader - http://helvetireader.com/ – Firefox greasemonkey userscript • ticTOCS - http://www.tictocs.ac.uk • RefWorks – RSS • TWU Libraries’ journal alerting service page: http://www.twu.edu/library/alerting-service.asp
    • Helvetireader
    • ticTOCs
    • Thank You! GREG HARDIN, M.L.S. REFERENCE LIBRARIAN TEXAS WOMAN'S UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES P.O. BOX 425528 :: DENTON , TEXAS :: 76204 940-898-3712 (w) | 940-898-3808 (fax) ghardin@mail.twu.edu http://myweb.twu.edu/~ghardin/RSS.pdf