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RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
RSS - Bringing information to you
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RSS - Bringing information to you

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A presentation for Students 2.0 about RSS.

A presentation for Students 2.0 about RSS.

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  • 1. RSS - finding what you're interested in and bringing information to you
  • 2. RSS
    Really Simple Syndication
    Bringing information TO YOU!
    (online, not the snail mail way!)
  • 3. Why is this important for students?
    You can help to drive your own learning
  • 4. You read about what interests you
  • 5. You find the people who are interested in what interests you
  • 6. A good way to start
  • 7. Define your search terms – try to find people writing about your area of interest
  • 8. Read the writing of others - make a connection. Learn from them and comment
  • 9. Find what people are reading- look for lists of blogs they read
  • 10. Once you’ve found like minds, subscribe to the feed from their site
  • 11. Make a decision about how you will manage your feeds
    Netvibes
  • 12. Google Reader
  • 13. Google Reader
  • 14. Google Reader
  • 15. Google Reader
  • 16. Google Reader
  • 17. Netvibes
  • 18. Netvibes
  • 19. Netvibes – adding RSS feeds
  • 20. iGoogleLook at these tutorials on YouTubePart 1 & Part 2 by David Young
  • 21. Once you’ve started to read what others are doing, make sure you comment
    Start making connections
  • 22. Picture credits
    Slide 1: http://www.flickr.com/photos/15319336@N07/2060971239
    Slide 2: http://www.flickr.com/photos/uzvards/2481348414/
    Slide 3: http://www.flickr.com/photos/senoranderson/3363262014/
    Slide 4: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gusilu/2798744891/
    Slide 5: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rama_miguel/3485095631/
    Slide 10: : http://www.flickr.com/photos/15319336@N07/2060971239
    Slide 11: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sepblog/3546147454/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/35175871@N05/3451974178/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/blvesboy/2229509864/
    Slide 19: http://www.flickr.com/photos/37102254@N00/3005759088
    Slide 21: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lumaxart/2137735924/

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