What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a format which
allows you to stay well informed with new information
from the Internet without having to browse from website
Using an RSS Feed Reader or Aggregator allows a
subscriber to pull in the RSS feeds from various sites.
Web feeds benefit publishers by letting them syndicate
An RSS Feed Reader or Aggregator Software can be web-
based, desktop-based, or mobile-device-based. Most
commonly used feed readers are:
Videos for rss feed
What are they used for?
Why did I choose this tool?
I. Something very new and interesting.
II. New information fed directly to my aggregator.
III.Accessible from any computer.
Time Management Information Overload
1. Future Work – I will be able to use this tool no
matter what I may do in the future: Teaching
English as an Additional Language (EAL), Facilitating
Workshops, or Project Based Learning.
2. Personal Use – I can use this tool to subscribe to
feeds in entertainment, news, health, travel, etc.
3. Current Work – I can see this tool working for
Employment Manitoba to grab current up-to-date
information on Labour Market Information, New
Courses provided by Post-Secondary Colleges or
Universities, and News Releases from the Manitoba
Government. We currently have access through
Microsoft Outlook to pull in feeds.
4. Personal Learning Environment – I am using this
tool to a variety of websites on Emerging
Technologies and Digital Learning.
My interest in this tool is primarily because:
• It can reduce my time by pulling in up-to-date
information from the internet automatically.
•It is applicable in my personal life as well as
my business life.
• Can be accessed by my phone or any
• It can be used asynchronously or anytime and