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Setting Up Your Google RSS Reader<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Getting Started<br />Sign into your Google  Account, select “even more” from the “more” link and look for this icon.<br />...
Getting Your Feed Set Up <br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />If you have a specific one in mind. <br />You’ll n...
Browsing for Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Search by key words. <br />
Subscribing to Sources<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Subscribe here. <br />
Viewing and Managing Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Subscriptions Settings<br />
Viewing and Managing Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Preferences Settings<br />
Viewing and Managing Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Folders & Tags (for organization) Setting...
Viewing and Managing Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Goodies Settings<br />
Viewing and Managing Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />“Send to” Settings – another way to embed...
Viewing Subscriptions and Sharing<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />To view articles and share them, simply cl...
Sharing and Managing Your RSS Feed<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Your shared items, as they appear in list...
Sharing and Managing Your RSS Feed<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Your shared items can be viewed in expand...
Sharing Settings for Your RSS Feed<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />This is where you can adjust how your “sh...
Viewing Your Online Shared Items Page<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />To preview your “shared” items page, s...
How Your RSS Feed Will Work for You<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Will funnel relevant articles concerning...
Check and manage your subscriptions and shared items, at least once a week.
Respond to at least one of the articles you encounter, once a week. </li></li></ul><li>What will “feed” your ideas?<br />C...
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  1. 1. Setting Up Your Google RSS Reader<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  2. 2. Getting Started<br />Sign into your Google Account, select “even more” from the “more” link and look for this icon.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  3. 3. Getting Your Feed Set Up <br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />If you have a specific one in mind. <br />You’ll need to subscribe to the relevant sources, concerning issues in education today. <br />Search by key words. <br />
  4. 4. Browsing for Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Search by key words. <br />
  5. 5. Subscribing to Sources<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Subscribe here. <br />
  6. 6. Viewing and Managing Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Subscriptions Settings<br />
  7. 7. Viewing and Managing Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Preferences Settings<br />
  8. 8. Viewing and Managing Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Folders & Tags (for organization) Settings<br />
  9. 9. Viewing and Managing Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Goodies Settings<br />
  10. 10. Viewing and Managing Subscriptions<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />“Send to” Settings – another way to embed your RSS into your Blogger.<br />
  11. 11. Viewing Subscriptions and Sharing<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />To view articles and share them, simply click on the subscription in the menu, view the articles, and select “share” in the lower menu bar.<br />
  12. 12. Sharing and Managing Your RSS Feed<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Your shared items, as they appear in list format. To read the original article, simply click on the title.<br />
  13. 13. Sharing and Managing Your RSS Feed<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Your shared items can be viewed in expanded format by clicking on the link. In addition, you can “unshare” an item if you wish, by selecting this option in the menu bar that appears at the bottom of the expanded article. <br />
  14. 14. Sharing Settings for Your RSS Feed<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />This is where you can adjust how your “shared” items page will appear as an online location. <br />
  15. 15. Viewing Your Online Shared Items Page<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />To preview your “shared” items page, simple click on this link. <br />
  16. 16. How Your RSS Feed Will Work for You<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />Will funnel relevant articles concerning the issues surrounding education today.<br />Provide the material you will respond to in your weekly blogs.<br />Provide you with real world context for the units you will be preparing to post on your wiki page.<br />Serve as a means of knowledge and information to your classmates, by embedding it into your blog.<br />So, don’t forget to:<br /><ul><li>Embed your RSS into your blog as a gadget.
  17. 17. Check and manage your subscriptions and shared items, at least once a week.
  18. 18. Respond to at least one of the articles you encounter, once a week. </li></li></ul><li>What will “feed” your ideas?<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  19. 19. Thanks to:<br />http://icojoy.com/lj/free/rss/rss.jpg(image)<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />

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