RSS- Really Simple Syndication

RSS allows you be notified when a web site has been updated.
A growing number of web sites are adding an RSS "feed" to their site. Most of the time, you'll find the feed(s) by looking for a little button or link that says "XML", "RSS", or "Syndicate this site".
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When you see the button or link- you've found the feed for that site. An RSS "feed" is the website's way of alerting subscribers that the website has been updated. It feeds subscribers the latest updates that have occurred on the web site.


Using RSS for Research

MIT Guide to RSS and Research

Tufts University Guide to RSS and Research

Bloglines

Article from Edutopia on RSS



Great Listserv’s for Hearing About eField Trips and Collaborative Projects


1. TWICE listserv

2. CILC Membership

3. K-12 Videoconferencing

4. SBC Listserv

5.eField Trip News

6.Internet2 K20 Initiative



Blogs about Videoconferencing and Connecting Beyond your Classroom Walls


Keep up with others who are promoting, mentoring and encouraging videoconferencing as an educational tool to motivate and enhance student learning.

Link to CILC List of Blogs of Interest

Link to AT&T Newsgroups/E-mail Lists/Blogs