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Using RSS in the Classroom

I am not quite sure whether RSS is really simple for the average people or even for our educators in the classroom. The problem is once you already know how to play with those kind of subscription you have to learn how to deal with hundreds and sometimes thousands of pieces of information. It's a necesity to learn How to Read your Feeds.

Mark Wagner trying to explain why do you need RSS, says: RSS saves you time by bringing the updates to you when they are available..

Since our schools are designed to work with projects or small research in my own words, the students also can benefit from the RSS feeds. W. Richardson suggests: Say you have a student that is doing a project or a paper on global warming. He can create a RSS feed that would bring any news about that matter in his aggregator as soon as it was published.

Are you ready to start working with any of the most popular feed readers? How do you plan to read over a hundred subscriptions daily? What about your students[ES], will be able to cope that quantity?

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  1. It's a double edged sword, RSS provides us with a huge amount of information at our fingertips. It's up to us, however, to learn how to manage that data.