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Blogs and RSS John Dorner email@example.com/ampic/2006/
What is a Blog? Short for Web Log An online journal Soap box Usually personal Easy to post Often allow comments
Examples for Extension Demonstration updates Your observations and thoughts Departmental updates Crop observations Extension office News Extension Newsletters
Blogs to check out TechTalk –blogs.lib.ncsu.edu/page/techtalk Tech, Knowledge and Community –http://www.extension.iastate.edu/mt /dcoates/ The Beef Blog Presentation Zen Creating Passionate Users
Why Blog Share Information! Everyone else is doing it Public expectations Share information Can be personal Can be organizational
Where do I start? blogger.com spaces.msn.com www.typepad.com ($) blogs.lib.ncsu.edu MANY others
What is RSS? Rich Site Summary Really Simple Syndication News Feed –Your own AP or Reuters
Uses For Agents Keep up-to-date –How do you find all the stuff you do? I dont, it finds me – Kevin Gamble, eXtension Read Blogs Push your content
Online Feed Readers Online –Google (personalized home page) –Yahoo (personalized home page) –NewsGator –Bloglines –MANY MORE
Other News Readers FireFox Thunderbird MSIE 7 Dedicated readers –FeedReader –Sharpreader –Aggie –NetNewsWire (Mac) –Many others
Questions? John Dorner firstname.lastname@example.org This PowerPoint is available at: www.nacaa.com/ampic/2006/
COLLABORATING WITH OTHERS. Web 2.0 and Social Networking.
What is a Wiki? (and why would extension agents want to use one?) John Dorner
Blogs & RSS: What they can mean to your library Michael Sauers, Internet Trainer, BCR CO SLA, 3 rd November 2004.
1 Introduction to RSS and News Aggregators. 2 Reading Blogs OK: As a Web page –Must visit multiple sites to check for updates Better: Via a RSS Feed –Updates.
Keeping up to date with new research Nicola Conway Liaison Librarian.
What is an RSS Feed and How Do You Set One Up Melissa Higgs-Horwell Jennifer Schwelik.
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WEB 2.0 TOOLS: MAKING THEIR SPACE A LEARNING SPACE SUNY TLT 2006 Innovate, Collaborate, Educate: Moving Forward Together Dr. Richard Glass, MAT/STA/CMP.
Slide 1 smallbiztrends.com Blogs: Today’s Marketing and Sales Tool for Business SEM Made Simple Anita Campbell – May 2007.
Sponsored by the CAHE Technology Help Desk New Ways to Share Information: Blogging Barbara Chamberlin & Sonja Jo Serna.
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RSS, real simple syndication Skills: subscribe to feeds, read feeds IT concepts: RSS feed, polling vs. publish- subscribe, stand-alone vs Web based reader,
What is RSS? Kate Pitcher ©
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Keeping up to date with new research Laura Jeffrey Researcher Training Librarian.
RSS F EEDS Greg Vogl, Research and Development Services Colorado State University Libraries December 9, 2008.
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