The term RSS may be part of the normal vocabulary of teachers attending conferences like the National Educational Computing Conference, but mention RSS to many teachers, administrators, and parents, and youâ€™re likely to receive some blank stares. However, RSS is a cornerstone of the second-generation Web 2.0 world, and understanding its potential uses can open up a multitude of possibilities for you and your students. So hereâ€™s an overview of this key piece of technology that is helping to define a new era of interactive content publishing.
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- Mobile Video Editing with ReelDirector on an iPhone4 #edapp - 2010
- Tech Support for Parents - 2010
- No alternative to the RTTT / Duncan Education Reform Plan Offered by Fallin - 2010
- Reasons I love Blip.tv and Screenr - 2009
- Forgo the big stick, carry a small computer instead - 2008
- Exploring Amazon S3 Backup Options with Jungle Disk and Bandwagon - 2008
- Digital Witness from Pearl Harbor - 2007
- Encouraging learners to use and author WikiPedia - 2007