I’m teaching a series of 3 workshops (the same session repeated) with Michael Kelly next week in San Antonio at the SITE conference. We’ve put together a wiki of curriculum we’re going to use for the workshop. My lengthiest contribution is the page on subscribing to web feeds with IE7 and Google Reader. Lots of screenshots!
That topic and several others we will address in the workshop are not just specific to the SITE blog, so if any of these resources are of interest to you feel free to use them for your own workshops! We still need to make a few more edits but this is basically ready to go.
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