This 20 minute screencast describes how I’ve used the commercial software program FeedForAll for Mac (it is also available for Windows) to update the web feeds or XML feeds for the 2008 K-12 Online Conference. This presentation is being submitted as a contribution to the notk12onlineconference.org website. If you have suggestions or better ways to do any of the things discussed and referenced in this screencast, please let me know! I’d love to know better ways to do this. There are multiple ways to create podcast RSS feeds. This one takes a lot of “clicks,” but it does provide the functionality we need (and perceive our community needs) for the K-12 Online Conference. This screencast was recorded using ScreenFlow (commercial) software, and compressed with iSquint (free) software (discontinued but still available for download.)
- K-12 Online Conference
- FeedForAll for Mac software (commercial)
- FeedForAll for Windows software (commercial)
- Online MB to KB converter (free)
- ScreenFlow software (commercial)
- ISquint software (free but discontinued)
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