Building on the code done for adding RSS to our DirectorWeb site, it took less than an hour to integrate it into our Teaching & Learning on the Web. Once again, adding RSS was wonderfully simple. You can find this new feed at http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/tl/new.rss (more…)

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Cogdogblog will be off-line between July 24 (6:00 pm PST) to July 28 (7:00 AM PST). There is some new power generator going in the building, and they are pulling the plug on all computers, networks, and servers. What will we do? Take a blog-break and going outside to chase some ...

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I have just hacked together a script to generate RSS feeds for the items posted to the front of Director Web, our long standing web resource site for users of Macromedia Director. Although, I have not touched the inside of Director for about a year or two, this site still generates ...

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Wow, it is not even 15 minutes following our teleconference on "What's The Fuss about RSS?" and already George has posted some great summary points, elearnspace blog: The Fuss about RSS - Summary. How did I know? I glanced at my NetNewsWire RSS aggregatos and saw not only George's new blog ...

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Okay folks. We have polished off most of the rough edges of the wiki part of our presentation on What's the Fuss abour RSS? and are here tossing it out for your viewing. Update (Sept 3, 2003) The wiki has been spiffed up and moved to http://careo.elearning.ubc.ca/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?TheFuss (more…)

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This is just a pre-notice teaser for our upcoming LOVCOP teleconference on July 11, 2003: What's the Fuss about RSS?. Tune in at 9 am Pacific, 10 am Mountain, 11 am Central, noon Eastern. For access details (it is a toll free call), rush and click over to the LOVCOP site ...

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After a bit of summer vacation (actually field work in Montana), Lora the Geologist (who is blogging about learning obejcts in geology) has found the news that About.com is now syndicating their content via RSS, and very quickly she has added a feed for their Geology collection to her ...

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Each May we organize a year-end "Ocotillo" retreat for faculty and staff in our system to spend some focused time on instructional technology issues. This year, the theme was "Guess Who's Coming To Learn?": What do we know about our students and their motivations for learning? Are our planning activities based ...

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The highly touted (well maybe in my mind) right side feature of the CDB site, Google of the Week is actually a poor person's RSS feed, probably one of the easiest ways to syndicate content is to link to a search that produces a customized query result. This week, just to ...

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Scott at EdTechPost recently blogged about a desire for an RSS feed from the Low Threshold Applications site, a collection of how-tos for teachers, designed to be powerful tasks they can do with a minimum of fuss. The LTA site is one of those ideal for RSS-ifying: there is a ...

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The more you click around the web, the more you see information rich sites that could do a little bit more good by adding RSS feeds to their content. It's even worse when you scan the URLs and sense that the content is idling away in a database. Like Clara ...

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a blog/wiki paper for the July 11, 2003 LOVCOP teleconference Learning Objects Virtual Community of Practice http://www.educause.edu/vcop/learningobjects/ Alan Levine, Maricopa Community Colleges Brian Lamb, University of British Columbia D'Arcy Norman, University of Calgary Casting aside stuffy academic papers and endless PowerPoint bullets, we will present our ideas on RSS and learning objects via a collection ...

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