Okay, this dog is going to anger management. After our recent barking on Sipping MERLOT's RSS Feeds: Is this Boone's Farm or Dom Perignon?, we enjoyed some good discussion with some MERLOT insiders. The bottom line is that MERLOT still has a fabulous wealth of intstructional resources, and should be on the ...

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Dynamic RSS feeds are available now from searches performed at my.OAI, the tool for digging through a series of idatabases available as Open Archives. my.OAI is a full-featured search engine to a selected list of metadata databases from the Open Archives Initiative project. All searches performed at my.OAI, even is guest mode ...

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I've been tinkering a bit with the site here- getting into adding new MovableType templates and moving commonly used code pieces into modules, but more or less, this is mild hacking away until it works. The additions include some new categories: * MLX - about the Maricopa Learning eXchange) * RSS - ...

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Still getting used to my new iSight, a nifty fireware camera for Apple OSX computers coupled with iChat AV allows beautifully clear, sharp, audio/video chat via broadband connections. Not only is it well-designed in typical Apple fashion (oops, there goes my bias), but what I also enjoyed was the cleverness of ...

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The wiki for TheFuss has moved to a new, more nicely presented location (thanks to CSS and Brian!). TheFuss wiki is a growing resource about RSS, learning objects, etc that myself, Brian Lamb, and D'Arcy Norman presented July 11, 2003 for the LOVCOP teleconference (LOVCOP=Learning Objects Virtual Community of Practice). (more…)

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From Quinnipiac University comes this gem: Blogging Across the Curriculum. Pattie Belle Hastings from the Interactive Design Department shares this resource that rose from her 2002 experiments on using student weblogs as alternatives to paper design jounrals. Her site provides a nice overview of blogging, how to blog, the role of ...

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A very well written introduction to RSS: RSS - A Primer for Publishers and Content Providers (I cannot locate quickly what the "EEVL" acronym stands for but it is a UK resource for engineers). I like the plain language yet the forways into some of the details of producing RSS. <tiphat>Tip of ...

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I am all for expanding the use of RSS, and new things are popping up every day. However, stuffing an entire newsletter inside an RSS feed as listed at Lockergnome (referring to Barbara Feldman's "Ezine-Tips" on Using RSS to Deliver Newsletters seems to me a bad trend of stuffing ...

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