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By: The Read/Write Web: RSS, Blogs, Wikis, and Podcasting « Alex Ragone's Learning Blog

Mon, 11 Oct 2010 13:30:21 +0000

[...] RSS For Educators: K12 Online Conference: Quentin D’Souza [...]

By: Michael Richards

Mon, 18 Jun 2007 02:24:41 +0000

Quentin, I know that I'm late to the game but thank you for showing me some tools that I hadn't found that expands the use of RSS. Do you invision the day when people's business cards feature their RSS feed or mashup site based on their RSS feeds? That would be an interesting concept. I might have to add that to my summer list of things to do.

By: frank fernandis

Mon, 23 Apr 2007 05:28:29 +0000

The overwhelming number become student aids. Seniors get their schedule totally chaged for release time. Some whine their way into AP Psychology. These students never needed my AP class to graduate. They merely wanted an AP course or two on their transcripts without any real risk of a bad grade.

By: The Read/Write Web: RSS, Blogs, Wikis, and Podcasting at Learning Blog

Sun, 14 Jan 2007 05:22:15 +0000

[...] RSS For Educators: K12 Online Conference: Quentin D’Souza [...]

By: Quentin D'Souza

Mon, 30 Oct 2006 02:17:36 +0000

Hi Floyd, No problem - I've added it to and shared the folder for you to access the presentation and all the associated files. Use the following: to access the files and upload them as you need them. Enjoy!

By: Higgy’s Blog » "RSS for Educators" leads to thoughts…

Sun, 29 Oct 2006 13:39:13 +0000

[...] As part of my continuing involvement in the K12 Online Conference, I checked out RSS for Educators (Advanced) presentation.  The presentation was very thorough and contained a great of information about rss readers, rss feeders, and anything else that involves rss; however, the most impressive part of it was the pdf file that is included as a link titled 100 Web 2.0 Ideas for Educators.  This pdf goes through everything that you can think of that involves rss.  There are screenshots that show how to signup on website like bloglines as well as the list of 100 ideas.  One of the quotes that really got me thinking about my school website and organization was… Everyone has different perceptions of what they are reading. In this case, services that create folksonomies that appeal to a particular group of people, would be more successful in tagging material similarly. An example would be K12 educators tagging resources using the same service ScuttlEdu ( [...]

By: Floyd Geasland

Sat, 28 Oct 2006 19:07:19 +0000

I also would like to have copies of the presentations. I found them extremely helpful at pulling together what I've learned from others. It really filled in some gaps in my personal knowledge base. Is there anyway they could be posted longer than 7days? I have to get that site unblocked by my district to be able to access and they move slower then turtles answering requests.

By: Doug Belshaw

Sat, 28 Oct 2006 17:12:12 +0000

Thanks Quentin, I'm download them now... :)

By: Chris Higgins

Sat, 28 Oct 2006 01:18:15 +0000

I enjoyed the way that the presentation related all of the different forms of RSS and made sure to include websites like Bloglines and Technorati. These are the type of sources that students and parents have no idea even exist. Eventually, it seems like teacher webspaces are going to turn into wikis, with links to blogs, and all of the assignments/files are through RSS feeds. Quite a vision for education.

By: Quentin D'Souza

Thu, 26 Oct 2006 20:56:08 +0000

No problem Doug, I have posted the files to You can pick them up when you are ready. The files (11.73 mb zipped) will only be available for 7 days or 100 downloads, whichever comes first. Here is the link for the file: Hope that helps :-)