Published June 1, 2007
Tags: information management, RSS
» Google Gears looks the absolute business if you use an RSS reader. It appears that it allows you to view unread articles offline.
Afeeda is a recent addition to the world of RSS. It has a particular feature that could be of use in the eLearning world – namely the ability to generate group feeds.
This might of use when using blogs within a course by adding feeds from all the participants in one place, thus facilitating collaboration/ community.
The site offers the following:
Personal feeds – for aggregating all of your created content, include your blog, flickr feed, del.icio.us bookmarks or any other RSS that you create.
Group feeds for – aggregating content from several sources, probably published by several people. This could be a set of subject matter experts or a combination of official news sources, or any combination of those!
Event feeds are – aggregating content coming from a conference or physical event
I am wondering whether this might be useful as part of a PLE?