I’m working with the Mid-Hudson Library System on a 10 week 23 things online learning project, which is part of their Building Your Base project, a 2 year grant funded project focusing on helping library staff explore new ways to connect their communities.
The example here is an RSS feed for the Hudson Valley Reads readers advisory newsletters. (more…)
Most of us have a few (or many!) topics that we do repeat searches on in the big search engines. This might be a research topic you’re trying to keep up to date on, your library’s name or even your own name. An RSS feed for a subject search can save you some time by automatically send you recent changes in the top hits for your favorite search. (Reminds me of setting up SDI searches in Dialog many moons ago!) But none of the major search engines make it easy to set up an RSS feed for a general search.
So thanks to Digital Inspiration for this tip on how to create an RSS feed for a subject search (more…)
feevy lets you put updates from other blogs on your sidebar. Instead of a static list of links to other blogs (or in addition to), readers will see the latest entries from your selection of blogs. See sidebar for an example.
After signing up for an account, you add each blog address and select a generic icon for each blog or upload an image/avatar for each blog.