Live session: RSS widgets and Personalised Home Pages – Sept 16, 2009

Classroom 2.0 Live has been sponsoring a great series of free on-line technology sessions for educators with Sue Waters. Called the Beginner Series, there’s lots of information for you even if you aren’t a beginner. […]

Google Reader : Tags have feeds

I use my Shared Items feed from Google Reader to drop odds and ends of interesting items on the sidebar of this blog. Handy, but it’s just one feed. I wanted to be able to […]

ticTOCs Table of Contents Service

ticToCs aggregates the tables of contents of over 11,000 scholarly journals from over 400 publishers. It’s easy to search for journals by title, subject or publisher. From there it’s simple to view the tables of […]

Updates to Wikispaces

Wikispaces has a fresh new look to their site and has added some new features. And they’re still giving away ad-free wikis to educators. New: Create user accounts on your own: If you have an […]

FeedMyInbox – super easy rss to email

FeedMyInbox is a fairly new tool for getting RSS content via email. And it’s dead simple to use. Enter the URL for the feed and your email address. That’s it! You’ll get an email with […]

RSS feeds for web searches

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 […]