Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Wednesday, May 12, 2004

Discovering, UndeRSStanding, Learning

Eva Kaplan-Leiserson, Associate Editor of Learning Circuits, brings together in an excellent article the key trends underlying RSS potential in learning and education. "[RSS]'s not the acronym that's important, it's the result: a means of driving content directly from its producer to its recipient automatically, almost instantaneously, and without interference from viruses, spam, or other modern day electronic pests. This article will help you understand not only what RSS is, but also why it's getting the hype it is in the world of content, what its potential is in the learning arena, and how it's already being used in educational settings."



Reference: Learning Circuits [ Read more ]
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