This becomes creates a useful tool for instructors who want to provide continuously updated material to students. It can be used to direct student attention to specific sites/sources.
Type of Material:
Identify Major Learning Goals:
1. Explain what RSS is
2. Explain how to find RSS feeds
3. Teach instructors how to build their own feed
4. Introduce basic style changes
Target Student Population:
Grade School , Middle School , High School , College General Ed , Graduate School , Professional
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic understanding of web page development
There seems to be a wealth of information and it might be intimidating to new users.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
The information well written, which makes it easy to follow. The Build tab is easy to follow and the process builds an easy to copy and paste script to insert.
No noticeable problems. A contact page would be useful or a forum for users to share tips and tricks.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
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