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Accessing Emerging Online Content in Sociology via RSS

Accessing Emerging Online Content in Sociology via RSS

RSS is critical for systematic monitoring of new web content. Creation of RSS pages allows for exposition, arrangement, and access to resources of potential value to faculty and students. RSS can promote numerous teaching and learning objectives, including familiarizing users with the great variety of sites and resources available on the Internet, encouraging users to explore specific materials of interest, and of course, helping users to stay current with emerging scholarly articles, news stories, blog posts, and multimedia. RSS reader services are plentiful and free, and can be easily adapted for use by various entities, including professional organizations, libraries, academic departments, and individual faculty members and students. The RSS model provided here relates to... Show More
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