Saturday, January 05, 2008

Using FeedBlendr to keep up with everything!

A Professional Development Quick Tip

When signing up for an EVO session, there are many sites to keep track of. For example, for Blogging for Educators, we have a Yahoo Group, two blogs, a wiki, bookmarks, Twitter, and so on! It seems like an impossible task to keep up with everything in one session, let alone two or more! Then, I came across FeedBlendr, which "lets you combine a bunch of feeds into one," according to their site.

I used FeedBlendr to create a feed for the online community of practice, Learning with Computers, and put it on my personal professional development Pageflakes. So far this has been a great way to keep track of "everything" related to LwC. I'm glad I perused Daf's del.icio.us bookmarks to find this great tip! Give it a try during EVO and see if it works for you too!

Related posts
Happy New Year (about joining this year's EVO sessions)
B4B Week Three Summary (a link to the live session held with Phil Hollows from Feedblitz during last year's Blogging for Beginners EVO session)



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3 comments:

Carla Raguseo said...

Great tip, Mary!

I give this tool a try during our Blogging4Educators session and we'll share experiences.

Thanks a lot!

Hugs :)

nagora said...

Hi Mary!

It's a pleasure to read your postings here. You share wonderful knowledge with everyone.
Thanks a lot. I feel happy to be part of the group of blogging4educators moderators.

I always learn from you so much.

{{{{BIG HUG}}}}

Mary H said...

Hi Carla and Nina,
It is always exciting to start a new adventure! Co-moderating Blogging4Educators will be a challenging, yet enriching experience. We'll be trying all kinds of new tools, meeting new people, and most importantly, working together as part of a fantastic team!! Let the FUN begin ;)