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By Stephen Downes
December 17, 2004

Blogging and RSS in Education
Slides and the audio from my talk at Acadia here in Wolfville (7 megabytes). Similar to my talk of yesterday, but I spent less time on the basics and more time talking about wikis, RSS aggregation and Edu_RSS. There are some photos of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. By Stephen Downes, Stephen's Web, December 17, 2004 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

2004: Year of the Blog; 2005: Year of RSS
Jenny Levine hints at things to come for RSS... "It's killing me that I can't say more," she writes, "but I know of two major library vendors that will make big announcements about RSS in 2005. It's going to be a fun year!" Of course, the real question to ask is, what comes after RSS? By Jenny Levine, The Shifted Librarian, ecember 17, 2004 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

2,000 Words
Seb makes the same point about Encyclopedia Britannica I did in my talk today... By Seb Paquet, Seb's Open Research, December 17, 2004 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

Media RSS Module - RSS 2.0 Module
This is a proposed extension to RSS 2.0 that would allow media to be attached. It's very similar to RSS enclosures, which are used to support podcasting, but it allows for a more detailed description of the media available. By Unknown, Yahoo, December 17, 2004 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

How to Create Your Own Blog
Article offered by the Digital Divide Network with a focus on blogs in learning. The DDN site also allows you to create your own free non-commercial blog. Also in this series: How to Create Your Own DDN Community, What's RSS and Why Should I Care About it? and A Quick and Easy Guide to Creative Commons Licenses By Andy Carvin, Digital Divide Network, December 8, 2004 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

BlogMeister
Another new tool. David Warlick writes, "BlogMeister is a blogging tool that will allow educators to establish accounts and start publishing their own blog articles immediately. In addition, registered teachers can establish blog accounts for their students, making them participants in the great global conversation. What makes BlogMeister unique is that student publications must be reviewed by the teacher before they can be made public." By David Warlick, December 16, 2004 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

Carol Maker
Make your own Christmas Carol. Cooler than it sounds. By Zefrank, December 17, 2004 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

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