Short video that covers the creation of blogs, the role of RSS feeds, and the aggregation of RSS feeds. For the past year I have been requiring my students to document their work and use a personal blog site to comment on their work and synthesize different types of peripheral studio information. As our studio format has moved to two days a week, the blog gives me a chance to see what my students are up to in the days between studios and gives me an easy ways to comment. The RSS feed keeps me up to date by notifying me when something is added to one of their blogs.
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