RSS, which stands for "really simple syndication," is a format of feed which can automatically update provide users with a stripped down version of the contents of a site. In some RSS feed websites, users can create posts and post links and comment on posts on the feed. RSS feeds can be useful for educational contexts where groups might want to have a space to share links among one-another and have conversations about those links on the page.
Free/Libre and Open Source RSS Options
- RSS Bandit (BSD License)
- RSS Owl (Eclipse Public License (EPL))
- RSS Builder (GNU General Public License version 2.0 (GPLv2))
- Makagiga (Apache License 2.0)
What are different aspects of RSS feeds that might be useful for educational collaboration?
Groups can have a page on a website or independent website for collaboratively bookmarking webpages that might be relevant to their interests and themes.
How to use it
DESCRIPTION AND LINKS TO RESOURCES
LIST OF LESS ETHICAL SOFTWARE IT REPLACES
- "What is an RSS Feed". Digital Trends.