Posts Tagged ‘RSS feeds’

During the Fall 2010 semester, I’ll use this blog mostly to communicate with students enrolled in CGT 512 – see the course website for more information.

I will post a lot of relevant information here – about your assignments, as well as brief additional readings on topics related to computer interface usability.

So, it’s very important that you follow this blog closely. You can click the top right “Sign me up!” button to subscribe to this blog and receive each new post in your email. Or, if you use an RSS feed reader daily, grab the URL to subscribe that way.

If you need a refresher on RSS feeds and RSS feed readers, they are explained in an older blog post.

Or, watch the much niftier video below, that wasn’t available back when I made the screencast:

Get your own blog at wordpress.com. Need help figuring out the wordpress dashboard? All you need to know is on wordpress.tv – but if it’s not, please ask me!

Some helpful tips:

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Google Reader is the tool you use to read blogs.

After you figure out how to use the tool, you need to figure out what blogs to read.
Start with the class blog http://pprprofmv.wordpress.com and maybe with my other blog, http://www.prconnections.net.
As you discover other blogs or I tell you about them, you may decide to subscribe to them and read them. For example, Kevin Dugan’s The Bad Pitch Blog is a must-read. See my previous post about Kevin.