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Accessing Emerging Online Content in Sociology via RSS

Abstract:

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RSS enables easy access to emerging online content. The potential of RSS to promote research and teaching is illustrated in this brief description of a model developed for use by sociology faculty and students at The University of Texas at San Antonio

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Resource Type(s):
Website 
Author(s):
Michael V Miller 
Date Published:
9/2/2015 
Subject Area:
Teaching and Learning in Sociology 
Class Level:
Any 
Class Size:
Any 
Language:
English 


Learning Goals and Assessments:

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Goal 1:
RSS is critical for systematic monitoring of new web content. Creation of RSS pages allows for exposition, arrangement, and access to resources of potential value to faculty and students.
Assessment 1:
If used in a course, students could be asked to locate, summarize, and/or synthesize relevant online content.
Goal 2:
RSS can promote diverse learning goals, including exposing users to varied resources on the Web, encouraging users to explore specific materials of interest, and helping users to stay current with journal articles, news, blog posts, and multimedia.
Assessment 2:
Students could also be asked to create RSS pages of their own, incorporating sources they find online, along with those included in model

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