Two RSS Workshops…
RSS on Wednesday: Staying afloat with current biomedical research can be overwhelming. Imagine that you could have one single list of articles from your favorite journals, newspapers, web sites, and blogs, which you could peruse at your leisure. This hands-on workshop is intended to provide a fun and informative introduction to RSS, which make it easy to stay up-to-date with new research and hot topics. Hands-on practice setting up and using your own Google Reader account is included.
RSSII on Friday: We will demonstrate advanced features of Google Reader, including sharing, bulk import & export of feeds, and subscription management. Time will be allotted at the end for specific questions and hands-on help. Recommended Experience: To get the most out of this class you should know how to find and subscribe to RSS feeds and have a Google Reader account.
RSS is on Tuesday, RSS Part II, on Wednesday.
Dates: Wednesday, October 10th and Friday, October 12th, 2012
Time: 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM
Location: Ebling Library, Rm. 3268 map
You must enter the library on 2nd floor and then take the stairs or the elevator to access room 3268. Ask for directions at the Service Desk.
Questions about this event?
Contact Allan Barclay for more information at eblingdropins at library.wisc.edu or 262-3957
Fall colors near the lake, by Ebling. Photo and design by Michael Venner.