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What would you do with this list of L&D bloggers?


This is not meant to be a rhetorical question. The E-Learning Council in the US is currently asking readers to vote for their top 10 elearning bloggers. It is a great list and I am presuming that readers will cast their vote - I have. I would encourage you to do so, especially as there are some great British bloggers/practitioners to be supported.

No, the reason I ask is that lists like this are a fantastic resource. So, if you have the time, try and make the most of them. Apologies if I am now teaching you to suck eggs but this is what I do when I come across such a list.

I go to the website mentioned (there are 30 here so it will take a little time) and find the RSS feed - usually indicated by this logo:

I then cut and paste the RSS feed into my RSS reader - there are a few you can use but I use Google Reader.

I then go through the list of blogs and add all the RSS feeds to my Google Reader account, one by one. I then add all these feeds to a folder within Google Reader. This then gives me a view of the latest posts from all these bloggers - all in one place. It looks like this:

And from this folder I can share posts with others in Google. The main benefit for me is that I now have a way of keeping up to date with some of the leading thinkers in the field. As I add to this folder it becomes a more useful resource.

Whilst I was visiting these blogs I also followed authors on Twitter. Now I can add them to a twitter list. That's a job for another day.

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