Using Feedly To Track Teacher Websites

Using Feedly To Track Teacher Websites

In my current role one of my responsibilities is to monitor teacher websites. Instead of having to check each site individually I have been using Feedly. If you are not familiar with Feedly check out an old blog post that I wrote about it.

To start the process I took about ten minutes to copy and paste the teacher site URLS into Feedly. This step can be somewhat tedious but it’s something that you have to do only once a year or whenever you add or lose a teacher. After adding the URLs to Feedly, I then created a category based on my school name and put all of the teacher sites in that category. Like magic now I have one central location that I can check to get all of their class updates. If you are blogging with your students this is a great way to quickly check in your student’s blogs. I’m sure all of us would agree that checking one site is much better than checking upwards of 120+ sites a day.

Below is a brief tutorial on how to add and categorize a site on Feedly.

 

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