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Google Reader

An RSS newsreader from Google that was launched in 2005. Google Reader was enhanced several times over the years, and although there were many devoted users, Google discontinued the product in 2013. See newsreader.
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The race is on to build a Google Reader replacement - here are a few candidates...
The timing of the Keep announcement was chilling, coming only a few days after the announcement that, in July, Google will shut down its popular Google Reader site.
A number of basic web tools can help: blogging services, RSS aggregators such as Google Reader and Bloglines, Google docs, Dropbox, and archiving and notetaking software like Evernote.
The first of these, standard 7, asks students to "conduct short as well as more sustained research projects based on focused questions, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation." Apps that fill this description include Pearltrees, a community of information, Google Scholar, Google Reader, and Diigo.
She discusses user-generated learning and the basis in adult learning theory, and each of its phases--curation, reflection, and contribution--with correlating tools such as building an online resource, commenting on blogs, professional development sessions, tagging, Flipboard, and Google Reader. Each chapter has teacher cases, face-to face protocols, supporting research, technology tools, and a to-do list.
Reeder--Jeff Yerkey, web and interactive director for Right Hat, said: "The single biggest workflow saver I use is the 'lash-up' between Google Reader and an iPhone/iPad app called Reeder (reederapp.com).
Take advantage of traditional social media mediums including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google Reader to keep you up-to-date on the latest news and developments in the corrections world.
As options, Google suggests checking out a variety of podcasting applications in its Google Play online store and managing podcast subscriptions on Google Reader, the company's RSS feed tool.
On the other hand, with social media and blog RSS feeds; you can "like" on Facebook, "follow" on Twitter or LinkedIn, and subscribe to your favorite blogs (via Google Reader), and you'll begin to receive regular updates as these sources update their content.
The tried and true Google Reader app lets you easily track your favorite websites and blogs in one location, and then share interesting articles with family and friends.
Feeds can be sent to an email address or accessed through a news reader like Google Reader.
Based on reader feedback, the iPad edition of Flipboard also includes the following additions: a third page in the Flipboard Table of Contents gives readers more tiles, now with a total of 32 tiles; new first launch experience during which a reader can pick topics of interest to get started; the ability to add a specific Google Reader folder as a Flipboard tile; as well as a simple way to get international content with recommended regional reading.