Library 2.0 Seminar at Ohio State University

I gave a talk at The Ohio State University’s Library 2.0 seminar today. My talk was titled “RSS Basics and Beyond: Tips and Tricks for Getting the Most out of Syndicated Content.” In it, I gave an overview of RSS, feed aggregators, and showed several easy ways libraries can take advantage of RSS to improve communication with their patrons, communities, and staffs. OSU has a copy of the handout.

If you’re an RSS4Lib reader and will be at part two on Thursday, introduce yourself!

UPDATE 5 July 2007: OSU taped and digitized the presentations at the conference. You can see mine (RSS Basics and Beyond) or link to any of the others on the Library 2.0 Seminar web site.