Using Feedly to Share Collections with Students

As discussed in a previous post, creating lists or “Feeds” in Feedly is pretty simple, and can be very useful.  In the classroom, it can allow you to share specific lists with specific classes or grade levels.  If you’re willing to make the $5/month investment in Feedly Pro, you have access to share both Feeds and Boards (learn more about Feedly Boards here).  Feedly’s blog created this particular post showing you how to make the most of Shared features.  This is especially helpful for classes like Government, Current Affairs, or Business.  Really it could be useful in any subject area, as you can stay up to date on Nat Geo findings, or any other educational topic relevant to you.

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