So, this is new, or at least new to me. If you use RSS regularly with your students, you’ll discover that it is a bit of a pain to add all of their RSS feeds individually. I used to use a service called Feedbite to create bundles of feeds; when that went defunct, I switched over to RSSMix.
This wasn’t a bad solution, but going outside of Google Reader was inconvenient. Google Reader now lets you create bundles with ease. Just click the “Browse for Stuff” in the left-hand column and then select “create a bundle.” Drag and drop your URLS from your subscriptions, and then share them with your Google contacts. Easy!
Next time I use Google Reader to read blogs from a course, I’ll know what to do. And you can add your own favorite bundles, too, to read multiple feeds in a single location.