With the new Guild website you will find the RSS feed for the eLearning Insider.
Learning2.0 and the Web2.0 tools that support it are for YOU, the instructional designer, as well. While its great that you might implement blogs, wikis, and RSS for your school, company, or organization, its even more important that you start using these tools yourself as personal development tools. Its up to YOU to investigate changing your daily habits and workflow. How can we expect those that we support to embrace the new tools if we don't use them ourselves?
It is truly a shift in how we manage the flow of information in our lives. This does not mean that you must start blogging in order to make this shift. The biggest thing you can do without feeling like you are exposing yourself to the world is aggregating RSS feeds in a feed reader: bloglines.com, reader.google.com, netvibes.com, pageflakes.com, etc.
You will truly be amazed and how well informed you will feel after making this part of your daily information scan. Its like scanning the headlines of your local newspaper as a matter of habit each morning because you enjoy being informed and can handle idle conversation while conducting business. This is like putting that habit on steroids. Not only can you scan the content from your local paper but you can scan other sources of information related to your interests. It seems like every media outlet from the smallest local rag to the largest cable channel has a feed you can subscribe too.
So, the flip side of this is the overwhelming amount of information you will have readily at your finger tips. Consuming it all requires new forms of organization and scanning. One simple solution is to scan aggragations that have been created for you like http://www.pageflakes.com/trainingblogs.