Previously, the emphasis was on obtaining information from clients. In this chapter, the emphasis was on preparing witnesses for trial. To properly prepare witnesses for trial, the paralegal needs to….
Review a few aggregators and select one to use in this Aggregator sites usually have categories like news and sports that contain several Web sites having RSS feeds.
Using an Aggregator Use a search engine to locate free aggregators. Review a few aggregators and select one to use in this Aggregator sites usually have categories like news and sports that contain several Web sites having RSS feeds. Select a category and then view the individual subscriptions that are available. Use the Add option to subscribe to a feed, and include a few of your own preferred Web sites (ESPN, USA Today) with RSS feeds in the subscription list. When they appear, locate the manage subscription option and organize the ones you added by placing them into existing categories or by creating a new separate category. Delete a few of the ones that are in the category you chose. Check out some of the other features of the aggregator. There is usually an option to return to a home page, some way to track your reading trends, and even a way to share your reader with others. After using the program for a while, review your experience. In a one-page, double-spaced paper, describe the aggregator site you chose and explain why you chose that site. Also discuss how easy (or difficult) the site was to use, the amount of feeds you received, and whether or not you would use such a program. Include any other observations and bits of advice for another user. Remember to cite your references