3 In Outside the Speech Room

SLP Blogs: How to Keep Track

As you can see in Jenna Rayburn’s massive blog post, there are TONS of speech blogs–173 the last time I checked. (Wow!) How can anyone keep up with all that content?!

Looking for a way to keep up with your favorite SLP blogs for free and FUN professional development? Look no further! This post explains how you can use Feedly, a free app, to follow your favorite SLP blogs and stay up-to-date with their content.

Well… I have an app for you! You can follow all of your favorite blogs on one awesome platform using Feedly. You can download the app on your desktop or mobile device, or you can just log in online. Best of all, it’s free!

Keeping up with all of your favorite SLP blogs has probably felt like a chore - until now! This post explains how you can use Feedly, a free app, to follow just your favorite SLP blogs and stay up-to-date with their content. There are tons of blogs out there, so I definitely recommend this app for only following your favorites!

To add your favorite blogs to your “feed,” click the “Add Content” button on the top left. You can do you own search or simply enter the URLs to your favorite blogs. Super simple!

Keeping up with all of your favorite SLP blogs has probably felt like a chore - until now! This post explains how you can use Feedly, a free app, to follow just your favorite SLP blogs and stay up-to-date with their content. There are tons of blogs out there, so I definitely recommend this app for only following your favorites!

There are some other awesome features and tips that I shared in a scope! Check it out!

Let me know how you like this! What else do you do to keep up with your favorite SLP bloggers?


Hey there, awesome SLP! Check out this library of FREE tools that I made just for you!

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    The Best Professional Development Options for SLPs - SLP Now Blog
    January 3, 2017 at 11:58 am

    […] Blogs: I added some of my favorite blogs to Feedly. I love reading about what other SLPs are doing in therapy. Many of them also have a focus on evidence-based practice. […]

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    Gladdie
    August 6, 2017 at 7:05 am

    Thank you so much! This really helps with me reading blog posts without going to separate blogs each time!

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      Marisha
      August 6, 2017 at 8:05 am

      That’s so good to hear! 🙂

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