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RSS - Really Simple Syndication

What is RSS?

Free allows you to always stay up to date and get the newest coursework that you're interested in as soon as it's published. It's easy to stay up to date using RSS feeds. As you Browse All Coursework, lookout for the RSS feed icon (RSS Feed icon) and always stay up to date. Read on to find out how easy it is!

RSS is the answer.

RSS allows you to receive a link to the latest coursework, delivered directly to you, without having to visit the website.

RSS stands for, ‘Really Simple Syndication’.

RSS allows you to identify the specific coursework you are interested in and have it delivered directly to you. It takes the hassle out of staying up-to-date and if you no longer wish to receive the coursework all you have to do is delete the RSS feed from your subscribed list.

How do I start using RSS feeds?

The first thing you need is a News Reader. This is special software mostly available for free. There are many different News Readers, some of which are accessed using a browser, and some of which are downloadable applications. All allow you to display and subscribe to the RSS feeds you wish.

Once you have chosen a News Reader all you have to do is decide what coursework you wish to receive. On Web pages, web feeds are typically linked with the word "Subscribe", an orange rectangle, RSS Feed icon or with the letters RSS XML icon or RSS icon.

You can subscribe to the RSS feed in various ways, dependant on your News Reader, but the most common ways are to:

In addition to using a News Reader, is Mozilla Firefox friendly and supports Live Bookmarks to make it easier to find out when new courserwork is available. Get Firefox now by clicking the icon on the left and be kept up to date all the time.

How do I get a News Reader?

There are various News Readers available with new ones appearing every day. These are available for Windows, Macintosh and Web Browsers.

Here is a list of popular News Readers. Please note, all of the following links open in a new window.