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What is RSS?

"RSS" can stand for several different things, including Really Simple Syndication, Rich Site Summary, and RDF Site Summary. 

RSS is basically a 'feed" of information from a website.  Rather than visiting a website to look for new content, an RSS feed will send the new content directly to you.

Additional information can be found on Wikipedia and w3schools.com.

How do I use RSS?

You'll need an RSS reader before you can use RSS feeds.  Outlook 2007 and Internet Explorer 7 both have RSS readers built into them.  For a list of readers and programs that contain readers, visit Wikipedia.

How do I view an NCTE RSS feed?

In the upper, right side of your screen you'll see the orange RSS icon with "RSS" directly to the right of it.  Click on either the icon or the "RSS" to view the feed for that page. 

Some browsers will also display the RSS icon if they detect an RSS feed on a page.  In those instances, you can also simply click on the icon in your browser's toolbar.

How do I subscribe to an NCTE RSS feed?

 

 

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