What is RSS and how or why should I subscribe? You may be asking yourself this question as you browse the various pages on the ESU #11 site.
RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication” (Wikipedia article). An RSS “feed” is a collection of items sorted by date that you can subscribe to using an RSS reader.
There are many different RSS readers available, but some of the most popular are Google Reader and Bloglines. You can also subscribe to RSS feeds using most modern email clients, like OS X’s Mail.app or Microsoft Outlook. The advantage to a web-based RSS reader is that you can access all of your news items from any computer.
RSS is the most efficient way to gather and read news from all of your favorite websites (including ESU #11!) To subscribe to the ESU #11 News feed, just click the button in the right sidebar that says “Subscribe via RSS”. This will let you subscribe to all of the latest news and events for ESU #11.
You will also notice “Click Here to Subscribe” links scattered throughout the site. These subscription links are targeted news items for a particular department or area. You can click on any one of those links to subscribe to a feed, or you can copy/paste the URL into your feed reader. You can find a list of these various RSS feeds in the section below.
Popular ESU #11 RSS Feeds
- All News
- News by Department
- News by School
- News by Curricular Area
Other RSS Feeds