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Using the RSS feed

What is an RSS feed?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds mean that you do not have to visit a website regularly to see whether anything has been added. Instead you set up a feed to a piece of software called a news reader or news aggregator.

What information can I get as an RSS feed?
Online Publications offers an RSS feed listing publications which have recently been added to the site. You will receive a list of titles with short summaries and the option to visit the site for more details. The list will be updated as new publications appear on the site.

How do I use the RSS feed?
Instructions vary depending on your news reader, but setting up a feed is usually straightforward. You will need the XML link which can be found on the left-hand side of every page.

How can I download a news reader?
There is a list of news readers on Google (this link will open in a new window).


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Email: online.publications@teachernet.gov.uk
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