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RSS? What's that?

Camosun College offers many RSS feeds that are constantly updated with latest news. Using the RSS reader of your choice, you can access updated Camosun College content in a way that you decide is right for you.

All feeds

Title Feed link
Combined feeds
(excluding media centre feed)
Student Services RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/all-rss.xml

Media centre

Title Feed link
Media centre Media centre RSS feed http://camosun.ca/ccr/news/xml/media-centre-rss.php

Schools/programs

Title Feed link
Aboriginal Education and Community Connections (AECC) AECC RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/aecc-rss.xml
School of Access School of Access RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/access-rss.xml
Arts & Science Arts and Science RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/as-rss.xml
School of Business School of Business RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/bus-rss.xml
School of Health and Human Services School of Health and Human Services RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/hhs-rss.xml
International Education International Education RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/int-rss.xml
Trades and Technology Trades and Technology RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/tt-rss.xml

Services

Title Feed link
Ancillary Services Ancillary Services RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/anc-rss.xml
Class Cancellations Class Cancellations RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/cancel-rss.xml
Chargers Chargers RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/chargers-rss.xml
Co-op and Student Employment Co-op and Student Employment RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/coop-rss.xml
Counsellors and Career Advisors Counsellors and Career Advisors RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/ccr-rss.xml
Educational Research Educational Research RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/er-rss.xml
Library Services Library Services RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/lib-rss.xml
Student Services Student Services RSS feed http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/ss-rss.xml

RSS? What’s that?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is an easy way to help save time on the Intertubes.

When you subscribe to an RSS feed on a website, blog or a webpage, every time something new is put on that page you’re alerted.

Let’s get started!

Step 1: Sign up for or download an RSS reader. You need to have a home where you can read the new posts— your RSS reader. Several different online readers are available for free:

Most web browsers and email programs, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Outlook and Thunderbird can read RSS feeds as well.

Step 2: Set up a subscription to our RSS feed. Just look for the RSS icon and click itExample RSS icon. The feed with either open in your chosen RSS reader, or your computer will offer you a choice of how to save the subscription.

Manually adding an RSS feed to Outlook 2007

  1. Copy the URL of the RSS feed.
  2. Under Tools menu, click Account Settings
  3. On the RSS Feeds tab, click New.
  4. In the New RSS Feed dialog box, type or press Ctrl+V to paste the URL of the RSS Feed. For example, http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/ss-rss.xml.
  5. Click Add.
  6. Click OK.

That’s it…you’re all set up to start receiving new posts as soon as we upload them. It’s that simple!

Last updated: April 18, 2012 2:24 pm


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