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.
|Combined feeds |
(excluding media centre feed)
|Aboriginal Education and Community Connections (AECC)||http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/aecc-rss.xml|
|School of Access||http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/access-rss.xml|
|Arts & Science||http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/as-rss.xml|
|School of Business||http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/bus-rss.xml|
|School of Health and Human Services||http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/hhs-rss.xml|
|Trades and Technology||http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/tt-rss.xml|
|Co-op and Student Employment||http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/coop-rss.xml|
|Counsellors and Career Advisors||http://webservices.camosun.bc.ca/cms/ccr-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 it. 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
- Copy the URL of the RSS feed.
- Under Tools menu, click Account Settings
- On the RSS Feeds tab, click New.
- 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.
- Click Add.
- 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