Keep up to date with RSS
Eduserv provides a range of RSS feeds to help keep you automatically updated with news, events and articles. To subscribe, choose one or more feeds from the list below:
You can also subscribe to any search result or listing where you see the RSS icon in your address bar:
What is RSS and why would I want to use it?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a technology that allows websites to share and distribute their latest content. RSS-enabled websites, such as this site, provide RSS feeds that list article headlines and summaries (or full article text) and link back to the articles on the website. This means you can have the latest news delivered to you in one place without having to remember to visit many different websites. It also means that you don't have to rely on email - the RSS feed will automatically update each time we update a news or event page.
You can subscribe to news feeds on this site, browse the headlines and summaries only and determine which items you want to read in more detail.
How do I use RSS?
You need access to an RSS reader. These can be downloaded or accessed using a web service. This Wikipedia page describes some of the better known readers.