What is RSS?
RSS, sometimes known as Really Simple Syndication, is a popular means of sharing online content (such as news headlines) without requiring users to constantly visit a Web site to see what's new. RSS feeds contain headlines and hyperlinks to longer articles or Web pages.
How can I receive RSS feeds?
Desktop software applications known as news readers or aggregators can collect, update and display RSS feeds from a wide variety of sources. News readers are incorporated in more recent versions of Web browsers such as Internet Explorer 7, Firefox and Safari. Web-based readers include Google Reader, Bloglines and NewsGator. Stand-alone reader programs such as FeedDemon and NetNewsWire are also available for purchase and download.
No matter which reader you use, it's easy to access RSS feeds. Feeds are usually marked with a small orange icon labeled "RSS" or "XML." Some readers will "auto-discover" feeds on sites you visit. Simply click on the feed link and confirm that you want to subscribe to the feed (or cut-and-paste the feed link into your reader).
What RSS feeds are available from WSSDA?
WSSDA RSS feeds are based on content published to our Web site. To subscribe to RSS feeds from WSSDA, simply select a content section of interest to you from the list provided below. Click on the RSS subscription link to the feed you want and follow your news reader's instructions for subscribing to (or adding) feeds. Repeat the process to add as many feeds as you like.
Subscribe to RSS Feed: WSSDA Daily E-Clippings
Subscribe to RSS Feed: WSSDA News
Subscribe to RSS Feed: WSSDA Boardcast E-Newsletter
Subscribe to RSS Feed: WSSDA Podcasts
Subscribe to RSS Feed: WSSDA Superintendent Openings
Subscribe to RSS Feed: All WSSDA Events
WSSDA currently uses RSS 2.0 for its feeds. Suggestions welcome!
What other WSSDA Web content would you like to receive by RSS? Send your suggestions to the WSSDA Communications Department.