Accessing Northwestern Law RSS feeds
Northwestern Law has the following RSS feeds that can be subscribed to:
What are RSS feeds?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds sort and provide new web content from user chosen websites, providing links and short descriptions. Popular news sources and blogs typically have RSS feeds available.
Why is RSS useful?
RSS saves time. Instead of remembering to visit a favorite website, the news or information you want comes directly to your computer browser (Firefox, Internet Explorer) or to your e-mail client (Outlook, Mac Mail).
How can you start receiving RSS feeds?
Recent and current web browsers have built-in RSS aggregator/feed reader programs and iGoogle has several RSS widgets. RSS aggregator software programs can also be downloaded. Wikipedia has a comprehensive list of these programs. When you are viewing a website that has an RSS feed, clicking on the icon will bring you to a page where you can choose how and when you want new information delivered. It will then add this information to your RSS program.