Help: What's New RSS Feed
Abstract: Keep up with Cline Library news by subscribing to the What's New RSS feed.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for sharing web content that is updated frequently, like news headlines. The "What's New at the Library" RSS feed delivers library news headlines to your RSS-enabled web service, browser, e-mail client, or reader. You can also view the feed on the MyNAU portal (once you login, click on the "Today@NAU" tab and scroll down). For more information on the RSS standard, see the Wikipedia entry.
You can easily add RSS feeds to web-based services/readers like iGoogle and My Yahoo. Click on the What's New RSS Feed button: . On the "Add this" page, click on the icon for your favorite web-based reader and follow the directions.
To manually add the library feed to your RSS reader, right click on the RSS icon or link below and "Copy Shortcut" (or "Copy Link Location" in Firefox):
"What's New at Cline Library" RSS
Open your RSS reader and follow the directions for pasting an RSS url into the reader.
- 1. Click on the RSS icon in the top right corner of the Internet Explorer window or the address bar in Firefox.
- 2. Click on the "Subscribe" link or button in the RSS feed page.
- 3. Accept the default settings in the dialog box or change them to your liking, then click "Subscribe" (IE) or "Add" (Firefox).
- 4. By default, IE displays feeds in the Favorites Center (click on the orange star in the upper left corner of the browser window); Firefox displays the feed in the bookmarks toolbar toward the top of the window.
- 5. The RSS feed page displays the feed title (e.g., What's New at Cline Library), and items with short descriptions and links to more information.
You can also manage RSS feeds using e-mail applications like Microsoft Outlook and Mozilla Thunderbird. See the application's help for more information.