Education in Chemistry RSS Feed
What are RSS news feeds?
RSS feeds are web files that summarise the latest content of a web page and allow you to quickly link back to the original article. RSS feeds are best read using a feed reader. Feed readers track and manage which articles you have read. New items are highlighted and displayed for you to read on a daily or hourly basis. By using RSS feeds and a feed reader, you can be sure of keeping up to date with the latest RSC published content.
Why use RSS?
Once installed and set up with RSS feeds, your feed reader will check and update itself with the latest content for the feeds you have chosen. This means you can quickly scan all your sources for interesting items, then click through to the articles. You do not have to wait for an emailed alert or remember to manually check for updates. Some software will allow you to search your RSS feeds, helping you to control and sift through a large range of possible sources for items of interest.
How do I get started?
There are a number of feed readers available, which can either be web-based or installed programs on your computer. Browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari can read RSS feeds (a plug-in may be required). You can subscribe to the Education in Chemistry RSS feed by clicking on the link, or by dragging or pasting the URL of the news feed into your reader. The reader should then validate the feed and update.
The RSC is happy for you to use material from these RSS feeds on your website subject to these conditions