How to Sign Up for RSS Feeds at JHU
The university's Office of Communications and Public
Affairs has launched its first RSS news syndication feeds.
RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is a way
to sign up for information and announcements on topics that
interest you without having to subscribe to an e-mail
As new content becomes available, RSS users
automatically receive it. The university has begun its RSS
effort with a few topic feeds, including
Headlines@Hopkins, Homewood News, emergency
announcements and calendar and events information. For more
about these offerings and to learn how to sign up, go to
"We're very interested in hearing how this is
received and used by faculty, students and staff — or
anyone really interested in Johns Hopkins," said Dennis
O'Shea, executive director of Communications and Public
Affairs. "Depending on user feedback, we may add more
content channels in the future."
To register your comments, write to
email@example.com with "RSS
feeds" in the subject line.
RSS feeds are also offered by the schools of Medicine,
Nursing and Public Health. For information on those, go to
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