Any departmental or personal website with an RSS reader can receive UB feeds that are targeted for your needs. By linking to these RSS feeds, you will keep up to date with the latest on the topics you choose. (Learn more about RSS.)
|Title||Link (copy URL to RSS reader)|
|@ UB Today||http://www.buffalo.edu/calendar/today.rss|
|@ UB This Week||http://www.buffalo.edu/calendar/events.rss?e=w|
|For Our Alumni||http://www.buffalo.edu/calendar/events.rss?c=alumni|
|For Our Students||http://www.buffalo.edu/calendar/events.rss?c=student|
|UB in the Community||http://www.buffalo.edu/calendar/events.rss?k=yourub-event|
What is RSS?
(R)eally (S)imple (S)yndication allows blogs and Web sites to publish up-to-date news and information to your RSS reader easily and in a timely manner. Once you set up a RSS feed, whenever the site you are subscribed to changes, it will publish to your reader. RSS is relatively new to the Web. Not all sites publish their content in this manner. But it is becoming more popular every day.
Anywhere you see an RSS image , that link is an RSS feed that you can add to your reader following the instructions below. For example, major news sites typically provide RSS feeds for you to use. Readers are found on popular sites like MyYahoo or at UB in MyUB.
To view one of the UB feeds in your RSS reader:
- Copy the URL/shortcut that corresponds to the topic that interests you.
- Paste the URL into your reader.