- Why would I want this?
- What will I receive?
- How does it work?
- What type of feeds does RWJF offer?
RSS (short for Really Simple Syndication) feeds are a way to collect your favorite Web content in one place. No need for e-mail or surfing to Web sites.
RWJF RSS feeds keep you up to date on the topic of your choosing by providing brief summaries of any changes to news items and key publications on our Web site.
By choosing to receive a feed from RWJF via RSS, you will receive headlines that link back to information as new items are produced on RWJF.org. The feeds are provided free of charge and are updated throughout each week.
First you need a news reader or aggregator that displays RSS feeds. Both Yahoo and Google offer popular readers. Here is a long list of readers from Google. Once you have a reader, simply click the "Add This" icon on any page with active RSS content. You will then receive regular updates for that page via your news reader.
RWJF offers a variety of feeds based around program areas, publications, news, calls for proposals and popular topics.
RSS content is covered by the same Terms and Conditions as other content on the RWJF site.