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Do you want to get DCCCD website content delivered directly to you - for free? Just subscribe to one of our RSS feeds, and you can be notified every time we publish new DCCCD job openings, events or news stories. You will be shown the title of the posting as well as a short description of that posting.
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" or "Rich Site Summary" and is a way to get content from many different websites all in one place, not unlike an email inbox.
RSS easily distributes news feeds of new Web content that include links, headlines, photos, videos and text summaries. Most major news outlets, including The New York Times, CNN and CNET News, and many smaller websites and blogs, now deliver updated online content via RSS. Read more about RSS feeds or watch a video, RSS in Plain English by Common Craft.
You first need to identify which feed reader (also called an aggregator or RSS reader) you want to use. Your favorite Web browser may feature a feed reader. Many people use the feed readers in their favorite Web-based email program, which have the advantage of being more “portable.”
There are a variety of RSS readers available for free or minimal charge. If you don’t already have an RSS reader, here are a few options:
Also, if you’re using Outlook as your email client, there is an RSS reader built into it as well.When you’ve chosen which feed reader you want to use, you can begin signing up for feeds by going to the websites you want to get information from and finding the RSS feeds.
Right-click on the RSS icon next to the feed(s) you want to subscribe to and copy the shortcut/URL into your favorite RSS reader:
Cedar Valley College RSS feed
Eastfield College RSS feed
El Centro College RSS feed
Mountain View College RSS feed
North Lake College RSS feed
Richland College RSS feed