What is RSS?
RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication. It is basically a list of links with descriptions published by a website. Users can subscribe to the list using an RSS reader, which can be a piece of software, browser based or web based. When the website publishes an update to the RSS feed, the user's list is automatically updated. You can also be alerted to new items on the RSS feed via email, depending on the reader that you use.
Why use it?
RSS updates are non-intrusive, users opt-in to content of interest, totally controlling the flow of information that they receive. Using an RSS feed aggregator users can quickly scan through multiple links from several sources quickly.
The simplest way to subscribe to our RSS feeds is to follow one of the links below. Depending on your web browser, you will then either be given the option to add the feed to your bookmarks, or will be taken to the feed page itself, which can then be bookmarked, or added to a reader or your choice.
Many people also use free software aggregators such as NewsFire (OSX) or FeedDemon (Windows). The most popular web-based reader is Google Reader is useful because you can get your RSS feeds anywhere in the world no matter what computer/device you are on.
Film Education feed - updates on everything that we're doing. Covers all of the below areas.
Events feed - updates about screenings and special events only.
Primary feed - everything primary related.
Secondary feed - everything secondary related.
Training feed - news on upcoming training organised by Film Education training and our partners.