The University of Massachusetts provides its headlines for free, non-commercial use in the RSS format. All RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds from the University of Massachusetts follow the RSS 2.0 specification. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way of viewing your own selection of the latest news, features and other website content, updated in real time, and in a single window. You select the websites you would like to keep to date with, and their content is delivered to your desktop, as soon as it is published.
Available RSS Feed
The feed is provided free of charge for use by individuals and non-profit organizations for personal, non-commercial uses.
What is syndicated content (RSS)?
Syndicated content, otherwise known as Really Simple Syndication (RSS), is a popular way to distribute information from websites. Using RSS, a news site or a blog can feed its news articles or entries to a group of subscribers automatically. Because RSS is still new, not all websites can publish in RSS. However, there are thousands of RSS sources, and you can find those sources all over the world.
How do I use RSS?
You need an RSS reader to use RSS feeds. RSS readers allow you to find feeds and subscribe to them, so that content is delivered to you.
There are many different Really Simple Syndication (RSS) readers available. Some readers are designed with user interfaces that resemble e-mail inboxes instead of browsers. Whatever your preference, all RSS readers are used to collect, update, and display RSS feeds.
Find and subscribe to syndicated contentSubscribing to a Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feed is similar to subscribing to a magazine. When you subscribe to a magazine, each new issue is mailed directly to you. When you subscribe to an RSS feed, every time a new entry or article is published to the Web, a link to the entry or article is added to your reader.