From AALL: RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is an XML-based format for content distribution. It provides our members with a new and easy way to keep up-to-date with AALL. We offer several RSS feeds, includeing headlines, summaries, and links back to AALLNET for the entire article.

How to subscribe to a feed:RSS feeds require special software called an “RSS reader,” “feed reader,” or an “aggregator.” The software allows you to view feeds in one location, and it will automatically retrieve updates and stay current with new content after it has been published.

The latest versions of Internet Explorer and Firefox have RSS readers built in already. So, if they detect a feed they willautomatically offer the option to subscribe to that feed. If yourInternet browser does not give you the option to subscribe to a feed,you will need to find an RSS reader. There are many RSS readers available, and most are free. Some popular examples include – Bloglines, Google Reader, My Yahoo!, and NewsGator. Once you’ve chosen an RSS reader, simply copy the feed’s URL, and paste it in your RSS reader.

AALL RSS feed AALL Latest News
AALL RSS feed AALL Calendar of Events
AALL RSS feed AALL Job Hotline
AALL RSS feed AALL News (previously located in AALL Spectrum)
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