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What is RSS?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and an RSS feed is any easy way to stay informed about AAUW. Web publishers use RSS to share web content via the Internet through "feeds" which contain the latest updates to their sites. RSS makes it possible for you to keep up with new content on your favorite websites by pulling the information to you.

So how do I get started?

Feeds can be subscribed to via e-mail. Feeds can also be obtained through RSS readers, or aggregators. RSS readers are available as desktop software installed on your computer or as web-based applications you can access on the Internet. Web-based readers allow you to access content from any computer with an Internet connection. A few options are listed below:

Web-based readers: My Yahoo!, Bloglines, Newsgator, Google Reader

Software-based readers: FeedReader, NetNewsWire, RSSOwl

AAUW blog and RSS feeds

To subscribe to a feed, copy its URL and follow the instructions for your RSS reader.

AAUW Dialog
AAUW's discussion, information and advocacy weblog.

AAUW Updates
Find out about what's new on

AAUW in the News
View media coverage on equity issues affecting women and girls.

Legislative Alerts and Updates
Learn about the latest issues in Congress and e-mail a message to your member of Congress.

National Girls Collaborative Project News Feed
Project updates and upcoming events designed to reach girl-serving STEM organizations across the United States and Puerto Rico.

AAUW on Twitter

AAUWinfo You Tube channel

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