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RSS from Career Connect
What is RSS?
RSS, or really simple syndication, is a versatile and easy-to-use technology that lets you view information from a variety of sources quickly and conveniently. Once you've subscribed to a feed (such as our Daily Job Feed), you'll see a summarized list of Colleges at UND with links to full-time and co-op/internship opportunities. RSS is unique because each time that source is updated (for example, a new job gets posted in Career Connect), the RSS display will update as well and alert you that new information is available. Visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS for a complete, technical explanation of RSS feeds.
How do I access an RSS feed?
Not all versions of Web browsers can view RSS feeds. If you click one of the feeds below and get a Web page full of internet code, you may wish to download a new Web browser capable of displaying RSS feeds.
Instructions on how to view the RSS Feeds
Internet Explorer (works the best)
When clicking on the RSS of your choice there will be a "Subscribe to this feed". After clicking "Subscribe to this feed" it will ask to subscribe again. To find the feed again while subscribed click on the star icon in the top right of the browser. There will be "favorites", "feeds" and "history". You will find the feed(s) you subscribed to there. You may refresh your feed from this area without visiting it to check if there are new items added to the feed. If there are new items then the feed will be in bold and say "name of feed" (new). While viewing the feed you can select to view all items in the feed or only the new items that have been added.
When clicking on the RSS of your choice there will be a "Subscribe Now". After clicking "Subscribe Now" you make place it in the folder of your choice (Bookmarks Toolbar works the best). (After you select where you want to save it do not keep subscribing). You may find your feed where you saved it and if you click on the feed or any specific company it will still open the entire feed.
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