RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is an XML-based standard for syndicating website content. It can be used for any type of frequently updated content, but for the most part it is used to syndicate news, articles and blogs. We use RSS feeds on J-Source to syndicate the 10 newest articles across all of our categories. Click on the RSS link from any category page and you will be taken to the RSS feed. You will then be asked to subscribe to that feed by choosing an RSS reader.

Many browsers offer built-in RSS readers. Yahoo, MSN and Google also allow you to add feeds to your own customized homepage with news stories and articles from websites of your own choosing. How you decide to aggregate your RSS feeds is up to you — J-Source feeds can be read by any aggregator.

Visit this site for more information about RSS: http://www.rss-specifications.com/

News & Views
J-News https://www.j-source.ca/rss/36
Innovation https://www.j-source.ca/rss/38
Findings https://www.j-source.ca/rss/40
The Big Issue https://www.j-source.ca/rss/41
Book Reviews https://www.j-source.ca/rss/42
Advice & Resources
Ask a Mentor https://www.j-source.ca/rss/43
Resource Centre https://www.j-source.ca/rss/44
Jobs and Internships https://www.j-source.ca/rss/73
Awards https://www.j-source.ca/rss/52
Rights & Wrongs
Ethics https://www.j-source.ca/rss/54
Law https://www.j-source.ca/rss/58
Education & Research
J-Schools and Programs https://www.j-source.ca/rss/61
Teaching Journalism https://www.j-source.ca/rss/62
Students' Lounge https://www.j-source.ca/rss/70
Town Hall https://www.j-source.ca/rss/276
J-Topics https://www.j-source.ca/rss/297