RSS helps you keep up with Public Libraries Connect

Want to keep up with the Public Libraries Connect Blog but need a reminder to keep checking back? Then RSS is your answer!

RSS feed

Curate your own public libraries reading list using one of the many available RSS Feed Readers

RSS (Rich Site Summary) is a format for delivering regularly changing web content. Many news-related sites, weblogs and other online publishers syndicate their content into an RSS Feed to whoever wants it.

 

 

To receive the RSS Feed for the Public Libraries Connect blog, first click on ‘RSS’ at the bottom of your screen, then copy and paste link (URL) which automatically opens into your RSS Feed Reader of choice.

One popular RSS Feed Reader is Feedly. Like all RSS Feed Readers, Feedly allows you to customise and compile news feeds from a variety of online sources. It also allows you to create a team space where you can share content, and share to Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.

To get started with Feedly, you will just need to create an account. Once you have logged in, click the feeds settings tab in the left hand side panel. This will direct you to create a new collection or add to an existing collection. Click ‘New Collection’ and paste the Public Libraries Connect Blog feed link. Now, continue to add feeds from your other favourite blogs and websites.

For other RSS Feed Readers, try some of the suggestions from Gazette Review.

If that all sounds a bit complex and too much, just read all the latest from the blog on the Public Libraries Connect homepage.