Video Library - RSS Feeds

The SMPH Video Library has RSS feeds for Courses, Categories, and Grand Rounds. An RSS feed can be an easy way to keep up on recently added or updated content.

Note: The RSS feed for the Video Library is audio only, however it can still be used as a method to keep up on the most recently posted lecture capture videos, as they become available.

Access the RSS feed for a specific Course.

  • Log into the Video Library and go to the Lecture section.
  • Click on a course from your My Courses list
  • Scroll to the bottom of the Course page and click the Audio Podcast link.  This will take you to the RSS feed page.
  • The top of the RSS feed page should have a choice to subscribe to the feed in your browser, as a bookmark (Firefox) or favorite (Explorer).  The other option is to use a RSS feed Application such as Feedly, NewsBlur, etc. which usually requires you to copy the URL of the RSS feed and paste it into the application.

Note: If you are using Chrome you will need to install an RSS feed plugin or all you will see on the RSS feed page is the XML code.

Access the RSS feed for Categories.

  • At the top of the Video Library homepage click on the CATEGORIES button.
  • On the Categories page click the RSS Symbol, RSS Icon next to the category you would like to follow. This will take you to the RSS feed page for that category.
  • The top of the RSS feed page should have a choice to subscribe to the feed in your browser, as a bookmark (Firefox) or favorite (Explorer).  The other option is to use a RSS feed Application such as Feedly, NewsBlur, etc. which usually requires you to copy the URL of the RSS feed and paste it into the application.

Access the RSS feed for Grand Rounds.

  • At the top of the Video Library homepage click on the GRAND ROUNDS button.
  • Under the All Grand Rounds listing choose the title you would like to follow.
  • From the title page click the RSS symbol, RSS icon at the top of the page next to the title. This will take you to the RSS feed page for that Grand Rounds title.
  • The top of the RSS feed page should have a choice to subscribe to the feed in your browser, as a bookmark (Firefox) or favorite (Explorer).  The other option is to use a RSS feed Application such as Feedly, NewsBlur, etc. which usually requires you to copy the URL of the RSS feed and paste it into the application.



Keywords:RSS, RSS Feed, Video Library   Doc ID:48408
Owner:Adrian G.Group:School of Medicine and Public Health
Created:2015-03-05 14:49 CSTUpdated:2015-03-05 15:34 CST
Sites:School of Medicine and Public Health
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