Find Us Online: RSS Feeds and More
RSS feed allows you to subscribe to law school news and have that news delivered to you through any news reader application. Copy the links below and follow the instructions provided by your news reader for adding a new feed.
Law News - http://law.wlu.edu/news/rss/rss.asp
Law Podcasts - http://law.wlu.edu/news/rss/podcasts.asp
W&L Law Podcasts on iTunes
The link above should open iTunes on your computer and take you to our podcasts page. If this doesn't work, search for W&L Law in iTunes.
Lecture and Event Video
Video and audio of many events and lectures at the School of Law can be streamed on demand from the W&L Law web site. Many videos are also available at out YouTube channel.
W&L Law Multimedia Archives
W&L Law YouTube Channel | YouTube RSS Feed
What is RSS
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a family of web feed formats, specified in XML and used for Web syndication of various kinds of content including news, blogs, and videos. Web feeds provide web content or summaries of web content together with links to the full versions of the content. RSS, in particular, delivers this information as an XML file called an RSS feed, webfeed, RSS stream, or RSS channel. Applications called news readers or aggregators enable users to subribe to these feeds, bringing information from disparate locations together in one place for easier consumption.
News readers are available in many of the popular web portals including those offered by Google and Yahoo. In addition, news readers are built into the Firefox and Safari (2.0 and up) web browsers and will also be available with Internet Explorer 7.0. RSS feeds containing video or audio information, also know as podcasts, can be accessed through iTunes.