Social Care Online - RSS feeds
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds allow you to collect information from a range of Websites, as it is added, in a single place. This can be done by downloading a RSS reader to your computer, using a Web-based service or a Web browser which supports RSS.
On Social Care Online, each topic in the topic tree can be selected as a RSS feed. How you do this will depend on the tool you use to view RSS feeds on your computer. Generally you would click on the RSS button next to the topic you require, which will open the RSS feed. You then need to add the address of the feed to your tool by highlighting it or by copying and pasting it into your application.
A typical RSS feed address on Social Care Online would look like this: http://www.scie-socialcareonline.org.uk/rss/poverty.xml.
Using our RSS feeds
If you run your own website, you can display relevant and up to date information from Social Care Online by using our RSS feeds.
The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) is happy for Social Care Online RSS feeds to be used as part of other websites. However, we do require they are correctly attributed to Social Care Online. Any text should use Social Care Online, rather than any abbreviation, and should include a link back to Social Care Online.
We reserve the right to prevent the distribution of our content and do not accept any liability for the use of our feeds. Please also see our Terms and conditions.
More information about RSS feeds
You can find out more about RSS feeds here on Wikipedia.
You can find out more about RSS readers, web-based services and RSS compliant browsers here on Google Directory.
Please Contact us if you experience any problems or require further information.