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Can I take a feed of OpenLearn content?

Updated Tuesday 31st March 2015

RSS feeds are incredibly useful things - and with OpenLearn, you can help yourself to as much, or as little, information as you'd like.

A serve yourself dessert table Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: haraldheuser Help yourself to as little, or as much, as you want In order to allow you to keep up to date with all the content we bring you across OpenLearn, we publish a collection of feeds. Choose the one (or more) which works best for you, add it to your favourite feed reader, and never miss a new piece of content again.

If you want one with everything...

Try our all content feed which you can find here

If you only want the free OpenLearn courses...

Select the rss course feed option

If you want content that lasts up to, but not more than, an hour...

Choose the explore rss feed

If you want a tailored feed which only brings you content on a subject that you love...

For example, if you just wanted stand-alone objects relating to Law, if you visit the relevant page for that topic - the OpenLearn law listings and right-click the relevant rss icon (three orange quarter circles), you can access that specific feed that would be feed 686 in this case

 

And, if you find a piece of OpenLearn content that is in an area you're particularly interested in, clicking the 'feeds' tab at the foot of that page offers a range of feeds of similar content - from the same subject area, sharing the same tags, and so on...

 

For further information, take a look at our frequently asked questions which may give you the support you need.

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