RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based syndication format for distributing content on the Web. Many kinds of content can be distributed using the RSS format including TRIS search results, topic alerts, and new projects that have been added to the database.
Information released in RSS format is called a feed. RSS feeds can be read by internet browsers or "news reader" programs. The latest versions of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Apple's Safari, and Mozilla’s Firefox support RSS feeds without downloading special software (see the browser's Help for instructions). News reader programs are available for a range of computer platforms, many at low or no cost.
Subscribing to our RSS Feed
Perform a custom or "canned" search of TRIS records.
Depending on your desired RSS reader, use one of the following methods to subscribe: