How RSS works
News feed - news headlines
With the free-of-charge RSS service of TU Kaiserslautern, you can receive the latest news from the university on your computer, smartphone or tablet PC, even if you do not have an Internet browser open.
What is RSS?
The abbreviation RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" or "Rich Site Summary" and is a format that combines contributions from websites in the form of brief information known as RSS feeds. An RSS feed consists of a headline and a link to the corresponding website. At a glance, you see the most important information on each news item and can decide whether you want to read the detailed article on the Internet. You can read these feeds in your browser, Outlook or in a special RSS reader.
How do I subscribe to RSS feeds?
TU Kaiserslautern offers various feeds. Each feed has its own address, which you can either bookmark in your browser window or subscribe to using your email client. In addition, there are special RSS reader apps, most of which offer an automatic addition of feeds. However, you can also copy the attached URL (with the extension: .rss) and then paste it manually.
RSS News feeds
The TU Kaiserslautern provides a variety of RSS news feeds to keep you up to date.