How to follow UCL News
There are now several ways to follow UCL news.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a web technology that allows readers to keep track of updated content from their favourite websites.
RSS feeds are a simple, low-effort way of keeping track of the latest UCL developments, and of bringing a fresh, dynamic element to websites.
By using a browser or news reader that supports RSS, such as Google Reader or My Yahoo!, readers can be alerted to the latest UCL news items as they are published.
As a result of reader research, there are now several UCL feeds to choose from to suit a range of interests and platform preferences.
UCL in the media
YouTube users can also subscribe to UCL News by following 'UCLTV'
Flickr account holders can be alerted to the latest UCL News images by making http://www.flickr.com/photos/uclnews a contact on Flickr.
Twitter users can also follow 'uclnews'
These are also available in the form of faculty-specific feeds:
- Arts and Humanities
- Built Environment
- Biomedical Sciences
- Engineering Sciences
- Life Sciences
- Mathematical and Physical Sciences
- Social and Historical Sciences
The UCL Events blog provides coverage of a wide variety of the lectures, receptions, exhibitions and other events that take place across UCL. It is written by a range of contributors from across the UCL community, providing a personal perspective on events attended, as well as relevant videos and photographs.