News Feeds (RSS)

You can subscribe to a webpage's news feed to get automatic updates when something new is posted, instead of having to visit the page repeatedly. Also known as Really Simple Syndication, or RSS, it is a free service. How Do I Get Started?

Available Feeds

General News and Information


Education e-newsletter from
State Superintendent Tony Evers rss icon

News Releases

Major news about DPI initiatives rss icon

Read Wisconsin

Latest resources from the DPI reading portal rss icon
Libraries and Archives

Channel Weekly

E-newsletter from the Division for Libraries and Technology rss icon

Found in Wisconsin

Listings of Wisconsin on-line collections

Wisconsin Digital Archives

Full-text state government documents from the Wisconsin Document Depository rss icon
School and Community Nutrition

2010 Child Nutrition Re-Authorization

Information on federal requirements RSS icon

Commodity Foods Program News

Mailing, notices, and news from the Wisconsin Commodity Distribution Program RSS icon
School Finance

Mediasite Catalog

Webcast presentations RSS icon

Referendum Information

Results of all local school spending referenda RSS icon

School District Revenue Limits

Guidance on computation of revenue limits RSS icon


How Do I Get Started?

Decide on a news reader (RSS reader) to view your feeds. Your e-mail program or favorite Internet portal may already include one.

You can also search the Web to find one of the RSS readers that are free for download.

Next, copy the URL/address/shortcut of the feed that interests you into your reader (Depending on which Internet browser you are using, you may also be able to click on the links above and follow the instructions to subscribe.).



For questions about this information, contact Benson Gardner (608) 266-3374