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RSS Feeds Provide Newest Way to Connect with ACM

RSS Feeds Provide Newest Way to Connect with ACM May 4, 2010

A variety of new social media features have recently been added to the ACM website.  Here’s how you can stay connected to all the latest news and information:

RSS feeds – All the News, Features, and Photo Spotlights on the ACM website are now available via an RSS feed.  Just click this link, or the orange RSS logo on each news-related page, and you can keep up-to-date on all the latest ACM news.  You can add our RSS feed to Google Reader, My Yahoo, or any other news feed reader you use.

Facebook – Check out the ACM Facebook page to connect with program alumni and interested students.  We also publish information about what’s going on in our programs on the ACM Facebook page.

YouTube – ACM has its very own YouTube channel, full of interesting video clips related to ACM off-campus study programs and events.  Most of these video clips are found throughout the ACM website, but they are all hosted in one convenient location on our YouTube channel.

Twitter – Do you tweet?  Well, ACM is starting to try this out, as well.  Sign up to follow us on Twitter, as we start posting more program updates here.

Flickr – Each ACM off-campus program has photo albums filled with pictures taken by students, faculty, and staff at our sites around the world.  All of these photos are hosted on the ACM Flickr page, so check it out to see all the albums in one location.

We hope these sites make it easier for you to stay connected with ACM.  If you have any comments or suggestions, please let us know!

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