RSS Feeds

Receive notification of new OCW courses, video, audio feature summaries on your desktop, or add them to your blog or website.

Why Use RSS?

By using RSS you can stay on top of the news and information you need without using your e-mail system and without repeatedly checking multiple Web sites to see if they have been updated. RSS simplifies the way you stay informed and helps you take control of overloaded email inboxes.

Using OCW RSS feeds on your site

If you run your own Web site, you can use RSS feeds to display the latest headlines from other Web sites on your site.

We encourage the use of OCW RSS feeds as part of a Web site, subject to our terms.

However, we do require that the proper format and attribution is used when OCW content appears. The attribution text should read "MIT OpenCourseWare" or "From MIT OpenCourseWare" as appropriate.

Available Feeds

Audio and video on OCW, featuring faculty lectures, guest lectures, student projects and student contests.

Online Textbooks on OCW.

New courses added to any department on OCW.

New OCW Scholar courses added to any department on OCW.

New courses added that feature Instructor Insights.

Archived courses added from any department on OCW.


Translated Courses


Department Feeds


Cross-Disciplinary Topics