Turn Text Only Off

Sharing and Linking

RSS Feeds | Widgets | Social Networking | Linking Information | Embedding Video

BrainLine.org provides authoritative and comprehensive information on preventing, treating, and living with traumatic brain injury (TBI). As part of our efforts to strengthen the TBI community we share content and headline updates, promote idea exchanges through our social networking efforts, and partner with like-minded organizations.

We invite you to use any of the methods and venues below to partner with us.

RSS Feeds

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML file format designed to display news from particular websites without having to visit the site. Typically, the feeds are displayed as a series of headlines and brief summaries with links to the source of the full text.

Ask your webmaster about using RSS for automatically updated content on your website. For a more detailed description check out the RSS Wikipedia entry.

RSS Icon Traumatic Brain Injury News and Information | Subscribe by Email: All of the best content and news that BrainLine.org has to offer in one feed.

RSS Icon Headlines: updated daily with news from local and national sources about preventing, treating, and living with traumatic brain injury.

RSS Icon Ask the Expert: series features a new question and answer each week. Learn more about this series.

RSS Icon Research Update: provides a brief summary of current research and a link to the full abstract.

RSS Icon Sports Concussion: the latest sports- and recreation-related concussion articles from BrainLine.org.

RSS Icon New Content: discover the latest new content on BrainLine.org.

Widgets

A web widget provides webmasters with a quick and easy way to provide new content to users. It's very easy to embed BrainLine.org widgets: find the widget you want, click on "Get this Widget," modify the size and output options in the widget form, copy, and embed the code into your page.

 

Social Networking

  • facebook logo Facebook - Facebook is a popular social networking site. Join our Facebook community and talk about relevant TBI issues.
  • linkedin icon LinkedIn - LinkedIn is a professional networking site. Join the BrainLine.org group if you work with the TBI community.
  • youtube logo YouTube - YouTube is a video sharing and networking site. Check out our YouTube channel featuring TBI-related videos, stories, and original content.
  • twitter logo Twitter - Twitter exists to answer the question "what are you doing?" Users post what they are up to and subscribe to each others' profiles to stay on top of what their friends are doing. Follow us on Twitter and stay up to date with the latest headlines and info on TBI.

Linking Information

When linking to BrainLine.org, please use one of the following examples.

Single link with no description:

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Resource - BrainLine.org

Copy and paste the code below into your site or blog:
<a href="http://www.brainline.org">Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Resource - BrainLine.org</a>

or

Traumatic Brain Injury Facts and Information

Copy and paste the code below into your site or blog:
<a href="http://www.brainline.org">Traumatic Brain Injury Facts and Information</a>

Link with description:

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Resource - BrainLine.org offers facts, information, resources, and support for preventing, treating, and living with TBI.

Copy and paste the code below into your site or blog:
<a href="http://www.brainline.org">Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Resource</a> - BrainLine.org offers facts, information, resources, and support for preventing, treating, and living with TBI.

Embedding BrainLine.org Logo

Please feel free to use a text link or use one of the large or small logos provided for an image link. The logo is available in JPEG, GIF, PNG, and EPS. Please click one of the links below to download the logo.

BrainLine logo large

BrainLine Logo (269 x 92 pixels):
Click here for JPEG
Click here for GIF
Click here for PNG

BrainLine Logo (Vector):
Click here for AI

Embedding BrainLine.org Video on Your Website

BrainLine.org uses a third-party API (Application Programming Interface) that makes it very easy to embed our video into your site.

Embed code button on video player

Find the video you want, play it, click on the "get code" button under the video display, choose the code you want, and copy and paste into your page.

 

 

BrainLine welcomes comments on how to improve the site.


BrainLine Footer

 

© 2014 WETA All Rights Reserved

Javascript is disabled. Please be aware that some parts of the site may not function as expected!