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Really Simple Syndication (RSS): Journal Feeds

This guide provides an overview of RSS technology, a method of streaming customized information.

E-Journal Publisher Sites With RSS Feeds

More and more publishers provide RSS feeds to their journals. A sample of publishers is provided below. Move your mouse over each link and details will appear in a pop-up window. To find out if a publisher is offering RSS feeds visit their website, or look to see if the publication is available in one of the library's databases which supports RSS by visiting the NYIT Journal Locator.

Creating a Search Feed Inside a Database

To create a search feed in a database the database must support RSS technology. If it does simply:

  1. Perform your database search.
  2. Create/save the RSS feed for the search (steps will vary depending on database).
  3. Add the RSS feed to your RSS reader.
  4. When new citations that match your search are added to the database, the citation and link to the full database record will show up in your reader.
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