This page describes what RSS is and provides information on how to syndicate Electronic Journal Center titles into your RSS reader.
What Is RSS?
RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication” (among other things) and is a way to track news and other “syndicated content” using XML.
Where To Find An RSS Reader
An RSS reader, also known as a news reader or news aggregator, is software that lets you subscribe to RSS feeds. There are many free RSS readers available.
Feeds for OhioLINK Resources
You can subscribe to feeds for various OhioLINK resources and services:
- Subscribe to the OhioLINK RSS feed to keep up on all the latest OhioLINK news, including: new resources and services, event announcements and technical problem reports.
- In the Electronic Journal Center, you can receive tables of contents from individual journals whenever new issues are added. To syndicate journal titles, click on the Web Feed button found on the journal's list of issues and copy the URL into your RSS reader. Consult your RSS reader for more information.
- Set up RSS feeds in the EBSCO databases, including Academic Search Premier and Business Source Complete, to be notified when the EBSCO databases have been updated with results related to your search alert or journal alert. See EBSCO's Help page for details.
- Fans of the Safari Tech Books Online collection can be notified of the latest additions of computer and IT titles via Safari's RSS 1.0 feed.