Keep up with new research via RSS!

September 26, 2007 at 11:13 am Leave a comment

rss.jpgDid you know that all EBSCO databases now offer this service?rss.jpg

You may have noticed that small orange icon  in the following databases: Business Source Complete, PyschInfo, EconLit, PsychArticles, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, Sociological Collection.

After you perform a search just click on the orange icon at the top right and copy and paste the link that appears in your RSS reader. Any new articles matching your search criteria will automatically be sent to your reader.

Not sure what RSS feeds are all about? We posted this short video some time ago which explains how they work, here is a sample list of RSS feed readers.

Other databases offering RSS alert service are:
ISI Emerging Markets
In addition, Science Direct also offers RSS feeds for the top “25 hottest articles” which lists the most-popular downloaded articles on ScienceDirect.

Find these databases in our alphabetical list and contact your librarian if you have any questions!

Entry filed under: Did you know?, Faculty & PhDs.

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