RSS: York University Libraries
RSS: Keeping Up With Research
| RSS feeds for Journals
|| RSS feeds for databases
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Real Simple Syndication, a format for sharing information on the web. RSS allows people to monitor Web sites and databases for new information, without having to visit the site or database. RSS feeds are linked to image icons: or
How do I subscribe to a feed?
- ticTOCs Journal Table of Contents Service from Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) provides the Table of Contents from over 11,000 journals for free. Faculty who want assistance in keeping up with new research in their field would appreciate this service. The notification is through RSS
- American Chemical Society (ACS) Journal: Alphabetical List of Feeds
- American Institute of Physics RSS Feeds
- Elsevier Journals through ScienceDirect Click on the journal of choice and see if they offer RSS feeds (look for orange tab besides the journal)
- IngentaConnect – Browse by publication titles or subject area and subscribe to RSS feed
- Project MUSE ® RSS Feeds – right-click on the orange tab besides the journal of interest, select copy shortcut and subscribe to RSS feeds
- Sage Journals Online – click on the journal of interest and subscribe to RSS feed
- RSS for Scopus users.
- Engineering Village – Setting up RSS feeds for Compendex and Inspec
- EBSCOhost 2008 updated information
- PubMed RSS Feeds – help on setting up RSS feed