What is RSS
By using RSS (Really Simple Syndication) with Duke Databases you can receive automatic updates on articles, authors, journals, search results and citations. Instead of taking the time to go to a journal and check to see if it’s been updated, RSS allows the content to be sent to you the moment that the journal is updated with new content.
Here is a list of Duke databases that support RSS feeds.
All you need to get started is an RSS Reader and an RSS Feed.
Some popular RSS readers are:
Subscribing to an RSS Feed
From search results, a journal or book home page, a topic alert archive, cited by results, a browse page, or an article page, click this logo to subscribe to the feed:
Do one of the following:
The RSS feed will automatically be added to your reader. Your RSS Reader will retrieve the latest articles that match your RSS feed request.
Looking for RSS feeds in a particular discipline? Check out RSS Feeds for Genome Sciences.
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