Category Archives: RSS

August 24th, 2016

Library staff is pleased to announce access to Scopus, a citation database of peer-reviewed literature. What can Scopus do for you? One-stop Search Largest database: 55 million references and growing […]

November 10th, 2008

Make those library databases work for you! Many of the databases to the research literature permit you to save a search that will pull citations, either weekly or monthly (you […]

February 22nd, 2008

Do you feel overwhelmed by the challenge of keeping up with the literature in your field of study or research? This workshop will share several tools that can help you […]

January 4th, 2008

Records from the MadCat catalog will now bear a “Where is this Location” link. This link will take you to a page with information about the holding library. If the […]

November 28th, 2007

Search portal Scitopia.org, was created with the collaboration of 15 professional science & technology societies to search the contents of the digital libraries of the participating societies, government documents from […]

November 1st, 2007

Do you use RSS to keep current with the literature in your field of research or study? If so, you may find the journal feeds collected and organized by library […]

October 19th, 2007

How might you use UW Digital Collections in your teaching and learning? Not only do the digital collections grant you access to primary literature and imagery in many topics and […]

August 1st, 2007

RSS or “Really Simple Syndication,” is an XML format for sharing syndicated information—generally, frequently-changing information—on the Web. RSS enables you to monitor Websites for new information without needing to visit […]