January 20, 2005
Table of Contents RSS Feeds
John Doyle (Washington and Lee University Law Library) comes to the rescue again! John has compiled a list of law journal table of contents RSS feeds for the current issues of 123 commercial journal.
John explains the value of this service in his post:
"The main advantage to reading tables-of-contents information via a feed reader is that the software takes care of which journals have been looked at and will automatically download any new issues as they become available. Other advantages include the ability to search for words in the article titles of all the journals, the display of article abstracts (if available at the publisher's site), and possibly a link to the full-text if licensing permits."
For instruction on installing a feed reader, and importing his list, see John's guide.
Create Your Own Journal Feed. If you want to creat your own feed for a journal, John has made the process idiot proof. Follow the link in his post entitled RSS Feeds for Law Journals.
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