Lately, though, I’ve found some great feeds/feed sources that I want to write about, in order to use them in my job.
Hubmed: Get a feed for a search of the Pubmed database. Searches can be on topics, authors, or journal names. I like the journal name search in particular, because I suspect it would allow libraries to highlight the findings coming out of our more expensive library resources.
Encyclopedia Britannica: They have a feed called “this day in history“. Again, could be cool to use this to display content on a library website.
Oxford University Press online journals all have RSS feeds! Find feeds on each journal’s page. All their online journals are here.
New items in the Tri-College Libraries. You can modify this feed in a variety of ways – subject (broadly defined by LC call numbers), material type, and location (Bryn Mawr, Haverford, Swarthmore, or combined Quaker collections.)
That’s all for now.