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Using New Books Blog at Steacie Library to Understand Academic Community Needs - TRY 2008
Steacie Science & Engineering library started a new books blog in November 2006. This blog was used primarily to inform faculty members and graduate students about new print books acquired by the science library. During ...
Keeping Up With RSS: OLA 2009
Presented at OLA Super Conference in Jan 2009. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds can be used by researchers to keep up with the latest developments in a particular field. They can be used as a tool to gather information ...
Using Online Tools to Engage the Science Community at York University: SLA 2008
York University Libraries are using Web 2.0 tools to identify and promote resources based on the research interests of the scientific community. Some of the tools include, RSS feeds for science research, permanent linking ...
Addressing Student Needs By Offering Customized RSS Feeds: TRY 2007
Using RSS feeds from STM databases to keep on top of current research. These new tools can saves time valuable research time.
RSS Feeds in STM Databases: SLA Biofeedback 2009
(SLA Life Sciences Division, 2009-05)
Role of RSS (Real Simple Syndication) to highlight York University faculty publications using Scopus, Pubmed & Web of Science is discussed in this article.
Web of Science & Scopus – Helping Us Connect & Collect
This talk presents innovative ideas on how academic librarians can follow research and publishing trends at their universities using new web tools that are now available in STM databases.