Many scholarly journals provide their table of contents or pre-print articles via RSS, often including complete article citations and links to abstracts. Furthermore, resources like Science Direct, PubMed/Medline, CINAHL, and OVID also offer topic alerts via RSS. But if you can receive the same information by e-mail, why would you use RSS?
Archive for September, 2009
CrossFire databases (including Beilstein) will be replaced by Reaxys. To retain Beilstein, you must migrate to Reaxys, Elsevier’s new web-based chemistry database. Reaxys’s trial version is available to the campus.