H1N1 (Swine Flu) Resources

Many resources are available to keep abreast of the H1N1 virus. The JRL library is compiling these bookmarks/resources on their JRL Del.iciou.us account. Add the RSS feed to your reader.

On the CDC website, you can register for updates via email or subscribe to RSS feeds to stay abreast of emerging information. 
For Specific Information: http://www.cdc.gov/swineflu/investigation.htm
For General Information: http://www.cdc.gov/swineflu

SAGE Publications TOC RSS Feeds

SAGE Publications has announced that all of its journals now offer tables of contents RSS feeds on the SAGE Journals Online platform. The roll out of this new feature ensures SAGE remains at the forefront of electronic publishing by offering the most flexible routes to the online content of the company’s 400+ journals. SAGE Journals Online already provides advanced alerting services with tables of contents, keyword, author and citation alerts available alongside the new RSS option.

Source: RSS Compendium Blog

RSS Feeds for APA Journals

To subscribe to APA.org RSS feeds, you must have an online or desktop RSS news reader installed on your computer. When new content is published to an RSS-enabled page, it is automatically sent to your RSS reader without requiring you to revisit the page.
View All APA’s RSS Feeds

Journals of interest: Families, Systems, & Health; Journal of Personality and Social Psychology; Journal of Applied Psychology; Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology;

Pleae note: Free Fulltext access won’t be directly available from the APA website, unless you want to purchase the article. Students and Faculty should check the Uconn Libraries Databases, Citation Linker(SFX) or Ejournal locator from the libraries home page or from Home Access via VPN to search for the fulltext of the article using the citation information that you are given.

EBSCOhost offers RSS feeds

EBSCO now offers the option to create RSS feeds for search and journal alerts. However, its a tedious process to generate and save these feeds. Here are the steps below:

1. Login to you My EBSCOhost account, or register for one if you don’t already have one.
2. Do a search on your topic and click the Search History/Alerts tab
3. Follow the steps like you’re creating an e-mail search alert.
4. When you get to the Email Options, you select No e-mail (RSS only) so that when you save the alert, you get the RSS feed URL to add to your own reader.
5. It’s the same procedure for creating a journal alert, you can’t get the feed until you’ve signed in to My EBSCOhost.

Maybe in the next upgrade EBSCO will make it easier to capture an RSS feed directly off the search results page.

UCONN Database: EBSCOhost