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Identify a journal to which you hope to find an RSS feed either by looking it up by name, or browsing the ejournals by subject
Once you have found a journal to which you hope to find an RSS feed, look at the content links that are available:
If one of these content links matches another of the tabs in this guide, then there is a means of obtaining an RSS feed to that journal, click that link. If the content links provided do not match any of these, try the links that are available and follow the instructions in the next box for locating an RSS feed; failing that, read the instructions in the box to the left for creating your own RSS feed.
Any journals found through the eJournal portal are ones to which we subscribe.
If you do not see the journal or publisher you are looking for listed here, take a look on their own website (not a content link through a database provider like Ebsco) and look around for either the RSS logo shown on the Home tab of the guide, the words RSS, or XML, and if you find it, click on it, then you ought to be able to subscribe.