Rich Site Services


Karen J. Bannan, "RSS: Lo-Fi Content Syndication," EContent 25 No. 1 (January 2002): 30-33.

Stephen Bell, Using An "Aggregator" To Capture RSS Feeds: A Technology For Keeping Up-To-Date [Tutorial] (Philadelphia: Stephen Bell, n.d.).

Stephen J. Bell, "RSS and News Aggregators: What Do You Really Need To Know To Keep Up?," Ex Libris: An E-Zine for Librarians and Information Junkies No. 189 (September 5, 2003).

Jessica Baumgart, "An Introduction to RSS Feeds," News Library News 26 no. 2 (Winter 2004): 1, 14-16.

Robert Berkman, " Which RSS Reader Offers the Most for Battling Information Overload?," The Information Advisor 16 no. 12 (December 2004): 1-5.

Zeki Çelikbaş, "What is RSS and How Can It Serve Libraries?", in Mesut Yalvaç and Sevinç Gülseçen (eds.), First International Conference on Innovations in Learning for the Future: e-Learning Proceedings. Istanbul: Istanbul University, 2004, pp. 277-292.

Steven M. Cohen, "RSS for Non-Technie Librarians," LLRX(r).com, (June 2002).

Steven M. Cohen, "Using RSS: An Explanation and Guide," Information Outlook 6 no. 12 (December 2002): 6-8, 10.

Stephen Downes, How to Create an RSS Feed with Notepad, A Web Server, and a Beer [Tutorial] (Stephen's Web, 2003).

Monica Duke, "Delivering OAI Records as RSS: An IMesh Toolkit Module for Facilitating Resource Sharing," Ariadne No. 37 (October 2003).

Amy Gahran, "What are Webfeeds (RSS), and Why You Should Care?," [Tutorial] Contentious: News and Musings on How We Communicate in the Online Age, October 2003.

Ben Hammersley, Content Syndication with RSS. Beijing : Farnham: O'Reilly, 2003.

James R. Jacobs, "RSS: It's Only XML But I Like It," DttP: Documents to the People 32 No. 2 (Summer 2004): 10-11.

Andrew B. King, "Evolution of RSS,", undated.

Andrew B. King, "Introduction to RSS,", undated.

Jenny Levine, "Unleashing the Power of RSS," Preconference workshop presentation delivered at Computers in Libraries 2004, March 11, 2004, Hilton Washington, Washington, D.C.

Jim Lynch, "RSS Readers: Bringing the World to Your Desktop," ExtremeTech(tm), August 22, 2003.

Jenny Levine and Steven M. Cohen, "Increasing Information and Knowledge Exchange with RSS," Powerpoint presentation delivered at Internet Librarian 2003, November 4, 2003, Monterey Convention Center, Monterey, California.

Roddy MacLeod, "RSS: Less Hype, More Action," FreePint No. 161 (June 2004): 7-10.

Roddy MacLeod, "RSS - Not Just for Technies," Informed Librarian Online (February 2004).

Ray Matthews, RSS Workshop: Publish and Syndicate Your News to the Web [Tutorial]. (Salt Like City: Utah State Library Division, Government Information Locator Service, [2004]).

David Mattison, "So You Want to Start a Syndicated Revolution: RSS News Blogging for Searchers," Searcher 11 no. 2 (February 2003): 38-48.

Gerry McKiernan, "Rich Site Services: Web Feeds for Extended Information and Library Services," LLRX (September 20, 2004).

Gerry McKiernan, "Seize the Feed: Content Syndication for Enhanced Governmental Information Services." PowerPoint presentation delivered the Federal Library and Information Center Committee, Content Management Working Group, Brown Bag Session, October 18, 2004, Library of Congress, Madison Building, Washington, D.C.

Paul Miller, "Syndicated Content: It's More Than Just Some File Formats," Ariadne No. 35 (March-April 2003).

Ron Miller, "Can RSS Relieve Information Overload?," EContent 27 No. 3 (March 2004): 20-24.

Malcolm Moffat, RSS - A Primer for Publishers & Content Providers [Tutorial]. Version 1.00. (Edinburgh: EEVL, August 2003).

Molly Montgomery, "RSS Tutorial," Lone Star Librarian 56 no. 2 (December 2003): 1-6.

Mark Nottingham, RSS Tutorial for Content Publishers and Webmasters . Version 0.83 (Mark Nottingham, May 22, 2004).

Robin Peek, "Focus on Publishing: The New Content Syndication," Information Today 20 No. 10 (October? / November-December? 2003): 17-18.

Will Richardson, "Blogging and RSS: The 'What's It?' and 'How To' of Powerful New Web Tools for Educators," Multimedia & Internet@Schools 11 No.1 (January-February 2004): 10-13.

Peter Scott, "RSS Compendium," undated.

Bob Stepno, "News on Demand," PC World 22 No. 7 (July 2004): 149-152[?].

Robert Teeter, "RSS: What It Is, Where to Get It, How to Make It, How to Use It," (Robert Teeter, June 4, 2004).

Roy Tennant, "Feed Your Head: Keeping Up by Using RSS," Library Journal 128 No. 9 (May 15, 2003): 30.

Teri M. Vogel and Doug Goans, "Untangling Blogs & RSS," Presentation delivered at a meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the Special Libraries Association, May 11, 2004, Georgia State University Library, Atlanta, Georgia.

Judith Wusteman, "RSS: The Latest Feed," Library Hi Tech 22 no. 4 (2004): 404-413.

Marcus P. Zillman, Bots, Blogs & News Aggregators: A White Paper Link Compilation (Marco Island, Florida: Marcus P. Zillman, August 13 2004).

RSS(sm): Rich Site Services is a categorized registry of library services that are delivered or provided through RSS/XML, Atom, or other types of Web feeds. RSS is an initialism for RDF Site Summary / Rich Site Summary / Really Simple Syndication. In general, for each entry, the home institution library is listed, as is a hotlinked entry for the item. When available, a link to the feed, or an associated information page, is provided.

RSS(sm) is compiled and maintained by Gerry McKiernan, Science and Technology Librarian and Bibliographer, Science and Technology Department, Iowa State University Library. Ames, IA 50011.

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