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What is RSS?

With the help of a small XML file provided on the webpage of your choice, current changes and news can automatically be sent to you by subscribing to an RSS reader (RSS stands for “rich site summary”).

RSS feeds save time as you can subscribe to numerous news pages and their corresponding website can be accessed if desired. As opposed to “newsletters”, you are not required to provide your e-mail address and you only receive requested information (no spam mails, no viruses)!

You will need an RSS Newsreader with which you can subscribe to and read feeds. This RSS Newsreader will then regularly read your subscribed feeds and notify you with new messages within the feed. The RSS Newsreader is available for many user systems. We recommend Feedreader for Windows (Freeware). More recent browsers, such as Firefox or Mozilla Thunderbird, already have an integrated reader.

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subscribe to news via RSS

You can keep up with current news from the library by either clicking the following link or subscribing to an RSS feed. Simply copy the URL you want into your RSS Newsreader (see below, right):

RSS : Neues aus der Bibliothek

2015 =
News from eBib (databases, eJournals, eBooks), changes in library hours, service department notifications (book loans, interlibrary loans, catalogs), announcements regarding system maintenance.... etc.
Archives: 2008/09, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
(The content in the feed can also be found in our newsletter.)

RSS : Neue Titel in der Lehrbuchsammlung

2015 =
Recent additions to the text book collection at the main campus library
Archives: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014