Libertas Upgrades Journal RSS Service for Readers

Posted Sun, Mar, 10,2013

As people become more and more time poor the option to spend time searching through websites for interesting content becomes a luxury. RSS feeds allow you to stay informed by automatically retrieving and streaming appealing material.

Libertas RSS feeds have been updated to RSS1.0 to ensure that subscribers can easily access information that interests them. Retrieving, transmitting and sharing data becomes a breeze with the new syndicated format. With extensibility, RSS 1.0 and the Dublin Core Module can now include titles, creators, dates as well as abstracts helping you cut through the noise of the web and find attractive articles.

Libertas Academica offers RSS feeds for all journals. To keep up to date with what interests you subscribe via this link


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