RSS web feeds: stay up-to-date without re-visiting the site
Avoid information overload by subscribing to one of our RSS web feeds
Journal RSS web feed
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Stay notified of the latest updates and new resources on British History Online
automatically. Beat information overload and see news from BHO at a time of your
choice and all in one place with our Journal news feed. It includes:
- new publications
- forthcoming resources
- new tools and functions
- new partnerships
New publications RSS web feed
to new publications list
All-publication RSS web feed
the full publications list
Keep your catalogues, directories and other lists of resources up-to-date with our
publication feed containing a full list of all our publications in launch date order.
- bibliographic details for our complete set of resources, suitable for easy importing
- descriptions of the resource
- stable and permanent URLs for linking.
About RSS web feeds
RSS (really simple syndication) is a popular way of sharing information on the web.
By 'subscribing' to a feed on one of your favourite websites, you can automatically
receive the latest news and updates without having to re-visit the website. RSS
can bring the headlines of new content directly to your own computer, so you can
quickly find all the articles that interest you from across the web.
You'll need a news 'reader' or 'aggregator' which is a piece of software that automatically
checks for updates on your selected feeds and notifies you. News readers are available
in several forms:
- some web browsers such as Firefox, Opera and Safari incorporate a news reader facility,
and will automatically check a website for a RSS feed for you
- readers such as FeedDemon (for Windows) and Newsfire (Macintosh) can be downloaded
and installed as freestanding applications on your own computer
- there are also web-based readers on which you can create a personal account, such
as Google Reader
This RSS service is a means by which British History Online offers feeds of journal
headlines and publications in XML format to visitors to the British History Online
websites who use RSS readers.
The use of the RSS service is also subject to the terms and conditions of the British
Copyright in the feeds is owned by the University of London and History of Parliament
RSS is a free service offered by British History Online to individuals for personal,
non-commercial use. Any other uses, including without limitation the incorporation
of advertising into or the placement of advertising associated with or targeted
towards the RSS content, are strictly prohibited. You must use the RSS feeds as
provided by British History Online, and you may not edit or modify the text, content
or links supplied by British History Online.
You may not charge or receive any payment (including payment in kind) for enabling
access to this RSS service.
You agree not to associate any RSS feeds with any content that might harm the reputation
of British History Online, The University of London or the History of Parliament
Trust, and its partners. This specifically includes, but is not limited to, content
that promotes, facilitates or encourages plagiarism.
Requests to republish, redistribute or syndicate content from the feeds should be
submitted via the feedback form
The RSS service may be used only with those platforms from which a functional link
is made available that, when accessed, takes the viewer directly to the display
of the full article on the British History Online website.
You agree not to frame or otherwise control the browser window (if any) in which
British History Online content opens, including limiting the size or position of
You may not display the RSS content in a manner that does not permit successful
linking to, redirection to or delivery of the applicable British History Online
website page. You may not insert any intermediate page or other content between
the RSS link and the applicable British History Online web page.
British History Online retains all ownership and other rights in the RSS content,
and any and all British History Online logos and trademarks used in connection with
the RSS Service. You must provide attribution to the appropriate British History
Online website in connection with your use of the RSS feeds. If you provide this
attribution using a graphic, you must use the appropriate British History Online
website logo that we have incorporated into the RSS feed.
British History Online reserves the right to discontinue providing any or all of
the RSS feeds at any time and to require you to cease displaying, distributing or
otherwise using any or all of the RSS feeds for any reason including, without limitation,
your violation of any provision of these terms. British History Online assumes no
liability for any of your activities in connection with the RSS feeds or for your
use of the RSS feeds in connection with your website.
Open Archives Initiative (OAI) Interface
British History Online is OAI compliant. The OAI interface can be found at http://british-history.ac.uk/oai/oai.aspx
For instance the URL http://british-history.ac.uk/oai/oai.aspx?verb=Identify will provide
identification information on the archive.
If you have any queries or comments on this service, please send them via the feedback form.