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SARA: Scholarly Articles Research Alerting - from Taylor & Francis

:: Taylor & Francis has revised its alert service, SARA - Scholarly Articles Research Alerting:

Taylor & Francis currently publishes over 950 academic peer-reviewed journals across a variety of disciplines. In response to the changing needs of the academic community, we are using the Internet actively to disseminate information about journals in advance of publication.

SARA - Scholarly Articles Research Alerting - is a service designed to deliver by email, tables of contents for any issue of Psychology Press, Routledge, or Taylor & Francis journals to anyone who has requested the information. This service is completely free of charge and you can select to receive alerts by keyword, title, sub-category or *main category.

What seems to be missing from the service are RSS feeds. :-( What is taking publishers so long to offer RSS feeds for tables-of-contents, publisher news and press releases, etc.?

Comments

Randy, I can't agree more with you on this. You may want to see the con and pro argument going on using RSS in biz, and marketing in my post http://rafaelsidi.blogspot.com/2005/02/marketers-and-publishers-with-no-rss.html

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