Staying current with ISU Library
Subscribe to our RSS feeds to stay up-to date with Library collections
RSS allows you to "subscribe" to the Library's content, so you can be automatically informed whenever we add new items to our collections.
New items for all subjects in one feed
New items for space policy and law
New items for earth observation, GIS and GPS
New items for telecommunications
New items for space engineering
New items for business and management
New items for commerce in space, newspace
New items for human performance in space
New items for space sciences
ASAP - Library Current Awareness Service
ASAP (Alert Service for Academic Publications) is a curated alert service proposed by the Library to keep you informed of recently published academic and scientific literature about subjects relevant to the University's curriculum. This service is publicly available. You will receive an email notification every 2-3 weeks.
Space policy and law
Space business and management
Human performance in space
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a convenient way to keep up with new content on your favorite website or email reader. Instead of having to click through the various sections of a website to see what's new, you can have that information pushed directly to your computer!
Without going into a lot of technical detail, RSS is an application of XML (eXtensible Markup Language). An item in an RSS feed usually contains a headline, an excerpt of the story, and a link to the full story.
To take advantage of the convenience of RSS, you'll need a newsreader or aggregator (such as Inoreader, Netvibes, Feedly) to collect, organize, and display all your feeds. Most web browsers and email readers now offer offer integrated feed readers.
Once you've found a newsreader that you're comfortable using; you're ready to go! To subscribe to our feeds, click on any of the links on this page, copy and paste the URL (as directed) into your newsreader.
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