RSS feeds available at the Library of Congress
April 15, 2008 at 3:55 PM
The Library of Congress has recently started offering RSS feeds and email alerts for a variety of services they offer. Among these are news events or notices from the Copyright Office and new developments in international law. To subscribe to a RSS feed you will need a RSS reader. The librarians here at Heafey recommend using Google Reader. This program will enable you to check on your subscribed RSS feeds from anywhere you can access the Internet. Google Reader also makes it very easy to add a new feed. If you'd like to add an RSS feed from the Library of Congress page simply click on the "RSS" button next to the title and copy and paste the URL which appears into Google Reader. If you need assistance please speak with a law librarian at the reference desk.