How To » Lane Cool Tools » Syndicated Information Feeds
Stay informed with syndicated alert content (indicated by this symbol: ) that can be easily accessed via
- browsers such as Internet Explorer or Safari
- email clients such as Outlook or Thunderbird
- feed readers & aggregators such as Google Reader or Bloglines
- personal Web pages such as iGoogle (see How to »)
Essentially Lane syndicated feeds are XML lists of links that can be brought together in one display for easy browsing allowing you to keep abreast of selected updated information. The feeds use RSS or Really Simple Syndication an XML-based format for content distribution. RSS feed information is typically in the form of an updated list, such as a list of news headlines or a list of blog entries, e.g. Read more about RSS
Grand Round Videos
A list of Emergency Medicine's videotaped grand rounds and seminars, updated as soon as they are available.
A list of Department of Medicine's videotaped grand rounds, updated as soon as they are available.
A list of Otolaryngology Department's videotaped grand rounds, updated as soon as they are available.
A list of Pediatric Department's videotaped grand rounds, updated as soon as they are available.
Research & Publication
Once logged into DocXpress, you can access the notification feed alerting you when the documents you ordered are ready. The feed is available on the login and the Notification (left menu option) pages.
A list of the ten most viewed full text articles from Lane's FindIt@Stanford. More information.
Lists the most recent PubMed articles published by Stanford affiliated authors.