OCLC offers RSS feeds featuring news, events, product updates, system alerts, research, with more topics on the way. You can get the latest headlines delivered to your news reader to make staying informed easier than ever.
OCLC offers news and information customized by news type, service areas and more.
OCLC News and Events
|OCLC News||The latest OCLC news headlines.|
|OCLC Developer Network News||Latest Applications based on OCLC Web Services.|
OCLC Products and Services
|OCLC Products and Services||The latest updates to all OCLC products and services|
|Cataloging and Metadata||News and updates on OCLC Cataloging and Metadata products and services|
|025.431: The Dewey blog||The Dewey blog offers news and views on classification issues, interesting and unusual DDC resources, and a means to provide ongoing feedback to help shape the DDC's future.|
|Digital Collection Management||News and updates on OCLC Digital Collection Management products and services|
|EZproxy Enhancements||Recent enhancements and updates|
|EZproxy Database Configurations||Recent additions and changes to database specific configuration instructions|
|Electronic Collection Management||News and updates on OCLC Electronic Collection Management products and services
|Library Management||News and updates on OCLC Library Management products and services
|Discovery||News and updates on OCLC Discovery products and services|
||News and updates on OCLC Resource Sharing products and services|
|WorldCat||News and updates on OCLC WorldCat|
OCLC Support (English)
|Closed Dates in Authority Records||Lists of authority headings that have been changed to add a death date.|
What is RSS?
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format for distributing information from websites to desktops. A newsreader application accesses the RSS feeds you choose to bring your favorite information sources to you. Numerous newsreaders are available, including freeware, shareware and browser-based options.
How do I add a feed?
If you already have an RSS reader set up, choose a feed by right-clicking on the "XML" icon, and select "Copy Shortcut" (Internet Explorer) or "Copy Link Location" (Firefox), then paste the feed location into the RSS address/URL field of your reader. An alternate method is to click and drag the XML icon, and drop it into the RSS address/URL field. You may also need to click a "subscribe" link to finish the subscription process.
If you experience any problems reading any of our feeds, please let us know!