Information on RSS feeds

By using the links listed below, you have the possibility to subscribe to different RSS feeds for the entire contents or for single collections.

RSS (an acronym for Really Simple Syndication) is a technique that offers you a quick and easy way to become aware of frequently updated contents of a website without having to inspect the website itself. The so-called RSS feeds can be subscribed by using an appropriate software (called RSS reader or feed reader). The RSS reader regularly checks your subscribed feeds for new content. Integrated tools for monitoring and reading RSS feeds are standard features of all current web browsers.

For further information on RSS feeds, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS.


RSS feed for the entire contents

RSS feed for the entire contents


RSS feeds for single collections

15th century Swiss prints

16th century Swiss prints

17th century Swiss prints

18th century Swiss prints

19th century Swiss prints

Alchemy, Magic and Kabbalah (Foundation of the Works of C.G.Jung)

Illustrated works on anatomy (BPU Neuchâtel)

18th and 19th century Bernensia (UB Bern)

Bibleikon (Bibliothèque des Pasteurs)

The Library of the Naturforschende Gesellschaft Zürich

17th century Italian poetry and prose (Biblioteca Salita dei Frati)

Maps

Rheinau Monastery

Miscellaneous

Swiss children’s books and books for young people (SIKJM)

18th and 19th century editions printed in Ticino (Biblioteca Salita dei Frati)

Vitruviana (Bibliothek Werner Oechslin)

Works on birds (BPU Neuchâtel)

Works of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Bibliothèque de Genève)

Historical scientific literature (ETH-Bibliothek)