Receive the RSS for CORR directly on your desktop or handheld.
CORR RSS Feed
What is RSS?
RSS is a convenient way to get news and information from various sources gathered at one place, without having to visit each individual website.
For CORR this means we'll be delivering the latest articles right to your desktop or handheld.
What do I need to read RSS feeds on my computer?
Feeds can be viewed either online using a site like My Yahoo or by installing a small piece of software.
We've listed some popular choices for RSS reading at the bottom of Springer's RSS web page.
How do I add a feed to my reader?
This procedure depends on your reader but in general:
- Click on the icon of the RSS feed that interests you.
- Copy the URL of the page that opens.
- Open up your newsreader software and paste that URL into the appropriate place. For example, in FeedReader software, click New and a window will open. Paste the RSS URL into the box. Click Next, and then click Finish.
- The new feed will appear under "My Feeds".
- Click on any headline, and the story will appear in FeedReader's built-in browser in the lower right window of the application.
- Just repeat this procedure for any other feeds you want to include in your reader.
Can I add CORR's RSS to my own website?
Yes, this is possible using our RSS feed. You can process the xml file directly or use a free service like the ones listed on the right of Springer's RSS web page.