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*#* Click to subscribe to the feed by email. The link takes you to a web form asking for your email address and a captcha solution. Once confirmed, you'll receive one neatly-formatted email per day containing all the day's feed items.  
 
*#* Click to subscribe to the feed by email. The link takes you to a web form asking for your email address and a captcha solution. Once confirmed, you'll receive one neatly-formatted email per day containing all the day's feed items.  
 
*#* Generated from the RSS feed by [http://feedburner.google.com/ Feedburner].
 
*#* Generated from the RSS feed by [http://feedburner.google.com/ Feedburner].
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*#* If you subscribe to the email feed, and one day the emails stop arriving in your inbox, check your spam filter. Most email feed subscribers don't have this problem, but some do.
 
*# Twitter version = [https://twitter.com/oatp https://twitter.com/oatp]  
 
*# Twitter version = [https://twitter.com/oatp https://twitter.com/oatp]  
 
*#* Generated from the RSS feed by [https://ifttt.com/ IFTTT].
 
*#* Generated from the RSS feed by [https://ifttt.com/ IFTTT].

Revision as of 19:45, 19 November 2017

Harvard Open Access Project (HOAP) » Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » feeds

Versions of the primary project feed

The primary project feed contains new OA-related developments noticed and tagged by project participants.

Versions of the secondary project feeds

The secondary project feeds cover OA subtopics. OATP supports a large and growing series of subtopic tags, each of which generates a feed.

  • For customized versions of these feeds which filter the project feed (e.g. to remove certain subtopics) or combine it with other feeds, see the section of the TagTeam manual on remix feeds.