RSS Feeds

The Research Catalogue supports RSS feeds either for all public research or for public research of a specific portal. Use the select box below to generate a url, which can be used to fetch or link to the RSS file.


Link to the RSS feed with a standard link

A standard HTML link is the easiest way to link to a RSS file. The link can be a simple text link, such as:

     <a href="https://www.researchcatalogue.net/feed">RC Feed</a>

You can also use use a feed icon along with or as your link. Free feed icons are available from sites such as iconfinder.com. Feed icons can be integrated into your link in the same way as standard images:

     <a href="https://www.researchcatalogue.net/feed"><img
        src="http://url.to.feed.icon" alt="RC Feed"/></a>


Add Feed to HTML

Many modern browsers detect RSS feeds and allow users to subscribe to them. An additional tag in your HTML link will enable feed detection:

     <link href="https://www.researchcatalogue.net/feed" rel="alternate"
        type="application/rss+xml" title="RC Feed"/a>

This will enable the web browser to show the feed and provide a link to it. For example, if activated, Firefox will display an rss icon in the navigation toolbar.


Parse Feed and customize output

Once it is parsed, the RSS feed can also be fully integrated into a web page. It is easiest to use free libraries to parse the feed. For example, in PHP libraries that can be used include SimplePie, Last RSS or PHP Universal Feed Parser. To use any of those libraries, you will need basic PHP, HTML and CSS skills. Good luck!


Feed structure

The xml structure of the feed follows general RSS specifications. The structure and possible values for the research entries are described below:

Tag Description Example
title The title of a research. RESEARCH CATALOGUE TUTORIAL
link The link to the presentation view of a research. https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/13747/13748
author The creator name of the research. John Doe
description The abstract of a research. This exposition contains instructions and support for the use of the Research Catalogue.
pubDate The publish date of a research. For not published researches the field contains the last modification date. Wed, 03 Jul 2013
publishedIn The portal names (multiple possible) in which a research was published. For not published researches the field is empty. <portal>Journal for Artistic Research</portal>
status The current status of the research. Possbile values are: progress, review, published, republish. published
enclosure The preview media file of the research. Empty if no media file was specified. Possible values for the type attribute: image/*, video/mp4, audio/mpeg, application/pdf. <enclosure url="https://www.researchcatalogue.net/rc/images/comments.png" type="image/jpeg"></enclosure>



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Portals The research catalogue serves:
Journal for Artistic Research
a peer-reviewed international journal for all art disciplines
KC Research Portal
Research Portal of the Royal Conservatoire, The Hague
Norwegian Artistic Research Programme
The portal of the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme
Ruukku
Taiteellisen tutkimuksen kausijulkaisu / Studies in Artistic Research
University of Applied Arts Vienna
RC portal of the University of Applied Arts Vienna
Journal of Sonic Studies
A peer-reviewed, international journal on sound studies and auditory culture
Academy of Creative and Performing Arts
Portal of the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts, Leiden University
SHAPE - Artistic Research and Institutional Impact
SHAPE aims to describe the impact of artistic research within specific frameworks.
Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design, University of Bergen
Portal of Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design
Polifonia
Polifonia
Codarts
Portal of Codarts, University of the Arts, Rotterdam
Stockholm University of the Arts
Stockholm University of the Arts (Uniarts) provides education and conducts research in the fields of choreography, film & media, opera and performing arts.
University of the Arts Helsinki
University of the Arts Helsinki was launched in 2013 upon the merging of the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Sibelius Academy, and Theatre Academy Helsinki.
Norwegian Academy of Music
A leading artistic and academic university college with over 600 students