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Journal alerts

How do I set up an article alert for a journal title?
Last Updated: Jul 02, 2014  |  99 Views

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  1. Look up the title in EResources: Find E-Journals.
    Databases that have full text of the journal will be displayed.
  2. If a journal title is available from its publisher, choose that database.
  3. If not, choose a database that includes the current year. If possible, choose one recommended below.
  4. In the chosen database, look for a link to set up an alert.

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Alternatively, TOCs Journal Tables of Contents Service provides an RSS platform or lets you export to other RSS readers. (Use with LibX)

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