Keeping up to date with developments in your area of practice is quite a challenge. A staggering amount of information is published every day both in print and in online formats. Alerts notify you by email or RSS feed of update that matches the search terms you have specified. We can help create these Alerts so you can stay abreast of current research in your topic and can be delivered directly to you.
RSS is a type of web feed that allows users and applications to receive regular updates from a website or blog of their choice. The acronym RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary. It is sometimes referred to as the feed or RSS feed. The easiest way to tell if a site has RSS feeds is to look for the icon: or .
See the type of RSS updates available via the links below:
Table of Contents (eTOCs) alert service will send you contents from new journals as they are published. Most journals provide an eTOCs service. If you would like assistance with setting us up contact us.
Search alerts, frequently known as Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI), allow you to save your search terms and be alerted by email or RSS when new articles matching your criteria are added to a database. Most of the library databases can be set up to run these alerts. This type of service can increase current awareness and may have a positive impact on efficiency and productivity. Please contact the Library staff for further information.
Here are the steps to set up a search alert in Google Scholar:
Go to Google Scholar and perform a search for your topic. Learn search tips for Google Scholar.
Locate the Create Alert icon. ...
You will then see options for your alert. ...
Enter your email address in the Email box. ...
Click Create Alert.