Keep up-to-date by receiving notices of articles as they are published. Many databases offer an "alert" service in your chosen area of research. Once alerts are established you will receive regular information via email or RSS Feeds.Table of Contents (ToC) Alerts
Receive the Table of Contents of each issue of your favourite journals as they are published.Saved Search Alerts
Create a specific search using your own keywords. This is run at regular intervals with the results emailed to you.Citation Alerts
Be notified when an article of your choosing has been cited by a new article.
Databases offering alerts usually require you to become a registered user. This is a free one-off process completed on the database homepage and commonly involves creating a user name and password. Users need to be logged into the database to set up alerts.
Below is a sample of relevant databases in which you can create alerts. There are many more available, depending on your field of research.